Re: Fierce want a shiny new PF, tell us HOW we get one!
posted at 11/15/2012 11:32 AM EST
In response to rameakap's comment:
R9R started a post to 'fully' discuss how he feels you are wrong
Your childish arrogance at thinking you are the only one entitled to respond (also hypocritical considering how often you stamp your feet and say its a free country) is not appreciated or mature.
Considering how often you post the same thing OVER and OVER in multiple threads, considering this site is your life, obviously makes you the #1 target for anyone who wants to talk frontcourt upgrades to the celtics.
but considering I threw out some of the same names earlier than you and clearly know more about the situations of the teams than you, I'll give my two cents on what might be realistic and backup R9R when he calls you out on what is not.
Rame ... I welcome your input. I was hoping for more thought into actual trades scenerios than "trade for x"
I think you're right about Utah and needing a third team involved. But then again, with Millsap gone, they could use bass as a pure scorer off the bench. Hell, even though I'd hate to lose anything thats been so good to us so far, maybe a Bass & Barbosa for Millsap trade could work.
Millsap could be part of a solid future team of Rondo, Bradley, Green, Millsap and x. That may not sound like enough star power, but really Rondo is a super-star, bradley could develop into a star, Millsap is going to continue to improve into a star and J. Green could be that solid player one notch below.
Plus if we keep some lights-out 3point shooters on our bench, we could be a solid team without labouring through that rebuilding phase. Anyway, rondo's been shooting pretty well. Bradley will have to continue to develop his outside shooting, and Green and Millsap can both hit 3's. You throw Sullinger in there as a center against smaller teams, and thats all five players who can stretch the floor ... PLUS .... rebound.