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12 Feb 2017 16:05:49
Cavs-Wolves trade:

Cavs get: Tyus Jones

Wolves get: two second round picks

Gives Cavs the back up PG they need and this gives the Wolves the picks that they need for almost nothing and since LaVine went down I doubt they are going anywhere this year and plus with Dunn the teams future PG and Rubio around for the rest of the year(or at least I think he will be) and this deep draft class coming up they can grab a new young back up PG.

What do you guys think?


1.) 12 Feb 2017 17:32:08
How about McRae, Anderson, and a 2nd for Jones.

2.) 13 Feb 2017 02:23:36
what 2nd rounders do the cavs have avaialble to trade? i think their earliest one is in 2020.seems like along wait to get Minnesota's part of the deal. and that pick will be what like #60. not much value there.

3.) 13 Feb 2017 15:32:56
Then I guess they trade a 1st for him since it won't be a good pick and lebron gets what lebron wants.

4.) 17 Feb 2017 21:08:38
Trade 1 Won't 2 Can't 3 Won't 4 Can't.



01 Feb 2017 16:09:43

Waive Gerold Green

Sign Perry Ellis

This makes the Celtics younger and better in my opinion.

What do you guys think?


1.) 01 Feb 2017 17:54:20
Perry Ellis won't play over anyone in the front court that we have already. Green is a streaky shooter that could get hot at any moment given playing time. I think with the surplus of draft picks and oversea stashes that we don't need to think about getting better

2.) 01 Feb 2017 21:44:20
Younger* not better

3.) 04 Feb 2017 07:10:37
Don't need to get younger. Plus we have Nader waiting for that spot.



05 Oct 2016 03:11:50

CHI gets Stokes
DEN gets two 2nd round picks

Why CHI:
They need a backup big man and Stokes is a good young option that is blocked in Denver

Why DEN:
Stokes has no real spot in Denver as of right now so if they can get picks for him they should do it since the 2017 draft is suppose to be so deep that you can grab great talent in the 2nd round so why not try to add another oportunity to add great young talent at a little cost.

Rondo/ Grant
Wade/ Snell
Butler/ McDermott/ Valentine
Gibson/ Portis/ Mirotic
Lopez/ Stokes

What do you guys think?


1.) 05 Oct 2016 07:15:26
Stokes? You mean Jarnell? The one on MEM?

2.) 05 Oct 2016 07:15:26
Stokes? You mean Jarnell? The one on MEM?

3.) 05 Oct 2016 15:33:39
he is on the Nuggets.



14 Sep 2016 03:08:48
Bostons remaining offseason moves:

Release Gerald Green

PG: Thomas/ Smart/ Hunter
SG: Bradley/ Rozier/ Jackson
SF: Crowder/ Brown/ Bentil
PF: Jonhnson/ Olynyk/ Jerebko
C: Horford/ Zeller

The last spot will be a compition between Mickey and Hunter and I think It goes to Hunter.

What do you guys think?


1.) 14 Sep 2016 07:16:02
why would they release Green? They just signed him and i think he'll be a good bench piece for them.

2.) 14 Sep 2016 14:27:23
I see Young out the door before these guys.

3.) 14 Sep 2016 16:14:38
I see it going more like this:

Release James Young
Sent down to D-League:
-Jackson (who is way to small to be a SG and is a PG)
-Bentil (who is a PF not a SF)

PG - Thomas/ Rozier
SG - Bradley/ Smart/ Hunter
SF - Crowder/ Brown/ Green
PF - Johnson/ Jerekbo
C - Horford/ Olynyk/ Zeller.



11 Jul 2016 03:03:36
Celtics offseason:

After signing Horford and drafting Brown the Celtics only have a few moves left I think they need to make

Pg: Thomas/ Smart
Sg: Bradley
Sf: Crowder/ Brown
Pf: Johnson/ Jerebko
C: Horford/ Olinik

This is thier current rotation. They can make one of 2 moves. They can bring back Tyler Zeller to have another big man but they already have a fair amount of them with Johnson being able to start at the 5 and they can put Brown and Jerebko there as well if they want to go small so I think their best option is to go after a shooting guard.

Celtics get: Jermey Lamb

Hornets get: future 2nd round pic (possibly more)

Lamb would fill in behind Bradley at the 2 gaurd spot or could play the 1 or if they want to go really small they can put him at the 3. Ever since his first 2 seasons his production has really dropped off but is still a good depth piece.

The Hornets get more picks to help them continue to rebuild and become better. And Lamb doesn't really have a real spot on their team, and can be easily replaced by younger players such as Sessons and Harrison.

Pg: Thomas/ Smart
Sg: Bradley/ Lamb
Sf: Crowder/ Brown
Pf: Johnson/ Jerebko
C: Horford/ Olinik


Pg: Thomas/ Smart
Sg: Bradley
Sf: Crowder/ Brown
Pf: Johnson/ Jerebko
C: Horford/ Olinik/ Zeller

I think they are better off with the first option.

I see Aaron Harrison stepping into Lambs role on the bench and doing just fine.

