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The Celtics will introduce rookies JaJuan Johnson and E'Twaun Moore to both the media and the community Monday morning in Brighton. The Purdue products will join Celtics president of basketball operations Danny Ainge at the Edison K-8 School in Brighton to unveil a mobile computer lab and will meet the press for the first time since being hooked by Boston in Thursday's draft.
While Ainge said the team won't hold any sort of rookie camp, they do hope to keep their rookies in Boston for a couple days in order to get them set on the right offseason path. Ainge also said the team will bring in some other undrafted players to evaluate as well, though no one can be signed before the lockout.
"We'll bring our guys in and work out with them and have our coaches work with them and there will be a couple other guys that we'll try to get in as well that went undrafted," said Ainge.
Sigh. Following today's meet-and-greet with Johnson and Moore, Celtics news will be scace. If anything happens, i.e. Ray Allen shoots jumpers in his driveway, we will post it.
Pittsburgh's Gilbert Brown may be one of those undrafted players brought in for a workout.
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