Seems like the best time to trade for him while his stock is low
02-20-2013 11:26 AM
We're all into Bledsoe now...
David Thorpe just posted an article on ESPN Insider listing Utah as one of the 4 best possible destinations for Rondo.
I'm sure it's just all guesses at this point.
unlike bledsoe, theres no chance we get rondo without giving up either kanter/favors/burks/hayward
Danny Ainge has assured Rajon Rondo's agent that the Boston Celtics will not trade him.
Rondo has been linked to a possible trade in several reports.
Bill Duffy, Rondo's agent, spoke with Ainge on Wednesday.
Rondo is currently recovering from a torn ACL.
Asking price for Rondo is way high, we'd have to give up picks and at least two of our young core guys
Ken Berger: I'm told the "right deal" for Rondo would be: Dwight Howard, Chris Paul or a massive haul of assets like Denver got for Melo. Not happening. Twitter @KBergCBS
I'd like Rondo but I am not willing to give up say Hayward, Kanter, Carroll and the GS 1st founder. No sense gutting several positions of our future to take care of one.
They want Kanter and Hayward.
Then Garnett for Bledsoe.
Then Pierce for a few draft picks.
Basically, the Jazz team + what fans want the FO to trade for.
Put some respeck in my paycheck
PKM will kill me for this.. but here goes.
I think Bledsoe has the potential to be a more rounded PG than Rondo when it's said and done. He's hitting the 3's this season (for some reason). He can finish at the rim. He blocks shots. OK he's not an elite passer. But if you were to give me either Bledsoe or Rondo for free and start a franchise with? I'd take Bledsoe.
Sign Al in free agency and it's the Boston Jazz.
Originally Posted by franklin
I wouldn't want to give up any of the young 4 in exchange for Rondo, who will likely also be out at least half of next season. For Millsap or Jefferson and 2 draft picks, I would consider that.