Every morning, we compile the links of
the day and dump them here…
highlighting the big storyline. Because there's nothing quite as
satisfying as a good morning dump.
"For me, I think it will be a good start for me to just come in and
start from scratch,” [Robinson] said in a conference call. “I loved my time
there in Boston. The fans welcomed me with open arms, the team, coach
Doc (Rivers), Danny Ainge, everybody, the whole organization, they were
real good to me. I decided they’re a great, winning organization, a lot
of history, and I think I fit in well with the guys. So I was like, why
Let's try this again #celticnation I'm happy to be back
These are both good deal for the Celtics for a combination of reasons that we've already discussed. Basically, it was pay these guys a few million for a decent skill set or let them walk and only offer minimum wage deals to guys who are past their expiration date.
What do you do?
Fresh starts are good… and another year under Marquis' belt, along with no pressure to back up Rondo, could be what he needs to be the player we thought he'd be.
On Page 2, Avery Bradley talks about his recovery
Bradly could be counted on as a key guy off the bench. Doc has been hesitant to play young guys right away, but we heard him go out of his way to praise Bradley's defense.
I'm looking forward to seeing what this kid can do in the NBA. Too bad he missed summer league.
The rest of the links:
ESPN Boston: Reassembly continues | New Zealand wants Perk | Rondo taking a gamble with Team USA | Herald: Daniels chooses to stay | Globe: Robinson won over by Celtics | Golden state for Harvard's Lin | Yahoo: Armed men rob Stephen Jackson's house