Just when you thought Danny was done with his offseason check list, he had one more surprise for us. The Celtics have officially signed Leandro Barbosa to a one year, vet minimum contract. The move was somewhat of a surprise even to Doc Rivers, who still doesn’t know where he will play him, but is [...]
The recent addition of Darko Milicic might not elicit huge excitement in Celtics fans, but maybe it should. Darko, who was mulling over playing the season in Europe, decided instead that he wanted to be KG’s whipping boy during practices for the next year, signing a 1 year $854,389 contract. It is a move that [...]
Keyon Dooling is back as a Celtic after signing a one year minimum deal today. Dooling might not make the most impact on the court, but his locker-room leadership is unquestionable. Dooling is one of the few people on the planet that Rondo listens to and respects, so this move might be looked at more [...]
Awesome news today, Lee will be a Celtic. This is somewhat surprising considering many reports had a sign and trade for Lee as not going anywhere. The preliminary reports are that the Celtics had to trade JaJuan Johnson, E’Twaun Moore, Sasha Pavlovic and Sean Williams and a second round pick to the Rockets to make [...]
With a very successful off-season (I won’t blame Danny for Pay-Ray Allen) Ainge is wrapping up his summer checklist. The Celtics’ 2012-13 salary has climbed very close to the $74 million level, and Danny is running out of money to spend on free agents. The Celtics are now at a point where any major signings [...]
Boris Diaw was bought out today, and instantly became the most talented player on the market. Many NBA fans, especially Bobcats fans (technically there are a couple), would throw up if they ever heard me say that about Diaw. But Boris is talented no matter what Hollinger’s scary low PlayerEfficiencyRating says of him.
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