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Trade Thread #7: The Tide is Turning, but still Myles to go

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Re: Trade Thread #7: The Tide is Turning, but still Myles to go 

Post#2001 » by chrisab123 » Sat Nov 21, 2020 11:41 pm

Kemba For Three wrote:
reload141 wrote:
Read on Twitter


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Almost hope Terry ends up on a team with more spunk. He has too much edge to be on the Hornets.

but LOL LOL LOL Terry can't escape the great white man in Boston. :lol:


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Re: Trade Thread #7: The Tide is Turning, but still Myles to go 

Post#2002 » by AgentGreen » Sat Nov 21, 2020 11:41 pm

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Re: Trade Thread #7: The Tide is Turning, but still Myles to go 

Post#2003 » by SMTBSI » Sat Nov 21, 2020 11:41 pm

The Corey's wrote:
SMTBSI wrote:
The Corey's wrote:
Is that the same game where he tried to have a slam dunk in bams face?

Sorry man. The celtics being close was actually a anomaly to the series and not the given.

That's not how sports work. There aren't fake wins and fake shots and fake plays.

Miami was the better team. But them running us off the court is revisionist history.

You can't alter reality just by repeating things long and loud enough.


Yes. And the reality is that the celtics were outclassed and outplayed by a inferior team that started it's rebuild years after we did

Not outclassed. Yes outplayed. Miami was obviously not inferior.

Are we going to sit here and go "no u" forever?
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Re: Trade Thread #7: The Tide is Turning, but still Myles to go 

Post#2004 » by chrisab123 » Sat Nov 21, 2020 11:41 pm

BRUNiNHO91 wrote:
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SMTBSI wrote:You mean the series where if Tatum hits that buzzer beater in game one, we probably lead the series 3-2?

Miami won. Credit to them. They were better.

But the "it wasn't even close" take is so, so lazy.


Is that the same game where he tried to have a slam dunk in bams face?

Sorry man. The celtics being close was actually a anomaly to the series and not the given.


Are you ok? Like seriously?

We had double digit leads and 4th quarter leads in pretty much every game of that series. Aggregate score was tied..that series was extremely close and was actually 2-2 after gimpy Hayward came on board.. :lol:

Miami is better than us without Hayward, sure.. but it's very close.


How is it close when Miami smacked this team around without Hayward? Hell...with him too.
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Re: Trade Thread #7: The Tide is Turning, but still Myles to go 

Post#2005 » by The Corey's » Sat Nov 21, 2020 11:42 pm

BRUNiNHO91 wrote:
The Corey's wrote:
SMTBSI wrote:You mean the series where if Tatum hits that buzzer beater in game one, we probably lead the series 3-2?

Miami won. Credit to them. They were better.

But the "it wasn't even close" take is so, so lazy.


Is that the same game where he tried to have a slam dunk in bams face?

Sorry man. The celtics being close was actually a anomaly to the series and not the given.


Are you ok? Like seriously?

We had double digit leads and 4th quarter leads in pretty much every game of that series. Aggregate score was tied..that series was extremely close and was actually 2-2 after gimpy Hayward came on board.. :lol:

Miami is better than us without Hayward, sure.. but it's very close.


Agree to disagree.

I bet my signature we don't get out of the second round. Take it or leave boys.

I'd be willing to negotiate even the first round of we parlay it with wins.
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Re: Trade Thread #7: The Tide is Turning, but still Myles to go 

Post#2006 » by famadihana » Sat Nov 21, 2020 11:42 pm

Some of you are becoming unhinged. It’s time to get a grip.
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Re: Trade Thread #7: The Tide is Turning, but still Myles to go 

Post#2007 » by The Corey's » Sat Nov 21, 2020 11:43 pm

SMTBSI wrote:
The Corey's wrote:
SMTBSI wrote:That's not how sports work. There aren't fake wins and fake shots and fake plays.

Miami was the better team. But them running us off the court is revisionist history.

You can't alter reality just by repeating things long and loud enough.


Yes. And the reality is that the celtics were outclassed and outplayed by a inferior team that started it's rebuild years after we did

Not outclassed. Yes outplayed. Miami was obviously not inferior.

Are we going to sit here and go "no u" forever?



Whole thing ends when we all stop pretending like losing hayward for nothing is fine.

Which I will not waiver on.
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Re: Trade Thread #7: The Tide is Turning, but still Myles to go 

Post#2008 » by chrisab123 » Sat Nov 21, 2020 11:43 pm

I wonder if Rozier still thinks he's a top 5 PG or nah?
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Re: Trade Thread #7: The Tide is Turning, but still Myles to go 

Post#2009 » by MrGreenRunsDeep » Sat Nov 21, 2020 11:43 pm

chrisab123 wrote:
BRUNiNHO91 wrote:
The Corey's wrote:
Is that the same game where he tried to have a slam dunk in bams face?

Sorry man. The celtics being close was actually a anomaly to the series and not the given.


Are you ok? Like seriously?

