In the heart of the country, Ben McLemore and Victor Oladipo have been making their presence known. Down south, Kentavious Caldwell-Pope has been fighting to be included in the upper echelon of shooting guards in the 2013 Draft class. And out west, Allen Crabbe has quietly put together a very well rounded resume that could either help him sneak into the first round, or fall out of everyone’s mind completely. Yet with numbers like 18.6 ppg, 6.1 rpg, 2.6 apg, and a third-round appearance in this year’s NCAA Tournament against Continue reading
Having a well-rounded, 6’6″ point guard could really help any team, and that’s exactly what Syracuse point man Michael Carter-Williams is bringing to the table. Utilizing his game that consists of a nice combination of tempo control, passing, handles, leadership, and intellect, MCW is a tempting option looking forward to draft day. The only problem is, many of the teams with top picks already have their point guard position filled with names like Continue reading
This new Boston Three Party may seem to be a bit out of place. In all fairness, two-thirds of the group most recently played in New York, and mentioning sports teams from New York and Boston in the same sentence is a cause for concern.
Yet none of these gentlemen and former New Yorkers have ever called Madison Square Garden home, and they certainly haven’t bored us to death by saying “Hello” all summer either. Rather, this new trio is comprised of three new rookie Celtics: No. 21 overall pick Jared Sullinger, No. 51 overall pick Kris Joseph, and super-rookie Dionte Christmas, who signed with the Celtics this summer.
With this combination of former ‘Cuse standouts and one stellar former Ohio State Buckeye, the Celtics have plenty of incoming talent, and should be excited about what the future holds for the organization. Even more exciting were the slew of tweets sent by the three new Beantown Ballers this afternoon:
If this is any indication of how these three will act as professionals in the future, than the Celtics have nothing to worry about. These young adults took their time to help read to the youth of Boston, and spend some time with them on a good, old-fashioned Duck Tour boat in Boston’s Back Bay. Now if they can get No. 23 overall pick Fab Melo to join them the next time out, we may be looking at our early front runners for the season’s first recipient(s) of the Kia Community Assist Award.