Originally posted on CLNS Radio  |  Last updated 9/8/13
Sloan Piva Courtney Lee struggled mightily last season, appearing to lack a true identity in Doc Rivers' offense. While he shot fairly well from the field (46 percent), he showed very little aggressiveness and seemed to mistrust his jump shot. Expect a slight bounce-back from Lee this fall, as he and coach Brad Stevens should hit it off. In what will likely be a fast-paced, up-tempo style of play, the quick-footed 27-year-old could return to double-digit scoring averages like he enjoyed two years ago in Houston.  Just don't expect him to distribute the ball or provide too many plays of the week. Stat Projections: 26.4 MPG, 10.4 PPG, 1.9 APG, 1.2 SPG, 39% 3-FG Tim MacLean Heading into the 2012-13 campaign Courtney Lee was expected to be a key member of Doc Rivers’ rotation. A career 38% shooter from downtown and a respectable on-ball defender, Lee had all the tools necessary to be an effective “3-and-D” player for the Boston Celtics. Unfortunately, that’s not how things panned out fo...
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