What do you guys think?


1.) 11 Jul 2016 16:30:05
How is this not believable?




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15 Jul 2017 18:20:11
I know this might be stating the obvious but the Celtics are going to be good.... and young.

Starting lineup:



This is a pretty good team with a deep bench, but a lot of them are young and in experienced. I personally think that the one move that will pay off the most other than the Hayward signing is the signing of Nasser because I thought that he was seriously underrated in that years draft and was so happy when the Celtics got him. I think he will be able to be a force off the bench at one of the guard spots. I think that this team could easily beat the Cavs but isn't one the Warriors level yet. That I think can change next year. They have the potentioal to get 2 lottery picks and they should spend them on highly regarded international SG luka doncic who can fill the starting SG role as long as he doesn't stay over seas as well as big man deandre ayton who if they draft will allow Hayward to move back to the PF spot where he will do better and it will give the Celtics more rebounding ability. If they can go into next year with a lineup of IT(hopefully resign) Doncic Hayward Horford Ayton along with the majority of the bench that they have this year plus Crowder will defenitly make them able to challenge the Warriors in my opinion. Mostly because the Warriors are screwed in a few years when they can't afford all their stars and are stuck with their below average bench that has been protected by their amazing starting lineup. Once the Warriors implode they will have a hard time bringing in talent because they paid a lot of guys way too much so they won't have a lot of spending money in free agency and they don't have a lot of draft picks either. So the Celtics who are built for now and the future, is pretty special since most teams are one or the other, so the Celtics are in my opinion most likely to take over as the league powerhowse along with the T-Wolves and 76ers once the Warriors break down.

What do you guys think?


1.) 15 Jul 2017 19:04:09
Demetrius Jackson hasn't been waived. I think he'll make the final roster. This is what I think the final roster opening day will look like:

Pg: Thomas, Rozier, Jackson
Sg: Smart, Brown,
Sf: Hayward, Tatum, Nadar
Pf: Morris, Crowder, Yabusele, Theis
C: Horford, Baynes, Zizic

2 way contracts: Ojeleye and Jabari Bird.

2.) 16 Jul 2017 00:49:37
Jackson was waived.

3.) 16 Jul 2017 05:40:14
No way in heck dose Morris start over Crowder.

4.) 16 Jul 2017 05:42:13
And Ojeleye will probably make the final roster. The front office reportedly really likes him and will want to have him off the bench.

5.) 16 Jul 2017 20:20:42
I think they have an outside shot of beating the Cavs, but your assertion that they could easily beat the Cavs is ridiculous. The Celtics have more depth, but they still don't have the star power of the Cavs and still are a weak rebounding team. The Celtics looked completely overwhelmed against the Cavs and I don't see Hayward ( a really good player, but a borderline all star at best) and a few rookies being able to bridge that gap this year.

As for the Warriors, they have all of their picks and they just locked up Curry long term. Green and Thompson are both locked up for a few more years and it doesn't look like Durant is going any where. They also will probably be the top destination for veterans loooking for a ring for the foreseeable future. Their big 4 are all just now hitting their primes. That teams going to be hard to be for the foreseeable future.

6.) 18 Jul 2017 17:30:51
The Celtics lineup will look like this:

Thomas/ Smart
Hayward/ Brown/ Smart
Crowder/ Tatum/ Nadar
Morris/ Yabusele/ Ojeleye
Horford/ Baynes/ Zizic.



21 Jun 2017 14:21:17
The Knicks are just awful at this point. The few actually good player(s) that they have with upside they are willing to trade because they are upset with how the organization is being run. They should keep Porzingus(spelt wrong) and build around him. They should draft the French PG with the 8th pick and then try to move up either into the late 1st round or early 2nd round and get Josh Hart. I know he isn't amazing but I think he can turn into a great sixth man. If the Knicks were smart they would look to try to make a deal with the Nets and the Trailblaizers that would send Melo to the Nets and the Knicks would receive one of the Trail Blaizers 1st round picks and they can bolster their SF position by selecting a guy like Justin Jackson from UNC. They are still stuck with Noah's contract so their is no reason to draft a center high in this years draft who will be forced to sit behind Noah for 3 more years(you don't pay a guy $72 million and put him on the bench). I think they would be smart to use their last 2nd rounder on a guy like Kennedy Meeks from UNC. Having a lineup of

French PG

With obviously more depth behind that. That is actually not a half bad team but I doubt this happens and I see the Knicks just exploding and pushing their on going rebuild back many years by trading Porzingus and signing older players to mega deals because they think they are in win now mode


1.) 22 Jun 2017 02:42:01
very rare Knicks proposal that is realistic. To get one of Portland's picks, #20 or #26 at this point, the knicks would need to take Turner or Leonard and give back a couple of future 2nd rounders.



08 May 2017 19:24:22
Anyone else find the fact that Draymond Green doesn't respect dirty players hilarious.

Does this mean he doesn't respect himself?

What do you guys think?




