18.9 PPG, 8.8 RPG, and 3.1 APG is a mini-superstar.EHL said:Hard to tell right now. It really depends where the Nets and Celtics go this year and for years to come. Both teams basically got mini-superstars for nothing, especially the Nets, who had a plethora of picks they could afford to lose.
Yeah, you're right, I wasn't so much debating that. Carter is indeed a better player, and playing like a superstar right now. However, it needs to be said that he has been wildly inconsistent and unhealthy for the last few years, so that's a legit concern if you're going to call him a superstar for the rest of his career. At his current level, no question he's a superstar.7M3 said:18.9 PPG, 8.8 RPG, and 3.1 APG is a mini-superstar.
26.3 PPG, 6.1 RPG, and 4.7 APG is a superstar.
I realize that your intention there was not to compare them as players (atleast I don't think it was), but I just wanted to note that Vince Carter is a significantly better player than Antoine Walker.
Well, I think the Nets trade was better regardless of whether Walker resigns. The Nets will be pretty damn good next year, and should be for the next couple of years. Their window isn't too long with Kidd in Jersey, and they did well getting a player like Vince to run with Kidd and RJ.Sith said:The celtics getting walker back or the nets getting vince carter for scrubs? not just short term, but long term as well. who do u guys think got the better trade?nets or the celtics?