Re: Jordan Crawford named Eastern Conference Player of the Week
posted at 12/9/2013 9:39 PM EST
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Maybe the first of many. Will this youmg man agree to following John Havlicek as a premier "6th man"? I would love to see him in that role and splitting time equally with Bradley and Rondo. Matchups become less of a problem. For Pete's Sake don't trade Rondo. Three good guards is twice as good as having 2 good guards. (forget the math).
I believe whatever ?Stevens decides, or winds up doing, will be the right thing. He has brought Crawfors, but several others (think Humpries) out the wood work. Stevens is proving himself as a basketball "manager', as well as a basketball coach.
Probably the best since Auerbach!!!!
But having 3 good small guards would cost 30m or more.
So half of the Celts' cap space would be spent on 3 small good guards?
I like the 10 man deep strategy. Create a team with no ball hog around a premiere pass first point guard and surround him with great shooters who fill different roles.
I like how deep we currently are
Rondo/ Crawford / Pressey
Bradley / Lee / Brooks / Bogans
Green / Wallace
Bass / Olynyk / Humphries
Sullinger / Favarani
Except for Brooks and Bogans, we are a seriously deep team. Can't wait until Rondo retuns!
Bingo!!! Get an established center and lets see how good they can be. I think Brad can do more with 10 multi-position players that can play both offense and D than most teams can do needing 2-3 superstars. And, under the new CBA, it's best to not have max contracts for lengthy timeframes anyway. 10 excellents guys making $7-8MM on avg for 3 yr terms provides for opportunity ...