The NBA Draft lottery isn’t until May 20, but even if you spend the next month hunting down four-leaf clovers, don’t count on much luck being on the Boston Celtics’ side when those ping-pong balls go bouncing.
Kentucky is expected to have a few stars for the NBA Draft, but would any of them fit in Boston?
CSNNE’s Mike Gorman takes a look at the crop of college players who may end up wearing a Celtics uniform next season.
Last night, the Huskies cut down the nets in Dallas after beating Kentucky 60-54 to win the school’s fourth national championship. Consider that Kentucky needed four straight late escapes to reach the final and you get a sense for what kind of Tournament this was.
Joe Sullivan of the Boston Globe has been covering the NCAA tournament and he came on Toucher and Rich Monday morning to talk about the job of Connecticut coach Kevin Ollie and how UConn, led by Roxbury native Shabazz Napier, defied all odds to make the championship game.
Calipari embraces the sordid system, uses it, and dominates. He doesn’t pretend he’s taking kids for the leafy campus life, for the diploma that will never arrive, or even for a few classes. He wants talent. And talent he gets. And talented he is.
If you’re a Celtics fan, you may want to take a seat and grab an empty brown paper bag.
With college basketball superstars being the center of attention in the NCAA tournament, Celtics fans will be eagerly paying attention the next two weeks to which player could be the potential future of the franchise.
While the Celtics VP of Basketball Operations hasn’t drafted a player solely on his performance in March Madness, Danny Ainge says you can find out a lot about the makeup of a player during this time of year.
Mike Gorman told Toucher and Rich Tuesday morning that Danny Ainge would be a great poker player, because he loves (trade) chips.