Re: A Trade that Will Not Disrupt Team Chemistry
posted at 2/8/2011 11:55 AM EST
In Response to Re: A Trade that Will Not Disrupt Team Chemistry
[QUOTE]In Response to Re: A Trade that Will Not Disrupt Team Chemistry : P34, the reason why I said it's an impossible trade was that Brooks, Scoola and Battier are their best players. They are their Big Three. If you want any of them you have to pay a big price, trust me, I live in Houston Again, I live in Houston, and if you said that in Houston, they will run you out of town. Brooks is like their All-star here and their is no way they will accept Rondo for Brooks, how much more Nate. Like I said, I live in Houston and Brooks is their future. Even if Brooks didn't make the All-Star, he is considered an All-Star in Houston, believe me. Time Will Only Tell
Posted by ChiefEddie1028[/QUOTE]
ChiefEddie1028, if you truly live in Houston, you would know that Aaron Brooks is OUT OF THE ROTATION. He walked off the court during a timeout and my not return to the rotation. He is definitely at the door with his bags packed. And furthermore, Brooks is not Houston's best player.
Again, if you truly live in Houston, does the name "Kevin Martin
" ring a bell? When you talk about the Rocket's best player, Kevin Martin assumes that label, not Aaron Brooks.
And as for Battier, again living in Houston, you'd know that the future of the SF position in Houston is Chase Budinger. That is why Battier has acknowledged that he believes he'll be traded soon.
So, if you and "Houstonians" believe Brooks, Battier and Scola represent the Houston Three, I could not disagree with you more. Scola is a keeper for them but two of the three may be gone in a little over a month.