Re: 3 Ways to Do it
posted at 2/26/2012 1:33 AM EST
In Response to Re: 3 Ways to Do it
[QUOTE]Our playoff rotation: C - Okafor (32 mins) Big Al (16) PF - Big Al (20) Odom (28) SF - Pierce (20) Marion (28) SG - Pietrus (24) Bell (16) Pierce (8) PG - Jack (32) Avery (16) That team is not going to win a championship. That's like the Celtic team of 1992-1993. That's a team of role players and 1 old All-Star. All-Stars win games, superstars win championships.
Posted by Fiercest34[/QUOTE]
your comparisons of my great trades that make the Celtics contenders next season to the 93 and 95 Celtics have been so far off lately Fierce that I wonder if you just became a fan in 2002 or are joking?
That team is better than the one we have now obviously, but I said that it would be hard to gel in time to win this year, it would be all about next year.
Remind me again who the 24 year old 20ppg shooting guard (Gordan) was on the '93 Celtics??
Who was the 28 year old 22-10 PF-C on that team (Big Al)
I'd take Jack over Sherm, Okafor (29) over Parish (38) an older Marion is even with a young Rick Fox. Odom (33) and McHale (34) are about the same age, only McHale could barely move anymore from injuries. Bell/Avery vs. Dee/Gamble is about the same.
Pierce at 34 wasn't quite Reggie Lewis, but we all know Reggie couldn't complete that season and even at age 28 wasn't quite the gamer/defender/rebounder that Paul still is
So basically its a team BETTER than the '93 Celtics WITHOUT including its two best players... Gordon and Jefferson, 20 point scorers in their primes
Jeez, the clubs are not even in the ballpark