Courtney Lee Trade RumorsUp to the minute news and rumors on Courtney Lee's trade
Now that the Celtics-Nets blockbuster trade has officially been completed, here's a glance at where Boston's roster stands at the moment: Guards: Rajon Rondo ($12 million), Courtney Lee ($5.2 million), Keith Bogans ($5 million**), Avery Bradley ($2.5 million), Jordan Crawford ($2.2 million), MarShon Brooks ($1.2 million). Forwards: Kris Humphries ($12 million), Gerald Wallace ($10.1 million), Jeff Green ($9 million), Brandon Bass ($6.5 million), Kelly Olynyk ($2 million), Jared Sullinger ($1.
WINTER PARK, Fla. — Courtney Lee isn’t sweating too much even in the Florida heat, but he is a rather interested observer of NBA news this summer. Because he might be in it.The swingman has dodged at least one trade, with the Brooklyn Nets opting to take Jason Terry from the Celtics in the move that will eventually send Paul Pierce and Kevin Garnett for three first-round draft picks and an assortment of players. Terry and Lee make the same mid-level exception money ($5.225 million next season), but the latter has an extra year remaining on his deal.
By Corey BourassaAfter days of back and forth negotiations on a blockbuster trade that would send head coach Doc Rivers and players to the Los Angeles Clippers, Boston Celtics president of basketball operations Danny Ainge told the Boston Globe on Tuesday morning that the deal is "dead." The proposed deal would have sent Rivers, Garnett and either Courtney Lee or Jason Terry to Los Angeles for center DeAndre Jordan, forward Caron Butler and a first-round draft pick. On Monday, the Celtics reportedly asked for a second first-round draft pick but the Clippers believed that package was too stee...