Blowing it up or not making any moves what so ever? For me the latter would definitely anger me more. A blind man could see this isn't a championship team. Either make a trade to make us one or blow it up and start planning for the future.
What would upset me more is Danny making another Chemistry-Busting move (Feb 2011, Perkins) without truly seeing this thing out.
BOS has truly been in a rough spot this season...seemingly more vallleys than peaks.
But to place things in perspective - a "Certain" team out west that I won't name was picked as Contenders before the season even started...on paper, they look like a candidate for an All-Time great team.
They have four probable future HOFers.
As I just checked their record this season, their only seemingly quality wins were ALL at home - vs a Pre-Harden HOU team, Knicks, GSW, DEN and BKN.
Their only quality win on road was vs GSW.
I think if you compare BOS's previous wins and sched, we have a bit of a brighter outlook than the Lakers. We are not THAT much better off, but I can see where I'd be a bit more optimistic about our team than theirs.
BOS is doing a bit better - without the glut of talent and hype that the Lakers have.
If the season ended today - we'd meet MIA in the playoffs. I'd look forward to that.
In retrospect I agree with Danny - don't panic, don't get upset, no matter how hard it is - but DON'T do Anything unless we absolutely HAVE to. I'm not giving up on this team.
Wouldn't it be worth it to finish 41-41, meet MIA in April, BEAT MIA and Ray Ray, and then go on to the Finals?
Far-fetched, but this is the NBA.
I wouldn't want to jump the gun and do a trade and it not be necessary - or, we plug one hole, only to open up two or three more on the roster.