The Herald and Celtics.com both have little announcements that the Celtics have waived Allan Ray. Hoopsworld tells us that he will be playing in Italy. And Parquet Pride takes a look back at the Allan Ray era including that nasty video of his eye incident at Villanova.
I was very disappointed and saddened yesterday when there wasn't a mention of Reggie Lewis in any of the Boston media. I felt it important to post a tribute to him here and today I found another tribute on The Coach's Take. I find the Boston media very lacking.
Celtics Blog takes a look at the remaining free agents and comes to the conclusion that there are no more deals out there for us. The Daily Times has an article on Erik Ainge, Danny's nephew.
Red's Army urges us to be patient with Gerald Green. I believe that Green is going to get it and is going to be an all star one day and if we want him to be a star for the Celtics, I agree that we need to be patient. Having Ray Allen will allow Green to grow out of the spotlight somewhat and be able to take on that star role with Allen goes. Celtics 24/7 talks about Ryan Gomes and his work to bring awareness to sudden cardiac arrest. I have been reading reports of Gomes really tearing it up in summer play in the ABA. I think he may surprise a lot of people when he comes back this season and take his game to another level.
The Washington Post reports that 8 teams have inquired about a trade for Navarro. No mention of the Celtics but we really should be in the mix going after this guy. If we were to make a trade for Navarro and Haywood, that would solve 2 problems with one trade. The Heat, who were one of the suitors for Navarro got their point guard by signing Smush Parker to a 2 year contract.The Wages of Wins takes a look at the undrafted in the NBA. Let's hope that the Celtics undrafted player, Brandon Wallace, will make it big in the NBA.