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Rondo/Badley

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    Rondo/Badley

    Neither one is a finished product. Bradley just looked lost in the playoffs...at least we know Rondo tends to rise to the occasion.

    We may need to break this up to get a real shooting guard..

     

    http://sports.yahoo.com/news/rajon-rondo-avery-bradley-coexist-boston-celtics-175500381.html

     

     
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    Re: Rondo/Badley

    In response to Ortiz123's comment:

    Neither one is a finished product. Bradley just looked lost in the playoffs...at least we know Rondo tends to rise to the occasion.

    We may need to break this up to get a real shooting guard..

     

    http://sports.yahoo.com/news/rajon-rondo-avery-bradley-coexist-boston-celtics-175500381.html

     Freudian slip?  If we had a good bu point guard and a deadly sg I would be delighted with RR and AV together. Both have matured (AV was exhausted near the end) and both have become better shooters. TW should be a pretty good bu pg/sg/sf when he gets the system down. Along with a DRAFT BIG, KG, PP, JG, BB, JT, JS, SR and maybe CW or Melo.  Should make some real noise in the EAST! a full roster and with our perennial all stars,  we would have leadership and experience at the helm and a place to work from.... Barbosa coming back might be a plus.




     
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