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Old Today, 04:38 PM   #2001
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Question: Has anyone heard if the contracts for Ty Terry and Tyler Bey are going to be 4 years, where the mavs have to chip in part of their MLE $ to make that work?
I'm pretty sure the plan is to give Terry a part of the MLE for a 4 year deal

I don't know about Bey
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I like Covington I wouldn't have been opposed to that deal but it worked out best for both teams. Rockets ended up getting 2 1st rounders for him.
Seth and 31, sure. Not worth the 18th pick.

Interesting that the Mavs were actively shopping Curry. Wonder if the mysterious injury woes had mostly to do with it...
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Celtics are kinda screwed. They have 4 good players and a bunch of JAGs
Everyone thought the Celtics were in perfect position a few years ago when they had all those first round picks. Seems like Ainge kept holding out for a bigger better deal and the window passed. They had some many assets at one time.
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I can't believe the Celtics mishap with the Hayward situation isn't getting more media coverage honestly.

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I mean I've sat on it a few days and I still can't believe Ainge didn't leap at the chance to swap Hayward for Turner. I would have been falling out of my chair to do that and instead he wanted more?!?!? I swear... He is massively overrated as a GM.
The mishap would've been them doing that. Let Hayward go for nothing especially if he wants that type of contract.....I like Turner but I don't know if I like him at his salary.
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Everyone thought the Celtics were in perfect position a few years ago when they had all those first round picks. Seems like Ainge kept holding out for a bigger better deal and the window passed. They had some many assets at one time.
He did screw up but they hit on Jaylen Brown, Tatum and Smart. They have a great foundation. Much easier to build with that core. Hitting on Tatum has bought them some time.
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Seth and 31, sure. Not worth the 18th pick.

Interesting that the Mavs were actively shopping Curry. Wonder if the mysterious injury woes had mostly to do with it...
Im going with injuries NOT mostly to do with the trade. It's fairly obvious that Curry is just a specialist, a One trick pony. They need 2 way players. The injuries were likely part of it too, but even healthy he is a liability in our rotation except for when you feed him open 3 looks.
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Seth and 31, sure. Not worth the 18th pick.

Interesting that the Mavs were actively shopping Curry. Wonder if the mysterious injury woes had mostly to do with it...
Oh its worth it as of now. I think we have a tendency to create value with draft picks but we don't know what that #18th pick will become. Now if he becomes even a solid rotational 3 and D guy then I'd say it was worth not doing it.

Covington is a better player than Richardson but I don't think he's that much better to trade all of that for him. I'd rather trade less and get Richardson no doubt.

I think with Curry he's basically their only trade asset. If you say KP and Luka aren't being traded then what else do you have to trade?

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Im going with injuries NOT mostly to do with the trade. It's fairly obvious that Curry is just a specialist, a One trick pony. They need 2 way players. The injuries were likely part of it too, but even healthy he is a liability in our rotation except for when you feed him open 3 looks.
Naw I can't say he's a liability. He was never that bad. I just think what it comes down to is the perfect situation. Rockets needed a shooter and Sixers needed one for sure. Desperate teams trying to salvage this playoff run they are currently on.
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