We had double digit leads and 4th quarter leads in pretty much every game of that series. Aggregate score was tied..that series was extremely close and was actually 2-2 after gimpy Hayward came on board.. :lol:

Miami is better than us without Hayward, sure.. but it's very close.


How is it close when Miami smacked this team around without Hayward? Hell...with him too.

True that ... we lost Double Digit lead ... in few games vs Miami
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Re: Trade Thread #7: The Tide is Turning, but still Myles to go 

Post#2010 » by SMTBSI » Sat Nov 21, 2020 11:43 pm

Time for the thread to go out with a whimper.
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Re: Trade Thread #7: The Tide is Turning, but still Myles to go 

Post#2011 » by NuckyPowell » Sat Nov 21, 2020 11:43 pm

AgentGreen wrote:Main target should be Ibaka now. It's very quiet suddenly. Ainge's backup options probably signed their deals already.

I'd be good with either him or Baynes.
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Re: Trade Thread #7: The Tide is Turning, but still Myles to go 

Post#2012 » by Justgio76 » Sat Nov 21, 2020 11:43 pm

One more before the lock!!!
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Re: Trade Thread #7: The Tide is Turning, but still Myles to go 

Post#2013 » by SuperDeluxe » Sat Nov 21, 2020 11:43 pm

bucknersrevenge wrote:I'm gonna say the same thing in here that I said to someone else. I think that some of you are misreading the order of operations involved in a sign and trade. The "sign" comes first. A player has 48 hrs AFTER signing a new deal with his current team to figure out the parameters of salary matching. Check CBA rules. It's in there. They give you the 48 hr window to coordinate the trade with the new team for a reason. And the reason is, THE SIGNING COMES FIRST. Thus, if Hayward doesn't sign the new deal with Boston as proxy to the Pacers' FRO parameters, Danny and the Pacers FO really can't begin in earnest figuring out which players to agree on. Danny didn't get greedy or blow this. What's far more likely is that Hayward's agent explicitly TOLD Hayward not to sign ANYTHING until he did his job and his due diligence around the league. He shook the trees like a good agent and came back with Jordan's offer and then Hayward changed his mind when he saw it. This never really rose to the point where Danny could negotiate and blow anything.

That's an awesome, knowledgeable post. Maybe a TL;DR for those who have a problem with facts and long paragraphs?
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Re: Trade Thread #7: The Tide is Turning, but still Myles to go 

Post#2014 » by Darth Celtic » Sat Nov 21, 2020 11:43 pm

The Corey's wrote:
BRUNiNHO91 wrote:
The Corey's wrote:
Is that the same game where he tried to have a slam dunk in bams face?

Sorry man. The celtics being close was actually a anomaly to the series and not the given.


Are you ok? Like seriously?

We had double digit leads and 4th quarter leads in pretty much every game of that series. Aggregate score was tied..that series was extremely close and was actually 2-2 after gimpy Hayward came on board.. :lol:

Miami is better than us without Hayward, sure.. but it's very close.


Agree to disagree.

I bet my signature we don't get out of the second round. Take it or leave boys.

I'd be willing to negotiate even the first round of we parlay it with wins.

so, you aren't sticking with your first saying "Danny is gone by April, you heard it here first" wild statement? that was the one I wanted in on.
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Re: Trade Thread #7: The Tide is Turning, but still Myles to go 

Post#2015 » by SMTBSI » Sat Nov 21, 2020 11:43 pm

The Corey's wrote:
SMTBSI wrote:
The Corey's wrote:
Yes. And the reality is that the celtics were outclassed and outplayed by a inferior team that started it's rebuild years after we did

Not outclassed. Yes outplayed. Miami was obviously not inferior.

Are we going to sit here and go "no u" forever?

Whole thing ends when we all stop pretending like losing hayward for nothing is fine.

Which I will not waiver on.

Wow that's some whiplash.

I wasn't aware I was talking to you about how happy I was to lose Hayward for nothing.
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Re: Trade Thread #7: The Tide is Turning, but still Myles to go 

Post#2016 » by Justgio76 » Sat Nov 21, 2020 11:44 pm

We should go with giles resign wannamaker and call a day
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Re: Trade Thread #7: The Tide is Turning, but still Myles to go 

Post#2017 » by MrGreenRunsDeep » Sat Nov 21, 2020 11:44 pm

So how the F we get Turner?
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Re: Trade Thread #7: The Tide is Turning, but still Myles to go 

Post#2018 » by MrGreenRunsDeep » Sat Nov 21, 2020 11:45 pm

Didn’t Turner Follow bunch of Celtics players on Instagram ..
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Re: Trade Thread #7: The Tide is Turning, but still Myles to go 

Post#2019 » by chrisab123 » Sat Nov 21, 2020 11:45 pm

MrGreenRunsDeep wrote:So how the F we get Turner?


Cant afford him
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Re: Trade Thread #7: The Tide is Turning, but still Myles to go 

Post#2020 » by Celts17Pride » Sat Nov 21, 2020 11:45 pm

I would laugh my ass off if Ainge traded Kemba to Charlotte for Rozier and Zeller :lol: :lol:

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