Official: J. Crawford (Was) to Celtics

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Who won the trade

Boston
14
74%
Washington
2
11%
Both
0
No votes
Neither
3
16%
 
Total votes: 19

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Re: Official: J. Crawford (Was) to Celtics 

Post#16 » by youngthegiant » Fri Feb 22, 2013 7:06 pm

wasn't collins in their rotation, now they have no bigs.
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Re: Official: J. Crawford (Was) to Celtics 

Post#17 » by WizardsWorld » Fri Feb 22, 2013 9:05 pm

youngthegiant wrote:wasn't collins in their rotation, now they have no bigs.



They can pick up some random guy off the street in Boston and hes bound to be better than Collins...
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Re: Official: J. Crawford (Was) to Celtics 

Post#18 » by Wasabi_Johnson » Fri Feb 22, 2013 9:32 pm

WizardsWorld wrote:
youngthegiant wrote:wasn't collins in their rotation, now they have no bigs.



They can pick up some random guy off the street in Boston and hes bound to be better than Collins...

Its a crime how much money this guy has made in the NBA for essentially being 7 feet.
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Re: Official: J. Crawford (Was) to Celtics 

Post#19 » by Golabki » Fri Feb 22, 2013 10:05 pm

Wasabi_Johnson wrote:
WizardsWorld wrote:
youngthegiant wrote:wasn't collins in their rotation, now they have no bigs.



They can pick up some random guy off the street in Boston and hes bound to be better than Collins...

Its a crime how much money this guy has made in the NBA for essentially being 7 feet.

He made money for being a great low post defender. He's a pure specialist. Perkins' made 10 times as much, with basically the same skill set.

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