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Greg Stiemsma will be in Boston for the next few days to pack up his apartment, but the free agent center doesn’t want Celtics fans to read anything into the move.
“It’s just that I have a month-to-month lease and I’m not going to be there in July at all so I can save a little money by getting out of my apartment,” Stiemsma said. “I’m hoping to re-sign on a new lease soon.”
In order to re-sign a lease, Stiemsma first would need to re-sign with the Celtics. The 6-foot-11 rookie is a restricted free agent and the Celtics will need to extend a qualifying offer of $1.05 million by June 30, which should be little more than a procedural formality. Free agency begins on July 1, at which time Stiemsma will be able to negotiate with other teams, but the C’s will have three days to match any offer sheet.
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Danny Ainge said the #celtics have not made a promise to Royce White and they are open to trading up or down. No word on KG's status23 minutes ago via Twitter for BlackBerry®ReplyRetweetFavorite@GwashNBAGlobegary washburnMan, this Royce White promise/not promise is making me dizzy.This seems like as good a time as any to promote two profiles on White that should be considered...
The NBA has granted Boston a 2013 second-round pick from Oklahoma City in a dispute over Jeff Green’s medical condition, sources tell Y!
— Adrian Wojnarowski (@WojYahooNBA) June 26, 2012
Apparently, there had been some behind-the-scenes complaining by Danny Ainge that led to this. I’m not sure about the particulars, but you get the gist of it in that tweet. The Celtics...
Boston lodged a complaint with the NBA in the aftermath of Green's heart condition, and were granted a 2013 second-rounder, sources tell Y!
— Adrian Wojnarowski (@WojYahooNBA) June 26, 2012
And the trade that keeps on giving rears it's head again. It would seem that the Celtics felt that OKC withheld dome info on Green's heart condition and the NBA agreed with them...
Danny Ainge spoke to the media the day before the NBA draft on a variety of topics about the Celtics' future. Also, fan favorite Mickael Pietrus speaks to Molly McGrath about his offseason surgery and summer (video after the jump).
Over the past couple of days, there have been fake twitter reports of trades and retirements and other such nonsense. There have been fake Chris Broussard and fake Stephen A Smith accounts that have causes havoc among Celtics fans and NBA fans alike. There was this tweet from @Stephan A Smifh
Sad day for the NBA, as the great Kevin Garnett has decided to retire. Press conference...
Rajon Rondo led the Celtics on a deep playoff run in 2012, only to fall to the eventual champion Miami Heat in Game 7 of the Eastern Conference Finals. Still, the point guard played to his All-Star potential throughout the post-season and was a major reason the C's were able to make it as far as they did. With Rondo signed through 2015, the Celtics have a distinct advantage over...
Ray Allen’s free agency could mark the end of an era in Boston. When Ray joined the Celtics, it marked the first time since Dee Brown pumped up his Reeboks that Boston was excited about a Celtic’s players shoes. During his time with the C’s Ray dazzled fans with his amazing shooting skills and incredible Air Jordans. Celtics green when mixed with classic Jordan silhouettes was...
The Boston Celtics are one of the teams rumored to be “intensely” pursuing a trade for Jamal Craword. (CSNNW)The Portland Trail Blazers are fielding trade offers for guard Jamal Crawford and the Philadelphia 76ers, Minnesota Timberwolves, and Boston Celtics are among the teams actively pursuing the scoring specialist intensely, a league source tells CSNNW.com.I would keep my...
WALTHAM, Mass. -- Mickael Pietrus watched LeBron James and the Miami Heat cruise to victory in five games over the Oklahoma City Thunder in the NBA Finals, but the free agent swingman never stopped to wonder, "What if?" What if the ball had bounced Boston's way just a couple more times, and Pietrus and the Celtics had outlasted the Heat in seven games in the Eastern...
The power of Twitter is instant information and the ability to disseminate extremely quickly. When news breaks, it quickly spreads as people retweet the information, or see other people retweeting it, and decide to do so themselves as well.
A pair of fake Twitter accounts which “reported” a pair of big Celtics news items fooled some fans and media yesterday.
Herald Ainge thinks Kevin Garnett will pick Celts or retirement
Locals hope to get call
Doc Rivers thinks positive on Kevin Garnett return
Short on bigs
Best of the Bunch: Centers
Jeff Green nets ‘13 pick from OKC
NU alum Janning still hoping to stick in NBA
Forwards on the rise in the NBA draft
Rockets adding assets in effort to lure Dwight Howard
NBA fines Amare Stoudemire...
The general consensus around the NBA is that Ray Allen will sign with Miami. "Barring a change, he'll join the Heat," said a league source.about 9 hours ago via webReplyRetweetFavorite@AlexKennedyNBAAlex KennedyGood thing teams aren’t officially allowed to speak to free agents until July 1, huh?
“Your wit bores me” -Nate in Australia On the heels of that epically cutting insult, Careless Whispers has no choice but to return tonight at 9 eastern. Calvin and Matt will discuss whether or not Celtics fans are really as committed as Lakers fans, LeBron’s legacy and whether or not to amnesty Kobe. Also, Calvin [...]