Nets vs. Celtics

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    Re: Nets vs. Celtics

    Wow, 10 posts in a win vs. the old captain. Even we are tanking...

     
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    Re: Nets vs. Celtics

    Tough win for the Cs last night. Could come back to haunt them. 

     
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    Re: Nets vs. Celtics

    Rondo has clearly worked on his jumpshot. I don't think he's going anywhere, unless him and Danny cannot agree on a deal. My thought has been if Rondo could develop into a consistent jump shooter, he'd be the second best PG in the NBA. Still think so. 3-6 from 3 is very encouraging. 20-55 puts him at 36% right now. Best numbers he's ever put up. He stepped into a deep three last night early in the shot clock, shot it with confidence, and drained it. That REALLY tells me he's been working hard. 

     
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    Re: Nets vs. Celtics

    In response to BiggerThanMyBrady's comment:

    Rondo has clearly worked on his jumpshot. I don't think he's going anywhere, unless him and Danny cannot agree on a deal. My thought has been if Rondo could develop into a consistent jump shooter, he'd be the second best PG in the NBA. Still think so. 3-6 from 3 is very encouraging. 20-55 puts him at 36% right now. Best numbers he's ever put up. He stepped into a deep three last night early in the shot clock, shot it with confidence, and drained it. That REALLY tells me he's been working hard. 




    Rondo scks. He is slow, and he has thrown the ball away 14 times in the last two games.

     
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    In response to chris33's comment:

    In response to BiggerThanMyBrady's comment:

    Rondo has clearly worked on his jumpshot. I don't think he's going anywhere, unless him and Danny cannot agree on a deal. My thought has been if Rondo could develop into a consistent jump shooter, he'd be the second best PG in the NBA. Still think so. 3-6 from 3 is very encouraging. 20-55 puts him at 36% right now. Best numbers he's ever put up. He stepped into a deep three last night early in the shot clock, shot it with confidence, and drained it. That REALLY tells me he's been working hard. 




    Rondo scks. He is slow, and he has thrown the ball away 14 times in the last two games.



    Yeah let's not give him any time to get acclimated to his surroundings at all coming back from an ACL injury. Sounds like a great plan. He should dominate every night. 

     
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    Re: Nets vs. Celtics

    In response to BiggerThanMyBrady's comment:

    In response to chris33's comment:

    In response to BiggerThanMyBrady's comment:

    Rondo has clearly worked on his jumpshot. I don't think he's going anywhere, unless him and Danny cannot agree on a deal. My thought has been if Rondo could develop into a consistent jump shooter, he'd be the second best PG in the NBA. Still think so. 3-6 from 3 is very encouraging. 20-55 puts him at 36% right now. Best numbers he's ever put up. He stepped into a deep three last night early in the shot clock, shot it with confidence, and drained it. That REALLY tells me he's been working hard. 




    Rondo scks. He is slow, and he has thrown the ball away 14 times in the last two games.



    Yeah let's not give him any time to get acclimated to his surroundings at all coming back from an ACL injury. Sounds like a great plan. He should dominate every night. 



    We need to trade Rondo in the offseason.

    He isn't worth a max contract.

     
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    In response to chris33's comment:

    In response to BiggerThanMyBrady's comment:

    In response to chris33's comment:

    In response to BiggerThanMyBrady's comment:

    Rondo has clearly worked on his jumpshot. I don't think he's going anywhere, unless him and Danny cannot agree on a deal. My thought has been if Rondo could develop into a consistent jump shooter, he'd be the second best PG in the NBA. Still think so. 3-6 from 3 is very encouraging. 20-55 puts him at 36% right now. Best numbers he's ever put up. He stepped into a deep three last night early in the shot clock, shot it with confidence, and drained it. That REALLY tells me he's been working hard. 




    Rondo scks. He is slow, and he has thrown the ball away 14 times in the last two games.



    Yeah let's not give him any time to get acclimated to his surroundings at all coming back from an ACL injury. Sounds like a great plan. He should dominate every night. 



    We need to trade Rondo in the offseason.

    He isn't worth a max contract.



    Hence why I said this: "I don't think he's going anywhere, unless him and Danny cannot agree on a deal."

    I don't think Danny will offer him a max contract. If that's what Rondo is looking for then he will have to get that somewhere else. 

     
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    Re: Nets vs. Celtics

    they both want the same thing and will sort it out. process has already begun and will become more evident in due course.

     
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