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According to ESPN Boston's Chris Forsberg, center Greg Stiemsma has an offer sheet above the Boston Celtics' qualifying offer. We heard a while ago that Minnesota was going to offer him $3 million. However, it looks like his offer sheet is NOT from the Timberwolves, according to ESPN Twin Cities Darren Wolfson. It's not clear as to who the other team is at this time...
LAS VEGAS The Minnesota Timberwolves have agreed to terms to a contract with restricted free-agent center Greg Stiemsma, according to multiple reports.
Stiemsma played in 55 games last season with the Boston Celtics, starting three. He averaged 2.9 points and 3.2 rebounds in 14.0 minutes per game. The 26-year-old native of Randolph, Wis., was undrafted out of Wisconsin in 2008...
Goldiblocks may be done wearing Celtics green. Former Celtics forward Greg Stiemsma has agreed to a deal with the Minnesota Timberwolves, Jerry Zgoda of the Star Tribune reports. Since Stiemsma is a restricted free agent, the Celtics could match any offer, but they're tight on cash after several other signings and likely won't be able to match what the Wolves are reportedly...
More details on Greg's contract with the Timberwolves will be posted when available.
Greg Stiemsma has reached agreement with #Timberwolves, who had pursued the center since beginning of free agency. #celtics— Jessica Camerato (@JCameratoNBA) July 21, 2012
Greg Stiemsma has signed with the Minnesota Timberwolves.
The deal was done Thursday.
The 26-year-old Stiemsma was named the 2010 NBA Developmental League Defensive Player of the Year after he averaged 9.1 points, 7.3 rebounds and a league-leading 3.7 blocks per game for the Sioux Falls Sky Force. That's when he says he made the most strides in his professional career and gained...
Rondo showed up in Vegas and hung out with the players on the Celtics' Summer League entry there. He joined in the huddles and sat behind the bench and cracked jokes with the coaches. He even added some input on the plays in the huddles.
Rajon Rondo here again. He's been pulling individual Celts aside to give advice during some timeouts.
— Steve Bulpett (@SteveBHoop...
At one time this season, the great Tommy Heinson compared his defensive powers to Bill Russel. Whether or not this was another one of Heinson’s homer hyperboles (it was), the fact remained that Celtics center Greg Stiemsma’s was a good and intelligent low-post defender in addition to being one of the Boston Celtics’ best stories in 2011-12. He had never averaged more than 10...
Rajon Rondo signs autographs at the Thomas & Mack Center in Las Vegas (photo: John Karalis)
Last night, the Milwaukee Bucks were designated the “road” team in their matchup against the Celtics. That was very appropriate, considering the crowd was decidedly pro-Boston.
And the “home” crowd was in for a bit of a treat. The few hundred people who showed up to see the...
The Celtics have moved quick to acquire some height. Veteran center Jason Collins has signed a one-year deal with Boston, Chris Forsberg of ESPN reported Friday night. Under the veteran minimum, Collins will make $1.35 million, with some of it coming from the NBA since he has played at least 10 years in the league. Although the Celtics have not made the signing official, Collins...
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The 33-year-old Collins, a veteran of 11 NBA seasons, gives Boston a defensive-minded big man who can give quality minutes off the bench. Collins’ offensive game is much-maligned and, for his career, he’s averaged...
Well, it looks like the question I asked in my last post has been answered. Via ESPN Boston’s Chris Forsberg:
Sources: Celtics set to ink veteran big man Jason Collins to a one-year, veteran minimum deal. Adds 7-footer to bench.
Collins is 7-feet tall. I think that is obviously the most important part of this transaction. A solid back...
According to ESPNBoston.com’s Chris Forsberg, multiple sources are signaling an imminent deal that would bring Jason Collins to the Celtics for a veteran’s minimum contract of one year, $1.065 million. At 7 feet, 255 lbs., the soon-to-be 34 year-old Collins would add desperately needed size to the Celtics bench but not much else. Averaging a [...]
The Boston Celtics reportedly are close to a one-year contract with center Jason Collins. The deal would be for the NBA veteran minimum salary, according to ESPNBoston.com, which cited league sources. The 7-foot Collins, an 11-year veteran, would essentially replace center Greg Stiemsma, who is expected to sign an offer sheet with the Minnesota Timberwolves. The Celtics, sources...
Sources: Celtics set to ink veteran big man Jason Collins to a one-year, veteran minimum deal. Adds 7-footer to bench.about 13 hours ago via EchofonReplyRetweetFavorite@ESPNForsbergChris ForsbergWe now have our answer to the annual question: “Which limited Celtics big man will improbably stumble into playoff minutes because of a troubling string of midseason injuries?”Jason...
The Celtics new wide-body Center boxing out
ESPN Local reporter Chris Forsberg has reported that the Celtics have agreed to a contract with 7-foot Center Jason Collins. A very limited offensive player, Collins will add a big body on the Celtics bench. He signed for the veterans minimum and will be used to defend offensively gifted post players in small stretches if needed. If you...