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Re: Cs aggressive on trade market: Mannix NBC Boston
« Reply #60 on: December 30, 2017, 07:32:40 PM »

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Does anyone have any idea what the mindset in Orlando is? After their hot start, they have been awful. If they decided Aaron Gordon wasn't a franchise cornerstone, could he be moved? Would the Celtics be able to afford him when his contract is up this summer?

That might be crazy. Orlando doesn't really have incentive to move him. The C's would have to really give something up.

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« Reply #61 on: December 30, 2017, 09:02:46 PM »

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The player that best fits the C's style of play is Demarcus Cousins. Two questions....Is it financially feasible? Has he grown up?   

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« Reply #62 on: January 01, 2018, 06:03:47 PM »

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the Cs have been aggressive on the trade market for the last 5 years, just Danny doing his usual thing.

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« Reply #63 on: January 01, 2018, 06:33:01 PM »

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The player that best fits the C's style of play is Demarcus Cousins. Two questions....Is it financially feasible? Has he grown up?
Love to have Cousins on this team..
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« Reply #64 on: January 01, 2018, 06:36:23 PM »

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Does anyone have any idea what the mindset in Orlando is? After their hot start, they have been awful. If they decided Aaron Gordon wasn't a franchise cornerstone, could he be moved? Would the Celtics be able to afford him when his contract is up this summer?

That might be crazy. Orlando doesn't really have incentive to move him. The C's would have to really give something up.
It's too bad they didn't go for Gordon when he was probably available. I mentioned on here early on in preseason and start of the year that he was the only Magic player I wanted. Of course now he would likely cost too much.
My Top 5
Trade targets.      Draft.                     FAs
1. Davis              1.Fultz              1. Griffin*
2. Cousins          2. Tatum          2. Hayward
3. Butler              3. Jackson       3. Millsap
4. George            4. Ball               4. Lowry
5. Favors             5. Isaac            5. Gali

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« Reply #65 on: January 01, 2018, 06:42:02 PM »

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The player that best fits the C's style of play is Demarcus Cousins. Two questions....Is it financially feasible? Has he grown up?

-Smart, Morris, Baynes, Nader and Yab equal his trade number.
-Throw in two 1st (C's and Grizz pick)
-Offer DPE for any one year contract they want to dump.

He would need to be resigned. This is probably the only way to acquire another big time player given salaries.
My Top 5
Trade targets.      Draft.                     FAs
1. Davis              1.Fultz              1. Griffin*
2. Cousins          2. Tatum          2. Hayward
3. Butler              3. Jackson       3. Millsap
4. George            4. Ball               4. Lowry
5. Favors             5. Isaac            5. Gali

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« Reply #66 on: January 01, 2018, 06:57:42 PM »

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The player that best fits the C's style of play is Demarcus Cousins. Two questions....Is it financially feasible? Has he grown up?

-Smart, Morris, Baynes, Nader and Yab equal his trade number.
-Throw in two 1st (C's and Grizz pick)
-Offer DPE for any one year contract they want to dump.

He would need to be resigned. This is probably the only way to acquire another big time player given salaries.

If Danny & co. were interested, they would've traded for him when he was in Sacramento but by all accounts, we weren't. The ship has sailed.
Who?

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« Reply #67 on: January 01, 2018, 09:46:11 PM »

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The player that best fits the C's style of play is Demarcus Cousins. Two questions....Is it financially feasible? Has he grown up?

-Smart, Morris, Baynes, Nader and Yab equal his trade number.
-Throw in two 1st (C's and Grizz pick)
-Offer DPE for any one year contract they want to dump.

He would need to be resigned. This is probably the only way to acquire another big time player given salaries.

If Danny & co. were interested, they would've traded for him when he was in Sacramento but by all accounts, we weren't. The ship has sailed.
A lot has changed since then.
My Top 5
Trade targets.      Draft.                     FAs
1. Davis              1.Fultz              1. Griffin*
2. Cousins          2. Tatum          2. Hayward
3. Butler              3. Jackson       3. Millsap
4. George            4. Ball               4. Lowry
5. Favors             5. Isaac            5. Gali

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« Reply #68 on: January 01, 2018, 10:11:05 PM »

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The player that best fits the C's style of play is Demarcus Cousins. Two questions....Is it financially feasible? Has he grown up?

