Found February 24, 2012 on
Rondo, totally sick of media, deadpans: "I don't want to start any trade rumors but Kendrick Perkins is getting traded back to the Celtics."— Ben Golliver (@blazersedge) February 24, 2012
So.. this is kind of out of left field. Who knows how much credence there is to this, knowing Rondo he was probably kidding. The Perk trade certainly has not gone away as a topic of discussion among Celtics fans and you would have to wonder, if Danny tried to get Perk back, who the Celtics would give up in a deal to get Perkins back in green.
If I had to guess, I would say it'd be Ray Allen and Jermaine O'Neal, for Perkins and something else. That's complete speculation though..
Thanks to "Yu" in the shoutbox for the find.
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