Sterling's problems may help the Celtics

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    Sterling's problems may help the Celtics

    With Sterling fighting to hold on to his team, and players threatening not to play for him, this could really help the Celtics.


    Since we own the Clippers first round pick next year.


     

     
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    Re: Sterling's problems may help the Celtics

    there is a chance - but I am more hopeful that the Nets are going to be terrible by the time our unprotected picks roll around...

      
     
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    Re: Sterling's problems may help the Celtics

    In response to BostonTrollSpanker's comment:


    there is a chance - but I am more hopeful that the Nets are going to be terrible by the time our unprotected picks roll around...


      




    Why not both? The Clippers collapse because of Sterling, and KG retires and Pierce leaves the Nets.


     

     
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    Re: Sterling's problems may help the Celtics

    Lopez comes back, takes up cap space, then gets injured in the first two weeks.

     
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    Or better yet he stays healthy and teams score 120 a game on them because his lumbering defense actually makes him a worse player than his brother.

     
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    Re: Sterling's problems may help the Celtics

    In response to chris33's comment:
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    With Sterling fighting to hold on to his team, and players threatening not to play for him, this could really help the Celtics.

    Since we own the Clippers first round pick next year.

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    Sterling will fight and this is about to get very interesting. Let the NBA owners vote. All it will take is a court injunction halting the sale and it will drag on for eons. No civil court will force the sale of a one billion dollar asset without insuring Sterling's due process is allowed.

     

     

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