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Boston/Denver Problem Solved?
« on: January 07, 2013, 11:54:36 AM »

Offline SchnellHanse

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Boston Sends: Brandon Bass and Jason Terry
Denver Sends: Javale McGee

Rondo/Barbosa
Bradley/Lee
Pierce/Green
KG/Sully/Wilcox
McGee/Collins

Why for Boston: Terry don't seem to plan out, We need a Center, I think McGee is a solid starter. He might not qualify for "Highest IQ player of the year :P" but Doc is a players coach might help him.
His good for 2 blocks per game, young and Athetic.
and best of all: We don't need to send half the team to get him.   

Lawson/Miller/Terry
Iguodala/Terry/Brewer
Gallinairi/Faried/chandler
Faried/Bass/Randolph
Koufos/Mozcov 

Why for Denver: McGee Doesn't seem to plan out for Denver (not starting, lowered playing time and all) Denver is 3th Worst in the nba in Three-Point FG Percentage, Terry would be instant help there + Vetaran leadership.
It seems to me Denver needs a real pf, and Bass brings Solid Def and is able to spread the floor.

Would we need to add a 2nd rounder or a first? I'm not sure of McGee's value? ???
       
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Re: Boston/Denver Problem Solved?
« Reply #1 on: January 07, 2013, 12:06:28 PM »

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Man I'd do that trade in a heartbeat.

I don't know if Denver will though. Although McGee is coming off the bench (which I think he shouldn't be as he has a lot more things to bring than Koufos), they did not give him that contract if they are not really high on him.
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« Reply #2 on: January 07, 2013, 12:08:42 PM »

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I don't wanna part with Terry, I'd send Courtney instead. Maaan, I like them both, it's hard to decide.

Re: Boston/Denver Problem Solved?
« Reply #3 on: January 07, 2013, 12:09:17 PM »

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I like Bass for Denver -- he's a fit. But Terry, not so much, and I don't think the Cs can get McGee out of a trade for either / both.

Bass for Mosgov for parts (Randolph & another small contract) makes sense, however...

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« Reply #4 on: January 07, 2013, 12:24:48 PM »

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I think Denver is the most logical trade partner with us on paper. Bass would be a good fit for them as already noted, they are very thin at power foward
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« Reply #5 on: January 07, 2013, 12:39:36 PM »

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I don't wanna part with Terry, I'd send Courtney instead. Maaan, I like them both, it's hard to decide.

If Terry is basically only going to shoot 3s, I'd rather have Lee. Much younger, more size, better defender, etc. I'd assume most teams would rather have Lee, but playoff hopefuls might like Terry depending on need. 

Terry's supposed to be able to create off the dribble. The Cs aren't really using him that way.

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« Reply #6 on: January 07, 2013, 12:54:12 PM »

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Don't want Mcgee.


If the team in Denver was not worse on offense and defense when he was on the court, maybe.



A lot of physical talent but doesn't really know how to play.  Will tease fans with some big number games but over all, still a big project. 


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« Reply #7 on: January 07, 2013, 01:04:19 PM »

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McGee = Basketball IQ of a brick.   

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« Reply #8 on: January 07, 2013, 01:07:18 PM »

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Don't want Mcgee.


If the team in Denver was not worse on offense and defense when he was on the court, maybe.



A lot of physical talent but doesn't really know how to play.  Will tease fans with some big number games but over all, still a big project.

Can't agree with this if and when the output is Bass and Terry.

~ The way the Cs are using Terry is totally replaceable;

~ A trade of Bass that nets a true 'big' AND Garnett a lot more time at the 4 (with Sully backing him up) is a win win for the Cs;

~ Garnett would make McGee a much better defender, just like he does guys like Bass and Sully.

I'd do that trade faster than Usain Bolt in a 10-yard dash.

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« Reply #9 on: January 07, 2013, 01:12:02 PM »

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Don't want Mcgee.


If the team in Denver was not worse on offense and defense when he was on the court, maybe.



A lot of physical talent but doesn't really know how to play.  Will tease fans with some big number games but over all, still a big project.

Can't agree with this if and when the output is Bass and Terry.

