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If Posey was to come back to Boston it'd have to be after he first cleared waivers, then cleared through the bidding process between all the teams under the cap. I expect that with his age and lack of production he'll make it through clean... but do the Celtics actually want him?
Posey isn't the same player he was back in '07. He really only is taking three pointers at this point of his career, and only making between 31-33% of them. Then again there's always the fact that he knows Doc's system, he knows these guys, and once reunited with KG he would push those 35 old legs to their max.
BEST OF MAXIM
Only a couple of player reviews left, and it's only fitting that the second last one is that of arguably the second most important player on the Pacers last season, big man center Roy Hibbert.At a glance of his overall stats, Hibbert had a decent third season in the NBA, where he played in 81 games (80 starts), played 27.7 minutes a night and averaging 12.7 points, 7.5 rebounds...
The Los Angeles Lakers were left with a big void in front court depth when the team dealt versatile forward and reigning sixth man of the year Lamar Odom to the Dallas Mavericks. Apparently the Lakers are moving quickly to address that void and will sign free agent forward Josh McRoberts to a two year, [...]
The good news is that the Indiana Pacers signed power forward David West on Tuesday. The bad news is that they missed out on two opportunities to add some extra scoring punch.
The Indiana Pacers are about to have a new starting power forward.
The Indiana Pacers have reportedly agreed to terms with free agent forward David West.
INDIANAPOLIS - David West's agent says the former New Orleans Hornets power forward is joining the Indiana Pacers.
It was a couple of hours before Game 5 of the Eastern Conference playoff series between the Indiana Pacers and Chicago Bulls, and Pacers President Larry Bird was sitting courtside at the United Center, laying out his vision for the team he hoped to build.