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As http://t.co/RaBdzfDk2O says, Celts/Mavs talked some Rondo. Celtics like Larkin, but how do Mavs take contracts and keep space for Howard? — Adrian Wojnarowski (@WojYahooNBA) June 29, 2013Mavs would love having Rajon Rondo to chase Dwight Howard, but Boston needs Dallas to take multiple contracts off its books, sources say.— Adrian Wojnarowski (@WojYahooNBA) June 29, 2013 This trade would make a ton of sense for the Mavericks and much less sense for the Celtics. Yes, the Mavericks would love to pair Howard, Dirk, and Rondo all together and if anyone can get creative enough to make it happen it's Mark Cuban. Truth is though that Chris Paul is very likely staying with the Clippers and the Mavericks odds of signing Dwight Howard are low. So who might be the the 3rd best player available? One Rajon Rondo. Shane Larkin definitely isn't worth Rondo. The package that was worth Rondo, Philly scooped up when they traded Jrue Holiday for Nerlens Noel and a 2014 1st rounder. N...
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According to Sekou Smith on nba.com, Rajon Rondo might not want to stick around with the new Celtics.
Ray Allen was the first to leave, bolting for Miami and another title in free agency last summer. Rivers opted for a chance to take the Clippers to the same plateau he reached with the Celtics in the final six of his nine seasons with the team. Ainge is clearly trying to make the...
The Celtics may not be done making moves.
The Mavericks have contacted the Celtics about Rajon Rondo, according to DallasBasketball.com. Dallas just drafted point guard Shane Larkin out of Miami, who the the Celtics showed interest in during the pre-draft process, according to Alex Kennedy of HoopsWorld.
The Celtics have already parted with Kevin Garnett, Paul Pierce, Jason Terry...
Josh Smith has been a player of much debate among Celtics fans. Some would love to bring Smith in to Boston and watch him and his best friend Rajon Rondo connect on alley-oops all game. Others? They're fine without him.
Smith is commanding a max contract right now, something many are hesitant to give him. Currently, he's meeting with Detroit but the Celtics are also said...
Word around the league is that Rajon Rondo is not exactly the building block for the Boston Celtics’ reconstruction project. While GM Danny Ainge admitted at the NBA Draft that the team wasn’t looking to trade Rondo at this point in time, it looks like Ainge wasn’t completely honest. Rumors have been floating that the [...]
It’s been awhile since we had some meaningful basketball at the Palace and it’s also been awhile since the Pistons have had a player other teams feared.
Simply put it’s time to remedy both those problems and Rajon Rondo could be the guy to do that for Detroit. And since Rondo could in a sense help revive basketball in the Motor City here’s why the Pistons need to explore...
Rajon Rondo, who was upset after seeing Kevin Garnett and Paul Pierce dealt, wants Josh Smith in Boston. They were teammates in high school.
— Alex Kennedy (@AlexKennedyNBA) July 1, 2013The Detroit Pistons are meeting with Josh Smith tonight, as @WojYahooNBA tweeted. The Boston Celtics are also expected to pursue Smith.
— Alex Kennedy (@AlexKennedyNBA) July 1, 2013
If Danny Ainge...
Recent reports have Dallas in talks with Boston about acquiring all-star point guard Rajon Rondo.
Well, Celtics Nation, you knew this day was inevitable. The minute the Celtics created the Big Three of Paul Pierce, Kevin Garnett, and Ray Allen in 2008, you knew that it would be an exciting but limited ride. The night of the 2013 NBA Draft effectively ended a six year period where Celtics basketball became relevant again, as the Green (a team currently without a head coach after...
The Celtics are in the process of dismantling their
championship-caliber core, with the shuffling off to Brooklyn of
Paul Pierce and Kevin Garnett for future draft picks. Part of the
strip-down: What sources tell DallasBasketball.com and
FoxSportsSouthwest.com are talks that could result in a trade of
All-Star point guard Rajon Rondo to Dallas.
Exactly how bad do the Boston Celtics want to be in the 2013-2014 NBA campaign? Already heading into the off-season without former bench boss Doc Rivers, now with the Los Angeles Clippers and with a deal in principle that will send Kevin Garnett, Paul Pierce and Jason Terry to Brooklyn; would the Celtics part with their remaining All-Star? The “Boston Globe” reported on Saturday...
The Brooklyn Nets have reached an agreement with the Boston Celtics to acquire Kevin Garnett and Paul Pierce after Garnett agreed to waive his no-trade clause, reports Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo! Sports. The Nets
With Kevin Garnett and Paul Pierce headed out of town and Doc Rivers chilling on the beach in LA, there seems to be a bit of a fire sale going on right now in Boston. With nearly all of the original core of 2008 championship team gone, it’s only natural to ponder whether or not point guard Rajon Rondo is next.
Celtics GM Danny Ainge actually addressed it last night during the...
It looks like the Celtics are looking to really rebuild. First it was Doc Rivers leaving to coach the Los Angeles Clippers. Next it was Kevin Garnett and Paul Pierce going to play for the Brooklyn Nets. Now according to FoxSportsSouthwest.com it looks like the Celtics are talking with the Dallas Mavericks to trade Rajon Rondo.
With talks of Dwight Howard possible playing in Dallas...
Let me just save the thoughts for the Brooklyn - Boston trade for another day and dive right into the NBA Draft and what Danny Ainge brought to Boston with the lone first round pick he had.
So far, Danny's draft picks have been uneven for the most part - has has drafted our current point guard and face of the franchise in Rajon Rondo, our foremost defensive bulldog in Avery...
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Low-budget options will be the C’s norm for a while.
As one member of the organization cautioned last week, “We’ll be dealing with veteran minimum contracts this year and not much else. Next summer, we’ll...