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Hello CelticsLife readers! The Boston Celtics will be coming to my city on Christmas Day, and I would never miss a chance to see the boys in green live. I will be at the game and hopefully some of you guys will be too!
I'd love for you to drop in, say hi, and maybe take a picture. If you're at the game, tweet at me @CjEuLnTICS. It'd be funny if any of you were in my section! I will be the tall asian guy with a terrible haircut and a St. Patrick's Day Rondo jersey on.
Anyways, I hope some of you guys are New Yorkers like me, and will be heading towards the game. I'll be putting up a picture summary of the game the day after and I hope to put up some pictures of you guys as well. Hope to see you there!
You can follow Jun Pang on Twitter @CjEuLnTICS
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Celtics fans everywhere keep waiting for the Boston Celtics run, the run that will take them back to the top of the Atlantic Division and into the higher seeds in the Eastern Conference. They did it last year just after the all-star break. It seems as if they should be able to do it this year.
These Boston Celtics, however...
Thumb Injury Could Sideline Boston Celtics’ Chris Wilcox ESPN Boston’s Chris Forsberg tweeted that Doc Rivers said the Boston Celtics are expected to announced that Chris Wilcox will be sidelined with a thumb injury that could keep him out three to four weeks. Forsberg also tweeted that it is a ulnar collateral sprain, and [...]
Well, it's taken a long time but we have finally reached Christmas Eve 2012. It's been a crazy holiday season, one that the Celtics shouldn't be proud of. Since the beginning of the holiday season(approximately Nov.22/Thanksgiving), Boston has gone just 7-7. Combine with a 6-6 pre-Thanksgiving record and we are stuck with a .500 basketball team. I expected more, but remember...
Boston Globe Celtics’ Chris Wilcox could miss a month with a thumb injury – Gary Washburn discusses Wilcox’s situation, as well as other notes from yesterday’s practice. Boston Herald Avery close call – Mark Murphy tells us that Avery Bradley may possibly return as early as this week. ESPN Boston C’s want to stay big when [...]
The seemingly center-less Celtics, may be without faux center Chris Wilcox for a month according to Gary Washburn of the Boston Globe:
Chris Wilcox, who played some solid minutes off the bench, could miss a
month with a sprained ulnar collateral ligament in his right thumb,
according to coach Doc Rivers. Wilcox injured the thumb in Tuesday's
loss to the Chicago Bulls while...
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Celtics forward Jeff Green sustained a bruised left cheek and chipped multiple teeth after absorbing a stray elbow from Milwaukee’s Ersan Ilyasova in the final moments of overtime in the Bucks’ 99-94 triumph...
The Boston Celtics will be without Chris Wilcox for three-to-four weeks after he suffered a thumb and wrist injury. The injury came last Tuesday against the Chicago Bulls and is diagnosed as a sprained ulnar collateral ligament. According to ESPN's Chris Forsberg, the Celtics are expected sit Wilcox for about a month due to the injury.Doc Rivers said team will announce soon...
Boston Celtics coach Doc Rivers said that forward Chris Wilcox will be out three to four weeks with a sprained right thumb. The team announced Monday that they promoted Jarvis Varnado from Sioux Falls of the D-League to take Wilcox's spot on the roster. Varnado appeared in 10 games for the SkyForce and averaged 14.0 points, 10.0 rebounds and a league-best 3.9 blocks in 30...
The Boston Celtics are signing forward Jarvis Varnado of Sioux Falls in the D-League, league source tells Y! Sports.
— Adrian Wojnarowski (@WojYahooNBA) December 24, 2012
Varnado was drafted by the Miami Heat with the 41st overall pick in the 2010. The 6'9" power forward played 2 years in Italy and in Israel and went to camp with Miami in 2011 and 2012. He was one...
The last time the Celtics signed a shot-blocking force from the NBA Development League, he turned out to be a big part of their frontcourt rotation.
Jarvis Varnado is no Greg Stiemsma, but it made sense when the Celtics announced Monday that they had signed the 6-foot-9 forward, who played most recently with the Sioux Falls SkyForce in the D-League. Varnado, 24, was a second-round...
#Celtics officially announce signing of F Jarvis Varnado. He will wear #41. #CelticsTalk
— Jessica Camerato (@JCameratoNBA) December 24, 2012
Stats from Draft Express
Height with Shoes: 6'10"
Weight: 210 lbs
Standing Reach: 9' 1.5"
No Step Vertical: 29.5"
Max Vertical: 32.5"
One thing the Celtics desperately need...
Happy Holidays CelticsLifers! May your days be merry and bobble-in' with a win streak starting tomorrow in Brooklyn.
What are you hoping to scoop? Varejao under the hoop? Josh Smith and an alley-oop? DeMarcus with his head re-grouped? Me - gimme Banner 18 and a coupe.
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The Celtics will sign Jarvis Varnado of the NBA D-League.
The Celtics have signed Jarvis Varnado.
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