20 Feb 2017 17:40:46
I honestly hope that the Celtics don't do any stupid trades. They should only try to acquire depth pieces for cheap to help them go further in the playoffs. The saying goes if it ain't broke don't fix it. I could see the Celtics going after someone like Tucker if it costs them a second round pick and someone like Green but don't trade away any of our core. We are in the perfect spot. There is no reason to trade for Butler because even though Bradley is hurt he is set to return soon and why bother since he would only be a rental. The Celtics are going to need to resign players like Thomas and Bradley soon. I see the Celtics making only minor moves and avoid messing up what they have done already and make a fool of themselves like the Kings did last night.


1.) 20 Feb 2017 18:00:29
If it can't win a championship why keep it? What better options would Butler have than staying with Boston. The core of the team is entering it's prime and they have the assets to make themselves a contender. Counting on rookies to come in and become allstars is foolish. For every Lebron that gets drafted there is an Anthony Bennet and even if the picks do turn out they won't be ready to contribute to a championship for a few years and they have so many picks in the next few years they'll never have enough spots to keep all of the players.

2.) 20 Feb 2017 20:52:29
I disagree. The Celtics team right now is good but I don't think they are clearly better than the Cavs or Raptors let alone the Warriors. The Celtics draft picks don't fit the timeline of the rest of the team. I don't follow the logic that Butler who is signed for two years after this season with an option for the 3rd is a rental yet Bradley who is going into unrestricted FA after next season is better to keep (No guarantee they are able to resign Bradley who could want a bigger role or IT) .

It obviously depends on the price that they could get someone like Butler for but with high-end assets like the Brooklyn picks the Celtics could conceivably get Butler an all-star and one of the best two-way players in the league for nobody that plays a key role on their current roster. I don't see how that scenario doesn't make them a better team and improves their shot at winning a title which is the ultimate goal (the team is broke if it can't win a championship) . If Boston could keep 2017 Brooklyn pick and add Butler I think its a complete no brainer. I rather be a contender for 3-5 years than a good team that just makes the playoffs for 10 years.



06 Jan 2017 03:18:15
I am not here to make a trade or anything but I will say that in a few years yes the Warriors and the Cavs and the Celtics and the Raptors will all be competitive but the teams that I will love to watch (other than my home town Celtics) are the Bucks and T-Wolves. When the Bucks get Middleton back they will be great and the T-Wolves are built for the long run, once they get rid of Rubio and replace him with Dunn they will be scary as well. Those two teams in the finals will be fun to watch.


1.) 06 Jan 2017 21:46:54
True. 76ers and Lakers will potentially be real fun to watch as well.




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16 Jul 2017 05:35:05
No one wins this trade, Denver gets an overrated PG in Beledso and Melo who doesn't want to play for anyone other than the Rockets. The Knicks Get Knight who isn't awful but the Kicks already have a lot of guards already and Chandler who is near the end of his career and making an absured amount of money for his production. And the Suns get Mudiay who is looking more and more like a bust, and Faried who is a little bit overhyped and is getting paid a lot. I just don't see any team being interested in this deal since it doesn't help the Knicks start their rebuild, it doesn't help the Suns finish their rebuild and it just doesn't help Denver at all. The Kicks just need to find a way to get Melo to Huston and get it over with.




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16 Jul 2017 05:29:10
All very possible but they would need to make a very strong pitch to get George to stay, don't get me wrong, OKC is good and will be good for a while longer but the Lakers are just about to finish their rebuild. They just need to resign Lopez and they would have a lineup of Ball KCP George Ingram Lopez with Clarkson and others coming off the bench and they could also try to resign Randell but I doubt they will considering they will need to pay both Lopez and George. They also need to unload Deings contract.




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16 Jul 2017 05:25:24
Even though we have the assets to trade for him, it would mean we would have no bench and deplete our stash of picks. Plus even if the AD, Cousins pairing doesn't work I doubt AD is the one that will get moved, AD is a better all around player but he is the face of that team. I am a Celtics fan and don't get me wrong I would love to have Davis on the team but I think it would take a lot and it probably wouldn't be worth it to trade for him, even if he became available.




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24 Jun 2017 22:04:01
Boston didn't mess up. We don't need a guard and Jackson is too similar to Brown who we took 3rd overall last year. I think the Celtics hit a homerun with this pick. They were able to move down in the draft and get a future top 5 pick and still get the guy that they want and that will start along with Brown in a few years. This is smart basketball. Planning for the future instead of reaching for a player like Collins or Markkanin who are the only 2 players that could have probably come in and started for them but Tatum is a better pick if you look long term.




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24 Jun 2017 21:59:22
I guess I missed that part of the post. And I would need PG13 to put his promise in writing so that way if we do get Heyward and give up the young assists for him that we will get him for multiple years. I feel like people are saying that George is better than Tatum and Crowder and that's what it would take to get him, and I agree but after this season if we make this trade we will probably not have George and we won't have Tatum and Crowder either so I don't think George is worth it. I think we should wait till he is a FA and then make a push for him to see if he really wants to come here.





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