Re: Nate Robinson
posted at 5/15/2013 12:03 AM EDT
In response to Fierce34's comment:
Unfortunately you're not a GM. So it doesn't matter how many Nates you want because you'll not even get half a Nate.
It's a fact that Boston is not the only team that got rid of Nate.
OKC replaced Nate with a 38-year old Derek Fisher.
GS could've signed Nate for a hair over a million bucks. But we all know GS just let Nate go for nothing, right?
And once Rose returns, don't be surprised if the Bulls let Nate go to give Marquis Teague more playing time.
boy you are dumb. GS has stephen curry and nate would want to play more than the 8 minutes a game that curry does not.
BAFFUSSTON on the other hand, has a rondo, a self-laming-duck of a player who goes lame in key situations- late in games when you need ball handling and heady play- rondo will dry up and blow away as often as he shows up and gets the job done- all because of the FT shooting duh-lemma and the outside shooting vacuum that rivers and ainge have grown into an insufferable roar
so, for us to evacuate nate like he was a threat to team chemistry WAS SOOOOOO STUPID it's incalculable. rondo needs to sit when he sucks in the clutch, late in a close game or when he hits the end of his happy birthday string of lucky shooting playoff games.
but doc and danny did not want a THREAT to rondo around, something that may challenge him out of his aloofness, becuase then rajon may become SAD. i mean seriously, this is how these walking on pins and needles discussions must go in celtics management. i have NEVER in the history of the franchise seen a bigger team wrecker than rondo fostered along lovingly in his growth into a head case.
and what kills me the most- i see rondo's potential that unfortunately has now metasticized into head case. he COULD HAVE HAVE BEEN a perennial MVP candidate, top 10 player in the league if he just learned tho shoot a J as well as rory sparrow did. rory sparrow- the perennial "yesterday's newspaper" of point guards. all rondo needed was just basic all around competency to be great, and he deftly avoided it.