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Re: Rodney Hood on trade block
« Reply #15 on: January 20, 2018, 10:03:50 AM »

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Kyrie/hood/hayward/tatum/horford with brown being the energy 6th man of the year

There is no way that Hood would send Brown to the bench.


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You have 959 TP's in just 1216 posts... HMMMM....

I think brown/hood is debatable who starts. I really like brown but we need more pts and better ft%. They are very similar in every dept with hood scoring 2pts more in 3 less mins this year and shooting over 80% FT while jaylen is like 50 something. I think they would both be great starting or coming from the bench!


As far as my TPs go.....I mostly post and play in PAPOUG which u should play sometime. We could use some new players! Besides PAPOUG i enjoy making up trade ideas. So yes not a ton of posts and many TPs come from PAPOUG......which u should play  ;D

What is Papoug?

Re: Rodney Hood on trade block
« Reply #16 on: January 20, 2018, 10:05:28 AM »

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Based on the makeup of Hood’s contract, I’m pretty sure the Celtics could just absorb his deal with the injury exemption granted in the Hayward aftermath.

Negative. He's got a qualifying offer for next year. Any player we trade for with the DPE has to be straight up expiring, no options or QO's.

I just don't think we'd pay to keep him and Smart around long-term, so moving a 1st might be a bit shortsighted.
I'd guess it would be one or the other, but it does give Boston more options next year while improving the team thus year.  I mean every one seems to think the East is winnable yet no one wants to trade a late 1st for a rental.  It justbdiesnt make any sense

I think Danny would trade a 1st for the right deal, but he's going to be prudent about it. Luxury tax is going to be an issue for us down the line and that repeater tax is harsh, so I think Wyc and Co. are gonna toe the line as long as possible.
Danny Ainge got fleeced.

Re: Rodney Hood on trade block
« Reply #17 on: January 20, 2018, 10:50:29 AM »

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Kyrie/hood/hayward/tatum/horford with brown being the energy 6th man of the year

There is no way that Hood would send Brown to the bench.


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You have 959 TP's in just 1216 posts... HMMMM....

I think brown/hood is debatable who starts. I really like brown but we need more pts and better ft%. They are very similar in every dept with hood scoring 2pts more in 3 less mins this year and shooting over 80% FT while jaylen is like 50 something. I think they would both be great starting or coming from the bench!


As far as my TPs go.....I mostly post and play in PAPOUG which u should play sometime. We could use some new players! Besides PAPOUG i enjoy making up trade ideas. So yes not a ton of posts and many TPs come from PAPOUG......which u should play  ;D

What is Papoug?
Pick a player over under game. Basically u pick a player u think will beat their avg points for this year. Person who picks the player that does best wins

http://forums.celticsblog.com/index.php?topic=24324.0

Re: Rodney Hood on trade block
« Reply #18 on: January 20, 2018, 11:32:24 AM »

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He makes a lot of sense for Cleveland. Lol

Re: Rodney Hood on trade block
« Reply #19 on: January 20, 2018, 11:54:07 AM »

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He makes a lot of sense for Cleveland. Lol
except he doesn't really make much sense for the Cavs as he is an offensive player.  and frankly your trolling is getting excessive

Re: Rodney Hood on trade block
« Reply #20 on: January 20, 2018, 12:23:16 PM »

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He makes a lot of sense for Cleveland. Lol
except he doesn't really make much sense for the Cavs as he is an offensive player.  and frankly your trolling is getting excessive

Why is he not a good fit on the cavs? He can create his own shot pretty good and could replace what jr smith gave them before he declined. Maybe you are thinking he is redundant with Wade? How is this trolling?

Re: Rodney Hood on trade block
« Reply #21 on: January 20, 2018, 12:25:30 PM »

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He makes a lot of sense for Cleveland. Lol
except he doesn't really make much sense for the Cavs as he is an offensive player.  and frankly your trolling is getting excessive

Why is he not a good fit on the cavs? He can create his own shot pretty good and could replace what jr smith gave them before he declined. Maybe you are thinking he is redundant with Wade? How is this trolling?

The Cavs do not need more offense first players. They need better defensive players. Hood isn't a sieve, but he wouldn't make them any better on defense either.

Re: Rodney Hood on trade block
« Reply #22 on: January 20, 2018, 12:28:48 PM »

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He makes a lot of sense for Cleveland. Lol
except he doesn't really make much sense for the Cavs as he is an offensive player.  and frankly your trolling is getting excessive

Why is he not a good fit on the cavs? He can create his own shot pretty good and could replace what jr smith gave them before he declined. Maybe you are thinking he is redundant with Wade? How is this trolling?

The Cavs do not need more offense first players. They need better defensive players. Hood isn't a sieve, but he wouldn't make them any better on defense either.

