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  • casey plunkett posted 866 days ago

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    correction; i looked it up and jenkins has declared for the draft

  • casey plunkett posted 866 days ago

    casey plunkett

    many teams will be looking for pg's so free agency may not be the best place to look for a back up pg. so i don't see a problem with drafting a pg.
    i'd much rather see boston draft a back court player rather than a big with their earliest pick.

    as you know i like terrence ross and perhaps boston could pickup the frenchman Evan Fournier if they are interested in a sg. i've only seen one mock were boston is projected at selecting fournier. i'm also a fan of john jenkins but i think he will finish college before declaring for the draft as there is a possibility that he can fall to the 2nd round.

    most guards in the draft are knocked on because most are projected to be spot up jump shooters. as most teams hope for the next "star" they are not interested in such sg's but since boston has the best facilitator in rondo i see no problem with acquiring simply a spot up jump shooter. a catch and shoot sg would be perfect for boston esp if that player is strong on the defensive end. in all honestly allen was little more than a spot up jump shooter ever since he's been in boston.

  • casey plunkett posted 866 days ago

    casey plunkett

    moore has never been a pg. before the draft he trained at Attack Athletics to become a combo guard. bradley never played the point until he had been stuck there out as result of injury last yr and this yr. he defends dominantly at the point but doesn't facilitate well and has failed to create his own offense from that position. both moore and bradley although undersized for the position are better suited for the 2

  • casey plunkett posted 870 days ago

    casey plunkett

    terrence ross is typically projected between 16 and 20. fab melo is from the late to even last pick in the draft. boston could very well get both players but they'd likely have to trade up for Ross. i doubt they will do so for any player but it is possible.
    as for john jenkins he may finish college but the celtics would be able to get him in the next draft.

    another player to look for in the next draft is myck kabongo

    http://www.nbadraft.net/2013mock_draft

    just recently kabongo fell to the celtics spot. these drafts just list players by slots and not "fit for team" but he'd be a good match for the celtics to be the point guard off the bench

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SqDpDYv7v54

    basically he undersized 6'1" and needs to pack on size but he plays for texas so he and bradley would have that in common and he's an AMAZING facilitator. unless boston drafts wroten jr in this draft they should definitely get kabongo in 2013

  • casey plunkett posted 886 days ago

    casey plunkett

    i like everything our saying. if i were boston's gm i select terrence ross with boston's pick and i'd select fab melo with the clippers pick. ross in time would replace allen and melo would replace the void left by perkins. i see those as being the best fit for boston.

  • casey plunkett posted 888 days ago

    casey plunkett

    ya man i agree with everything your saying. imo tony wroten jr could perhaps be boston 1st pick considering jones III and moultrie will likely be taken . they way the celtics draft and the way the go about free agency will have to coexist. if someone like jones is still available i'd think boston should most def resign kg. who better than to make sure jones keeps his game face on night in and night out than The Big Ticket? even if zeller is selected it may be even more important to bring back kg. kg being skinnier than most bigs he had to learn how to adapt his game, so hopefully he could pass down a lot to zeller. if there is a chance kg goes elsewhere or retires than zeller becomes a "NO GO". as you said if they get zeller there's no point to have johnson. boston would be to undersized and young for the league. to be honest DON'T like zeller at all. i see him being a good college player but an nba bust. i'd be fine with henson but not zeller.

    with boston's pick i'd even be ok with dion waiters. he's a guy that is sure to score off of the bench. boston has not had that in quite some time and that what delonte west was supposed to bring last yr. dion waiters wouldn't come in and replace anyone but as far as i'm concerned there's not one player that would be available for boston that would be a sure fire starter. for that reason i am big on dion waiters. in fact i'd love to see boston get dion waiters and fab melo in this draft. waiters with bostons own pick and melo with the clippers pick.

