Re: Good Celts-Pistons-Pacers trade idea?
posted at 12/23/2010 2:22 PM EST
In Response to Re: Good Celts-Pistons-Pacers trade idea?
[QUOTE]The papers are starting to talk about the 2010 Celtics breaking the consecutive 19 game winning streak, having the 2nd best mark in the NBA with only 4 losses but...... LET'S BLOW IT ALL UP!! Oooppss, "tweak and improve". So if an aging Prince isn't worth a 1st rounder, then why throw in " Avery Bradley (as you said, major upside), JON, Daniels, Price/Von Wafer filler, 2011 SECOND rounder". Completely ridiculous trade scenario and if Danny did this, he's needs to be traded to Detriot as well.
Posted by ReddsGhost[/QUOTE]
Apparently Jermaine O'Neal was a major part of this winning streak... oh wait he didn't play a minute of it.
I guess we BLEW OUT team after team... oh you mean we won a bunch of 1 point games or scrappy ugly victories and could barely beat Philly at home?
I guess Ray and Pierce must be 30 like Prince and we can expect them to be 36-38 minute warriors the rest of the season and into June, just run them into the ground.. oh wait... they are 33 and 36!
Apparently Marquis Daniels is better than the taller, superior defender of SF's equally good scoring, same age as him, former starter on a title team 7 trips to the East finals, Tayshaun Prince. Whoops, sorry he is not.
Yeah that upgrade at one bench position is really 'blowing things up' and ruining everything... ha.
Its not like we didn't start 25-5 the last TWO years and then fall apart in the New Year. We cannot
be a 4 seed like last year. If we lose Ray or Paul like we did KG in '09 its 2nd rd again. Prince over Daniels rest those two way more. Why don't people get this?
This move is akin to the House-Nate swap, that would make our bench better. B/c we were talking about a 12 min backup to Rondo last year and not a 24 minute guy who can help backup 3 positions this year, it is a much bigger move tho.