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Summer League Time


      This summer league team for the Boston Celtics has a lot to look for while watching the games. Will Carsen Edwards finally turn into that steal in the draft that Celtics fans thought, or will his play be just another tease of the college moments he had? Is this where Romeo finally shows why Danny took him so high in the draft? Can he stay healthy? 

     Will Nesmith build on that good rookie campaign where when given valuable minutes showed he's willing to hustle and play hard D? He proved he will crash the boards, run the floor, and knock down threes! Is it his time for that next step to becoming a key player on this Celtics roster? 

     Are these games the stage in which Pritch shows fans he's the point guard of the future? A PG who can knock down threes from anywhere? A hard nosed defender and player who isn't afraid to go to the hoop! A player who can spread the floor when teamed up with JB and JT? 

     How about Yam Madar. Is he ready to take this opportunity and show why he was so talented in Israel? Will he steal minutes at point guard from PP? Healthy competition is good for everyone. Sam Hauser anyone? A knock down shooter in college - can it translate to the NBA? 

     This year's summer team has excitement to them! These players can contribute a lot this season by balling out this summer. Hey when JB chooses to attend a Summer league game you know there's true talent on the floor! How many of y'all watched the game? Thoughts?

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