Over the course of this past season, the Celtics finished near the bottom of the league in several categories related to the frontcourt. With uncertainty surrounding the future of Kevin Garnett—the team’s only productive big man—Boston’s already pressing need for a new frontcourt addition becomes even more apparent.
"This season’s Celtics team, led by the established careers of Paul Pierce and Kevin Garnett, racked up plenty of notches in the milestone category. Here are the most impressive milestones Boston’s finest reached this season."
Although his legal issues continue in Washington, Terrence Williams is back in Boston to check in with the team and tweeted earlier today that he's receiving treatment and having a "minor" procedure done. He dealt with a broken finger towards the end of the season, but it hasn't been confirmed that that's what the surgery is for. Reading between the lines here, but the fact that he and the team have been in constant communication this off season despite his legal troubles could bode well for his future with the franchise.
Just a few dunks made by the Boston Celtics. I'm still trying to figure out the editing part.
Am told Celtics are bringing in 12 draft prospects to workout over the next two days, 6 of them point guards.— Baxter Holmes (@BaxterHolmes) May 23, 2013
Until we see the list, let's not speculate on what this means (re: RONDO!). With Terrence Williams dealing with legal issues, Danny could just want to take a look at a 2nd round prospect if he sees an opportunity to trade for a pick. In most mocks, almost half the players after the 30th pick are point guards.
This is my second highlight video featuring The Jet. He had a shaky year, but there are still things to love about his game.
This was my first highlight video of my favorite Boston Celtic. I know many people don't like his game, but I think he can still be a great player.
"Celtics minority owner James Pallotta presented Pope Francis with the team’s jersey on Wednesday at the Vatican. Pallotta was at the Vatican prior to the Copa Italia final (Italian Cup) as part of a visit by the two soccer clubs, AS Roma and Lazio, ahead of the championship game. Pallotta is the president of AS Roma." Read more at: http://nesn.com/2013/05/boston-celtics-co-owner-presents-team-jersey-to-pope-at-vatican-photo/
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