Mike Gorman told Toucher and Rich Tuesday morning that Danny Ainge would be a great poker player, because he loves (trade) chips.
The Celtics front office has a long term plan in place to make their team a contender again, and first-year head coach Brad Stevens is in lock step with their decision making.
Celtics fans, would you rather be good down the road or competitive in the interim?
Adam Jones loves the move, because the deal accomplishes one of Danny’s goals heading into the season: shedding the remaining two years of Lee’s contract.
Coach Brad Stevens joined Gresh and Zolak his weekly chat and addressed the rumored Rajon Rondo trade proposal between the Celtics and the Kings.
Beat reporter Gary Washburn isn’t putting much stock into the rumored trade proposal mainly because the Celtics wouldn’t be getting the same value in return.
Adam breaks down the possibility of the rumored Rajon Rondo trade to the Sacramento Kings. His takeaway is that the Celtics can get a lot more for the All Star guard.
Jeff Green: is he a guy you can build around? Or is he simply a trade chip at this point?
According to a report out of the New York Daily News, the Knicks are desperate to land Celtics guard Rajon Rondo. Gresh and Mike Flynn discussed the possible trade on Monday’s show.
With the addition of four new players, and subtraction of five, the Celtics have a chemistry lesson to study for.