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Stein - Boston making a run at Tyreke Evans
« on: February 21, 2013, 11:36:41 AM »

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Nothing mentioned about who Boston was looking to move and I frankly can't come up with a trade that doesn't involve Rondo where it would make sense for Sacramento.

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Where is the quote? but I would love this. Need someone who can get to the rim.

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Nothing mentioned about who Boston was looking to move and I frankly can't come up with a trade that doesn't involve Rondo where it would make sense for Sacramento.

Sullinger perhaps.

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Nothing mentioned about who Boston was looking to move and I frankly can't come up with a trade that doesn't involve Rondo where it would make sense for Sacramento.
bass,bradley and pick? Plus filler

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Latest word out of Boston: Celtics making deadline-day run at player they've pursued before ... Tyreke Evans

Kings, until today, have been rejecting all interest in Tyreke. But @mr_jasonjones of Sacramento Bee reports Kings revisiting that stance

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Nothing mentioned about who Boston was looking to move and I frankly can't come up with a trade that doesn't involve Rondo where it would make sense for Sacramento.
bass,bradley and pick? Plus filler

I wouldn't trade Bradley straight up for him if it worked salary wise (and it doesn't) if it was me...

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« Reply #6 on: February 21, 2013, 11:41:13 AM »

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AHHH please we need someone like him who likes to attack the rim. Would free up pierce and KG a whole lot.

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Just told Tyreke Evans won't be dealt today by person familiar with the situation. Kings leave for ATL in about 90 minutes

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Nothing mentioned about who Boston was looking to move and I frankly can't come up with a trade that doesn't involve Rondo where it would make sense for Sacramento.

Sullinger perhaps.
A rookie done for the year with a back injury.  The same back injury that caused him to drop in the draft.  Who was taken 16 spots after the very similar player that they just traded.  Unlikely.  I suppose though if it was Bradley, Sullinger, and Melo it may make some sense for Sacramento. 

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Just told Tyreke Evans won't be dealt today by person familiar with the situation. Kings leave for ATL in about 90 minutes

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What is up with our obsession with guards?  Need a big.
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Nothing mentioned about who Boston was looking to move and I frankly can't come up with a trade that doesn't involve Rondo where it would make sense for Sacramento.
bass,bradley and pick? Plus filler
Just because Sacramento doesn't have enough PFs? :) Plus, a filler is not needed, Evans makes only five million.

Lee and a pick is a better deal, but seems a tad light for a player of Evans' talent.
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What is up with our obsession with guards?  Need a big.

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What is up with our obsession with guards?  Need a big.
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If c's are getting tyreke,wouldnt rondo be sent?

They both need the ball in their hand and wouldn't fit well together.....