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    I don't understand how you can say we don't take risks when we have Ron Artest on the team. That's enough risk for me right there.
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    He can drive to the basket as well as anyone on our team. When he was healthy he was hitting that 3 very well. And he is a good defender.

    So, he's an average NBA gaurd that's too short to play the 2 and lacking in skills to play the 1.

    He's easily replaceable especially since at his size he barely qualifies as a tweener.
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    Fred isn't an average NBA guard because he actually gives a damn when it comes to playing defense and winning games. I don't think he is as easily replaced as some think.

    Besides, until he actually complains about his back up role, I'm going to assume he is okay with it. He has never complained before.
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    Danny Granger > Gerald Green, As soon as the season starts Danny will be ready to back up Ron. It would have taken Gerald Green at least 2 years to make a real impact.
    Or develop knee problems and sit next to Bender.

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    ummm tora tora....how do you find all these ridiculous pics of hot girls for your avatar?

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    ummm tora tora....how do you find all these ridiculous pics of hot girls for your avatar?
    I don't recognize his new one, but his last one was Tiffany Teen, Internet Porn Sensation!

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    I don't recognize his new one, but his last one was Tiffany Teen, Internet Porn Sensation!

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    So, he's an average NBA gaurd that's too short to play the 2 and lacking in skills to play the 1.

    He's easily replaceable especially since at his size he barely qualifies as a tweener.
    He has been in the NBA for 3 years, give him a ****ing break.

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    I thought we had established at the last forum party that Fred Jones was the greatest SG ever...?

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    I thought we had established at the last forum party that Fred Jones was the greatest SG ever...?
    Poor man's Dwayne Wade is what I think you guys settled on.
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    Or develop knee problems and sit next to Bender.


    His knee is structurally fine! He just needs to rehab/hit the weight room for a few weeks!

    It isn't a big deal...
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    His knee is structurally fine! He just needs to rehab/hit the weight room for a few weeks!

    It isn't a big deal...
    You are right it isnt a big deal, its just that people on here want to make up some damn theory about how everything about this team is bad. No matter what happens with this team people on here will never be satisfied.

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    I thought we had established at the last forum party that Fred Jones was the greatest SG ever...?
    That's because he is
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    Celts pick's finger tale rings true
    By Jeff Goodman
    Friday, July 1, 2005 - Updated: 06:37 AM EST

    WALTHAM - There are a few theories floating around as to why Gerald Green tumbled down to the 18th pick in the NBA Draft.
    Here's one: Some NBA executives were wary of Green's right ring finger, which is about an inch short.
    When he was 11, Green was playing in his Houston home, where he had put up a makeshift hoop over a doorway. While wearing his mother's class ring, he caught the ring on a nail that was holding up the basket.
    ``I was trying to see how high I could jump,'' he said.
    Almost a decade later, Green's father, Gerald Sr., still cringes when talking about the accident.
    ``They couldn't re-attach it,'' the elder Green said. ``So they had to shave off part of his finger. I had nightmares about it.''
    ``It was amazing that no one (from the NBA teams) asked me about it,'' agent Andrew Vye said. ``I brought it up because I didn't want it to be a surprise to people when he was in Chicago (for pre-daft camp).''
    The only surprise was that Green was there at No. 18.




    Look at his right hand.
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    Look at his right hand.
    Yeah, I read about that on the Celtics forum when they drafted him. I meant to post about it over here, but didn't for some reason.

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