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Posted 07/10/2012 09:29:27 EDT
In February of 1989 Danny Ainge was traded from the Celtics to the Kings at the age of 30. Dear old Danny said, and I quote!....."I always thought I'd be here the rest of my career."â¦.."I wasn't pre more »
Posted 01/21/2012 01:57:14 EST
How about this. Dear old Danny boy is the root cause problem for the team’s current dilemma. He traded younger players we needed to help our veteran players. These younger players would have been a br more »
Posted 01/21/2012 01:38:58 EST
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Posted 01/20/2012 10:32:43 EST
Thank you all for your posts! more »
Posted 01/20/2012 10:12:51 EST
This core group’s window was open these past few years and Danny destroyed the chemistry of that opportunity.
Posted 01/20/2012 09:51:49 EST
Good post-up walk2run!!!!!!!!!! more »
Posted 01/20/2012 09:49:06 EST
Hey Danny!Great job not signing West this year.Do us all a favor and find another job.
Posted 01/19/2012 05:37:26 EST
Step down!! more »
Posted 01/19/2012 05:21:46 EST
Danny boy, your best move would be to step down.Your move to sign KG and Ray was a no brainer.When you signed Shaq, gave Perk away, and didn't re-sign West sez it all. more »
Posted 01/18/2012 07:30:37 EST
As i wrote a few days ago, time for dear old Danny to gooooooooooooo! Signing Shaq (39 years old) and trading Perk (27 years old) tells you all you need to know. Last year, the future was right there, more »
Posted 01/17/2012 06:42:42 EST
Time for dear old Danny to gooooooooooooo! Signing Shaq and trading Perk tells you all you need to know. more »
Posted 05/10/2011 12:57:24 EDT
The deal for Ray and KG at the time they were available and at their ages was a no brainer. My 10 year old could have made that decision. The future was now and Danny's arrogance is alive and well. more »
Posted 05/09/2011 11:34:06 EDT
It's been clear that Danny Ainge's decision to make "the trade" this season was at the expense of a title for us. The future for this unit was "now". Painfully very sad. He's a poor director of basket more »
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