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Re: Report: Lee unhappy in Boston due to Rondo's play style
« Reply #15 on: January 29, 2013, 08:45:30 PM »

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makes a lot of sense. I think a lot of guys have issues with Rondo secretly.

Well this is a problem that's not going to be solved via trade for at least a year, now that Rondo is hurt.

Not necessarily. I am willing to bet if Ainge used his head, there would be a team whose currently not contending willing to trade for Rondo and build around him next year.

Re: Report: Lee unhappy in Boston due to Rondo's play style
« Reply #16 on: January 29, 2013, 08:46:28 PM »

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Sounds like Ray

Next he's going to the Heat for the vet min

Again defending Rondo?! Ok than...let send our players to HEAT. So, HEAT will have a couple of rings in row, and Cs will be "proud" of Rondo

I don't think that's what either of them were saying. They weren't taking sides I mean. They were just stating what has become a fact: Rondo ticks some people off.

I don't believe it to be entirely Rondo's fault, either. I'd put more than half of the blame on Doc.


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Re: Report: Lee unhappy in Boston due to Rondo's play style
« Reply #17 on: January 29, 2013, 08:47:00 PM »

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makes a lot of sense. I think a lot of guys have issues with Rondo secretly.

Well this is a problem that's not going to be solved via trade for at least a year, now that Rondo is hurt.

Not necessarily. I am willing to bet if Ainge used his head, there would be a team whose currently not contending willing to trade for Rondo and build around him next year.

There probably is, but we'd get a pretty bad return.  If we're intent on trading him, wouldn't it make some sense to let him recover and re-establish his value?


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Re: Report: Lee unhappy in Boston due to Rondo's play style
« Reply #18 on: January 29, 2013, 08:48:55 PM »

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makes a lot of sense. I think a lot of guys have issues with Rondo secretly.

Well this is a problem that's not going to be solved via trade for at least a year, now that Rondo is hurt.

Not necessarily. I am willing to bet if Ainge used his head, there would be a team whose currently not contending willing to trade for Rondo and build around him next year.

There probably is, but we'd get a pretty bad return.  If we're intent on trading him, wouldn't it make some sense to let him recover and re-establish his value?

The prolbem is who is gonna get Rondo? Does any team have shown real interes on him? Till now zero interes
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Re: Report: Lee unhappy in Boston due to Rondo's play style
« Reply #19 on: January 29, 2013, 08:50:31 PM »

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If at all possible, I'd LOVE if this thread didn't become another *Trade Rondo* thread with trade machine links being posted left and right. We have enough of those, and I'd really like to hear what people have to say about the "pounding the ball" comment and what we can do to remedy that without the use of trades.


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Re: Report: Lee unhappy in Boston due to Rondo's play style
« Reply #20 on: January 29, 2013, 08:50:49 PM »

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makes a lot of sense. I think a lot of guys have issues with Rondo secretly.

Well this is a problem that's not going to be solved via trade for at least a year, now that Rondo is hurt.

Not necessarily. I am willing to bet if Ainge used his head, there would be a team whose currently not contending willing to trade for Rondo and build around him next year.

There probably is, but we'd get a pretty bad return.  If we're intent on trading him, wouldn't it make some sense to let him recover and re-establish his value?

I suppose. I am just thinking in terms of "for this year."  My logic is trade the injured guy and see if you can get something of value which could help you this season, even if it's a player who's not great but can at least contribute something

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« Reply #21 on: January 29, 2013, 08:52:06 PM »

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makes a lot of sense. I think a lot of guys have issues with Rondo secretly.

Well this is a problem that's not going to be solved via trade for at least a year, now that Rondo is hurt.

Not necessarily. I am willing to bet if Ainge used his head, there would be a team whose currently not contending willing to trade for Rondo and build around him next year.

There probably is, but we'd get a pretty bad return.  If we're intent on trading him, wouldn't it make some sense to let him recover and re-establish his value?

The prolbem is who is gonna get Rondo? Does nay team have shown real interes on him? Till now zero interes

I think plenty of teams have interest in a healthy Rondo.  Just because we haven't traded him doesn't mean other teams haven't inquired.


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Re: Report: Lee unhappy in Boston due to Rondo's play style
« Reply #22 on: January 29, 2013, 08:55:16 PM »

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makes a lot of sense. I think a lot of guys have issues with Rondo secretly.
I think so too.  Nothing to back that up with, but just a feeling.
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Re: Report: Lee unhappy in Boston due to Rondo's play style
« Reply #23 on: January 29, 2013, 08:58:43 PM »

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makes a lot of sense. I think a lot of guys have issues with Rondo secretly.
I think so too.  Nothing to back that up with, but just a feeling.

Except Pierce and KG and Bass and Dooling and Pietrus and Wilcox and Bradley.

But not Lee, Green, Allen, O'Neal (J)...

Hmmmmmmm, works with some but not others.
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Re: Report: Lee unhappy in Boston due to Rondo's play style
« Reply #24 on: January 29, 2013, 08:58:52 PM »

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makes a lot of sense. I think a lot of guys have issues with Rondo secretly.
I think so too.  Nothing to back that up with, but just a feeling.

I've been hearing on some of the sport shows that the locker room is tense because of Rondo. Not sure how true these are, and its funny its just coming out after he gets hurt.

If true and the guys play looser and they start wining, I wouldn't be surprised right before training camp Rondo gets moved. 

Re: Report: Lee unhappy in Boston due to Rondo's play style
« Reply #25 on: January 29, 2013, 09:00:20 PM »

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makes a lot of sense. I think a lot of guys have issues with Rondo secretly.
I think so too.  Nothing to back that up with, but just a feeling.

Except Pierce and KG and Bass and Dooling and Pietrus and Wilcox and Bradley.

But not Lee, Green, Allen, O'Neal (J)...

Hmmmmmmm, works with some but not others.

When has there ever been anything saying Green and O'Neal had/have problems with Rondo?

Re: Report: Lee unhappy in Boston due to Rondo's play style
« Reply #26 on: January 29, 2013, 09:01:22 PM »

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How is this not entirely Doc's fault?

Re: Report: Lee unhappy in Boston due to Rondo's play style
« Reply #27 on: January 29, 2013, 09:01:57 PM »

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I'll admit I'm not surprised.

Re: Report: Lee unhappy in Boston due to Rondo's play style
« Reply #28 on: January 29, 2013, 09:02:48 PM »

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A. Sherrod Blakely @SherrodbCSN 7m #CelticsTalk Rondo looks to get second opinion on ACL from Dr. James Andrew

Re: Report: Lee unhappy in Boston due to Rondo's play style
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A. Sherrod Blakely @SherrodbCSN 7m #CelticsTalk Rondo looks to get second opinion on ACL from Dr. James Andrew

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