    ideally i want to see jones and john jenkins come to boston. since i predict moultrie and jones will be taken i'd like see terrence ross and fab melo come to boston. right now i'm bigger on who will play along side rondo in the back court more so than who plays the front court. this free agency is weak all around but next year paul millsap and jefferson will be free agents and wouuld be solid pickups for boston. hopefully either josh smith or dwight howard will be available. the sg pool is dry across the league and imo this is the position boston needs to address.
    Have you seen klay thompson play? already i think he is the best catch and shoot player in the league. as being a rookie with low playing time that is saying a lot. he would be the perfect person to take over ray allen's role. he and rondo hould be an amazing pair. rondo would feed him the ball exactly were he needs it. in golden state thompson will be just another player. in boston thompson would be a sure fire all time great shooter. considering kidd is number 3 on the all time list for 3's, i predict thompson becomes number 3 in due time. thompson although low profile needs to be targeted by boston. thompson has all the potential in the world but likely won't be accepted by the warriors fans any time soon as they are so overly upset about the ellis trade. golden state needs some scoring at the 4 and curry seems to never stay healthy so perhaps boston could could trade jajuan johnson, avery bradley and a future 2nd rounder for thompson. if the warriors gm really wants to replace ellis he'd throw tons of money at eric gordon. he is aggressive and is fun to watch. a good2nd choose for the warriors could be oj mayo. golden state could offer them a big contract and a starting role which would be important in mayo's case. because of how much i believe in thompson i'd be ok with boston giving up its pick and a future 2nd rounder to get klay thompson. that could possibly bring in thompson and fab melo to boston to play along side the big 4.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uyTj59vy8ws

    that's a good clip of thompson shooting.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=endscreen&NR=1&v=QkyRpn3mRqY

    if you can find 4 minutes this is a good clip. it shows a little of his shooting but more importantly it shows the relationship between him and his father. what i like most is that his dad tells him "shoot the ball klay. shoot the ball..." and that's exactly what doc and rondo would need from him.

    the reason i'm so BIG on thompson is that he's 6'7". play along side rondo he'd put up some of the best shooting numbers of all time. because of his ht and length playing under doc he's be a very solid defender. although playing with ray allen would be huge for his development i'd say he has the potential to be an all around better player. ya i said it. i won't predict thompson brakes allen 3pt record but in boston klay will be a better all around player.

    if gs is completely unwilling to let thompson go, boston takes either terrence ross with their pick or john jenkins with the clippers pick either way heping the 2guard position for boston. terrence ross would need ray allen's guidance more than thompson but at 6'6 he's the prototypical ht of a sg. he is a strong finisher and rebounder and his shooting ability makes him an good fit for boston and he'd surely be a starter in the nba in time. the only negative as far as a fit for boston is that he prefers not to catch and shoot.

    as for john jenkins quit simply he is a perfect fit for boston. at 6'4" he may not be a replacement for ray allen or even a starter in the nba but he is the best shooter in the draft and he'd be a very solid bench player. he is compared to jj redick but since redick is listed at 190lbs and jenkins out of college is listed at 215lbs i think jenkins actually has the body better fit for the nba. he would be a huge impact off of the bench and learning under sugar ray may very well guarantee him success in the nba.
    here's a clip that shows a still shot comparison of ray and john jenkins @ 1:30sec

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eWmM4fD7P9g

    if a shooting guard is selected with either pick signing ray allen for 2 yrs would be a smart move. he has stated that he'd take a pay cut and would be fine with coming off the bench.

  • casey plunkett posted 888 days ago

    casey plunkett

    ya man i agree with everything your saying. imo tony wroten jr could perhaps be boston 1st pick considering jones III and moultrie will likely be taken . they way they draft and the way the go about free agency have to coexist. if someone like jones is still available i'd think boston should most def resign kg. who better than to make sure jones keeps his game face on night in and night out than The Big Ticket. even if zeller is selected it may be even more important to bring back kg. kg being skinnier than most bigs had to learn how to adapt his game, so hopefully he could pass down a lot to zeller. if there is a chance kg goes elsewhere or retires than zeller becomes a "NO GO". as you said if they get zeller there's no point to have johnson. boston would be to undersized and young for the league.
    for crowder i like his mindset more than anything else. he's the type of player who goes hard all the time. considering he'd play the role currently held down by pavlovic and daniels i'd think in very little time he'd be able to contribute.
    with boston's pick i'd even be ok with dion waiters. he's a guy that is sure to score off of the bench. boston has not had that in quite some time and that what delonte west was supposed to bring last yr. dion waiters wouldn't come in and replace anyone but as far as i'm concerned there's not one player that would be available for boston that would be a sure fire starter. for that reason i am big on dion waiters. in fact i'd love to see boston get dion waiters and fab melo in this draft. waiters with bostons own pick and melo with the clippers pick.

