[Guide] According to sources, the Pacers will reach a deal with the Celtics to send Granger
, Hill and future first-round picks in exchange for Rondo.
Pacers try to make an offer for Rondo
On December 25th, , according to relevant media reports, Boston is trying to trade star star Rajon Rondo, and their goal is Danny Granger, who has just returned from injury.
The Pacers sent Granger, Hill and a future first-round pick to get the Celtics All-Star point guard Rondo.
Although Boston has repeatedly emphasized that they will not trade Rondo, and that Rondo is the cornerstone of the team, the rumors about Rondo’s trade have not stopped.
According to relevant sources, the reason why Celtics general manager Angie did not trade Rondo was because he wanted to observe his comeback status and the running-in situation with the new coach, but once someone offered an attractive bargaining chip, Angie would definitely not
Send Rondo away without mercy.
“The Celtics don’t mind trading their young players, but they at least want to get a better draft pick in return. In other words, anyone here can be traded, and Bass may be
The guy who is most likely to be traded, he is a good insider, and the contract is about to expire. But it does not rule out that there will be bigger names, Jeff Green is very popular in the league, and Rondo’s contract will be in the next
It expires after the season,” said an expert.
Granger’s comeback is just icing on the cake for the Pacers, not a timely help. The team relies on the usual lineup to firmly hold the top spot in the Eastern Conference. Stephenson is handy at the 2nd position, so the Pacers will not give up their existing ones for Granger.
The tacit understanding, which is doomed that he can only be reduced to the second team.
There is no doubt that Granger’s role as the sixth man will help the team, but considering his contract issues, trading Granger should be imperative.
The general manager of the Pacers, like Angie, often says that he will not take the initiative to trade, but he will definitely not let go of a good opportunity, not to mention that he is not willing to pay expensive luxury taxes at all.
If the deal can be reached, it should be a good state of the wings.
The Pacers get an All-Star point guard, and they become more hopeful for the Heat, while the rebuilt Celtics have a scorer, a combo guard, and most importantly, a first-round pick.
As for whether this deal can happen, only Angie and Bird know the answer.