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  • Posted 02/25/2015 02:40:51 EST

    Rondo is just killing his value. Even before the trade he was only maybe in the conversation as one of the top ten point guards in the league. Now, with his numbers dropping, I'm sure he's seeing his more »

  • Posted 02/25/2015 12:56:24 EST

    1st, they are #1 and #2. Neither will bump the other off. And you'd have Parker on there as a college hockey rep before York?

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  • Posted 02/25/2015 12:50:18 EST

    I think it's really dependant on what the other teams in the hunt wind up doing. They're going to be in the hunt...even if they don't want to. The other teams in the East are just not great, especiall more »

  • Posted 02/25/2015 11:44:15 EST

    I would take the two of them back with no extra money paid if they took Victorino and didn't require Swihart, Owens or Betts. I make that move in a heartbeat. With the Sox ability to spend, they can j more »

  • Posted 02/24/2015 02:59:10 EST

    Sully and KO are 4s...there's really no 2 ways about it. They've been playing out of position when at the 5. I would liek to see DA make a run at Jordan, but I think WCS could become him pretty quickl more »

  • Posted 02/24/2015 02:57:15 EST

    I can see him staying in OKC if they make another real run. I think the next spot would be Washington. After that, I think any of the big name teams are options. The Knicks, Celtics, Lakers etc. would more »

  • Posted 02/24/2015 02:38:34 EST

    In response to DaCeltics's comment: In response to jgallag1's comment:   In response to DaCeltics's comment:   In response to jgallag1's comment:   Right now you have to get a star player. Belinelli a more »

  • Posted 02/24/2015 12:56:42 EST

    I think he can. Regardless, he's going to make the offense more dynamic, and will have them in the mix. The loss of Sully definitely hurts their chances, but the last two spots in the East are going t more »

  • Posted 02/24/2015 12:55:03 EST

    In response to DaCeltics's comment: In response to jgallag1's comment:   Right now you have to get a star player. Belinelli and Green are nowhere close to that. They are pretty good shooters, but noth more »

  • Posted 02/24/2015 12:51:26 EST

    I'm not saying he's a bad player by any stretch, but Jeff Green would probably thrive in an offense that has Curry, Thompson, Bogut, Lee, Barnes, AI, etc. They are just a very well put together team. more »

  • Posted 02/24/2015 12:34:40 EST

    I've said a bunch that I like this 4 guard combination to grow together. If they can go out and get a top tier center and a good all around SF they will be a really tough team. Honestly, they need a g more »

  • Posted 02/24/2015 12:18:56 EST

    Spiller is a great talent. I think it would all depend on what he's able to get out on the market. Can't hurt to put in an offer.

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  • Posted 02/24/2015 12:14:42 EST

    I wouldn't bother with him. He had some talent, but he's hurt way too often, and I don't think he's any better than those in place or other options.

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  • Posted 02/24/2015 12:07:05 EST

    I like WCS a lot. I think he'd be a good fit for the Celtics. He's probably not going to be a huge star or anything like some people thought Embiid could be, but he fits the team. I'm not sure I give more »

  • Posted 02/24/2015 11:56:42 EST

    Right now you have to get a star player. Belinelli and Green are nowhere close to that. They are pretty good shooters, but nothing that's going to push this squad over the hump. Who would you rather h more »

  • Posted 02/24/2015 11:53:42 EST

    I would give them the Celtics. (if he was going to sign an extension in Boston.) Give them the Garden and have the team play at Conte...I don't care.

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  • Posted 02/24/2015 11:52:08 EST

    It's unfortunately a matchup problem. The deadline made a lot more sense for the Celtics, as they would have had expiring contracts to play with in Thorton and Bass to match up. In the offseason they' more »

  • Posted 02/24/2015 11:39:28 EST

    I wouldn't say Draymond Green is overrated, he's just not a good fit here. He's probably the number 4 or 5 guy in his own team's starting lineup! He works very well in that role. If DA gave him a ton more »

  • Posted 02/24/2015 11:31:56 EST

    I'd give up the Celtics #1 next year for him. I have a feeling the Nets will be a little worse, but who knows at this point. They both could be back end playoff teams, or be a top 5 pick.

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  • Posted 02/23/2015 03:44:59 EST

    So is Jennings. They're going to have an interesting decision to make. Jennings was finally progressing into the player that everyone hoped he'd be when he came into the league, and he got hurt. I fee more »

  • Posted 02/23/2015 03:40:40 EST

    It would all depend on how you spend the money. Can they win without him? Absolutely. Can they win without him, while also not strengthening other deficiencies? No. I'd hope they can get him onboard w more »

  • Forum Post: Testing

    Posted 02/23/2015 03:35:13 EST

    Which thread was it? I tried responding to one as well, so it may just be the thread. I'm pretty sure I haven't said anything that would get me banned from anything.

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  • Posted 02/23/2015 03:31:44 EST

    I would love Gasol, but I'm not a big fan of either of the others on this squad. I think Green is a good player who is a product of his team. If he was asked to be the guy on the Celtics I think you h more »

  • Forum Post: help

    Posted 02/23/2015 02:38:56 EST

    It's crazy how many of those guys have been on the Cs roster.

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  • Forum Post: KG goes home!

    Posted 02/23/2015 02:20:11 EST

    They do have a nice young core coming along, and I agree, they should be looking at a big guy for their number 1 pick. They have this core coming back, and it looks to me like they could use the most more »

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