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Thursday, July 03, 2008

How Bout Dem Rays?


Greetings friends, and I salute you. I know you all got hot dogs, beaches, and ice cold brews on the mind right about now, but the weekend's not quite here. And before you go runnin' off to celebrate how the US kicked England's ass and got the F out of dodge, spend some time with your man reliving the goings on in the last week in the world of sports...


One thing I really find beneficial about only posting once a week, is the distance and perspective I gain by being able to mull events over in my mind. That's where I find myself with the NBA Draft. Sure it might already seem like the thing took place months ago, but the reality is it hasn't even been a week, and I still haven't had a chance to comment on it. It may not have been packed with intrigue like the draft's of years past, but there was still plenty of story lines to follow and plenty of picks and trades to ponder and question. Let's start with the Celts, shall we?

We're a year removed from the Danny Ainge draft day magic that brought KG, Ray Allen, and banner 17 to Boston, and a lot of fans were interested to see what move the Mormon would make next. Many were looking to see which youngsters would be donning the green and white in '08'09, while I was waiting to see which tactic Danny would take in trying to keep this now championship team at the top of the mountain...


Celtics 2008 Draft




JR Giddens, F New Mexico St. - 6'5" 208 lbs 23 years old - 16.3 ppg 8.8 rpg 3.1 apg in '07-'08


-This is what we call taking a flyer on a guy. Nobody doubts this kid's talent, it's the question of whether or not he can keep it together long enough to make his game work at the pro level. The Jayhawks gave him the boot a few years ago, calling him a malcontent. And we all know by now about his run in with a knife at some night club a few years back. He's versatile on offense and can defend, a combination Danny and Doc love, but this has to be viewed as more of a project than an actual addition to this year's main rotation...


Bill Walker, F Kansas St. - 6'6" 235 lbs 20 years old - 16.1 ppg 6.1 rpg in '07-'08

-For Walker, I could basically write, see: Giddens and it would be a rather accurate assessment. Maybe he doesn't have the possible head issues that Giddens does, but he's another incredible athlete with more questions about him than anything else. I know it's only going to cost him 2-4 weeks, but the knee surgery he had this week (his 2nd such surgery in 2 years) isn't exactly instilling confidence. Giddens and Walker look good on paper, but as Kenny Mayne reminds us....games aren't played on paper, they're played inside television sets. And I don't see Bill Walker doing much in a TV near you any time soon...

Semih Erden: C 7'1" 240 lbs. 21 years old, Turkey

-Color me shocked if this guy ever makes it to this country, let alone put on a Boston Celtics jersey. I like the risk/reward aspect of a raw, unpolished 7 footer this late in the draft, but seeing as the other 2 picks were also big in the risk/reward area, wouldn't have minded a tough nosed college vet either. Still probably not a guy that won't make the team, but maybe someone that could compete in camp and maybe gain you some trade value should he actually latch on. Besides, can you even imagine you ugly this dude must be?...


What picking 3 guys based solely on potential tells me about Ainge and the C's off seasons plans, is that they are definitely going with experience. Instead of opting to go young in backing up Rondo and Ray, they're seemingly going to fill those positions with various veterans from the free agency pool. Remember, Posey, Cassell, PJ and Tony Allen are all out there right now, and with no rookies pegged to fill those rolls on the team, Danny's gonna have to go out on the market and bring home the goods...

And in the beginning stages of free agency I must say I like where his heads' at. First, the rumor surfaces that Corey Maggette is willing to come to Boston and play for their full mid-level veteran exception (contract term = you can add a dude even though you don't really have the loots to do it on paper). Corey has acknowledged that he'd love to come and play off the bench for a chance to get a ring, and thus has put all the pressure square on the shoulders of James Posey. Granted the Celts won't be the only option for Maggette (Spurs also have their full exception to offer), but the fact that a guy like that is even in the mix should tell Posey he might not be as irreplaceable as he may have thought going into this. Whether it's a bluff on Ainge's part or not doesn't really matter. It's just a shrewd move and I like it...


