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Re: NOH & BOS Get Er done on the Dec. 16
« Reply #15 on: November 28, 2012, 03:46:54 PM »

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I approve this trade because of Kris Joseph promising upside. I think he is our next superstar Paul Pierce.

No.

Sadly, I don't see it. Soon to be 24 year old rookie 2nd rd draft picks don't often materialize into superstars. He has a good chance of being the next Rasual Butler though.

Re: NOH & BOS Get Er done on the Dec. 16
« Reply #16 on: November 28, 2012, 03:59:09 PM »

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I approve this trade because of Kris Joseph promising upside. I think he is our next superstar Paul Pierce.

No.

Sadly, I don't see it. Soon to be 24 year old rookie 2nd rd draft picks don't often materialize into superstars. He has a good chance of being the next Rasual Butler though.

He's 24?? Wow...


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Re: NOH & BOS Get Er done on the Dec. 16
« Reply #17 on: November 28, 2012, 05:05:57 PM »

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Bass+Lee for Anderson+Smith would work. And at the point we could trade both of them, Bradley would be back and Lee is looking more and more like the odd man out (Barbosa has been lights out)

Re: NOH & BOS Get Er done on the Dec. 16
« Reply #18 on: November 28, 2012, 05:11:17 PM »

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Bass+Lee for Anderson+Smith would work. And at the point we could trade both of them, Bradley would be back and Lee is looking more and more like the odd man out (Barbosa has been lights out)

This

Re: NOH & BOS Get Er done on the Dec. 16
« Reply #19 on: November 28, 2012, 05:31:23 PM »

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Bad Trade for the Celtics. Everyone that is bagging on Jeff Green is gonna eat their words.

Re: NOH & BOS Get Er done on the Dec. 16
« Reply #20 on: November 28, 2012, 11:49:06 PM »

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Bad Trade for the Celtics. Everyone that is bagging on Jeff Green is gonna eat their words.

Not really, you get a proven player in Anderson who can stretch the floor and can actually put the ball in the basket, unlike Green. The amount of emotional investment some of you guys on these boards have to these underwhelming players is just  ::). You need to be callous at times to succeed as a GM in this league, you can't be so emotionally attached non-stop.

Re: NOH & BOS Get Er done on the Dec. 16
« Reply #21 on: November 28, 2012, 11:53:37 PM »

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I thought this would be an eric gordon thread... his injury is very fishy

Re: NOH & BOS Get Er done on the Dec. 16
« Reply #22 on: November 29, 2012, 12:00:58 AM »

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Bad Trade for the Celtics. Everyone that is bagging on Jeff Green is gonna eat their words.

Not really, you get a proven player in Anderson who can stretch the floor and can actually put the ball in the basket, unlike Green. The amount of emotional investment some of you guys on these boards have to these underwhelming players is just  ::). You need to be callous at times to succeed as a GM in this league, you can't be so emotionally attached non-stop.

Green plays better defense than Anderson. Sure, Jeff is really struggling right now, but we will new his defense come playoff  time.

Besides it'll take more than those to land Anderson.
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Re: NOH & BOS Get Er done on the Dec. 16
« Reply #23 on: November 29, 2012, 12:05:18 AM »

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the only way we trade green is if we take back an even worse contract( um tyrus thomas?) bcoz for other teams it makes no sense. maybe if jeff starts playing more consistently he will have trade value, but then why would we even trade him?

I'm still a believer of this roster.

Re: NOH & BOS Get Er done on the Dec. 16
« Reply #24 on: November 29, 2012, 01:31:40 AM »

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I don't for the life of me understand where all these "get Jason Smith" threads are coming from.

JASON SMITH IS A SCRUB!

Re: NOH & BOS Get Er done on the Dec. 16
« Reply #25 on: November 29, 2012, 01:48:45 AM »

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Throw in Aminu and C.Lee and it's a fine deal!

Re: NOH & BOS Get Er done on the Dec. 16
« Reply #26 on: November 29, 2012, 05:31:15 AM »

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I don't for the life of me understand where all these "get Jason Smith" threads are coming from.

JASON SMITH IS A SCRUB!

I disagree.

Jason Smith a very good role player. Plays within himself. Plays tough defense inside. He is mobile for a 7 footer and also physical, which means you can play him at either the 4 or the 5. While hes no a good shot blocker, its not for lack of effort. he challenges shots an challenge hard. Real physical guy. Runs the floor well on both sides (ask Blake Griffin how he runs the floor).

He is a decent mid range shoote (from up to 18 feet) and a good finisher with good hands, making a perfect pick an pop/roll guy. He is struggling with shooting % right now though, that I will give you.

He's all effort. Think of him as Brandon Bass, slower but taller. He's not a scrub, and he should be with the Celtics. I've been watching him since last year and I know for a fact that he's the perfect role player big off the bench for us.

Yep, I'm driving the Jason Smith bandwagon.

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Re: NOH & BOS Get Er done on the Dec. 16
« Reply #27 on: November 29, 2012, 06:26:57 AM »

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I don't for the life of me understand where all these "get Jason Smith" threads are coming from.

JASON SMITH IS A SCRUB!

[dang] straight -- he is a third string PF/C. Not a solution to anything.

Re: NOH & BOS Get Er done on the Dec. 16
« Reply #28 on: November 29, 2012, 06:46:05 AM »

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Jason Smith a very good role player. Plays within himself. Plays tough defense inside. He is mobile for a 7 footer and also physical, which means you can play him at either the 4 or the 5. While hes no a good shot blocker, its not for lack of effort. he challenges shots an challenge hard. Real physical guy. Runs the floor well on both sides (ask Blake Griffin how he runs the floor).

He is a decent mid range shoote (from up to 18 feet) and a good finisher with good hands, making a perfect pick an pop/roll guy. He is struggling with shooting % right now though, that I will give you.

He's all effort. Think of him as Brandon Bass, slower but taller. He's not a scrub, and he should be with the Celtics. I've been watching him since last year and I know for a fact that he's the perfect role player big off the bench for us.

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I can say that I saw a fair amount of Jason Collins tonight. 11 minutes up from...zero minutes!

Re: NOH & BOS Get Er done on the Dec. 16
« Reply #29 on: November 29, 2012, 07:59:46 AM »

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Jason Smith a very good role player. Plays within himself. Plays tough defense inside. He is mobile for a 7 footer and also physical, which means you can play him at either the 4 or the 5. While hes no a good shot blocker, its not for lack of effort. he challenges shots an challenge hard. Real physical guy. Runs the floor well on both sides (ask Blake Griffin how he runs the floor).

He is a decent mid range shoote (from up to 18 feet) and a good finisher with good hands, making a perfect pick an pop/roll guy. He is struggling with shooting % right now though, that I will give you.

He's all effort. Think of him as Brandon Bass, slower but taller. He's not a scrub, and he should be with the Celtics. I've been watching him since last year and I know for a fact that he's the perfect role player big off the bench for us.

B-U-T  D-O-C  W-I-L-L  N-O-T  P-L-A-Y  H-I-M

I can say that I saw a fair amount of Jason Collins tonight. 11 minutes up from...zero minutes!

Well, that's our problem, i guess.
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