~ The way the Cs are using Terry is totally replaceable;

~ A trade of Bass that nets a true 'big' AND Garnett a lot more time at the 4 (with Sully backing him up) is a win win for the Cs;

~ Garnett would make McGee a much better defender, just like he does guys like Bass and Sully.

I'd do that trade faster than Usain Bolt in a 10-yard dash.


I would rather see the Celtics change what they are doing with Terry (put the ball in his hands to create when Rondo is on the bench.  Stop treating him like the new Ray)




Save the pieces for a better big man.  I would rather see a big man with less physical talent but actually understands the game. 


The Celtics already have a C that is a project. 


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« Reply #10 on: January 07, 2013, 01:18:46 PM »

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I'd trade green first before I trade bass.

In order I would trade

1.green
2. Terry
3. Lee
4. Bass

Bass has been playing well as of late. Lee not too bad either
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« Reply #11 on: January 07, 2013, 01:38:36 PM »

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Very few teams will want to trade for Jason Terry...he is making $5M a year at 35 years old.  Only a legit championship contender in need of veteran scoring off the bench would trade for JET, and of those teams the Cs are potentially one of them. 

Bass does have more upside.  He is on a short, decent money contract, is still in his prime, and has proven here in Boston that he can produce.  He is a legit starting PF in the NBA.  I am sure any large trade Danny constructs will at least discuss Bass.

If I am trying to unload a terrible contract, and I am looking for youngish, proven, veteran complementary pieces to add to my squad to make a run, I am asking Boston for Bass and/or Lee.  The problem is that the Celtics would not take someone off the scrap heap from a playoff contender. 


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« Reply #12 on: January 07, 2013, 01:42:29 PM »

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I'd trade green first before I trade bass.

In order I would trade

1.green
2. Terry
3. Lee
4. Bass

Bass has been playing well as of late. Lee not too bad either

The thing as I see it Jeff Green trade value is less then zero for now because: 1. Contract,2 have not seen much progress, 3. he has value for Boston because he is suitable as Pierce backup.

But I agree with 2,3 and 4  ;D   

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« Reply #13 on: January 07, 2013, 01:48:37 PM »

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Don't want Mcgee.


If the team in Denver was not worse on offense and defense when he was on the court, maybe.



A lot of physical talent but doesn't really know how to play.  Will tease fans with some big number games but over all, still a big project.

Can't agree with this if and when the output is Bass and Terry.

~ The way the Cs are using Terry is totally replaceable;

~ A trade of Bass that nets a true 'big' AND Garnett a lot more time at the 4 (with Sully backing him up) is a win win for the Cs;

~ Garnett would make McGee a much better defender, just like he does guys like Bass and Sully.

I'd do that trade faster than Usain Bolt in a 10-yard dash.


I would rather see the Celtics change what they are doing with Terry (put the ball in his hands to create when Rondo is on the bench.  Stop treating him like the new Ray)




Save the pieces for a better big man.  I would rather see a big man with less physical talent but actually understands the game. 


The Celtics already have a C that is a project.

McGee = Fab Melo?

Hard to imagine Denver trading him for Bass and Terry, so I think the point is moot.

Re: Boston/Denver Problem Solved?
« Reply #14 on: January 07, 2013, 01:52:09 PM »

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Don't want Mcgee.


If the team in Denver was not worse on offense and defense when he was on the court, maybe.



A lot of physical talent but doesn't really know how to play.  Will tease fans with some big number games but over all, still a big project.

Can't agree with this if and when the output is Bass and Terry.

~ The way the Cs are using Terry is totally replaceable;

~ A trade of Bass that nets a true 'big' AND Garnett a lot more time at the 4 (with Sully backing him up) is a win win for the Cs;

~ Garnett would make McGee a much better defender, just like he does guys like Bass and Sully.

I'd do that trade faster than Usain Bolt in a 10-yard dash.


I would rather see the Celtics change what they are doing with Terry (put the ball in his hands to create when Rondo is on the bench.  Stop treating him like the new Ray)




Save the pieces for a better big man.  I would rather see a big man with less physical talent but actually understands the game. 


The Celtics already have a C that is a project.

McGee is much, much further along than Melo.  He is an effective player, if super raw.  They aren't in the same class.


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