to move up or to move out?

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    to move up or to move out?

    if we cannot move up to get embiid... then we should move out and get love. 


    6th pick, sully, bogans, anthony, bradley and 2016 celts 1strd pick for kevin loves

     
  2. You have chosen to ignore posts from fishers5. Show fishers5's posts

    Re: to move up or to move out?

    What do you have left??  Rondo goes after this year and besides Oly and Love , bunch of subs ..



    Always Right.....at least in my mind

     
  3. You have chosen to ignore posts from kaktug. Show kaktug's posts

    Re: to move up or to move out?

    Or...trade the 6 to the suns for the 14 and 27. With 14, 17, and 27 we end up with some combination of nurkic, hood, McDermott, Capela, ennis, Napier, Hairston, robinson III. 

     
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    Re: to move up or to move out?

    In response to kaktug's comment:


    Or...trade the 6 to the suns for the 14 and 27. With 14, 17, and 27 we end up with some combination of nurkic, hood, McDermott, Capela, ennis, Napier, Hairston, robinson III. 




    I think that's a reasonable plan. I would maybe want a little more from the Suns. A No. 6 pick is substantially better than a 14th pick, and a 27th pick generally isn't worth a whole lot. Maybe make it the No. 6 for the No. 14, the Suns second round pick, and next year's first round Phoenix pick (top-5 protected). The Suns would probably be picking around 17 next year.

     
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    Re: to move up or to move out?

    Almost no way to move up....because those teams also want a top player now. 


    No one from the Celtics and no journalist has mentioned moving up, there's no realistic way to make that work. 


    The options involve: 


    - drafting the sixth pick and developing him


    or 


    - packaging the sixth pick with other asset and players and trading for a veteran like Love - similar to the deal you proposed, though it's hard to imagine Minnesota being too excited about the pu pu platter you mentioned.


    There are variations on these two options but those are the two main roads we have to travel on. Moving up isn't an option.


    The key is that the trade options involve teams who DON'T have a good pick who want to trade a veteran and get younger. 


    None of the teams who have a shot at embid fit that description.


    No one is going to say, "Great, we can trade our top pick in the draft for your number six and Brandon Bass and Jeff Green?"

     
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    Re: to move up or to move out?

    Belichick would trade that pick 6 for four third round value picks.

     
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    Re: to move up or to move out?

    Stay put. I think picks 4 through 8 are all about same talent and draft best fit.

     
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    Re: to move up or to move out?

    I think 4-6 are as good as 1-3.  But if Phoenix wants to send 14 and 27 for 6?  I'd jump all over that.  At 14 you can get a steal in James Young.  At 17 you get a SF in Warren, in case someone makes a strong offer for Jeff Green.  And at 27, Capela or Napier would be fantastic. 

     

     
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    Re: to move up or to move out?

    I read somewhere that Utah might end up trading their pick for a veteran. Do we have anyone of their interest?

     
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    Re: to move up or to move out?

    They either need to trade the pick for Love or an established player or, failing that, trade Rondo and compile more assets. 



     
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    Re: to move up or to move out?

    F Kevin Love.

    He isn't that good.

     
  12. You have chosen to ignore posts from CeltsFanInNH. Show CeltsFanInNH's posts

    Re: to move up or to move out?

    In response to MitchUnderpants' comment:
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    I think 4-6 are as good as 1-3.  But if Phoenix wants to send 14 and 27 for 6?  I'd jump all over that.  At 14 you can get a steal in James Young.  At 17 you get a SF in Warren, in case someone makes a strong offer for Jeff Green.  And at 27, Capela or Napier would be fantastic. 

     

    [/QUOTE]

    I don't Danny put the team in position he did this year to swap a #6 pick for a #14 and a 27. 

     
  13. You have chosen to ignore posts from cabutan. Show cabutan's posts

    Re: to move up or to move out?

    In response to chris33's comment:
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    F Kevin Love.

    He isn't that good.

    [/QUOTE]

    +1 am with you. Overrated all over.

     
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