Found September 17, 2013 on Celtics Life:
Before we jump into day three of "Camp questions", it's important to note that our first camp question — whether Donte Greene would make the Celtics — has already been answered with a big, fat no. Quick answer from Danny Ainge right there. Alright, now on to the newest edition. Today, we're focusing on the salary dump in of all salary dump ins..Keith Bogans. About Keith Bogans: Bogans is an NBA journeyman. He was drafted by the Bucks in the 2nd round of the 2003 draft but quickly traded to the Magic for cash considerations. Since then he has played for: - Orlando (2003-04) - Charlotte (2004-06) - Houston (2006) - Orlando again (2006-09) - Milwaukee (2009) - San Antonio (2009-10) - Chicago (2010-11) - New Jersey (2011-12) - Brooklyn (2012-13) Of course, the last two were both with the Nets. But it just goes to show, even in an off-season where he stays put, he still moves. For his career the 33-year-old shooting guard has averaged 6.4 points, 2.7 rebounds an...
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