Re: I think Glen Davis can be sacrificed on a trade package
posted at 12/30/2010 12:30 AM EST
In Response to Re: I think Glen Davis can be sacrificed on a trade package
[QUOTE]Yep, you're so right. If you propose a trade you're an idiot but if a guy gets hurt then everyone wants to propose a trade. LOL! Some her think once you have a roster and win some games that you should never try to improve, the team has no weaknesses and everyone wants our junk for their good players. It's hilarious. If you said that KGs injury is a chance to put BBD on display to possibly get better with a move. It would be absurd and you would be ridiculed for even suggesting it.
Posted by BiasLewis[/QUOTE]
Bias, maybe I've made a friend in you because you're the only I see that's helping take some of the ferocious dog bites that i'm getting mauled on for being blasphemous. In other Celtics forums, like the yahoo message board or the Herald' comments sections, I was screaming out the top of my lungs for 2 years for Ainge to have gotten rid of worthless Brian Scalabrine, dumping his high price tag, I think it was $5 mill a year, and his roster spot, to bring in someone more decent. I don't even have to tell you how much I got bitten on that topic, you know that was a given. If there was a picture to show me wounded, it would've been me with a blood soaked ripped t-shirt and an underwear scratched and with teeth marks all over my body.
Brian Scalabrine, the great white hope of Boston Celtics fans, for whatever God dam reason, was forgiven, dismissed and overlooked by Celtics fans for the worthless and talentless player that he was. The guy could not shoot a basket to save his life, get a meaningfull significant offensive or defensive rebound, could not dribble enough to pass half court, no real hustle, NOTHING. But you would always find Brian Scalabrine apologists who would repeat the same lame excuse to forgive this guy, "it was the little smart things that he did". The Clown had a popularity has big as the Celtics Mascot Lucky and to this day, he still is a Celtics fan favorite and we saw that when the Bulls came in to town. I had always said that Brian Scalabrine should've been traded, released or dealt with the day after the 17th title Parade was over. You don't think anybody wanted him, then why is he still in the NBA, theres always a team thats gonna have a need for a player somewhere. He sat on that bench for 2 more years, with a big chunck of salary, meanwhile Ainge couldn't offer James Posey an extra mill or 2 and have him extended to the 4 years he asked.
They used a lame excuse about how they couldn't pay Posey so much because his skills would diminish has he got older. But yet, we have Shaq, 38, playing better then Perkins, they take in the Loafer, Jermaine Oneal, for 2 years at $5 mill+, extended Ray 2 years $20 mill and Pierce for 4 at up to $60mill.
This team is in serious sht, if anyone can't see that, take the helmet off, please. Get younger and fast. If you think Doc can pull another miracle, just watch and see, you're gonna be dissapointed.