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Cs aggressive on trade market: Mannix NBC Boston
« on: December 24, 2017, 11:42:15 AM »

Offline csfansince60s

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He says that league execs tell him that we are...the most proactive team out there right now.

http://www.nbcsports.com/boston/video/chris-mannix-boston-proactively-looking-make-deal

He says to especially pay attention to the Clips, Memphis and Orlando...and to look at both trade and buyout options.

He was talking to Scal and Draper about the need for another offensive weapon.

Lou Williams is the one most mentioned around here.

No chance for 'Reke right?

Who else?




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thanks for the info, but who, or what, is a 'reke???  ???
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thanks for the info, but who, or what, is a 'reke???  ???

His name is tyreke evens. He plays for Memphis. Was a 6th man of the year type player until Mike Conley was injured then he started in Conley's stead. He has been playing his best year of basketball this year. He is 27 or 28 and a bit injury prone but he is on a one year deal.
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ill take both williams and evans for our 2nd unit.


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ill take both williams and evans for our 2nd unit.
Me too!!!!
C/PF-Horford, Baynes, Noel, Theis, Morris,
SF/SG- Tatum, Brown, Hayward, Smart, Semi, Clark
PG- Irving, Rozier, Larkin

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I wonder who from Orlando we are interested in?

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I wonder who Ainge is dangling in trade discussions.  Smart seems doubtful, Rozier has no value, the bench youth stink..
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I wonder who Ainge is dangling in trade discussions.  Smart seems doubtful, Rozier has no value, the bench youth stink..
draft picks? Got lots of them
C/PF-Horford, Baynes, Noel, Theis, Morris,
SF/SG- Tatum, Brown, Hayward, Smart, Semi, Clark
PG- Irving, Rozier, Larkin

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I wonder who Ainge is dangling in trade discussions.  Smart seems doubtful, Rozier has no value, the bench youth stink..
draft picks? Got lots of them

The Lakers one is looking pretty possible to happen even next year.  That would be VERY valuable.

Not saying they have some big value (especially Rozier), but of course you are going to take the worst possible angle on just about any Celtics player tarheel.  It's nice that you are predictable.

I feel like they ride it out with Smart.  He hasn't been playing so well that he will go make a bunch of money, but I definitely still believe in him and he is a positive player.  He just isn't a scorer and sometimes right now the team clearly needs that.

I still think there are smaller moves that are non impact that would help them.  Marco Belinelli I would still like to try to get, and I don't see why that would cost anything of real value.

Personally, I think getting some high picks here is really appealing as we have some very expensive star players, as you can get potentially a young star who you are not paying like one for some time (that will happen with Tatum I think).  As much as I like Horford, I also think about his age.  So I hope we just make smaller tweaks. 
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I think the c's need either a solid 3rd string BIG, not al or theis build but a guy like baynes or a pure shooter, scorer for a bench pick up.  Morris back will help tons with the second unit.  Rozier and smart are to inconsistent on offense.  Larkin does a nice job but he's my height! 

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Id like to see ya get Monroe as a buyout candidate from the Suns.

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I wonder who from Orlando we are interested in?

It would have to be Vucevic and/or Simmons. Neither would be rentals and are actually young enough to be part of the team for an extended period.

Vucevic...he's out for the next 6-8 weeks with a fractured hand, but is in the midst of a career year. He's also just 27 and is signed through next season at a team friendly figure of 12.75M.

Compare his numbers to Horford to see how good he's playing:
https://www.basketball-reference.com/play-index/pcm_finder.fcgi?request=1&sum=0&player_id1_hint=Al+Horford&player_id1_select=Al+Horford&y1=2018&player_id1=horfoal01&idx=players&player_id2_hint=Nikola+Vucevic&player_id2_select=Nikola+Vucevic&y2=2018&player_id2=vucevni01&idx=players


Simmons...he's 28 and his contract is a bargain. It's an unusual descending type deal that reduces to 6M next season and 5.7M the year after. Not bad for a player averaging 15 PPG.

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I wonder who from Orlando we are interested in?

Hezonja is the most likely candidate to me. One year left on his deal.

Love to see him coached by Stevens. He needs a change of scenery.

6'8" guard who can shoot the 3 ball? Sounds good to me.



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I wonder who from Orlando we are interested in?

Hezonja is the most likely candidate to me. One year left on his deal.

Love to see him coached by Stevens. He needs a change of scenery.

6'8" guard who can shoot the 3 ball? Sounds good to me.


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I wonder who from Orlando we are interested in?

Hezonja is the most likely candidate to me. One year left on his deal.

Love to see him coached by Stevens. He needs a change of scenery.

6'8" guard who can shoot the 3 ball? Sounds good to me.

0 chance in hell Danny has interest in him. This dude will be out of the NBA soon enough. Overhyped doesn't put in the work no one likes him he isn't coachable. All the things you hear Orlando media say about the guy.
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