How do the Celtics Compare Financially to their Peers/Adversaries?

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    Re: How do the Celtics Compare Financially to their Peers/Adversaries?

    Very interesting article.  Thanks for posting it. 

     
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    Re: How do the Celtics Compare Financially to their Peers/Adversaries?

    Mployee8,

    good article.  This is a competely different slant and new set of information.  Thanks for sharing and I agree, the brass want this team to contend....they don't want to start over.  My guess is that they will aim high on the stars in free agency.  But, they'll likely fail because the biggest stars don't want to come to Beantown for many reasons (cold, old, they don't know the Celtic  "tradition" and don't care about it, etc.).   We won't get big names even if the ownership WANTS to spend some money.

     

     

     
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    Re: How do the Celtics Compare Financially to their Peers/Adversaries?

    Tony Allen wanted to start and play starter minutes.  It wasn't a financial decision on his part.  Memphis offered a more substantial role than 8th guy off the bench.

     
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    Re: How do the Celtics Compare Financially to their Peers/Adversaries?

    More Doc Rivers mismanagement of his players..

    TA was a defensive stud and was coming on offensively... on the break and drives to the basket.. Doc should have played him more and made him a bigger part of the team.

    TA said he felt overshadowed by Bostons superstars (Big 3)... "OVERSHADOWED"... this is what happens when a coach drools and pampers only his stars and treats the rest with indifference... its why so many players leave Boston mumbling about how they were treated

     
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    Re: How do the Celtics Compare Financially to their Peers/Adversaries?

    This could have been a good thread had not Fierce jumped in with his monomaniacal Mployee8-bashing, and Karl with his Doc bashing. Can people exercise self-control?  This is really tiresome.

     
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    Re: How do the Celtics Compare Financially to their Peers/Adversaries?

    Fierce --

    Posey was a defendable basketball decision -- DA didn't think he had four years left in him; he's been proven right, and you'd be the first to complain about the wasted cap money tied up in the final two years of his contract.

    TA didn't even give the Celts an opportunity to jump in. 

    Decisions like that are what you pay a GM for, cheap or not.  Just because you have money, doesn't mean you throw it around like Jimmy Buss or James Dolan or that Russian Nets guy.

    I am thankful every day that Wyc and Steve own the Celtics.  Remember Paul Gaston?  John Y. Brown?

    And please, you and Mployee stop this silly McCoy/Hatfield thing you have going on.  It's really tiresome.

     
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    Re: How do the Celtics Compare Financially to their Peers/Adversaries?

    In response to Fierce34's comment:

    James Posey wouldn't have helped the Celtics defend Kobe and shoot open 3s in the 2010 NBA Finals?

     



    Not the way he was playing for NO is 2010.

     
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