Kelly Olynyk’s development, Evan Turner’s signing, the trade for Tyler Zeller, Jeff Green’s future, and coach Brad Stevens’ future vision for the C’s were also among the featured topics on the program.
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Last season was plagued by injuries to the league’s most noted stars, but this offseason proved to be full of action: the draft, big announcements, players sporting new jerseys, coaching changes and the controversies – just to name a few.
Brad Stevens joined Gresh & Zo for his weekly chat on Friday, and said he’s been very impressed with Marcus Smart’s leadership in training camp.
There are really only a couple players right now than can feel secure about their future in green, with veteran shooting guard Avery Bradley at the top of that list.
Brian Robb passes along five things to watch for over the next few weeks at Celtics training camp.
Danny Ainge doesn’t see his Celtics as a “rebuilding” team, but a team building a championship contender.
Rajon Rondo sounds rather confident that his broken finger won’t keep him out of many games — if any.
While the Celtics didn’t net much of worth in last week’s Keith Bogans trade, every move they make these days is done with an eye towards the future.
Celtics point guard Marcus Smart shares his story with Rich Shertenlieb.