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Best, worst, most surprising after NBA trade deadline stat : ESPN

as declared in Our experts give their best, worst and most surprising moves from the NBA trade deadline.
InsiderWhich teams came out looking good at the trade deadline?
Which ones didn’t?
And which surprised us most?

Best, worst, most surprising after NBA trade deadline

as informed in Danny Ainge did nothing before the NBA trade deadline beyond burn a few gigs of data on his cellphone plan trying to deal.
His bad behavior could potentially ruin the “everything is awesome” chemistry of this team that has not won a playoff series in five years.
The last time the Celtics won a playoff series, the starting five was: Rajon Rondo, Paul Pierce, Brandon Bass, Kevin Garnett and Ray Allen.
Boston already is on pace to win 48 games and sits just three games behind Believeland in the NBA East.
If the Red Sox or Patriots went five years without a playoff series victory, heads would be bouncing off rims from Yawkey Way to One Patriot Place.

Speros: Danny Ainge plays dangerous game at NBA trade deadline

as informed in What would it take for every projected top-5 pick in the 2017 draft to get traded at the deadline?
InsiderNBA GMs and scouts are calling the 2017 NBA draft the best in years.
And what would the Lakers, Sixers, Suns and Magic need to move their picks?
The draft is especially deep at the top with as many as seven players being considered for the No.
I spoke with a number of GMs and spent some time with our ESPN Trade Machine to construct five plausible scenarios that include five All-Stars, 13 former top-10 picks and 10 teams.

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