Re: Cs can't trade Rondo
posted at 7/1/2013 3:38 AM EDT
Terrible analysis by you.
You might try hitting the paragraph button every once in a while?
Anyhow, I can't follow your frantic stream of conciousness, but you lost me at:
"The Doc Rivers situation (I wouldn't want to coach a non playoff team either) which we already know DA didn't plan well. "
What are you talking about? Ainge handled that very well. He had Doc locked into a long term contract so that he was able to get compensation for Doc. It's rare for a coach to be exchanged for assets and Doc got a first round pick out of it.
You do realize how rare it is to be able to move a coach and get compensation in return, right?
So, I figured if you are so blind you can't see that basic reality there isn't much point in reading the rest of your argument.
You sound pretty bitter dude. It's actually been a good run with KG and Pierce. Yeah, maybe they left one ring on the table but it was hardly a faliure. Originally it was envisioned as a three year plan.
In retrospect they probably hung on one year too long but overall I've enjoyed this last period as a Celts fan a great deal.
Ainge if far from perfect but his strength is drafting and identifying young talent. Rondo at 22. I'm not going to list them all for you here, you could stand to look them up. Drafting is not perfection, all teams blow it from time to time.