Realistically the celtics dont have much of a chance unless Paul Pierce, Ray Allen, And KG turn it on and do that quick. Now the thing about blowing up the big three is a little soon because you must let things play out. Don't blow this team up until the absolute latest (Trade deadline). The reason being is you want to see where you are and if the celtics were to be right around a 4 or 5 seed then there's hope. Now if there an 8 seed or 7 seed or a team thats in and out of the playoff contention then trade Ray and Kevin and see what you can get. Now say if you are a 5 seed you must know what kind of 5 seed you are. Are you the four or five seed that could put up a run, and if you are then you must get a guy like Ben Gordon or a guy that can play down low and significantly improve your front court (Luis Scola). But I just think unless something drastic happens wear the celtics go on a mission and finish the season as a solid 4 seed and on a high note I think you trade Ray for a draft pick or a young Shooting guard and Kg for a draft pick or young a big man. The best scenrio is getting a guy like JJ Reddick for Ray because the Magic are going to be in the playoffs and Ray could deffinetly help out that team. Or you trade KG to Miami to toughen them up down low, or KG and Ray to New York for the season because there contracts are up after this year so you trade them both there for Landry Fields and a pick or something around those lines. The Knicks to me seem like the perfect team bcause these guys are old and there contracts are up at the end of the year and the knicks play little to no defense at all and a little defense and veteran leadership would really help the Knicks and, and the celtics because Fields is so young he would be here a while and Ray and Kevin are only going to be there a half a season when you've already given up on the year and they won't hurt you down the road.
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