From Larry Coons FAQ, Q85:
Teams are required to have only a first round pick, and not necessarily their own first round pick. Teams may trade away their own future picks in consecutive years if they have another team's first round pick in one of those years.
Second, he is one of the best passers, who really creates shots for others. There are very few point guards or overall players like that in the league - Nash, CP3, LeBron come to mind... and maybe another 2-3 players in the entire league! Other PGs just make the obvious situational passes and get their assists mostly by virtue of playing a lot of minutes alone.
Third, he is REALLY elite when it comes to defending this position.
I'd give away the package mentioned in this "rumor" in a heartbeat for Rondo.
Oh, and I think Rondo would turn JV into an all-star like right away, considering how active JV is on those pick n' rolls and all...
Last edited by BadDinosaur; Sat Aug 3rd, 2013 at 10:58 PM.
I would take it. Too bad it won't happen.
I'd do this trade in a heartbeat.
The only problem with it is that we'd REALLY need a PF that can hit the three or our spacing wouldn't be very good.
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If Rondo was healthy, it would be a good trade. But he isn't, so it's a little questionable.
Rondo isnt injury prone he tore his ACL ya but the guy is a competitor. Need I remind you he played with a dislocated shoulder?
HEART! Rondo aint no Tin Man and he literally was the Celtics.
I dont think Rondo injury issues are a problem, even if he gets injured he feels no pain. Dude was walking around for 24 hours before they told him he tore his ACL. I have never seen someone tear his ACL then walk around without assistance of some sort.
So I'm pretty sure Rondo did not have tore acl, only a tear, that's why he was able to walk.
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