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Boston/Brooklyn Blockbuster trade RUMOR

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Two 35 year olds and a 37 year old for 5 players and 3 first round choices?

 

Hell no. Sure, MAYBE they can pull a championship next year, but what if they don't. If they win a championship, then it might be a flush. If they don't win a championship, they'll be crap for a few years.

 

The Celtics won this trade by a long shot. I'm not a fan of the whole "win now" perspective, I'd rather build up for the future and have a good team for years to come, not just a year or two.

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Rondo when he comes to practice....

 

 

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Rondo when he comes to practice....

 

They were saying earlier that Rondo may also get moved. Keeping Rondo would take out any of their chances a crack of the Andrew Wiggins Sweepstake. We better "TANK", bc we're not the only team who's going to purposely tank next season for a great draft.

 

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You have to wonder how much KG and Pierce have left in the tank. That's a killer line-up in Brooklyn, but I think it's fair to say their window for winning a championship with KG is pretty much two years or bust. 

 

Can't wait to hear the story next June when the Celtics miraculously get the #1 overall pick in the lottery finishing with the 9th worst record and select Andrew Wiggins.  ;) Obviously not fixed at all.  ;)

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They were saying earlier that Rondo may also get moved. Keeping Rondo would take out any of their chances a crack of the Andrew Wiggins Sweepstake. We better "TANK", bc we're not the only team who's going to purposely tank next season for a great draft.

 

 

I'm going to go out on a limb and say it's already been decided the Celtics will get a top 3 pick in the lottery, even if they finish with the 14th overall record.

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If the boston fuging celtics get Wiggins I am going to be pissed off

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I'm going to go out on a limb and say it's already been decided the Celtics will get a top 3 pick in the lottery, even if they finish with the 14th overall record.

 

I cannot disagree.

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Celtics get pick one, Lakers get pick 2, Hornets get pick three. At least next year should be loaded and three will be a good player...

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Celtics get pick one, Lakers get pick 2, Hornets get pick three. At least next year should be loaded and three will be a good player...

 

I dont care if we get pick no5, but if the Lakers or Celtics land in the top 5 Ima murder someone.

Wiggins is the prospect everyone wants, but there's also other very good players. Let's hope that Jabari do enters the Draft. Many thinks he might stay for a 2nd year at Duke. He's a humble kid that may rather work on his crafts and aim for a degree rather than entering the league after one season.

 

(1) Wiggins

(2) Parker

(3) Smart

(4) Randle

(5) Gordon

 

I'd take anyone one of them!

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So the official parameters of the trade were...

 

Brooklyn Receives: Kevin Garnett, Paul Pierce, and Jason Terry

Boston Receives: Gerald Wallace, Kris Humphries, Reggie Evans, Kieth Bogans (sign and trade), 2014 first rounder, 2016 first rounder, and 2018 first rounder

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I will definitely go to a BuzzCats/Nets game...

 

PG: Deron Williams, MarShon Brooks, Tyshawn Taylor

SG: Joe Johnson, Jason Terry

SF: Paul Pierce, Kris Joseph

PF: Kevin Garnett, Mira Teletovic, Tornike Shengelia

C: Brook Lopez, Mason Plumlee

 

They will a huge threat to Miami.

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So the official parameters of the trade were...

 

Brooklyn Receives: Kevin Garnett, Paul Pierce, and Jason Terry

Boston Receives: Gerald Wallace, Kris Humphries, Reggie Evans, Kieth Bogans (sign and trade), 2014 first rounder, 2016 first rounder, and 2018 first rounder

 

Any word on protections?

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