-Smart, Morris, Baynes, Nader and Yab equal his trade number.
-Throw in two 1st (C's and Grizz pick)
-Offer DPE for any one year contract they want to dump.

He would need to be resigned. This is probably the only way to acquire another big time player given salaries.

If Danny & co. were interested, they would've traded for him when he was in Sacramento but by all accounts, we weren't. The ship has sailed.
A lot has changed since then.

Especially the cost to get him.

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« Reply #69 on: January 01, 2018, 10:16:53 PM »

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The player that best fits the C's style of play is Demarcus Cousins. Two questions....Is it financially feasible? Has he grown up?

-Smart, Morris, Baynes, Nader and Yab equal his trade number.
-Throw in two 1st (C's and Grizz pick)
-Offer DPE for any one year contract they want to dump.

He would need to be resigned. This is probably the only way to acquire another big time player given salaries.

If Danny & co. were interested, they would've traded for him when he was in Sacramento but by all accounts, we weren't. The ship has sailed.
A lot has changed since then.
Not really. Cs still think the same of the player and aren't interested. It's Davis they covet.

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« Reply #70 on: January 01, 2018, 10:21:40 PM »

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The player that best fits the C's style of play is Demarcus Cousins. Two questions....Is it financially feasible? Has he grown up?

-Smart, Morris, Baynes, Nader and Yab equal his trade number.
-Throw in two 1st (C's and Grizz pick)
-Offer DPE for any one year contract they want to dump.

He would need to be resigned. This is probably the only way to acquire another big time player given salaries.

If Danny & co. were interested, they would've traded for him when he was in Sacramento but by all accounts, we weren't. The ship has sailed.
A lot has changed since then.

Especially the cost to get him.

So, cost goes down?
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« Reply #71 on: January 01, 2018, 11:15:21 PM »

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The player that best fits the C's style of play is Demarcus Cousins. Two questions....Is it financially feasible? Has he grown up?

-Smart, Morris, Baynes, Nader and Yab equal his trade number.
-Throw in two 1st (C's and Grizz pick)
-Offer DPE for any one year contract they want to dump.

He would need to be resigned. This is probably the only way to acquire another big time player given salaries.

If Danny & co. were interested, they would've traded for him when he was in Sacramento but by all accounts, we weren't. The ship has sailed.
A lot has changed since then.

Especially the cost to get him.

So, cost goes down?
Cost was pretty cheap last year, what would make you think it's gone down?

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« Reply #72 on: January 01, 2018, 11:32:58 PM »

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The player that best fits the C's style of play is Demarcus Cousins. Two questions....Is it financially feasible? Has he grown up?

-Smart, Morris, Baynes, Nader and Yab equal his trade number.
-Throw in two 1st (C's and Grizz pick)
-Offer DPE for any one year contract they want to dump.

He would need to be resigned. This is probably the only way to acquire another big time player given salaries.

If Danny & co. were interested, they would've traded for him when he was in Sacramento but by all accounts, we weren't. The ship has sailed.
A lot has changed since then.

Especially the cost to get him.

So, cost goes down?

It was not a cost decision.  The Celtics did not make an offer last year on Cousins.  They werenít interested.  I donít know if that has changed this year, but my gut says it hasnít.

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« Reply #73 on: January 02, 2018, 02:31:51 AM »

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The player that best fits the C's style of play is Demarcus Cousins. Two questions....Is it financially feasible? Has he grown up?

-Smart, Morris, Baynes, Nader and Yab equal his trade number.
-Throw in two 1st (C's and Grizz pick)
-Offer DPE for any one year contract they want to dump.

He would need to be resigned. This is probably the only way to acquire another big time player given salaries.

If Danny & co. were interested, they would've traded for him when he was in Sacramento but by all accounts, we weren't. The ship has sailed.
A lot has changed since then.

Not Cousins, unfortunately. 

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« Reply #74 on: January 02, 2018, 03:29:43 AM »

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The player that best fits the C's style of play is Demarcus Cousins. Two questions....Is it financially feasible? Has he grown up?

-Smart, Morris, Baynes, Nader and Yab equal his trade number.
-Throw in two 1st (C's and Grizz pick)
-Offer DPE for any one year contract they want to dump.

He would need to be resigned. This is probably the only way to acquire another big time player given salaries.

If Danny & co. were interested, they would've traded for him when he was in Sacramento but by all accounts, we weren't. The ship has sailed.
A lot has changed since then.

Not Cousins, unfortunately.
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