    ideally i want to see jones and john jenkins come to boston. since i predict moultrie and jones will be taken i'd like see terrence ross and fab melo come to boston. right now i'm bigger on who will play along side rondo in the back court more so than who plays the front court. this free agency is weak all around but next year paul millsap and jefferson will be free agents and wouuld be solid pickups for boston. hopefully either josh smith or dwight howard will be available. the sg pool is dry across the league and imo this is the position boston needs to address.
    Have you seen klay thompson play? already i think he is the best catch and shoot player in the league. as being a rookie with low playing time that is saying a lot. he would be the perfect person to take over ray allen's role. he and rondo hould be an amazing pair. rondo would feed him the ball exactly were he needs it. in golden state thompson will be just another player. in boston thompson would be a sure fire all time great shooter. considering kidd is number 3 on the all time list for 3's, i predict thompson becomes number 3 in due time. thompson although low profile needs to be targeted by boston. thompson has all the potential in the world but likely won't be accepted by the warriors fans any time soon as they are so overly upset about the ellis trade. golden state needs some scoring at the 4 and curry seems to never stay healthy so perhaps boston could could trade jajuan johnson, avery bradley and a future 2nd rounder for thompson. if the warriors gm really wants to replace ellis he'd throw tons of money at eric gordon. he is aggressive and is fun to watch. a good2nd choose for the warriors could be oj mayo. golden state could offer them a big contract and a starting role which would be important in mayo's case. because of how much i believe in thompson i'd be ok with boston giving up its pick and a future 2nd rounder to get klay thompson. that could possibly bring in thompson and fab melo to boston to play along side the big 4.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uyTj59vy8ws

    that's a good clip of thompson shooting.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=endscreen&NR=1&v=QkyRpn3mRqY

    if you can find 4 minutes this is a good clip. it shows a little of his shooting but more importantly it shows the relationship between him and his father. what i like most is that his dad tells him "shoot the ball klay. shoot the ball..." and that's exactly what doc and rondo would need from him.

    the reason i'm so BIG on thompson is that he's 6'7". play along side rondo he'd put up some of the best shooting numbers of all time. because of his ht and length playing under doc he's be a very solid defender. although playing with ray allen would be huge for his development i'd say he has the potential to be an all around better player. ya i said it. i won't predict thompson brakes allen 3pt record but in boston klay will be a better all around player.

    if gs is completely unwilling to let thompson go, boston takes either terrence ross with their pick or john jenkins with the clippers pick either way heping the 2guard position for boston. terrence ross would need ray allen's guidance more than thompson but at 6'6 he's the prototypical ht of a sg. he is a strong finisher and rebounder and his shooting ability makes him an good fit for boston and he'd surely be a starter in the nba in time. the only negative as far as a fit for boston is that he prefers not to catch and shoot.

    as for john jenkins quit simply he is a perfect fit for boston. at 6'4" he may not be a replacement for ray allen or even a starter in the nba but he is the best shooter in the draft and he'd be a very solid bench player. he is compared to jj redick but since redick is listed at 190lbs and jenkins out of college is listed at 215lbs i think jenkins actually has the body better fit for the nba. he would be a huge impact off of the bench and learning under sugar ray may very well guarantee him success in the nba.
    here's a clip that shows a still shot comparison of ray and john jenkins @ 1:30sec

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eWmM4fD7P9g

  • casey plunkett posted 888 days ago

    casey plunkett

    ya man i agree with everything your saying. imo tony wroten jr could perhaps be boston 1st pick considering jones III and moultrie will likely be taken . they way they draft and the way the go about. if someone like jones is still available i'd think boston should most def resign kg. who better than to make sure jones keeps his game face on night in and night out than The Big Ticket. even if zeller is selected it may be even more important to bring back kg. kg being skinnier than most bigs had to learn how to adapt his game, so hopefully he could pass down a lot to zeller. if there is a chance kg goes elsewhere or retires than zeller becomes a "NO GO". as you said if they get zeller there's no point to have johnson. boston would be to undersized and young for the league.
    for crowder i like his mindset more than anything else. he's the type of player who goes hard all the time. considering he'd play the role currently held down by pavlovic and daniels i'd think in very little time he'd be able to contribute.
    with boston's pick i'd even be ok with dion waiters. he's a guy that is sure to score off of the bench. boston has not had that in quite some time and that what delonte west was supposed to bring last yr. dion waiters wouldn't come in and replace anyone but as far as i'm concerned there's not one player that would be available for boston that would be a sure fire starter. for that reason i am big on dion waiters. in fact i'd love to see boston get dion waiters and fab melo in this draft. waiters with bostons own pick and melo with the clippers pick.

    last thing; have you seen klay thompson play? already i think he is the best catch and shoot player in the league. as being a rookie with low playing time that is saying a lot. he would be the perfect person to take over ray allen's role. he and rondo hould be an amazing pair. rondo would feed him the ball exactly were he needs it. in golden state thompson will be just another player. in boston thompson would be a sure fire all time great shooter. considering kidd is number 3 on the all time list for 3's, i predict thompson becomes number 3 in due time. thompson although low profile needs to be targeted by boston. thompson has all the potential in the world but likely won't be accepted by the warriors fans any time soon as they are so overly upset about the ellis trade. golden state needs some scoring at the 4 so if boston got a pf with their pick i'd love to see boston trade that player for thompson and a future second rounder.