I don't necessarily disagree, but I will admit not being an expert on how good or bad hood is defensively. That being said, is kemba walker that good on defense? Cause there was talk he was a good fit and I thought he was average at best.

Re: Rodney Hood on trade block
« Reply #23 on: January 20, 2018, 12:33:51 PM »

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He makes a lot of sense for Cleveland. Lol
except he doesn't really make much sense for the Cavs as he is an offensive player.  and frankly your trolling is getting excessive

Why is he not a good fit on the cavs? He can create his own shot pretty good and could replace what jr smith gave them before he declined. Maybe you are thinking he is redundant with Wade? How is this trolling?

The Cavs do not need more offense first players. They need better defensive players. Hood isn't a sieve, but he wouldn't make them any better on defense either.

I don't necessarily disagree, but I will admit not being an expert on how good or bad hood is defensively. That being said, is kemba walker that good on defense? Cause there was talk he was a good fit and I thought he was average at best.

As with most PG's these days, Kemba is far from being a plus defender. But he's far superior to Thomas, so in that regard he would be an upgrade.

Re: Rodney Hood on trade block
« Reply #24 on: January 20, 2018, 12:46:59 PM »

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He makes a lot of sense for Cleveland. Lol
except he doesn't really make much sense for the Cavs as he is an offensive player.  and frankly your trolling is getting excessive

Why is he not a good fit on the cavs? He can create his own shot pretty good and could replace what jr smith gave them before he declined. Maybe you are thinking he is redundant with Wade? How is this trolling?
You know full well you were trolling and for you to act like you weren't is just insulting.

Re: Rodney Hood on trade block
« Reply #25 on: January 20, 2018, 02:05:44 PM »

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He makes a lot of sense for Cleveland. Lol
except he doesn't really make much sense for the Cavs as he is an offensive player.  and frankly your trolling is getting excessive

Why is he not a good fit on the cavs? He can create his own shot pretty good and could replace what jr smith gave them before he declined. Maybe you are thinking he is redundant with Wade? How is this trolling?
You know full well you were trolling and for you to act like you weren't is just insulting.

I find it absurd that a moderator will accuse someone of trolling without evidence.

Re: Rodney Hood on trade block
« Reply #26 on: January 20, 2018, 02:14:39 PM »

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He makes a lot of sense for Cleveland. Lol
except he doesn't really make much sense for the Cavs as he is an offensive player.  and frankly your trolling is getting excessive

Why is he not a good fit on the cavs? He can create his own shot pretty good and could replace what jr smith gave them before he declined. Maybe you are thinking he is redundant with Wade? How is this trolling?
You know full well you were trolling and for you to act like you weren't is just insulting.

I find it absurd that a moderator will accuse someone of trolling without evidence.

In all fairness, celticsclay went after him in the Kemba Walker thread for always linking trade rumors to the Cavs.
Danny Ainge got fleeced.

Re: Rodney Hood on trade block
« Reply #27 on: January 20, 2018, 02:19:44 PM »

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Moranis is right. celticsclay knock it off.

Re: Rodney Hood on trade block
« Reply #28 on: January 20, 2018, 02:23:30 PM »

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He makes a lot of sense for Cleveland. Lol
except he doesn't really make much sense for the Cavs as he is an offensive player.  and frankly your trolling is getting excessive

Why is he not a good fit on the cavs? He can create his own shot pretty good and could replace what jr smith gave them before he declined. Maybe you are thinking he is redundant with Wade? How is this trolling?
You know full well you were trolling and for you to act like you weren't is just insulting.

I find it absurd that a moderator will accuse someone of trolling without evidence.

In all fairness, celticsclay went after him in the Kemba Walker thread for always linking trade rumors to the Cavs.
exactly and claiming I say everyone available always makes sense for the Cavs, that I never propose trades for the Celtics, etc.  He then comes into I thread I created about Hood in which no one mentioned the Cavs and then says "he makes a lot of sense for the Cleveland. Lol".  It was a clear troll job. I didn't think it needed explanation and I asked him to stop rather than just deleting the post.

Re: Rodney Hood on trade block
« Reply #29 on: January 20, 2018, 02:25:19 PM »

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He makes a lot of sense for Cleveland. Lol
except he doesn't really make much sense for the Cavs as he is an offensive player.  and frankly your trolling is getting excessive

Why is he not a good fit on the cavs? He can create his own shot pretty good and could replace what jr smith gave them before he declined. Maybe you are thinking he is redundant with Wade? How is this trolling?
You know full well you were trolling and for you to act like you weren't is just insulting.

I find it absurd that a moderator will accuse someone of trolling without evidence.

Agreed.

Personally, I find the back and forth between these two annoying. I wish they both would stop it or just go away.

And I really cannot believe one of these posters was allowed to be a moderator. That never should have happened.