Then there's the Bird Man, Chris Anderson. The Globe's Chris Spears (AKA the Big Black of Beantown Basketball) reported that Doc and the gang had the former Hornet-turned drugie-turned ESPN.com rags to riches to rags to riches story-turned Hornet in for a workout this week, with the hopes of adding him to their roster. You may remember the tatted up, high flyer as the guy who had to overcome his smack addiction and his poor white trash upbringing to make it back to the league, but the C's see him as a valuable defensive asset to a team that's losing virtually all it's veteran roll players. He seems to have his life under control these days, which is good, so I don't see why he wouldn't be a great fit in the forward rotation...if there weren't already 4 guys fighting for all those minutes...Oh, well...Throw shit at a wall and hope some of it sticks, right? I'm chill with that strategy...

But back to the draft for a minute. As with any draft, there were some big winners, and of course some big time losers. And I wouldn't be doing my job, if I didn't point them out. So peep it...

Some Winners
Portland Trailbalzers


-For starters, they nabbed Jerryd Bayless, my #1 player, with the 11 pick. When they traded Brandon Rush and Jarret Jack to Indiana for Bayless and workhorse Ike Diogu, they officially put the rest of the league on notice that they're putting together one Hell of a young/ talented core of players. Add Bayless to a stable that includes Brandon Roy, LeMarcus Aldridge and Greg Oden, and you can't help but think this Portland team is only a year or two from being serious contenders for the Western Crown...

Miami Heat

-Simply put, they didn't pass on Beaseley, and they didn't make some bunk trade. This team still has major issues, but adding Beasley along with 2nd round steal Mario Chalmers are definitely steps in the right direction. If D-Wade can't "recapture the magic" as they say, this may all be part of a much bigger rebuilding project anyway, in which case I like the picks even more...

New Jersey Nets

-On name value alone, the Nets made out like bandits this year. Their cap clearing jettison of Richard Jefferson to create the Jay-ZYi dynasty might of been a little shady, but if they get LeBron in a few years then it may all make a lot more sense. They'll have a core waiting for him that includes the good Lopez (Brook), Chris Douglas Roberts, Cal's Ryan Anderson, and a returning team with Marcus Williams, Sean Williams, Devin Harris and Yi Jianlian. Whether they can make any of that work is a different house of cards all together, but I say it's not a bad basket in which to place one's eggs. Basically, they've now got tons of potential. Where that may take them is any one's guess...

Some Losers
Danilo Gallinari


-Great, now we're never gonna know if this kid is any good! He'll be smothered by the NY media, never allowed to grow and develop, and be out of the Big Apple faster than you can say Randy Johnson. Ciao, my large, talented friend...

Sacramento Kings

-Patrick Ewing Jr. in the second round?! Jason Thompson in the lottery??!?! i know the Maloof's like to gamble and everything, but these picks look more apt to crap out than John Daly playing the $5 K slots. One guy wasn't even a top 5 player on his own team, and the other was like the tallest guy in his whole conference by a good 5-7 inches. Prediction: Neither of these guys make me eat my words, and Thompson will flame out of the league soon after his rookie deal expires. At the VERY best, Thompson still ends up selling sporting goods by 2011, and Ewing turns into the poorest man's version of James Posey. Sucks for SacTown that C-Webb, Vlade, Bibby and Peja couldn't cash one in, cuz now it's looking like it's gonna be a while...


Cleveland Cavaliers

-Mission: Find a secondary scorer to help take the pressure of LeBron. JJ Hickson is 19, and more in the mold of a low post bruiser/slasher than a running mate for King James. Maybe it's the Cuse in me, but if you're gonna take a risk on a young guy, why not grab Donte Green when he's basically fallen in your lap? He's got the potential to be a fantastic Robin to LBJ's Batman IF the Cavs can actually manage to keep him from bolting for the Big Apple. And if he does bolt, wouldn't Green be the only guy left in the draft at this point that you might actually be able to build a team around? I know it's a reach, but in the mid 20's of the draft, on a team like this, I a reach like that would have been well worth the risk...

