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Re: What is your ideal and realistic team next season?
« Reply #165 on: May 25, 2019, 07:56:09 PM »

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Realistic, right? Realistic teams?!?!

I am usually an optimist, but when I just take a look at the totality of what went down last year and look at the likelihoods of a lot of things going on around the league, the less positive I feel about Kyrie and Davis being here next year.

Realistic:

Starters:
Smart
Brown
Tatum
Hayward
Baynes

Bench:
Williams
Morris
Ojeleye
1sr round pick
1st round pick
MLE Player
Player pick up in Horford trade
Player picked up in Horford trade

Rozier, Irving, Theis, Wanamaker all walk.
Morris re-signs
Baynes opts in.
Horford opts in and requests a trade and Danny trades him getting back a couple players and a 1st rounder
Yabusele is dumped.

The rebuild continues. Sigh!!!!☹️
This team could be in NBA purgatory(complete mediocrity) for a decade if Brown and Tatum don't take major, major leaps forward in their games in the next 2-3 years.

It's really possible what you're saying will happen.

Hopefully your scenario will not become a reality.

But if indeed your scenario comes true, we can blame it on trying to be good too fast.

What I mean is the Celts tried to become a playoff team faster than they should have.

When Ainge traded Pierce and KG in 2013, the Celts were supposed to be in the lottery for the next 3 years.

But the Celts only became a lottery team in 2014.

The following season, Celts became a playoff team in 2015 when they got Isaiah in a trade.

What I'm saying is the Celts were unable to get a franchise player in the draft because they were never bad enough to end up with a top 3 pick.

Re: What is your ideal and realistic team next season?
« Reply #166 on: May 26, 2019, 10:47:54 PM »

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Starter
     Smart
     Brown
     Tatum
     Horford
     Vucevic

Bench
     Beverly
     Thybulle
     Hayward
     Morris
     TimeLord

     Larkin
     Cam Johnson
     Ojeleye
     Baynes
     Mitchell Robinson
     
    * Sign FA Beverly and Larkin
    * Trade Rozier for Vucevic
    * S/T Irving to Knick for Robinson plus Future Pick
    * Draft Thybulle/Johnson
    * Draft and Stash Doumbaya/Bitadze

 
     

Re: What is your ideal and realistic team next season?
« Reply #167 on: May 26, 2019, 10:59:15 PM »

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Re: What is your ideal and realistic team next season?
« Reply #168 on: May 26, 2019, 11:32:09 PM »

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Draft the Clippers Pick and our own and select Thybulle and Alexander Walker
S+T Rozier for Davis and in a "separate" deal send Tatum, Williams, Yabu. #14, Memphis first, Celtics first in 2022.
Re sign Irving
Re Sign Morris
MLE Beverly

Irving/Beverly/Walker
Smart/Thybulle
Hayward/Brown/Semi
Davis/Morris
Horford/Baynes/Theis

Re: What is your ideal and realistic team next season?
« Reply #169 on: May 26, 2019, 11:45:24 PM »

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What I'm saying is the Celts were unable to get a franchise player in the draft because they were never bad enough to end up with a top 3 pick.

Uh, Jaylen Brown and Jayson Tatum were both top 3 picks. Both have the potential to develop into franchise players.

Re: What is your ideal and realistic team next season?
« Reply #170 on: May 27, 2019, 09:07:45 AM »

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Draft the Clippers Pick and our own and select Thybulle and Alexander Walker
S+T Rozier for Davis and in a "separate" deal send Tatum, Williams, Yabu. #14, Memphis first, Celtics first in 2022.
Re sign Irving
Re Sign Morris
MLE Beverly

Irving/Beverly/Walker
Smart/Thybulle
Hayward/Brown/Semi
Davis/Morris
Horford/Baynes/Theis

Please no to morris

Cant rebound and shoots too much

Re: What is your ideal and realistic team next season?
« Reply #171 on: June 05, 2019, 04:24:01 PM »

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My plan to build a long-standing perennial championship team.

Trade Tatum, Brown, Smart, Sac pick for Anthony Davis (yes thatís a lot but we save the Memphis pick for something else).

Trade Horford and the Clippers pick for Capella.

Trade Hayward, Memphis pick, our pick for Beal.

Resign KI, MLE a defensive wing, draft Admiral in the second round.  Sign ring chasing vets.

Kyrie/Beal/MLE/AD/Capella

Admiral/ring chasers

2019 historical draft.  Pick 12

Tim Duncan, Oscar Robertson, Elgin Baylor, Scottie Pippen, Willis Reed, Mitch Richmond, Sam Jones, Dan Majerle, Bob Cousy, Rasheed Wallace, Shawn Kemp, Marcus Camby

Re: What is your ideal and realistic team next season?
« Reply #172 on: June 05, 2019, 04:24:44 PM »

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Setting aside the rest of your post, there's no way that Hayward plus the Memphis pick gets you Beal.
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Re: What is your ideal and realistic team next season?
« Reply #173 on: June 05, 2019, 05:00:08 PM »

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Setting aside the rest of your post, there's no way that Hayward plus the Memphis pick gets you Beal.

