We are addicted to sports
eggcentric at aol.com
Wed Sep 26 21:13:37 UTC 2012
Not sure where you are going here with your final "graph," Doug,
Are you assuming that Atlanta would actually trade Josh Smith
equal up for Bass, who is really no more than a second string PF on
most NBA teams?
And who is counting about such a Bass-Smith trade salary mismatch.
Obviously not you nor any Celtic aficionado.
Oh right, I forget if we added Bradley and a first rounder it would
still be thousands off from equalizing the cap restricted deal.
If our slow-a-foot, lousy shooting in Summer League, below the
rim-guy, unathletic, bad back Sully is our starting PF I'll stop watching our
games, Geesh - such hype on every one of our draft picks over
the last several years. Unbelievable, and at the same time future
From: douglas342 <douglas342 at aol.com>
To: celtics <celtics at igtc.com>
Sent: Wed, Sep 26, 2012 4:33 pm
Subject: Re: We are addicted to sports
Jeez, Eggy, you start out with a terrific post - all the stuff about sports
addiction is spot on. The LA Times had a similar piece today on the NFL. I
also read recently a piece about how the NFL refs battle is the very same battle
being faced by millions of US workers, all up and down the food chain.
But then you get to your final 'graph, which I snipped here:
Just read that some featured poster on Jeff Clark's fraudulent
CeltsBlog, wrote a column that Bass is worth more than Josh Smith (never
considering the contract/cap differences). Right, Atlanta will trade Josh smith
What next? Who the heck is allowing this crap on these websites?
I'd write that this way:
Just read that some featured poster on Jeff Clark's CeltsBlog wrote a column
that Bass is worth more than Josh Smith (never considering the contract/cap
differences.) Right, Atlanta will trade Josh Smith for Bass. [end of post]
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