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“I thought he did a great job,” Garnett said of Sullinger’s first start during the Celtics [team stats]’ win in Washington last Saturday. “He’s a no-nonsense guy. Not that I’m shooting down the other guys, but he’s a young fella, he comes in and does what you tell him. He’s a great rebounder. His IQ is incredible.
“He reminds me a lot of Perk, man. Not the defender Perk was, but his IQ moving the ball and being unselfish is the same.”
Sullinger learned this much — when Kevin Garnett speaks, the wisest thing to do is agree.
“It means a lot,” Sullinger said of the comparison. “First of all, it comes from Kevin. When Kevin gives anybody praise, he really likes you, I guess. It’s a blessing.
“But at the same time I have to keep working.”
Herald: Sullinger: KG praise means a lot
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Jared Sullinger starts again for the Celtics as they face the Wiards for the second straight game. Doc Rivers was asked before the game why Sullinger was starting again, which he met with a simple answer. “We’re playing the same team!” Rivers joked. “I do like Jared in the lineup. I just think he just [...]
In Kevin Garnett's post-practice interview today, he addressed the Celtics' consistency issues from the first few games of the season.
From WEEI's Ben Rohrbach:
The Boston Celtics hosted their first open practice of the regular
season in Waltham on Tuesday, and Kevin Garnett sent a clear message to
his new teammates: Buy into the Celtics system of practicing how...
After their first week of play the Celtics have had their ups and downs in competition. In this Rookie Report we'll cover the newcomers contributions in the first three games, their development, and what to look for in the Celtics upcoming schedule.
Jared Sullinger - As noted and projected in the first Rookie Round-Up, there were high expectations for first round draft...
Kevin Garnett says Jared Sullinger reminds him of Kendrick Perkins when it comes to basketball IQ and unselfishness.
— Boston Celtics (@celtics) November 6, 2012
Obviously a pretty big compliment by the Big Ticket. KG has been searching for a partner in crime down low since Perkins was traded. Shaq couldn't get back on the court due to his foot. J.O. needed to be wrapped...
We’ve seen what happens to the Celtics when Kevin Garnett isn’t in the line up. We know it. But if you don’t, Cedric Maxwell summed it up quite nicely on CSNNE:
“I think the thing about KG, KG is the engine,” Maxwell said. “You can have the keys — Rondo has the keys to everything — but KG is the engine and when the engine is going the car is going the right way...
WALTHAM, Mass. — After more than 45,000 minutes played and some 24,000 points scored, Kevin Garnett has gotten the hang of this professional basketball thing.
But as the surefire future Hall of Famer embarks on his 18th NBA season, he is the subject of constant monitoring, probably even more so than he was as a teenager in 1995. Back then, after all, nobody knew what to expect...
Kevin Garnett has given us much enjoyment with his post game interviews. We have heard rants about how he can shoot threes and how he's not old. We've heard analogies about making tortillas and casseroles. Whatever he comes up with, it's always fun. But, when even KG calls an interview weird, you know it's going to be fun. Here is a transcript from Green Street...
Some pre-game chatter before the Boston Celtics (1-2) and Washington Wizards (0-2) tip off at 7:30 EST.
Sullinger gets second start
Jared Sullinger starts again tonight. C's-Wizards, 7pm WEEISpecial pre-game tribute to the late Jim Durham.
— Sean Grande (@SeanGrandePBP) November 7, 2012
Still no John Wall or Nene
As expected, no John Wall or Nene tonight for the #Wizards...
I'm still trying to figure out how Boston Celtics guard Paul Pierce was able to thread this pass to Kevin Garnett against the Washington Wizards.
Maybe, he has eyes in the back of his head:
In a game devoid of cohesive and consistent offense, the Celtics trail 42-37 at the half. Kevin Garnett has seven points and 10 boards while Rajon Rondo has eight points and five assists. Rondo, who is halfway to his 28th straight double-digit assist game, has been as creative as ever tonight with several dazzling behind-the-back [...]
Listen to internet radio with CLNSRadio on Blog Talk Radio(Listen at 9 p.m. ET with the widget above, call in at 347-215-7771 and subscribe to the podcast on iTunes.)Like the body part that pushed Jared Sullinger down NBA Draft boards to the 21st selection, the King of the Court podcast is back tonight at 9 p.m. ET.Last week’s episode was canceled when Hurricane Sandy quite literally...
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Tip: 7:30 PM Court: TD Garden Watch it: CSN Hear it: WEEI
Referees: Monty McCutchen, Bennie Adams, Kevin Scott
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At Home: 1-1
On Road: 0-1
Streak: Won 1
Streak: Lost 2
Buckets: Pierce (20.0 ppg)
Buckets: Kevin Seraphin (19.0 ppg)
Boards: Garnett (7.7 rpg)
Boards: Earl Barron...
Herald Despite win, C’s effort not there Celts avoid Wash.-out with OT win Chris Wilcox delivers inspiring outing A Sichting sighting in Boston Randy Foye, Jazz drop Lakers to 1-4 start Globe Final: Celtics 100, Wizards 94 (OT) Sullinger gets second straight start for Celtics, against WizardsCeltics’ win over the Wizards not too much to be proud ofCeltics hold off Wizards...
Doc has a lot of toys to play with, but which should he use and when?
The Boston Celtics are off to a lackluster 1-2 start. Coming into the season, there was much hype surrounding the Green Team following their headline acquisitions (and one headline departure), but fans and the team, for that matter, are learning that it will take some hard work.
Doc Rivers has been down this road...