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    Parker and Nash could be had for a price and either would elevate us to favorites next year.  Bigs will be hard to come by but Utah is overloaded with them and we might be able to pry one loose.  The team as is needs a face change and a new offensive attack.   Our last years bench is better than advertised by this board and with the money we have that must be used on a big, we might try to retain them in this order:  West, Green, Davis, Murphy, Pav. and Wafer.  Or use some of them in a sign and trade that would return equal value.  It is time for Danny to do his thing.
     
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    Nothing will happen until the new CBA.  Teams are afraid to take on additional salary at this stage
     
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    Or the JAZZ are over loaded with bigs, we most likely could make a deal with them for one of them.  They have five of them.
     
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    Tell us something we don't know ... all you do is report yesterday's news ..... have a Keystone
     
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    [QUOTE]Parker and Nash could be had for a price and either would elevate us to favorites next year.  Bigs will be hard to come by but Utah is overloaded with them and we might be able to pry one loose.  The team as is needs a face change and a new offensive attack.   Our last years bench is better than advertised by this board and with the money we have that must be used on a big, we might try to retain them in this order:  West, Green, Davis, Murphy, Pav. and Wafer.  Or use some of them in a sign and trade that would return equal value.  It is time for Danny to do his thing.
    Posted by maryngary[/QUOTE]

    While I can see the merits of Steve Nash on a team that already knows how to play good defense behind him, I don't see how Tony Parker offers anything that Rondo doesn't already offer at 1.5-2x the speed and athleticism
     
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    Parker is a scoring machine and his offensive game sets up his passing game, plus his outside shooting opens driving and passing lanes for Paul and Ray.  Ronod is fine but does not have the respect of the other team when he is 15 feet from the goal because they have decided to let him shoot and let Paul and Ray and KG watch him.  His man holding in the middle cuts off passing and driving lanes.  If Rondo can get out and run he is fantastic but the old guys are not running much now and the last three years have been good but a bit short, we need a offensive face change and Nash or Parker could do this for us, are they better than Rondo, no they only shoot a lot better.
     
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    Nash and Parker they are both good but I don't want to witness Rondo recording triple-double in a game against Celtics.
     
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    Parker is a three ring circus. Hide the women! Sleeping with your teamates wife is pretty low!

    I know Karl Malone tried to get some of Kobe's but, hey. It's Kobe! Just kidding!
     
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    [QUOTE]Nash and Parker they are both good but I don't want to witness Rondo recording triple-double in a game against Celtics.
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    Nash or Parker wearing Green would quickly cause one to smile and  ask..... "Rondo who?"

    Pud
     
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    In Response to Re: Tony Parker, Steve Nash, and:
    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: Tony Parker, Steve Nash, and : Ainge will not ruin the 2012 cap space. So if the player still has a contract beyond this season, he's not likely coming to Boston. A guy like Chris Kaman would be nice to have because not only is he a 7-foot Center, he also has an expiring contract. 
    Posted by Fiercest34[/QUOTE]

    I agree with you.  He would be a good addition to the Celtics. 
     

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