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In the two months to pass since their trade with the Brooklyn Nets became official, the Boston Celtics technically could have traded any player they acquired in the deal. But for those two months since July 12, a stipulation in the Collective Bargaining Agreement restricted moves Boston could make with Kris Humphries, Gerald Wallace and MarShon Brooks.
Not anymore. As of Thursday, the two-month restrictions have passed; the trio can now be traded freely in accordance with other CBA rules. Specifically, the three former Nets can now be traded in tandem with other teammates.
Keith Bogans, who took part in a sign-and-trade to join the Celtics, still can’t be dealt until Dec. 15.
Thank you Jay King for bringing a hint of joy to my traffic-filled morning.
But just because Danny Ainge can trade Hump and Crash Walla...