Darrell Arthur

-Last guy left in the green room = tard central. Nice suit man, but if you're bro is asleep before they call your name, then you automatically get put on this list. After 3 dudes pass you as they walk out of the audience and up onto the stage, you have to start thinkin' about a legit medical excuse to get your ass out of there...

As much fun as all that was, it's near crisis mode for many as the Sox have dropped their last five. Fresh off a 3 game sweep at the hands of the first place Rays, many questions have arisen. One, in particular, started as a whisper, yet has now become as loud as the sound they have to pump in the Trop to make the place seem full...

Red Sox Update
Overall: 50-37, 2nd place by 3.5 games

-"Are the Rays for real, or what?" Well, my friends, there's two ways to answer that rather intriguing inquiry. Long answer Yes with and "if". Short answer No with a "but"...

YES the Rays do have what it takes to contend IF they dedicate themselves to putting the final pieces of this puzzle together before the trade deadline. They have a shattersons load of young talent, but eventually you have to think this group is gonna hit some sort of wall. If there aren't enough experienced guys to help hold down the fort, hitting that wall could just be enough to allow the Sox and Yanks to pass them coming down the stretch...

NO! The are the Rays, and they suck. They've always sucked, and even thought they look better now, they have such a history of sucking that they'll undoubtedly blow it faster than Hulk Hogan looking at baby pictures of his daughter in the tub. BUT, it's good to see it's given ESPN a reason to use Dick Vitale outside of college hoops. Is it me, or has Sportscenter made the most seamless transition from news to infotainment in the history of television? Even Dateline's "To Trick a Pederass on the Intraweb" thinks you've sacrificed your morality for ratings...

BUT this Tampa team is legit. Their starting pitching with Kazmir and Shields is more than legit, and with Longoria and Upton at the helm, their offense is has become a living, breathing version of the team you tried to draft in the latest version of MVP baseball. I still think they're a tad young to grind this thing out, but should they add the right veteran pieces (say Brian Fuentes in the bull pen), it could make for a very long, back and forth summer. If forced to answer, I would have to say I don't think they'll be there in the end, but it won't be due to lack of talent. Hey, at the very least, it's nice to have a different team in the mix for once, right?...


-And of course all of Red Sox Nation is abuzz over Manny Ramirez latest outburst. Listen people, it's like this. Did Manny push 64 year old traveling secretary Jack McCormick? It certainly appears that way. Should he get a pass because he's Manny? Of course not. And should he be punished and dealt with in a way that gives the public some closure? NO! He's one of very few people that can do what he does in the entire world, and will thus be treated differently than the rest of us. Is it fair? No, but what the Hell is? I've always said, the key to dealing with guys like Manny is to trick them into thinking they don't have a lot of power when in reality they hold virtually all the cards. And in this instance, I think dealing with the incident in house, and trying to slide it under the rug is as much a favor to the Sox, so they won't have to deal with a disgruntled slugger. They know how Manny would react, and they figure that no matter how it may look, this is the best for all involved. Works for me. Again is it right? Probably not. But it's what's best for the team. And as long as this old dude isn't trying to press charges, then I'd have to consider it a dead issue. Besides, people are gonna forget about all this now that the team is struggling and they trail the Rays in the standings. Just as if they wouldn't have cared in the first place had Manny been ripping the cover off the ball rather than being mired in his current slump. Yeah, fans are funny like that. Winning really fucks with their memories...

Still need help getting it off your mind? Jason Varitek's batting average in June went from .294 to .216....and the bull pen ERA over that same time span (minus Papelbon), is a shade under 6.00...Oh, and did I mention Dice K can't make it out of the 5th without walking 5 guys and tossing 100 pitches?...Yeah, I thought that might help...

