Thank you, Gerald Wallace

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    Thank you, Gerald Wallace

    This guy is the goods.

    Check out his postgame locker room comments about the start of the game. Says guys weren't on the same page, they didn't compete, says, indirectly, that it was embarrasing and he doesn't want to be embarrassed.

    Finally someone in a Celtic shirt that says in plain English what we've been eyeballing - Green, Bass, et.al., don't play hard. 

     

    There's reasons why it was a lot easier watching the 4th quarter than to watch the 'starters' stagger through the first.

    Bravo GW!

     
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    Re: Thank you, Gerald Wallace

    If he can shoot over 35% from three until trade time, he'll fetch a nice price.

     
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    GW is a competitor.  Doesn't take off a game or a quarter or a shift or a possession. Love his manic energy.  Wish some of the younger players showed some. Oh, wait.  They did in the last Knicks game though the Knicks played without Anthony, Chandler and Felton.

    Red Sox in 2013 World Series, Patriots in 2014 Super Bowl!

     
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    Re: Thank you, Gerald Wallace

    I said earlier that despite his down year last year Crash is a good player.

     
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    In response to Rajon-Hondo's comment:
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    I said earlier that despite his down year last year Crash is a good player.

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    He has always been a good player. I agree with fierce, he is likely to be gone mid season when contending teams need an extra piece.

     
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    I think GW is a keeper unless he brings us a young all-star.

     
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    In response to DaCeltics' comment:
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    I think GW is a keeper unless he brings us a young all-star.

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    A keeper for what? He makes 10 million a year for three more years I believe. He wants to be on a winning team.  Good trade deadline fodder.

     
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    I  can see the appeal of a playoff team wanting g wallace cuz he is a good 2 way player. But I just cant see ANYONE taking on that contract. It has to be one of the worst if not the worst contract in the nba.  

     
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    I  can see the appeal of a playoff team wanting g wallace cuz he is a good 2 way player. But I just cant see ANYONE taking on that contract. It has to be one of the worst if not the worst contract in the nba.  

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    It is bad, but not as bad as paying Kobe 58 million over the next two years.  Ugh.

     
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    "What's great about GW is he will be in demand by playoff teams." 

    Yes, if GW continues to play this well he could be a good trade chip. I don't expect him to last the season as long as he plays at this unexpectedly high level. But - remember he's been playing against mostly scrubs so he could easily slump again. 

     
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    Re: Thank you, Gerald Wallace

    I think this squad has a chance to be a bunch of fan favorites. As long as they go out there and visibly work hard, they will be likable. This might lead to them winning more games than they should like this year's sox, but I'm not seeing them being all that good. I just hope they aren't too OK for their own good.

     
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    GW is not a trade chip.

    He has a huge overpriced contract.

     
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    Re: Thank you, Gerald Wallace

    If you're right and Wallace is flippable for a first round pick ... Danny is a freaking magical wizzard.

     

    That would be unbelievable.

     

    But, doubt it happens.

     
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    Re: Thank you, Gerald Wallace

    What teams could use Wallace the most?

    Rockets: Could use a strong SF off the bench behind Chandler or play small ball with Wallace & Chandler?

    Clippers: If Dudley is a bust ... maybe they could use a slasher, 3&D guy?

    OKC: Could they use another scorer off the bench?

    Nuggets: Maybe they need a SF with Gallo injured?

     

    I just don't see any of this happening. They best option would be to con one of the stupid franchises into taking on his contract, someone like the Bucks, maybe Atlanta?

     
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    If he continues to play how he's looked, 10mil per for 3 years for a guy his age isn't that bad of a contract.  Remember, the nets paid him that based on his previous play.

     
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    In response to R9R's comment:
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    If you're right and Wallace is flippable for a first round pick ... Danny is a freaking magical wizzard.

     

    That would be unbelievable.

     

    But, doubt it happens.

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    Wallace "flipped" for a HIGH first round draft pick makes sense but anything later than 12th pick etc. is fodder and not a POTENTIAL all star (unless there is another Olynyk out there). Sell only when the price is right! Teams expected to need Wallace cannot be outside the lottery unless they own rights to a very good lottery pick! On the other hand we could use size inside and Wallace could be lumpted with another Celtics draft pick or player.

     
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    In response to chris33's comment:
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    GW is not a trade chip.

    He has a huge overpriced contract.

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    He will be a celtic for the next 3 years and a good one

     

     
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    In response to R9R's comment:
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    If you're right and Wallace is flippable for a first round pick ... Danny is a freaking magical wizzard.

     

    That would be unbelievable.

     

    But, doubt it happens.

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    Wallace "flipped" for a HIGH first round draft pick makes sense but anything later than 12th pick etc. is fodder and not a POTENTIAL all star (unless there is another Olynyk out there). Sell only when the price is right! Teams expected to need Wallace cannot be outside the lottery unless they own rights to a very good lottery pick! On the other hand we could use size inside and Wallace could be lumpted with another Celtics draft pick or player.

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    What? Anybody understand that?

     

    Do you really think Wallace's value is a top 12 pick? Are you mad? Its debatable if he's worth anything at all. A month ago people were talking about sending him out with one of OUR first round picks just to clear the salary.

     

    That wait troll bait, right?

     

     
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    In response to R9R's comment:
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    In response to moskk's comment:
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    In response to R9R's comment:
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    If you're right and Wallace is flippable for a first round pick ... Danny is a freaking magical wizzard.

     

    That would be unbelievable.

     

    But, doubt it happens.

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    Wallace "flipped" for a HIGH first round draft pick makes sense but anything later than 12th pick etc. is fodder and not a POTENTIAL all star (unless there is another Olynyk out there). Sell only when the price is right! Teams expected to need Wallace cannot be outside the lottery unless they own rights to a very good lottery pick! On the other hand we could use size inside and Wallace could be lumpted with another Celtics draft pick or player.

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    What? Anybody understand that?

     

    Do you really think Wallace's value is a top 12 pick? Are you mad? Its debatable if he's worth anything at all. A month ago people were talking about sending him out with one of OUR first round picks just to clear the salary.

     

    That wait troll bait, right?

     

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    Wallace could be traded for a guy that has a simliar bad contract for lesser years. The guy is a good player.  Stranger things have happened.

     
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    In response to cole-ely's comment:
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    If he continues to play how he's looked, 10mil per for 3 years for a guy his age isn't that bad of a contract.  Remember, the nets paid him that based on his previous play.

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    GW came ready to play.. he is worth his$$ for sure. Plays both ends of the court, is athletic, has great work ethic and attitude... why not keep him ..you won't get a better trade!  He doesn't have to win it all..look at the teams he has played for. Just a stand-up guy who is willing to lay it on the line!  JMO

     

     
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    The reason why GW has to go is the Celts already have Jeff Green.

    Can't pay 2 SFs 19m per year.

     

    Paying GW 10m per year when the Celts are clearly a lottery team is not practical.

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    + 1 I am guessing DA and GW have already spoken about this as well! DA likely said - play hard and I will trade you to a team / city where you will have a chance to shine in the playoffs! Win win for the Cs and GW!! 

     
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    Re: Thank you, Gerald Wallace

    In response to Fierce34's comment:
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    The reason why GW has to go is the Celts already have Jeff Green.

    Can't pay 2 SFs 19m per year.

     

    Paying GW 10m per year when the Celts are clearly a lottery team is not practical.

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    So trade Jeff Green.

    I'd rather have Wallace.

     
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