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CelticsBlog Jun 15, 2019
Boston Celtics daily links 6/15/19

Boston Celtics daily links 6/15/19

All the Celtics news you need in one convenient place. Herald Celtics co-owner Wyc Grousbeck wrestles with an uncertain summer No, if Kyrie Irving leaves, it’s not a victory for the Celtics Celtics offseason gaining traction as Aron Baynes opts to stay, Anthony Davis talks continue Is Kyrie Irving already gone? Sources say he’s preparing to join the Nets Globe Why Wyc Grousbeck compared the Celtics’ current offseason to 2007 Chad Finn: Celtics should go all in for Anthony Davis Paul Pierce said the Raptors would win in six games. He was right. With faith in Kyrie...
CelticsBlog Jun 12, 2019
Boston Celtics daily links 6/12/19

Boston Celtics daily links 6/12/19

All the Celtics news you need in one convenient place. Herald Kevin Durant has surgery on ruptured Achilles Globe What Rich Paul thinks will happen if the Celtics trade for Anthony Davis These 4 Boston athletes earn more money than Tom Brady Kevin Durant’s injury will have major repercussions on free agency Here are the next important steps for the Celtics this summer CelticsBlog Rich Paul warns Celtics against trading for Anthony Davis Kyrie Irving to decline 2019-20 player option Boston Celtics NBA Free Agency Aron Baynes picks up 2019-20 player option Lex Nihil Novi Bird...
ClutchPoints Jun 12, 2019
Report: Celtics’ Aron Baynes exercises $5.9 million player option for 2019-20

Report: Celtics’ Aron Baynes exercises $5.9 million player option for 2019-20

Boston Celtics center Aron Baynes has exercised his $5.9 million player option for the 2019-20 season, according to Shams Charania of The Athletic and Stadium. This comes after it was reported earlier Wednesday that Kyrie Irving, as expected, turned down his $21.3 million player option in order to become a free agent. Baynes has been […] The post Report: Celtics’ Aron Baynes exercises $5.9 million player option for 2019-20 appeared first on ClutchPoints.
CelticsBlog Jun 12, 2019
Aron Baynes picks up 2019-20 player option

Aron Baynes picks up 2019-20 player option

Aron Baynes returning ensures at least some front court stability as the Celtics descend into the unknown of the offseason. Shams Charania of The Athletic reported Wednesday that Aron Baynes will opt into the final year of his contract worth $5.9 million for the 2019-20 NBA season. Boston Celtics center Aron Baynes has exercised his $5.9M player option for the 2019-20 season, league sources tell @TheAthleticNBA @Stadium.— Shams Charania (@ShamsCharania) June 12, 2019 Baynes, when healthy, was a crucial piece of Boston’s rotation, offering impressive rebounding, defense and...
NESN.com Jun 12, 2019

NBA Rumors: Celtics’ Aron Baynes Exercises Player Option For 2019-20 Season

It appears the Boston Celtics won’t have to completely overhaul their frontcourt this summer. Celtics big man Aron Baynes will... Read More »
CelticsBlog Jun 4, 2019
From Ülker Sports Arena to TD Garden, Brad Wanamaker’s journey continues

From Ülker Sports Arena to TD Garden, Brad Wanamaker’s journey continues

Buried behind bodies as a rookie, Wanamaker wasn’t given many opportunities to flourish in the 2018-2019 campaign. July 1st, 2018 was the first day of free agency last summer and Boston’s number one FA priority, Aron Baynes, was re-signed and locked away. Fast forward twenty-four hours to July 2nd, 2018 and official word from the C’s camp was they had signed a one-year $838,464 league minimum deal with a relatively unknown player which left Celtics fans frantically sourcing footage of Brad Wanamaker. Leaving behind his most recent success at Fenerbahçe Basketball in Istanbul in the...
CelticsBlog May 30, 2019
Best individual Celtics performances of the year (supporting cast edition)

Best individual Celtics performances of the year (supporting cast edition)

Part Two of our series looking at the best individual performances from each member of this season’s Celtics This Tuesday, we began a new series here on CelticsBlog, breaking down the best individual performances for each player on the Celtics roster this season. Part One focused on the deep end of the Celtics’ bench — from guys like P.J. Dozier or Guerschon Yabusele up through Aron Baynes — and suffice to say, Game 82 against the Washington Wizards was mentioned more than a few times. Now, we’re moving ahead to the team’s primary rotation, with today’s installment covering...
ClutchPoints May 27, 2019
Aron Baynes admits Celtics didn’t buy into Brad Stevens’ ‘great’ system

Aron Baynes admits Celtics didn’t buy into Brad Stevens’ ‘great’ system

Players on the Boston Celtics have been relatively quiet since being eliminated from the playoffs a couple of weeks ago. Aside from Terry Rozier’s appearance on ESPN’s First Take, everyone has kept their silence on what went wrong for the team this season. Aron Baynes felt this silence was too much. Baynes decided to speak […] The post Aron Baynes admits Celtics didn’t buy into Brad Stevens’ ‘great’ system appeared first on ClutchPoints.
ClutchPoints May 27, 2019
Aron Baynes loves Boston, would love to be back with Celtics

Aron Baynes loves Boston, would love to be back with Celtics

Boston Celtics big man Aron Baynes just completed his second season in Beantown, but the Aussie has a player option for next season. While Baynes could opt out of the $5.45 million option, he wants to remain in Boston: “I love Boston. Boston’s been great to me. My family is comfortable here,” Baynes said on […] The post Aron Baynes loves Boston, would love to be back with Celtics appeared first on ClutchPoints.
CelticsBlog May 27, 2019
Baynes: “We couldn’t find a way to play as a team” - Celtics Beat Podcast

Baynes: “We couldn’t find a way to play as a team” - Celtics Beat Podcast

Boston’s back-up big man joins Adam Kaufman and takes us inside the Celtics’ fragile locker room... Column composed By Evan Valenti for CLNS and CelticsBlog Aron Baynes sounds like a guy that wants to come back next season. The Australian chatted with CLNS’ very own Adam Kaufman on this week’s Celtics Beat. “I love Boston. Boston’s been great to me. My family is comfortable here” said the Celtics big man. “I have to have a chat with Danny and Brad in the next couple of weeks. Want to see what their thoughts are as well. If everything lines up I’d still love to come...
CelticsBlog May 26, 2019
Boston Celtics daily links 5/26/19

Boston Celtics daily links 5/26/19

All the Celtics news you need in one convenient place. Globe Raptors advance to first NBA Finals Lex Nihil Novi Ainge a Source of Disagreement CLNS Media Aron Baynes on What Went Wrong This Season Manning: Celtics Missed Out on Kawhi Leonard as Raptors reach NBA Finals LeBron James Rumored To Have Contacted Jimmy Butler & Kawhi Leonard As Free Agency Approaches NBC Sports Boston NBA Rumors: Nets interested in Kyrie Irving-D’Angelo Russell pairing Report: Eastern Conference scout believes Jayson Tatum’s stock ‘took a hit’ in 2018-19 Celtics Exit Interviews: Will...

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