Post-game Reactions

With the first month of free agency in our rear view mirror and the C’s full roster for next year beginning to take shape, it was time to fire up the old CelticsHub podcast to dissect this team’s offseason and debate some potential future moves.

For this week, I’m joined by one of our favorites, ESPN Boston’s Chris Forsberg to break down the Green team, and cover a wide array of ground with the C’s. A quick sampling of the topics we hit on include

* The recent signing of Von Wafer. What will he bring to the table this season for the C’s?

* The Rudy Fernandez potential trade. With the signing of Wafer, does the team still have reason to go after him?

* The Rasheed Wallace saga. Will he come back or retire as expected?

* Rajon Rondo on Team USA. Will he make the final cut and is there reason to worry about him playing so much this offseason?

* The Shaquille O’Neal option. Chris and I debate whether Shaq could fit with the C’s, both on the floor and in the locker room.

* The new power rankings in the East. With so much movement around the league this offseason, we try to rank the new contenders in the Eastern Conference and see where the C’s stack up against them thus far.

To listen to the full podcast, click this link and press the play button or you can download the full mp3 by clicking the arrow on the right side of the player.

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Brian Robb

Brian Robb co-founded CelticsHub in 2009 and is the currently editor-in-chief. He is a producer and reporter at 98.5 The Sports Hub in Boston and also contributes to Boston.com and Bleacher Report among other outlets.
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  • Coolin

    Wether Rondo plays too much or not, I would like to see Nate Robinson have a much bigger role for the C’s next year.
    If Shaq doesn’t want to become a Celtic then he is a f-ing idiot. Nobody wants him and he could come here and win and tell everybody, “I told you so.” If it is all about the $$$$ then I would understand why he doesn’t want to be a C.

  • cmoney

    Do me a favor. Ask him about this column: http://sports.espn.go.com/boston/nba/columns/story?columnist=forsberg_chris&id=5211990.

    Ask him where he got the concept of WIM from. I know where the stat originated from. He’s yet to give it credit and has ignored emails about it.

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