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“Realistically, I don’t see major changes coming,” said Ainge, well aware that market factors and the Rubik’s Cube difficulties of finding a transaction that meets the needs of two teams at the same time conspire against blockbuster trades.
“Of course we’re trying to get better, and any deal that was available that could help us, you obviously do that. But we’re not just trying to make any deal. We’re not selling the team off or anything like that. We’re trying to win with what we have right now. That’s got to be our first objective.”
Herald – Ainge: Too soon for big changes
Doc Rivers was doing his job when he put everyone on notice after the abysmal performance in Detroit. And now Danny Ainge is doing his job by easing up on the threat to move players who won’t adhere to the game plan. Who expects a GM to get fa