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    http://www.talkbasket.net/6677-sonny...ania-pics.html

    a thing of beauty... ewww.
    Last edited by Jaworski; Mon Apr 9th, 2012, 07:47 AM.

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    SICK!

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    • #3
      Weems is indeed a drama queen.

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      • #4
        Ray Christ that's an ugly foot.

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        • #5
          this guy has the feet of a 300 lb nfl defensive tackle.

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          • #6
            Looks like Weems is still going through financial problems..... Forget paying back the loan, dude cant even buy nail clippers!

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            • #7
              Oh hwwwelll nah! That's NASTY Sonny.

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              • #8
                Sonny's agent needs to get him casted for The Walking Dead

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                • #9
                  looks like the foot of a retired nba player

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                  • #10
                    The hideousness of that image will haunt my dreams.......

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                    • #11
                      RAPresenting wrote: View Post
                      Looks like Weems is still going through financial problems..... Forget paying back the loan, dude cant even buy nail clippers!
                      ...Nor fungal medication.

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                      • #12
                        Sonny's Return

                        Alex Kennedy tweets:

                        Sonny Weems will return to the NBA next season. He's a restricted free agent. Celtics, Pistons, Cavaliers and Clippers have shown interest.
                        I wonder if Colangelo matches any offer.

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                        • #13
                          Nilanka wrote: View Post
                          Alex Kennedy tweets:



                          I wonder if Colangelo matches any offer.
                          I would much rather BC use Weems as an asset for S&T. With Bass opting out of his contract with the Celtics, they are in desperate need of bigs, especially if Garnett ends up leaving - Amir seems to be the ideal blue-collar bring-your-lunchpail-to-work type PF the Celtics love. And they have no backup PG.

                          How about BC just ships Weems, Bayless, Amir, #37 & #56 to the Celtics for one/both of their mid-1st round picks (#21 & #22). Boston can re-load young and cheap and have a "Young Onez" reunion. Toronto has all sorts of options then, including trying to package multiple 1st round picks for a proven wing or moving up in the draft.

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                          • #14
                            CalgaryRapsFan wrote: View Post
                            I would much rather BC use Weems as an asset for S&T. With Bass opting out of his contract with the Celtics, they are in desperate need of bigs, especially if Garnett ends up leaving - Amir seems to be the ideal blue-collar bring-your-lunchpail-to-work type PF the Celtics love. And they have no backup PG.

                            How about BC just ships Weems, Bayless, Amir, #37 & #56 to the Celtics for one/both of their mid-1st round picks (#21 & #22). Boston can re-load young and cheap and have a "Young Onez" reunion. Toronto has all sorts of options then, including trying to package multiple 1st round picks for a proven wing or moving up in the draft.
                            I am not a believer on fringe players being S&T assets. If Toronto does not want to resign Sonny Weems, they should not match any offer and risk being stuck with a player they do not want and/or an unfavorable contract. The same logic applies to Bayless if the Raptors do not tender him the QA and another team offers him 4M+ a year.

                            Just let them walk and save yourself from bad contracts.

                            I am not a believer in 2nd round picks either. Picks #37 and #56 can be traded for a player another team no longer wants, but beyond that, the picks have very little value in my opinion.

                            Having said that, I see no reason whatsoever for Boston to trade both its mid-1st round pick for the players and picks listed. The only interesting asset is Amir and his value is dependent upon your belief whether is overpaid or not. I am uncertain whether he is worth a #21 pick because I lean towards the overpaid side. Good backup, but I would like him more if he was making $5M or less a year.

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                            • #15
                              Hugmenot wrote: View Post
                              I am not a believer on fringe players being S&T assets. If Toronto does not want to resign Sonny Weems, they should not match any offer and risk being stuck with a player they do not want and/or an unfavorable contract. The same logic applies to Bayless if the Raptors do not tender him the QA and another team offers him 4M+ a year.

                              Just let them walk and save yourself from bad contracts.

                              I am not a believer in 2nd round picks either. Picks #37 and #56 can be traded for a player another team no longer wants, but beyond that, the picks have very little value in my opinion.

                              Having said that, I see no reason whatsoever for Boston to trade both its mid-1st round pick for the players and picks listed. The only interesting asset is Amir and his value is dependent upon your belief whether is overpaid or not. I am uncertain whether he is worth a #21 pick because I lean towards the overpaid side. Good backup, but I would like him more if he was making $5M or less a year.
                              I wouldn't re-sign or match Weems or Bayless either, unless a S&T is already agreed upon. I could see the Celtics giving up one of their picks in exchange for 3 solid rotation players. Amir @ $6M, Bayless @ $4M and Weems @ $2M wouldn't be horrible for 3 young, veteran-ish players with room for improvement. I'm not saying Boston would go for it, I'm just floating it as an idea... I can't see Boston wanting to add 2 mid-range rookies, since they'd likely be looking to "re-tool" as opposed to "re-build". Only Rondo and Pearce are under contract next season for more than $1.5M (and Pearce was rumored to be considering retirement if the big-3 breaks up), so the Celtics would have loads of cap space available.

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