David Aldridge talks vaguely about the Celtics needing another big man and having a surplus of guards.
Lee agreed to four-year, $21 million contract in a sign-and-trade deal that sent him from Houston to Boston in a three-way trade also involving Portland. But he's shooting just 28.6 percent from 3-point range this season, well off his career mark of 38.6 percent (and way off last season's 40.1 percent behind the arc). And with Jason Terry in tow and Avery Bradley close to making his return from shoulder surgeries in the summer, the Celtics -- looking hard for one more big man -- have one off-guard too many.
Zach Lowe has a low cost option that won't exactly make anyone too excited.
Odom and Turiaf have surpassed Hollins in the rotation, meaning Hollins could be available on the cheap for a team seeking an additional big man; Boston comes to mind as a potential suitor, since the coaching staff is familiar with Hollins’s game from last season. The Clips’ bench units are absolutely blitzing teams right now, but Odom and Turiaf are limited players, and the team might look around for an upgrade somewhere.
Not sure Hollins is that much of an upgrade to someone like Chris Wilcox but he might make more sense on defense.
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