Celtics Notes: Pietrus Update, Stiemer Fouls, Bass Gets Hot

This was probably called a foul.

Some notes about the Celtics from around the web.

Sounds like Pietrus is getting better. (Take your time Mickael - and take care of that noggin)

BostonHerald.com - Blogs: Celtics Insider" Blog Archive " All is well in Pietrus workout

If all goes well, there is a chance he could play again before the end of the regular season, but it is at least looking solid as of now that he will be ready for the playoffs.

Stiemsma fouls a lot. Some of it is the refs not giving him respect as a rookie, but he's not making any excuses.

Green Street " Foul trouble is finding Greg Stiemsma

"You’ve got to clean it up, plain and simple," Stiemsma said. "You got to limit contact and be in the right position. That’s probably the biggest thing. If I’m out of position in any way it’s going to look like a foul, whether it is or not."

Bass was cold against the Pacers but picked up the scoring against the Sixers.

Celtics’ Brandon Bass turns in big game vs. 76ers - The Boston Globe

"He plays within the flow of the offense, a lot of things that we do involve him, picking and popping, getting to a spot, driving to the hole,’’ Paul Pierce said. "He knows he can knock those shots down. He had a tough night [Saturday], but when you get the win, you really don’t think about it. He was able to bounce back and have an outstanding game.’’

Keep shooting No Pass Bass.

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