Joakim Noah and Brandon Wright were in Waltham for workouts. They did not work out against each other, however. Wright has decided to workout by himself and not against competition, feeling that he can get more attention that way. Noah worked out against Michigan's Courtney Sims. Noah gave a great interview, according to the report on Celtics.com. He was impressed with Yi's solo workout, but questions how that will transfer to a court with 9 other people.
Ainge continues to feel that the workouts are more for the coaches to get a feel for the players and to talk with them about life on and off the court. Ainge made no comment on Noah's workout, but on Wright's solo work out, Ainge had this to say:
"It's tough to determine how workouts go when you don't play against people," Ainge said of today's session. "I'm not going to comment on that, that's Brandan's decision and his agent's. That's their strategy. It's worked before and it hasn't worked, so we'll see."