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Nick Lantz is a Featured Columnist for Bleacher Report covering the New England Patriots. He completed the 2013 Winter Sports Writing Internship and covered the NFL, NCAAF, NCAAB, NBA and MLB. Nick graduated from Temple University with a B.A. in Communication Studies with a focus on Contemporary Media Environments. He is also a Sports Information Assistant at Post University.
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With the trade happening Friday and then seeing what's where and possible big man from Spain coming, im assuming there will be some more trades. Humphries, wallace, bass any or everyone besides Olynyk, Green, Sullinger and im going to say Rondo should be on watch. Anyways what type of player/players can be expected back to Boston in a trade to rid salary or roster spots. I believe 1 of 2 Nets players will be gone before season. Humphries or Wallace. Your thoughts?
So Boston traded away the old vets. Im sad but excited! Looks like if they break it down into separate deals Boston will get the ever so popular trade exception (which I want). Question is does Boston want a Josh Smith or Eric Gordon or Millsap or Jefferson? I think they do. Then in season gut the expiring contracts etc. Any team Boston puts on the floor won't be defensive giants imo so a non playoff team with any sort of FA this offseason will still happen. Your thoughts?
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Nick, I want to invite you to look at my Patriots blog. I'm retired and only care about the Pats to write about the. I'd always welcome your feedback. TomtalksPatriotsfootball.blogspot.com. Keep pounding those keys....Tom
Whats the thoughts on Boston offseason? My gut feeling is that Pierce wants Boston to move on since they are at a good place with Rondo, Sullinger, Bradley and Green core. Its just that the hands are tied to build around that. I know Josh Smith may not be the guy to best suit Boston but if that is what is out there this offseason then Boston needs to jump at the chance.
You're welcome. I guess we will find out very soon who they end up drafting. I am just hoping they don't make a surprise pick at wide receiver in the same sense Tavon Wilson was a surprise pick. He may work out but I'd rather see the obvious happen at a position they have struggled to develop. At least the first of them if they draft two total.