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Re: Rondo, Sully, Melo, and two picks for Monroe/Stuckey
« Reply #15 on: February 05, 2013, 12:22:14 AM »

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We should not be giving up draft draft picks unless we are getting a bonafied superstar, and Greg Monroe isn't one them.

Also, I see Sully will be able to produce Greg Monroe like numbers when giving more PT. Only difference being is Monroe is taller.

Detroit would do this deal in a heartbeat. Monroe is a very good player, but IMO this is a bad deal for us, especially with the 2 picks involved. And Rondo when healthy is more valueable than that return

Why the Pistons would trade Monroe would be beyond me.

Why we would trade Rondo is also beyond me.

Because some people doesnt like him, no matter what he does.

What do people have against Greg Monroe? It's like hating panera bread for always being 'pretty good'.

The only good carbs are the kind you can drink, IP.
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Re: Rondo, Sully, Melo, and two picks for Monroe/Stuckey
« Reply #16 on: February 05, 2013, 12:28:19 AM »

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We should not be giving up draft draft picks unless we are getting a bonafied superstar, and Greg Monroe isn't one them.

Also, I see Sully will be able to produce Greg Monroe like numbers when giving more PT. Only difference being is Monroe is taller.

Detroit would do this deal in a heartbeat. Monroe is a very good player, but IMO this is a bad deal for us, especially with the 2 picks involved. And Rondo when healthy is more valueable than that return

Why the Pistons would trade Monroe would be beyond me.

Why we would trade Rondo is also beyond me.

Because some people doesnt like him, no matter what he does.

What do people have against Greg Monroe? It's like hating panera bread for always being 'pretty good'.

The only good carbs are the kind you can drink, IP.

Amen. Botted my Black Irish IPA tonight. Had to rename it 'Red Dawn IPA' because it isn't black. Looks like Killians. Full update to come!

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Re: Rondo, Sully, Melo, and two picks for Monroe/Stuckey
« Reply #17 on: February 05, 2013, 12:29:32 AM »

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We should not be giving up draft draft picks unless we are getting a bonafied superstar, and Greg Monroe isn't one them.

Also, I see Sully will be able to produce Greg Monroe like numbers when giving more PT. Only difference being is Monroe is taller.

Detroit would do this deal in a heartbeat. Monroe is a very good player, but IMO this is a bad deal for us, especially with the 2 picks involved. And Rondo when healthy is more valueable than that return

Why the Pistons would trade Monroe would be beyond me.

Why we would trade Rondo is also beyond me.

Because some people doesnt like him, no matter what he does.

What do people have against Greg Monroe? It's like hating panera bread for always being 'pretty good'.

The only good carbs are the kind you can drink, IP.


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Re: Rondo, Sully, Melo, and two picks for Monroe/Stuckey
« Reply #18 on: February 05, 2013, 12:32:40 AM »

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I'd rather have Drummond..Monroe is due for a new contract soon and is sure to get close to max
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Re: Rondo, Sully, Melo, and two picks for Monroe/Stuckey
« Reply #19 on: February 05, 2013, 12:37:58 AM »

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We should not be giving up draft draft picks unless we are getting a bonafied superstar, and Greg Monroe isn't one them.

Also, I see Sully will be able to produce Greg Monroe like numbers when giving more PT. Only difference being is Monroe is taller.

Detroit would do this deal in a heartbeat. Monroe is a very good player, but IMO this is a bad deal for us, especially with the 2 picks involved. And Rondo when healthy is more valueable than that return

Why the Pistons would trade Monroe would be beyond me.

Why we would trade Rondo is also beyond me.

Because some people doesnt like him, no matter what he does.

What do people have against Greg Monroe? It's like hating panera bread for always being 'pretty good'.

The only good carbs are the kind you can drink, IP.

Amen. Botted my Black Irish IPA tonight. Had to rename it 'Red Dawn IPA' because it isn't black. Looks like Killians. Full update to come!

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Re: Rondo, Sully, Melo, and two picks for Monroe/Stuckey
« Reply #20 on: February 05, 2013, 01:27:31 AM »

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This is a horrendous trade idea and i am amazed that no one else has said that yet.

Re: Rondo, Sully, Melo, and two picks for Monroe/Stuckey
« Reply #21 on: February 05, 2013, 01:32:00 AM »

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This is a horrendous trade idea and i am amazed that no one else has said that yet.

I think a lot of people (me included) agree, we just have more mild criticism.

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