|Posted by shawn cassidy on March 8, 2012 at 3:40 AM|
BSR.1985 trade kg and ray for josh smith who howard said that he wants to play with, and try to get them back after the season for the minium, have rondo pierce green smith and howard next year with kg and ray coming off the bench with bass johnson and bradley off the bench dream team
Oh, boy! Why would you expect KG,and Ray to come back the following season after being traded? Won't happen guy.
ddegen146 This game is a microcosm of the true condition of the Celtics. Ainge needs to make some BIG decisions - The Big 3 must be put up for sale - Ray Allen & Garnett for sure - Rondo should be the ONLY untouchable
Some fans just don't get it, and won't get it. Thanks for not attacking Rondo, but to trade the big three is way off the mark.
Can-I-Get-A-Hot-Tub To blowup, or not to blowup, that IS the question.
Nobody has the matching salary to trade for KG unless BOS is willing to take back some contracts...my guess is they're not.
So...Ray Allen, possibly Pierce, I would keep Rondo and rebuild, but if Ainge wants to sell high, by all means.
Trade talks ruled the night. Not surprised.
From Milan To Minsk Its over the Celts need to trade Garnett or Allen for some picks or a rebounder
What! Garnett is the only one on the glass for the Celtics. Look at the box score for the past six games.
paleguysrock can ppl please stop doing random hypothetical trades. no here can do math hah. and seriously besides rondo, ray, paul. they have nothing that other teams want. grind it out. toss JO(I feel bad that he could last the season) and pick up some random big dude w/ experience. thats all they can do. and hope for bulls or miami to be injure in the playoffs. banner 18 ftw
Some thoughts of mine to. Keep the core, and look to replace JO some how.
TheDynastyBball it's not juts back to backs..they played 5 games in about 10 days, and two of those were overtime....so on game 6 - a second back to back in the last 5 days, they had nothing.
I agree, but Doc needs to think about changing his rotation in a second game of a back-to-back.