Kyrie Irving to the Celtics for Isaiah Thomas and more

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bobby Axelrod View Post
    They threw in a 2020 second round pick via Miami.
    That pick will be HUGE in Cleveland's rebuilding process...
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    Quote Originally Posted by SnottieDrippen View Post
    That pick will be HUGE in Cleveland's rebuilding process...
    Maybe the next Alpha Kaba?

    By the way, the Celtics had four second round picks this year. I wonder how many of those will even make their team

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    Quote Originally Posted by Voice of Reason View Post
    Maybe the next Alpha Kaba?

    By the way, the Celtics had four second round picks this year. I wonder how many of those will even make their team
    One: Semi Ojeleye, because he isn't a guard and Crowder is gone, freeing up some minutes for another wing. Plus, I really want to learn how to pronounce his name. It looks like a lot of fun.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SnottieDrippen View Post
    One: Semi Ojeleye, because he isn't a guard and Crowder is gone, freeing up some minutes for another wing. Plus, I really want to learn how to pronounce his name. It looks like a lot of fun.
    Semi Oj-a-lay

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    I am not as big of IT Jr. fan as most. He has a ceiling and I am not sure his style fits well with Cleveland. I guess you could argue he is just a small version of Kyrie, but I would much rather take the 7 inches taller version of whatever that is. Crowder does add some depth. And who knows with draft picks or the foreign prospect?

    I look at the teams as they are constructed today, because I don't feel LeBron will be there this time next year. Boston got better, Cleveland took a step back. You have to evaluate the trade value upon if you feel this will be enough to make LeBron want to hang around into his 16th season and beyond. Not seeing it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by UKMustangFan View Post
    Semi Oj-a-lay
    I prefer O-hell-yeh.

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