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Re: Stein - Boston making a run at Tyreke Evans
« Reply #30 on: February 21, 2013, 12:06:45 PM »

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What is up with our obsession with guards?  Need a big.

yeah i dont understand why we keep coming up in guard rumors. Doesnt danny wanna save KG for the playoffs? Dang small ball is getting ridiculous.
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Re: Stein - Boston making a run at Tyreke Evans
« Reply #31 on: February 21, 2013, 12:10:43 PM »

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We need both guards and bigs. The only healthy guards we have are Avery, JET, and Lee.
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Re: Stein - Boston making a run at Tyreke Evans
« Reply #32 on: February 21, 2013, 12:15:53 PM »

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We need both guards and bigs. The only healthy guards we have are Avery, JET, and Lee.

But the only good big we have is KG.
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Re: Stein - Boston making a run at Tyreke Evans
« Reply #33 on: February 21, 2013, 12:17:49 PM »

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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

Probably wont even cost Bradley...did you see exactly what they just sent their number 5 pick to Houston for?
a 23 year old starting PF on a team in the playoffs in the west, plus 2 other respectable bench players.
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Re: Stein - Boston making a run at Tyreke Evans
« Reply #34 on: February 21, 2013, 12:23:05 PM »

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Re: Stein - Boston making a run at Tyreke Evans
« Reply #35 on: February 21, 2013, 12:26:10 PM »

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We need both guards and bigs. The only healthy guards we have are Avery, JET, and Lee.

But the only good big we have is KG.
And who are the "good" guards that we have? Yeah, I thought so :)
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Re: Stein - Boston making a run at Tyreke Evans
« Reply #36 on: February 21, 2013, 12:47:31 PM »

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Rumor seems to be dead people..
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Source texted to say "no legs" behind reports of Kings' Tyreke Evans to Celtics, and while there may have been talks, they're dead now.
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Re: Stein - Boston making a run at Tyreke Evans
« Reply #37 on: February 21, 2013, 01:26:46 PM »

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What is up with our obsession with guards?  Need a big.

yeah i dont understand why we keep coming up in guard rumors. Doesnt danny wanna save KG for the playoffs? Dang small ball is getting ridiculous.

We need scorers, point blank.  It really makes no difference what position because we lack depth at all of them.

After Pierce and KG our two next best scorers are Terry and Green at 10 PPG.  If our top two scorers are putting up LeBron + Wade numbers that's fine, but when the top scorers are averaging 18 and 15 (and barely at that) and you next best scorers are putting up 10 apiece,then you're screwed.  Totally and utterly.

As far bench depth:

PG- Terry, T-Wil
SG - Terry, T-Wil
SF - Green, T-Wil
PF - Wilcox, Green
C - Wilcox, Collins, Melo

We are three deep at every position at best, and you'll note we are depending a LOT on T-Wil and Wilcox to even get that deep.  Wilcox is injury prone, and we have no clue what T-wil can give us yet

Ironically center is our deepest position right now - our backups may not be great, but we physically have 3 guys who can play that spot.

What happens if Lee (for arguments sake) goes down? Were screwed.

Evans would be a godsend, so would Josh Smith.  The way I see it we have two choices right now - win now or rebuild.  For win now we need to trade Rondo (plus parts) for Josh Smith or Tyreke Evans.  For rebuild we need to try and diitch Pierce and KG for Smith, Bledsoe and D-Jordan (if we can still pull that off).


 

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