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Some of the players from the NBA Rising Stars game spoke about Jared Sullinger and his absence from the rookie/sophomore game at All-Star weekend.
All spoke highly of Sullinger's talent and potential to be a star in the NBA. Cleveland Cavalier Tristan Thompson, who has known Sullinger since high school, divulged a story about a trip to France where Sullinger only wanted to eat food from McDonalds. And 2012 #1 overall draft pick Anthony Davis said that it was a shame that Sullinger's injury kept him from participating in the Rising Stars game, but if I remember correctly, Sullinger was snubbed from the game several hours before the start of the Celtics-Kings game, where his injury occurred.
In any case, not just Celtics' fans appreciate Sullinger's talent, and all are hoping for a speedy recovery and return to the NBA.
Video courtesy of the Boston Celtics Youtube page
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NBA source tells Globe the #celtics are strongly considering signing former New Jersey Net swingman Terrence Williams to 10-day contract
— gary washburn (@GwashNBAGlobe) February 18, 2013
NBA source adds Williams to #celtics is nearly done. He is waiting for clearance letter from Chinese team and headed to Denver to join team
— gary washburn (@GwashNBAGlobe) February 18,...
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