No Dooling Perhaps Iverson

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    Please Danny NO MORE WASHED UP VETERANS!!!!!

     

    We need to get YOUNGER, not older.

     
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    In response to bgomez's comment:

    Please Danny NO MORE WASHED UP VETERANS!!!!!

     

    We need to get YOUNGER, not older.



    Don't worry it will never happen.  Iverson is older than dirt.

     
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    Please Danny NO MORE WASHED UP VETERANS!!!!!

     

    We need to get YOUNGER, not older.

     



    Don't worry it will never happen.  Iverson is older than dirt.

     

    At This point, Iverson is dirt! No chance of him wearing Green. He is what Rondo looks like in ten years........




     

     
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    In response to concord27's comment:

    In response to bgomez's comment:

     

    Please Danny NO MORE WASHED UP VETERANS!!!!!

     

    We need to get YOUNGER, not older.

     



    Don't worry it will never happen.  Iverson is older than dirt.

     



    Hahaha older than dirt? He's not even a year older than KG.

     
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    NOOOOOOOO!!!!!!!!!!!

     
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    I say give the guy a try-out. That won't cost the team anything.  If he can't cut it anymore, then don't sign him. He will also have to accept a role as a reserve and play for the vet minimum. At least AI is a natural point guard and he was a prolific scorer in his prime. The Celtics often go through dry spells during games and can use someone who can generate instant offense. If Iverson still has game, there's little risk in signing him, particularly, if he comes cheap.

     
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    anybody know what his stats were the last few years?

     
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    FG% has averaged about the same through the years but he really hasn't had any significant playing time after 06--07.......

     
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    can't find stats for after 06-07 with his foreign play.......he's a name only. Ainge should pass

     
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    I don't think that Danny would even consider signing him.  He should have given him a chance a few years when we needed a backup point guard. 

     
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    Iverson was a very decent defender as well as an offensive force.  "Was" is the operative word.  Just because he wants to play doesn't mean anyone else (other  than his agent) wants him to play.  CAn he have something left in the tank?  Possibly, but how much and how would he use it?  Playing on the offensive end only isn't going add much.  He's not going to run the baseline to get open; he's used to having the ball and doing something with it, but receiving the ball as a third or fourth option would not make him happy enough to get the kind of play the Celtics need.

     
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    In response to darrylfries' comment:

    Now, after a year off, Iverson said he is ready to end his career in a more heartening fashion. Knowing that the Celtics will be seeking help, Iverson’s manager, Gary Moore, told the Globe his client would love to come to Boston.

    “I have already spoken to Allen about that and many other opportunities, and of course he would be interested in anywhere in the NBA but Boston is particularly attractive to him,’’ Moore said, “because of Danny Ainge, the organization, and one of the most respected coaches he knows in the business in Doc Rivers.

    “He has the utmost respect for Doc Rivers and the current roster of players. Allen would relish the opportunity to play in that organization.’



    I prefer Dooling ...a real player!

     
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