-Losing 3 of 4, and scoring only 7 runs while doing it? Yeah, I'd say that would get Hank Steinbrenner's attention. Much like with the Sox, the Yanks will start to hit sooner rather than later, and again all the focus will be on their lack of pitching. If this helps distract them for now, that's chill, but just like Boston, this team is too talented to not be scoring more runs on a regular basis. I doubt Hank telling them to "step up" will be the reason why they start scoring more runs, but I doubt that will stop him from taking credit for the 18 runs they scored on the eve of his comments...

-Got Moneyball? Apparently not anymore in Oakland. The A's and GM Billy Beane gave some 14 year old Dominican kid $4.25 mil this week, officially making him the oldest teenager in the 3rd world this side of Elian Gonzalez and possibly Danny Almote. Although actually I think the former is a Communist, which would make him poor as dirt. And the latter is actually living in America and married to some old white broad, so I guess he's out too. Whatever, this kid is rich as shit, and while I bet he never makes it to the Bigs, his village will be thankful for the 200 buildings that money just bought them. That's a whole lot of clay and brick money baby!...


-Oh and Barry Bonds home run ball #756 is now officially sitting in Cooperstown, complete with Mark Echo's dye cut asterisk right between the seams. Take that, establishment!..


News and Notes
-I have to believe this video clip speaks for itself...

...and you just kinda have to figure that the strippers wearing their confederate flag bikini's, holding buckets of fried chicken and those XXX jugs of moonshine, somehow didn't make it into the shot. We love ya JD, just don't go dyin' on us...at least not til January '10...hey so sue me, I'm in a death pool. There's always loots to be made, pimps!...


-I gotta give the Bruins props for making a run at Marian Hossa, the league's #1 free agent. Naturally he wanted no party of the Bean, and they settled on some dude Montreal shat out, but you have to at least give them an A for effort. An F for picking such a shitty team to own, for the way they run their arena and their lack of anything resembling a commitment to winning. But an A for effort. Hey, at least they realized it's gonna take money and stars to compete for exposure and make a run at a title. Right? Oh and a B+ for hiring Cam Neely to help steer the ship. He's a chill guy...just don't kick his dog...

-Dear Willie Andrews. Sorry Nick Kazcur dimed you out to the Federalis after you allegedly smacked your wife and slanged some buds. Have fun smoking copious amounts of tree, while at the same time wondering why you will never again be playing copious amounts of NFL football. (Just a hint: putting down the peanut butter and the semi-automatic might be a good start)


-Now either I've greatly overestimated the popularity of Mike & Mike in the Morning on ESPN, or I've greatly underestimated the popularity of Wimbledon. Early round Wimbledon play gets air play over ESPN Radio's #1 show? A show that was so big that it needed to be on TV too, and tennis knocks it off the air? Sketch! That's gotta be a big Penus Williams kick right to Greenberg's miniature metro man purse, doesn't it? Oh how the mighty gay have fallen...


-And in the shocker of the year, rumors in Green Bay have Brett Favre possibly returning to QB the Packers in the '08 season. So allow me. Apparently some addictions can't be tamed by shooting blue jean commercials and swillin' cans of Colt 45, huh? Hate to say I told you so. On the plus side, at least Frank Caliendo can insert the Favre/Madden bit back into his act, meaning we might all be spared from his DVR commercials. Or is that part of his show? Oh, his show tanked and was cancelled? Talk about two shocking stories in one single day...

Well that's it for me this week kids, as I'm off to celebrate Independence. I'll be keeping my tabs on Joey Chestnut as he tries to defend his Nathan's Hot Dog title, but most of all, I'll just be maxin and relaxin. The Sox and Yanks are doin' their thing, summer is in full swing, and it's poised to be a nice and long holiday weekend. Hope yours is as good as mine, and if I see you out there, make sure you have cold beers. We're gonna need 'em...

Three cheers for Independence, baby...and I'm out...

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