I read it on a Wizards page, if they wanted to tank for a few seasons itís the best option. 
2019 historical draft.  Pick 12

Tim Duncan, Oscar Robertson, Elgin Baylor, Scottie Pippen, Willis Reed, Mitch Richmond, Sam Jones, Dan Majerle, Bob Cousy, Rasheed Wallace, Shawn Kemp, Marcus Camby

Re: What is your ideal and realistic team next season?
« Reply #174 on: June 05, 2019, 05:17:40 PM »

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Setting aside the rest of your post, there's no way that Hayward plus the Memphis pick gets you Beal.

I read it on a Wizards page, if they wanted to tank for a few seasons itís the best option.

You seriously think the Wizards would take that deal? Come on man.....
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Re: What is your ideal and realistic team next season?
« Reply #175 on: June 05, 2019, 06:09:13 PM »

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Setting aside the rest of your post, there's no way that Hayward plus the Memphis pick gets you Beal.

I read it on a Wizards page, if they wanted to tank for a few seasons itís the best option.

You seriously think the Wizards would take that deal? Come on man.....

 Not unless they think Memphis is going to mini-tank for the next 2 years, I just wanted discussion. What would it take to land Beal and do you think the Celtics could trade for both this offseason?
2019 historical draft.  Pick 12

Tim Duncan, Oscar Robertson, Elgin Baylor, Scottie Pippen, Willis Reed, Mitch Richmond, Sam Jones, Dan Majerle, Bob Cousy, Rasheed Wallace, Shawn Kemp, Marcus Camby

Re: What is your ideal and realistic team next season?
« Reply #176 on: June 05, 2019, 06:16:34 PM »

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Setting aside the rest of your post, there's no way that Hayward plus the Memphis pick gets you Beal.

I read it on a Wizards page, if they wanted to tank for a few seasons itís the best option.

You seriously think the Wizards would take that deal? Come on man.....

 Not unless they think Memphis is going to mini-tank for the next 2 years, I just wanted discussion. What would it take to land Beal and do you think the Celtics could trade for both this offseason?

It's going to take a star prospect most likely Brown, cap filler and 1-2 1st round picks, probably Memphis or Clippers + Celtics picks.

If LAL was going after Beal, it would take at least Ingram, Hart, and either Ball or Kuzma to even get the conversation started. Plus a first round pick.

Beal may not be on the same level as AD, but he's signed for a reasonably nice max contract for 3 years. Any SG that can average 25/5/4 isn't someone to sneeze at, that's a young All-Star just entering his prime.
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Re: What is your ideal and realistic team next season?
« Reply #177 on: June 05, 2019, 06:27:04 PM »

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My ideal team is something like (and while I think this is realistic, it isn't all that likely)

3 Team Trade
Pelicans acquire - Tatum, T. Johnson, Yabu, Memphis, 6
Suns acquire - Smart, 14, 22
Celtics acquire - Davis

Draft high risk high reward player at 20 (maybe Clarke, Bol, Johnson, etc. - i.e. someone that falls)
Opt-in or Re-sign - Horford
Re-Sign - Irving, Morris, Baynes

Sign - Rubio (MLE), Vet Min. SG (Carter, Rivers, Clark, Brewer, etc.)


So team

PG - Irving, Rubio
SG - Brown, VET FA
SF - Hayward, Morris
PF - Davis, Theis
C - Horford, Baynes, Williams
with the rookie, Semi, and others like that in the GLeague or deep bench
« Last Edit: June 05, 2019, 06:38:27 PM by Moranis »
Historical Draft - Portland Trailblazers
PG - Magic Johnson, Tony Parker
SG - Clyde Drexler, Dennis Johnson, Alvin Robertson
SF - James Worthy, Alex English
PF - Charles Barkley, Ben Wallace
C - Moses Malone, George Mikan, Brad Daugherty

Re: What is your ideal and realistic team next season?
« Reply #178 on: June 05, 2019, 07:10:33 PM »

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If you asked me today on 6/5/19 what was going to happen, I would guess that Kyrie signs with one of the New York teams and Danny trades for AD anyway.

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Re: What is your ideal and realistic team next season?
« Reply #179 on: June 19, 2019, 12:00:53 PM »

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well, alot of these were off the mark. lol

So Let me be the first to lay out my new ideal offseason.

Offer a contract of 25 mill to Vooch, once he accepts and orlando undoubtedly reject, offer them a sign and trade of Hayward and pick 14 for Vooch and Augustine.

Orlando adds a vet swing to help with the young bucks, add a pick as well as maintain their space.

Fultz
Hayward
Gordon
Isaac
Bamba

Next, with the same capspace offer a contract of 22 mill to Brogdon, and 10 mill to Bryant.

Team next year

Brogdon/Augustine
Brown/Smart
Tatum/Thybulle - 22
Vucevic/Clarke-20/Yabu
Bryant/Baynes/Williams

wpuld need some filler contracts at the pg/sg/sf spots though

 

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