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Offline dunisho

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big man and point man..
« on: February 12, 2013, 07:36:54 PM »
the window is closing faster than ever... with the injuries to rondo, sully and now barbosa... plus the fact that the celtics still has a glaring need for a big man...the celtics need to make moves asap...

the trade rondo calls are persisting...as well as the trade bass demands... if the celts indeed trade them and get lowry from the raps and nene from the wiz, will it be a good trade for the celtics? can they go deep in the playoffs or even win it all? (assuming no more injuries come their way)..

PG - lowry, bradley, (barbosa)
SG - lee, terry
SF - pierce, green
PF - kg, wilcox, (sully)
C -  nene, collins, melo

here's the link...
http://espn.go.com/nba/tradeMachine/?tradeId=arre454

Offline cletus1985

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Re: big man and point man..
« Reply #1 on: February 12, 2013, 07:47:57 PM »
the window is closing faster than ever... with the injuries to rondo, sully and now barbosa... plus the fact that the celtics still has a glaring need for a big man...the celtics need to make moves asap...

the trade rondo calls are persisting...as well as the trade bass demands... if the celts indeed trade them and get lowry from the raps and nene from the wiz, will it be a good trade for the celtics? can they go deep in the playoffs or even win it all? (assuming no more injuries come their way)..

PG - lowry, bradley, (barbosa)
SG - lee, terry
SF - pierce, green
PF - kg, wilcox, (sully)
C -  nene, collins, melo

here's the link...
http://espn.go.com/nba/tradeMachine/?tradeId=arre454

Espn links are broken right now, no one can see your trade.

Offline dunisho

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Re: big man and point man..
« Reply #2 on: February 12, 2013, 07:58:22 PM »
the window is closing faster than ever... with the injuries to rondo, sully and now barbosa... plus the fact that the celtics still has a glaring need for a big man...the celtics need to make moves asap...

the trade rondo calls are persisting...as well as the trade bass demands... if the celts indeed trade them and get lowry from the raps and nene from the wiz, will it be a good trade for the celtics? can they go deep in the playoffs or even win it all? (assuming no more injuries come their way)..

PG - lowry, bradley, (barbosa)
SG - lee, terry
SF - pierce, green
PF - kg, wilcox, (sully)
C -  nene, collins, melo

here's the link...
http://espn.go.com/nba/tradeMachine/?tradeId=arre454

Espn links are broken right now, no one can see your trade.

here is the summary:

boston sends rondo to toronto.. and sends bass to the wiz..
boston receives lowry from toronto... and nene from the wiz...

toronto sends lowry to the celts... and amir johnson to the wiz...
toronto receives rondo from the celts...

washington sends nene to the celtics...
washington receives bass from the celts and amir johnson from the raps...

any violent reactions?

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Re: big man and point man..
« Reply #3 on: February 12, 2013, 08:06:55 PM »
I think people might be underestimating the emotional effect that trading Rondo would have on Pierce and KG.
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Re: big man and point man..
« Reply #4 on: February 12, 2013, 08:08:48 PM »
the window is closing faster than ever... with the injuries to rondo, sully and now barbosa... plus the fact that the celtics still has a glaring need for a big man...the celtics need to make moves asap...

the trade rondo calls are persisting...as well as the trade bass demands... if the celts indeed trade them and get lowry from the raps and nene from the wiz, will it be a good trade for the celtics? can they go deep in the playoffs or even win it all? (assuming no more injuries come their way)..

PG - lowry, bradley, (barbosa)
SG - lee, terry
SF - pierce, green
PF - kg, wilcox, (sully)
C -  nene, collins, melo

here's the link...
http://espn.go.com/nba/tradeMachine/?tradeId=arre454

Espn links are broken right now, no one can see your trade.

here is the summary:

boston sends rondo to toronto.. and sends bass to the wiz..
boston receives lowry from toronto... and nene from the wiz...

toronto sends lowry to the celts... and amir johnson to the wiz...
toronto receives rondo from the celts...

washington sends nene to the celtics...
washington receives bass from the celts and amir johnson from the raps...

any violent reactions?

Um yeah, the Wizards probably react so violently they bring out the "Bullets".
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Offline cletus1985

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Re: big man and point man..
« Reply #5 on: February 12, 2013, 08:16:13 PM »
I don't really see the upside for Washington in this trade, they would then have 4 pf's fighting over minutes and Okafor is their only guy capable of playing center, Nene is probably a better fit for their team.

Also it doesn't really solve our depth problem for bigs, and i doubt it's enough to put us over the top. Not enough to give up our best asset, even if he is injured. He will be more valuable next year either on the court or as a trade chip.

 

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