  • casey plunkett posted 893 days ago

    casey plunkett

    (you should actually read the longer piece i wrote below, if you ever find the time. trust me it's much more substantial and worth while than many articles floating around)

    just to let you know many mock drafts now have arnett moultrie being selected within the first 15 picks now. his stoick has grown very fast recently. i don't really know were your praise for terrence williams comes from he's averaged 4.6 pts and 2.3 boards per 6.3 minutes. those numbers aren't bad for such low minutes but i don't think boston should be in the business of signing untested nba players. drafted players come so much cheaper.

    with regards to the type of player such as terrence williams i think boston should place an emphasis on acquiring and early 2nd rounder for this draft (this part is definitely a continutation of the original write)
    as i said before this draft is overflowing with talented nba caliber players. at least the first 10 players selected in the 2nd round will have been quality ncaa players and even some bigs still left. every year teams make an unexpected move and take a risk on a relitevaly unknown overseas player. because of this even more 1st round caliber players will fall to the 2nd round.
    if boston could get an early 2nd round pick they should target Jae crowder. boston should aggressively hunt this guy down to make sure they get him. danny ainge should make a trade with a team the same way they selected marshon brooks on behalf of the new jersey nets this yr. i think there is a strong possibility crowder will be selected in the 1st round as he has so much potential but he is projected to either fall to the 2nd round partly because he's a senior and players that wait four years to declare for the draft are always under appreciated. landry fields is a good example of this. he's a forward at 6'6 so yes he's undersized but he's not skinny, actually he carries a good amount of muscle, and has wide shoulders which is a good indicator that he can gain more size. i"m sure gm's will likely pay into the fact that he's 6'6 more than necessary but danny ainge should not make the same mistake as crowder is averaging 8.1 rebounds a game. a very good comparison to jae crowder would be keneth faried "aka manimal". the long dreads are simply a coincidence. i feel faried was underrated in the last draft being selected with the 22nd overall pick. in college Faried broke Tim Duncan's modern-era (post-1973) Division I career rebounding mark of 1,570 rebounds. despite being a dominant post player faried fell to the 22nd overall pick likely because gm's felt he was was undersized. Already people are calling the manimal the next dennis rodman because of the energy he plays with and his ability to catch boards. boston should go for the player who may be the steal of the draft in jae crowder. i have to mention that jae crowder is no one trick pony; i've only mentioned his ability to rebound because of the comparison to faried in that regards. crowder is also an offensive threat as he's producing 17.4 pts per game and 2.1 assists this season.
    marquette is become a dark horse recently and they have a match against florida were they are the underdog. if marquette somehow scores and upset then crowder should be boston #1 target to be selected with the clippers pick.
    seriously after i just wrote all of this, i kid you not, i looked at an updated 2012 mock draft to see were another marquette player johnson-odom who was a projected 2nd rounder to use as comparison and that draft now has boston selecting jae crowder with the 47 overall pick. remarkably this mock draft was updated on 3/20/2012 at 4:25am (which i first saw at 8:57 pm)
    just google - nbadraft.net 2012 (this is the mock that i'm speaking of)
    as i stated before i can't agree with drafting 2 power forwards as this and many other mock drafts have done let alone 1 but as zeller and perry jones seem to have fallen to were boston will be placed than they'd have to draft the best player availbale regardless of position. drafting the best player possible would pay dividens come time that josh smith is available in trade. mark my word he will demand a next next season if not before it. if boston drafts zeller or jones they would have the ability to land josh smith

    another steal in the draft is sr draymond green. he would have actually been perhaps a better option over jae crowder as he's averaging 16.1pts 10.4reb 3.6ast this season. draymond green is an inch taller than crowder but i don't pay much mind to that 1inch. just recently green has been projected at squeaking into the 1st round so although green is perhaps the better player he is not the steal that drafting crowder would be.

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