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Old 08-13-2013, 04:39 PM   #34
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Default Re: ISH's FIVE QUESTIONS: Brooklyn Nets Edition

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Originally Posted by kshutts1
You're not the only one to bring up this point. I see the logic behind saying the Nets "gave up a lot", but my thinking is just... "you play to win the game". The Nets went all-in with a logical trade/attempt. I would have more reservations if they had gone all-in on less proven players.


Can you imagine the backlash if the Knicks did the same exact trade...giving up 4 first rounders for 3 guys over 36 years of age? My god, the media would be RELENTLESS....same old Knicks.....Isiah never left....joke of the league...yada yada....

Nets do it and they are praised. I mean, it could work, maybe the CeltNets experiment pays off....it's just funny how the media works sometimes.
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