Jasper Smith

Commentary on politics, economics, culture and sports.

Overheard on a Celtics online discussion board

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Somebody made the point that, even if things don’t turn out all that well for Danny Ainge’s rebuilding strategy, the Boston Celtics will actually be in a pretty good position to quickly rebound back into contention. Why? Because each of the three monster contracts they’re currently paying will become extremely valuable commodities  entering their respective final years. So, if, say, Garnett doesn’t quite work out, somebody’s bound to want to unload a younger, talented player in the middle of a multi-year deal to Boston in exchange for the Ticket’s expiring contract (which comes off the cap as it expires, thereby freeing up megadollars that can be used to sign a top player).

Is it possible that Danny Ainge has gone from goat to Auerbachian genius in just a few months?

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Written by Jasper

August 23, 2007 at 10:19 pm

Posted in Boston, Sports

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  1. Or they, could, um, just use the newly freed-up cap space themselves, when the time comes, to sign players.

    Nowitzki

    August 25, 2007 at 5:25 pm


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