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I mean, I know we're over the cap right? But is there a way we can sign anybody else or can we make a trade? I know Marion is out there. I don't know about you guys but I'd rather get an 8 seed than a high draft pick. I think team confidence/chemistry are underrated and getting into the playoffs would do great for those aspects and especially for the following year when PG comes back. But, what are our options for now?
Allows a team that is over the cap to acquire a replacement for a disabled player who will be out for either the remainder of that season (for in-season injuries/deaths) or the next season (if the disability occurs during the offseason). The maximum salary of the replacement player is either 50% of the injured player's salary, or the mid-level exception for a non-taxpaying team, whichever is less. This exception requires an NBA-designated doctor to verify the extent of the injury. Under the 2005 CBA, a team could sign a player under this exception for five years; the 2011 CBA now allows this only for one year.
I didn't know getting to game 7 in a weak *** conference was an accomplishment. and how long did it take? 3 years? SMH at some of your standards of winning.
Let me know what decade Boston plans to be competitive again. Their last forray into tanking went horribly until they were inexplicably bailed out by two teams in a hurry to unload a pair of hall of famers. They can stockpile draft picks all they want, but they have to get lucky enough to stumble on to a superstar for it to make any difference. It's a lot harder than it sounds.
It wasn't about being the team everyone loved, it was about beating the teams everyone else loved.
Division Champions 1955, 1956, 1988, 1989, 1990, 2002, 2003, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008
Conference Champions 1955, 1956, 1988, 2005
NBA Champions 1989, 1990, 2004
Let me know what decade Boston plans to be competitive again. Their last forray into tanking went horribly until they were inexplicably bailed out by two teams in a hurry to unload a pair of hall of famers.
typical stat. changes the subject cause he's
has no ammo.
They won 56 games with the same roster that won 49 a year ago and 42 the season before that. They could easily have won 60 if their chemistry didn't fail them.
Oh right...you think chemistry is make-believe, too.
coulda woulda shoulda blah blah blah.
they could have went undefeated but the fact remains.. they lost in the same way they did the year prior. no growth. zero. none.
are you saying regular season wins mean more than how far you advance in the post season?
I know Detroit never wins titles in anything anymore but are you really serious with this bs?
and LMAO at a pistons fan going after the celtics for their management.
What does being a fan of a certain team have to do with someone's ability to judge another team's management? So because he's a fan of a certain team you believe has made poor management decisions means that he cannot judge or assess anyone else? That's about the stupidest thing I've read here all off-season.