Good Trade. Minimum Impact.

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    Good Trade. Minimum Impact.

    Letting go of an injured non-contributing Barbosa for an active guard that can shoot (and put up some points) is a good trade for the Celtics.

    The problem is that this trade won't provide significant help to improve the team.  As we saw last night against L.A. and in Denver, we just get mutilated inside and without making a move for a Big man or a rebounder that can replace Bass, will not get it done in the playoffs... I'll be surprised if we get past the first round.   

    Looks like Danny is hoping to sign FA with expiring contracts or trades after the season. 

    I'm very disappointed.  We missed a great chance to bring in real young talent with retiring players on their last legs.  Yawn.   

     
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    Re: Good Trade. Minimum Impact.

    In response to Eldunker's comment:

    Letting go of an injured non-contributing Barbosa for an active guard that can shoot (and put up some points) is a good trade for the Celtics.

    The problem is that this trade won't provide significant help to improve the team.  As we saw last night against L.A. and in Denver, we just get mutilated inside and without making a move for a Big man or a rebounder that can replace Bass, will not get it done in the playoffs... I'll be surprised if we get past the first round.   

    Looks like Danny is hoping to sign FA with expiring contracts or trades after the season. 

    I'm very disappointed.  We missed a great chance to bring in real young talent with retiring players on their last legs.  Yawn.   



    Huge fail by Danny Ainge.  He ended the season.

     
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    Re: Good Trade. Minimum Impact.

    We gave up Collins in the Crawford deal

     
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    Re: Good Trade. Minimum Impact.

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    We gave up Collins in the Crawford deal



    Good. 

     
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    Re: Good Trade. Minimum Impact.

    what the heck do we need all these guards for????????????

     
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    Re: Good Trade. Minimum Impact.

    minimum impact?

    i say no impact!

     
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    In response to CHEisCHE's comment:

    minimum impact?

    i say no impact!




    + 1 how many guards can you play at once? The Cs needed a big!

    At least now we will see Melo get some minutes!!

     
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    In response to BCSP's comment:

    In response to CHEisCHE's comment:

     

    minimum impact?

    i say no impact!

     




    + 1 how many guards can you play at once?The Cs needed a big!

     

    At least now we will see Melo get some minutes!!




    A minute and a half like last night??? Let it go he's no good.

     
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    Re: Good Trade. Minimum Impact.

    In response to Eldunker's comment:

    Letting go of an injured non-contributing Barbosa for an active guard that can shoot (and put up some points) is a good trade for the Celtics.

    The problem is that this trade won't provide significant help to improve the team.  As we saw last night against L.A. and in Denver, we just get mutilated inside and without making a move for a Big man or a rebounder that can replace Bass, will not get it done in the playoffs... I'll be surprised if we get past the first round.   

    Looks like Danny is hoping to sign FA with expiring contracts or trades after the season. 

    I'm very disappointed.  We missed a great chance to bring in real young talent with retiring players on their last legs.  Yawn.   





    He's not a good shooter - around 40%....and not good at all from three point range.  Anyone can score points on a bad team.

     
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    Re: Good Trade. Minimum Impact.

    In response to BCSP's comment:

    In response to CHEisCHE's comment:

     

    minimum impact?

    i say no impact!

     




    + 1 how many guards can you play at once?The Cs needed a big!

     

    At least now we will see Melo get some minutes!!




    don't count on it!

     
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    Re: Good Trade. Minimum Impact.

    In response to CHEisCHE's comment:

    minimum impact?

    i say no impact!




    negative impact! lol

     

     
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    Re: Good Trade. Minimum Impact.

    This is what happens when two former nba guards run a franchise ...

     
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    minimum impact?

    i say no impact!

     




     

    negative impact! lol

     



    hehehehe! negative        where is the BIG BAD REBOUNDER?

     
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    Re: Good Trade. Minimum Impact.

    In response to CHEisCHE's comment:

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    In response to CHEisCHE's comment:

     

    minimum impact?

    i say no impact!

     




     

    negative impact! lol

     

     



    hehehehe! negative        where is the BIG BAD REBOUNDER?

     



    Rivers asked for atheletes and he would figure it out, and Danny gave him two. We will see. No he didnt get a rebounder, but still may. I dont know, we will see.

     
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