Wallace not considering a buyout

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    Wallace not considering a buyout

    And while the Celtics were certainly open to the idea of trading him prior to last week's trade deadline, it's clear that head coach Brad Stevens loves having the veteran around.

    "He's just a tough guy," Stevens said. "Just a tough guy to come out and put it all out there like that."

    And he'll continue doing it for the Celtics even if he knows this team isn't a title contender - something NBA veterans are often searching for even if it means leaving money on the table by way of a buyout.

     
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    Re: Wallace not considering a buyout

    Those saying the stretch provision will be used on Gerald Wallace are totally clueless when it comes to salary cap matters.

     
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    Re: Wallace not considering a buyout

    What is completely clueless is posting a quote regarding the state of Wallace's contract situation NOW.

    Saturday is the waiver deadline for players to be eligible for their new teams playoff roster. Obviously that writer was simply saying he doesn't expect Wallace to be bought out by then and/or Wallace hasn't asked to be.

    I posted some quotes by an ESPN writer about the stretch provision that were ONE YEAR from being in the realm of discussion.

    My God you are clueless.

    In your petty and small attempt to wipe the egg off your face did you fail to notice that everyone is saying Ainge will again attempt to trade Wallace this summer, and if he can't again up to the deadline next season and ONLY after next year's deadline IF he needs an extra 7 million in cap space summer of 2015, will Wallace be waived/stretched.

    Please follow along... your ignorace is astounding.

     
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    Re: Wallace not considering a buyout

    i gave Wallace the benefit of the doubt for a while. fact is he sucks.

     

     
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    Re: Wallace not considering a buyout

    Wallace refuses to shoot when he is open.

     
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    Re: Wallace not considering a buyout

    In response to rameakap's comment:

    What is completely clueless is posting a quote regarding the state of Wallace's contract situation NOW.

    Saturday is the waiver deadline for players to be eligible for their new teams playoff roster. Obviously that writer was simply saying he doesn't expect Wallace to be bought out by then and/or Wallace hasn't asked to be.

    I posted some quotes by an ESPN writer about the stretch provision that were ONE YEAR from being in the realm of discussion.

    My God you are clueless.

    In your petty and small attempt to wipe the egg off your face did you fail to notice that everyone is saying Ainge will again attempt to trade Wallace this summer, and if he can't again up to the deadline next season and ONLY after next year's deadline IF he needs an extra 7 million in cap space summer of 2015, will Wallace be waived/stretched.

    Please follow along... your ignorace is astounding.



    rame

     

    I never said Wallace can't be traded.

    What I'm saying is Wallace won't be stretched.

    Get it?

     

    For the record, rame, are telling us that Wallace will be stretched in 2015?

    Stop hedging.

     

    You're saying if Ainge needs 7m in cap space, Ainge will stretch Wallace.

    That's so lame.

    You're just playing it safe.

    Be a man, tell us if Wallace will be stretched or not.

    Stop hedging! 

     
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    Re: Wallace not considering a buyout

    In response to chris33's comment:
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    Wallace refuses to shoot when he is open.

    [/QUOTE]

    That sounds familiar. Too bad he can't pass like Rondo right? 

    Sorry. I'm actually a Rondo fan, but that was too easy. 

    Go Celtics!

     
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    Re: Wallace not considering a buyout

    In response to Fiercy's comment:
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    In response to rameakap's comment:

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    What is completely clueless is posting a quote regarding the state of Wallace's contract situation NOW.

    Saturday is the waiver deadline for players to be eligible for their new teams playoff roster. Obviously that writer was simply saying he doesn't expect Wallace to be bought out by then and/or Wallace hasn't asked to be.

    I posted some quotes by an ESPN writer about the stretch provision that were ONE YEAR from being in the realm of discussion.

    My God you are clueless.

    In your petty and small attempt to wipe the egg off your face did you fail to notice that everyone is saying Ainge will again attempt to trade Wallace this summer, and if he can't again up to the deadline next season and ONLY after next year's deadline IF he needs an extra 7 million in cap space summer of 2015, will Wallace be waived/stretched.

    Please follow along... your ignorace is astounding.

     

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    rame

     

     

    I never said Wallace can't be traded.

    What I'm saying is Wallace won't be stretched.

    Get it?

     

    For the record, rame, are telling us that Wallace will be stretched in 2015?

    Stop hedging.

     

    You're saying if Ainge needs 7m in cap space, Ainge will stretch Wallace.

    That's so lame.

    You're just playing it safe.

    Be a man, tell us if Wallace will be stretched or not.

    Stop hedging! 

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    So you can come out and 100% say 'STOP IT... WALLACE WILL NOT BE STRETCHED'

    and I have to either agree with you or 100% say he will?

    Get a life, you're such a tool

    Ainge will try his hardest to trade Wallace, if he can't by next years deadline and needs that cap space summer of 2015 Wallace will probably be waived and stretched. There you have it.

    It's how intelligent people look at situations.

     
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    Re: Wallace not considering a buyout

    In response to rameakap's comment:

     

    So you can come out and 100% say 'STOP IT... WALLACE WILL NOT BE STRETCHED'

    and I have to either agree with you or 100% say he will?

    Get a life, you're such a tool

    Ainge will try his hardest to trade Wallace, if he can't by next years deadline and needs that cap space summer of 2015 Wallace will probably be waived and stretched. There you have it.

    It's how intelligent people look at situations.



    If you have a life then why are you here matching every post I make?

    DUH!!!

     

    Joel Anthony and picks for Gordon Hayward.

    Very intelligent?

    Jared Sullinger for Anderson Varejao.

    Very intelligent?

    Rondo for George Hill.

    Very intelligent?

     

    rame very intelligent?

    OBVIOUSLY NOT!

     

    HAHAHA

     
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    Re: Wallace not considering a buyout

    Childish Behavior = FIERCY = Obviously

     
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    Re: Wallace not considering a buyout

    In response to Mployee8's comment:

    Childish Behavior = FIERCY = Obviously



    Childish behavior?

    You said I'm only 8 years old, right?

     

    Does it surprise you that an 8-year old is behaving like an 8-year old, duh!

     

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