Re: How's Danny Done?
posted at 9/8/2010 1:01 AM EDT
In Response to Re: How's Danny Done?
[QUOTE]In Response to How's Danny Done? : A good backup for 3 would have made this a dream off-season. Other than that, Danny did a remarkable job. I believe the Celts will need a quality 3 backup for the matchup against the Heat. But, there is a lot of time left. By the trade deadline, the main rotation will be set and all the free agents will be movable. I wouldn't be surprised to see Rasheed unretire, Perkins get traded or something big happen if it will make sense for the Celts.
Posted by prakash[/QUOTE]
You been drinking the kool-aid reading the GM-Wanna B's too much.
The Celtics do not, I repeat, do not need a back up to Paul Pierce.
Nothing, I repeat, nothing, hinges on DA finding a back-up to Paul Pierce.
Think about it: would you claim the Celtics have a great team except for one fatal flaw . . .they don't have a back-up to Paul Pierce? They can't contend for a title because they don't have a back-up for Paul Pierce?
Oh, yeah, it would be nice to have an all-star scorer coming of the bench while Paul takes a breather, I ain't deny-ing that, but is it a deal-breaker (?) as so many here make it out to be, or is it largely inconsequential, as I claim?
Believe me, it's inconsequential.
Danny done great. On that we are of one mind.