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LEON POWE RUMORS & GOSSIP

Celtics Hire Leon Powe For ‘Whatever Danny (Ainge) Wants Me To Do’

Leon Powe is back in Boston, but he’s trading in his jersey for a suit. Powe has been hired by the Boston Celtics to work in the team’s front office doing “whatever (Celtics owner) Danny (Ainge) wants me to do,” he told the Boston Herald’s Mark Murphy on Monday. CSN New England’s A. Sherrod Blakely added that Powe will work in a “community/player related position....
Via NESN.com
21 days ago  |  Discuss

Leon Powe hired by Celtics front office

As of this posting, the pre-season is yet to begin and we already have a contender for the feel good Celtics story of the year. Rejoining the Boston Celtics in a unspecified front office role is Leon Powe- a player whose tenacity and hard work differentiated himself as a contributor and won over the Celtics fans. While is job is not super defined as of right now, one thing is...
Via Celtics Life
21 days ago  |  Discuss

Leon Powe is back in town

I miss her, its been a while but she is with me now. Thank You Boston. pic.twitter.com/y3a8jieA3j — Leon Powe (@Leon_Powe) April 4, 2014   Leon made an appearance at Fenway Park this afternoon and he will be in attendance tonight at the Sixers game. Remember when Powe dropped 21 points on the Lakers in Game 2 of the NBA Finals? I do. Damn, I loved that team.  
Via Red's Army
April 04, 2014  |  Discuss

Who will be the unsung heroes the NBA Playoffs?

Every year in the playoffs there is one player that stands out and steps up for his team when needed. It could be a rotation player dropping 20 points in a pivotal game, say Leon Powe scoring 21 points against the Lakers. It could be an injury riddled star giving his fans one last moment to remember him by, Brandon Roy erasing a 23 point deficit against Dallas, which will always...
Via The Sports Blitz
April 21, 2013  |  Discuss

Leon Powe Leaves Atleticos de San German, Aims For NBA Return

Leon Powe averaged 7.3 points and 3.5 rebounds in four games in the Puerto Rican league.
Via RealGM
March 15, 2012  |  Discuss

Powe becomes latest NBA free agent to sign in Puerto Rico

You can officially take Leon Powe’s name off of the available NBA free agent list. Next stop: Puerto Rico. With talks last month between Powe -- the former Boston Celtics, Cleveland Cavaliers and Memphis Grizzlies 6-foot-8 forward -- and the Chicago Bulls about strengthening their front line went to the way side, Powe has now taken his game to the eight-team BSN (or National...
Via Crossover Chronicles
March 08, 2012  |  Discuss

Leon Powe would like to return to Boston

According to Jessica Camerato the Celtics are among the teams talking to Powe. The Lakers, Grizzlies and Kings are the others. CSNNE.com: “I’d love to be back there,” he said. “I already told my agent (Aaron Goodwin), if everything’s right, yeah I would love to be back again. It’s where I called home for three years. Everybody out there has been very nice to me, very...
Via Celtics Life
December 09, 2011  |  Discuss

Celtics not interested in Leon Powe, says agent

Though Leon Powe has mentioned multiple times that he would like to return to the Boston Celtics — and the C’s undoubtedly have a need for low-post threats — Powe’s agent said the Celtics are not interested in signing his client. (Boston Herald)Though Leon Powe had expressed interest in a return to the Celtics, his first NBA team, the interest apparently isn’t mutual...
Via Celtics Town
December 09, 2011  |  Discuss

Leon Powe Would Provide Low-Cost, High-Reward Option to Celtics If Healthy

Leon Powe is like Chuck Norris, full of ridiculous stories of superhuman strength and will -- except his are actually true. Take Game 2 of the 2008 NBA Finals. Most Celtics fans remember that as the night Powe emerged on the national stage with a dominant 21-point performance against the Los Angeles Lakers. He had played less than 15 minutes. Phil Jackson was so flabbergasted that...
Via NESN.com
December 06, 2011  |  Discuss

Leon Powe looking at Boston Celtics

Leon Powe went to the L.A. Defenders’ NBA D-League game Monday night and told ESPN’s Dave McMenamin he is looking at two teams — the Boston Celtics and Memphis Grizzlies.Considering they have nearly nothing to spend, the Celtics could probably do worse than Powe. Sure, he has played just 50 games since leaving the Celtics two full seasons ago. His knees are more beat up than...
Via Celtics Town
December 06, 2011  |  Discuss
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