Gasol to Celtics, Smith to Lakers, young players to Hawks

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Gasol to Celtics, Smith to Lakers, young players to Hawks 

Post#1 » by Hardcore6erFan » Wed Jan 23, 2013 3:53 am

Celtics out: Green, Bass, Sullinger, Melo
Celtics in: Gasol, Jamison, Johnson

Lakers out: Gasol, Jamison
Lakers in: Smith, Bass

Hawks out: Smith, Johnson
Hawks in: Green, Sullinger, Melo

I realize some picks would have to be included. This is just the frame work.

Celtics do this for one more title run.

Lakers do this for an athletic PF in Smith.

Hawks do this to get young talent for Smith.

Blast away.

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Re: Gasol to Celtics, Smith to Lakers, young players to Hawk 

Post#2 » by The Rebel » Wed Jan 23, 2013 3:56 am

Don't see the hawks taking back Green for smith, despite the hype sullinger and Fab Melo were late 1st round picks for a reason.
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Re: Gasol to Celtics, Smith to Lakers, young players to Hawk 

Post#3 » by ItBeBrianYo » Wed Jan 23, 2013 5:06 am

The Rebel wrote:Don't see the hawks taking back Green for smith, despite the hype sullinger and Fab Melo were late 1st round picks for a reason.


Sullinger was picked later only because teams feared about his back. He hasn't had 1 problem with his back or any type of injury while in Boston. But I agree the Hawks would be saying no..

Jeff Green is just awful, I don't know how some of my fellow celtic fans actually think "OH HE CAN STILL TURN IT AROUND".. at best he will get like 13 ppg and a couple boards.. not worth that contract.
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Re: Gasol to Celtics, Smith to Lakers, young players to Hawk 

Post#4 » by parson » Wed Jan 23, 2013 5:32 am

Hawks already said no to this earlier, I think in June.


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