What was the BIGGEST single mistake the Celtics ever made.

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    Re: What was the BIGGEST single mistake the Celtics ever made.

    Pitino, giving up on Billups and Joe Johnson, managing the end of the first big 3 era, salary cap management from like 1992 to 2008, signing Travis Knight to a 5 year deal. 

     
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    Re: What was the BIGGEST single mistake the Celtics ever made.

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    Guess that's why you call yourself "KarlLOST".


    HAHAHA

    [/QUOTE]Guess that's why you're called "FUNGUS."

    HAHAHA

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    You need to have your eyes checked because my username is Fierce34.

     

    Have a little chat with Che then if your panties are bunching up.

    He named it.... you claimed it.

    HAHAHA

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    Re: What was the BIGGEST single mistake the Celtics ever made.

    I agree with Pitino:

    But am still upset they let TA go:

     
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    What do you think JT would say if asked to name the single biggest mistake he made in the past year?

    Thats going to go over really well in the Nets locker room!

     
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    Re: What was the BIGGEST single mistake the Celtics ever made.

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    Was reading a thing about the Lakers and their big clangers. They got DH for nothing really so no biggie there. They said trading Shaq was their biggest mistake.

    What was the Celtics? And I'm not talking about drafting...I'm talking about Vinny Baker, Chauncy Billups kinda stuff.

     



    Hiring Rick Pitino.

     

    Nothing tops that.



     

     

    your right! 

     
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    Re: What was the BIGGEST single mistake the Celtics ever made.

    The biggest mistake was not trading for Dwight Howard when he was leaving Orlando ...

     

    - said no one ever.

     
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    Re: What was the BIGGEST single mistake the Celtics ever made.

     

    #1) Rick Pitino


    #2) Everything on this list: http://www.basketball-reference.com/executives/pitinri99x.html  (except June 24, 1998)

     

     

     
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    Re: What was the BIGGEST single mistake the Celtics ever made.

    Not vetting Len Bias and providing him with the guidance that would have kept him under wraps until he got to Boston where he hopefully would have got the Bird and Celtics leadership he needed. 

     
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    Re: What was the BIGGEST single mistake the Celtics ever made.

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    A tie between signing both Doc & Rondo to new contracts..... and lettiing Thibs go to the Bulls




    If that would be our biggest mistake we would have much more rings in the last 22+ years. As fas as I know we got a first rounder for Doc and Thibs has not won anything yet.

     
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    Re: What was the BIGGEST single mistake the Celtics ever made.

    In response to concord27's comment:

    Not vetting Len Bias and providing him with the guidance that would have kept him under wraps until he got to Boston where he hopefully would have got the Bird and Celtics leadership he needed. 



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