Even though most of the focus on newly acquired players Kris Humphries and Gerald Wallce is on their contracts and if they will even suit up in green, also acquired teammate Keith Bogans thinks the pair have plenty left to give.
This from Jay King at Masslive.com:
“I think a lot of people don’t realize that we played a lot of iso, one-on-one basketball,” Bogans said Monday at a press conference to introduce new Celtics. “Some guys were left out. I mean, if you’re style of play didn’t fit what they were doing then your game would fall off. And everybody didn’t fit the style of one-on-one basketball that we played last year, especially Kris and Gerald, the way they play, they’re hustle players.”
The theory about Wallace’s dip goes something like this: Without elite skill or much of an outside jump shot, he relied on athleticism to become one of the NBA’s better two-way players. But when his athleticism took a tumble last season, his 12th in the NBA, he acted a lot older than his ac...