Fire Ainge!

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    Fire Ainge!

    Not even futuristic trades!

     
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    While it is hard to make judgements about rumors and speculation, If it's true, and the guys that bleed green really want to leave, then Danny is likely the cause.

     
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    Now we're getting to the heart of the problem.  Most of Ainge's thinking is the result of his internalization of getting traded away from the Celtics.  He's never gotten over the fact that he was sent away while the original "Big three" (four counting DJ) stayed. He was the same out of control player in Phoenix that he was in Boston, and how other players felt about him was highlighted when he coached there and Horry threw a towel in his face during a game. Not a great move but it did speak to a lack of respect for Ainge.  While I thought less of Horry at the time, I could appreciate that Ainge did get under everyone's skin.  

    The sooner he's shown the door, the better.  I always wanted Doc to make the personnel decisions as they would likely have been more clear-headed and objective.  When Ainge started in with the "everyone can get traded", he was so obviously speaking of himself.   


    "They don't put Ws and Ls on the paychecks" - Sidney Wicks

     
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    Re: Fire Ainge!

    In response to painter's comment:

    Now we're getting to the heart of the problem.  Most of Ainge's thinking is the result of his internalization of getting traded away from the Celtics.  He's never gotten over the fact that he was sent away while the original "Big three" (four counting DJ) stayed. He was the same out of control player in Phoenix that he was in Boston, and how other players felt about him was highlighted when he coached there and Horry threw a towel in his face during a game. Not a great move but it did speak to a lack of respect for Ainge.  While I thought less of Horry at the time, I could appreciate that Ainge did get under everyone's skin.  

    The sooner he's shown the door, the better.  I always wanted Doc to make the personnel decisions as they would likely have been more clear-headed and objective.  When Ainge started in with the "everyone can get traded", he was so obviously speaking of himself.   


    "They don't put Ws and Ls on the paychecks" - Sidney Wicks




    poppycock

     
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    poppycock

     



    Prove it.

     
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