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If you can only choose one?

Re-sign Baynes
13 (46.4%)
Re-sign Smart
15 (53.6%)

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Offline CelticsElite

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If you had to choose one, which do you go with

Re: Bigger importance: resign Baynes or resign Smart?
« Reply #1 on: May 28, 2018, 01:11:51 AM »

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Smart
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Re: Bigger importance: resign Baynes or resign Smart?
« Reply #2 on: May 28, 2018, 01:12:47 AM »

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Smart
I can see that argument, considering that theis is coming back and maybe another big is out there that can provide what Baynes did

Hard to find those smart types

Re: Bigger offseason importance: re-sign Baynes or re-sign Smart?
« Reply #3 on: May 28, 2018, 01:18:15 AM »

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Lol get lobster hands outta here

Re: Bigger offseason importance: re-sign Baynes or re-sign Smart?
« Reply #4 on: May 28, 2018, 01:19:42 AM »

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i think they are about equal importance. 

Baynes was absolutely great on D in the playoffs.  The only big criticism I have of Stevens is (1) not going back to starting Baynes a game sooner in the ECF and probably playing him more.

when he was on the court we seemed to be a lot better on D.  He started those last couple of games and played mostly in the 1st quarter when we played really well.  He had 18 min in game 7.  I just don't see how that is enough.

Smart is a no-brainer to try and resign at a reasonable price.

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« Reply #5 on: May 28, 2018, 01:20:22 AM »

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I realize that this sentiment won't be shared by many on here, but I really hope that I've seen Smart play his final game for the Celtics.

Re: Bigger offseason importance: re-sign Baynes or re-sign Smart?
« Reply #6 on: May 28, 2018, 01:21:15 AM »

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Baynes. He played within his role and didn't once make me ask why he kept shooting the entire playoffs.

I'm honestly trying to figure out why he didn't play more this series
 

Re: Bigger offseason importance: re-sign Baynes or re-sign Smart?
« Reply #7 on: May 28, 2018, 01:21:38 AM »

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I realize that this sentiment won't be shared by many on here, but I really hope that I've seen Smart play his final game for the Celtics.
any specific reason why? I'm guessing the frustration of seeing a guard that can't hit a bucket even when wide open. Its pretty embarrassing sometimes

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« Reply #8 on: May 28, 2018, 01:21:54 AM »

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Baynes. Should be cheaper, and makes me pull my hair out less

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« Reply #9 on: May 28, 2018, 01:28:28 AM »

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Why can’t we sign both?

Re: Bigger offseason importance: re-sign Baynes or re-sign Smart?
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I realize that this sentiment won't be shared by many on here, but I really hope that I've seen Smart play his final game for the Celtics.
any specific reason why? I'm guessing the frustration of seeing a guard that can't hit a bucket even when wide open. Its pretty embarrassing sometimes

Pretty much, lol, but he only exacerbates his offensive ineptitude by taking too many horrible shots, so yeah, I know that he hustles and everything else, but he's just not an NBA player, offensively, imo, and let's not forget about his infamous "heat checks" ::). Pretty cringe-worthy, wouldn't you say?

Re: Bigger offseason importance: re-sign Baynes or re-sign Smart?
« Reply #11 on: May 28, 2018, 01:45:35 AM »

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I realize that this sentiment won't be shared by many on here, but I really hope that I've seen Smart play his final game for the Celtics.
any specific reason why? I'm guessing the frustration of seeing a guard that can't hit a bucket even when wide open. Its pretty embarrassing sometimes

Pretty much, lol, but he only exacerbates his offensive ineptitude by taking too many horrible shots, so yeah, I know that he hustles and everything else, but he's just not an NBA player, offensively, imo, and let's not forget about his infamous "heat checks" ::). Pretty cringe-worthy, wouldn't you say?
those heat checks made me laugh though

Who will be my comedic relief if smarts bricked 28 ft attempts aren't there  ;D

Re: Bigger offseason importance: re-sign Baynes or re-sign Smart?
« Reply #12 on: May 28, 2018, 01:50:44 AM »

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Smart.

Co-sign to the point mentioned about Theis. You give him the spot start or first big off the bench role, he's been shooting 3's for longer than Baynes and looked great with Horford,

Smart is much more difficult to replace and works well off Horford when other scorers are on the floor.

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« Reply #13 on: May 28, 2018, 02:27:01 AM »

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I realize that this sentiment won't be shared by many on here, but I really hope that I've seen Smart play his final game for the Celtics.
any specific reason why? I'm guessing the frustration of seeing a guard that can't hit a bucket even when wide open. Its pretty embarrassing sometimes

Pretty much, lol, but he only exacerbates his offensive ineptitude by taking too many horrible shots, so yeah, I know that he hustles and everything else, but he's just not an NBA player, offensively, imo, and let's not forget about his infamous "heat checks" ::). Pretty cringe-worthy, wouldn't you say?
those heat checks made me laugh though

Who will be my comedic relief if smarts bricked 28 ft attempts aren't there  ;D

Fair enough ;D. Watching Brown make Ashton Kutcher look like Michael Cooper was pretty hilarious, as well, imo, plus Jaylen also appears to have the hands of Patrick Ewing ::), so there's that ;D.

Re: Bigger offseason importance: re-sign Baynes or re-sign Smart?
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I realize that this sentiment won't be shared by many on here, but I really hope that I've seen Smart play his final game for the Celtics.
any specific reason why? I'm guessing the frustration of seeing a guard that can't hit a bucket even when wide open. Its pretty embarrassing sometimes

Pretty much, lol, but he only exacerbates his offensive ineptitude by taking too many horrible shots, so yeah, I know that he hustles and everything else, but he's just not an NBA player, offensively, imo, and let's not forget about his infamous "heat checks" ::). Pretty cringe-worthy, wouldn't you say?
those heat checks made me laugh though

Who will be my comedic relief if smarts bricked 28 ft attempts aren't there  ;D

Fair enough ;D. Watching Brown make Ashton Kutcher look like Michael Cooper was pretty hilarious, as well, imo, plus Jaylen also appears to have the hands of Patrick Ewing ::), so there's that ;D.
At least Jaylen has come up big for Boston in other playoff games and has showed stud potential.
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