// Gabe Pruitt

Former Celtics Guard Gabe Pruitt Signs with Los Angeles D-Fenders

The Los Angeles D-Fenders announced that Gabe Pruitt, who was waived in November due to injury, is healthy and able to play. In an effort to make room for Pruitt on the roster, the D-Fenders have waived shooting guard Charlie Parker. Pruitt, a point guard from USC, attended the 2009 D-Fenders training camp as an […]

Celtics Update: Davis to Return, the Schedule, and more

Davis to Return To Celtics Multiple sources are reporting that Glen Davis has agreed to return to the Celtics on a two-year contract. It is believed that the re-signing will become official early next week. The financial terms of the deal have not been disclosed. If I had to guess, given the lack of available […]

Wild Shootout Ends in Celtics’ Loss to Orlando

The Celtics’ summer league team stormed back, blew a lead, and couldn’t complete a second comeback on their way to a 85-82 loss to the Orlando Magic Monday afternoon. The Celtics were down by as many as 13 in the first quarter before they sped up to a nine-point lead in the 3rd. However, with […]

Celtics Open Summer League Play With Rout of Jazz

As players are trying to make statements about their worth in the NBA, the Celtics’ Orlando Summer League team made a collective statement in their opening game Monday night, crushing the Utah Jazz 87-56. Bill Walker led the summer squad with 14 points, while big man Nick Fazekas added 13, including 9 straight in the […]

Stephon Marbury: 2008-2009 Celtics Review

The bad boy of the New York Knicks, Stephon Marbury, was given a shot at redemption this year with the Celtics. After sitting on the sidelines for a year with New York, Marbury was able to arrange a buyout of his contract with the Knicks and was signed as a free agent by the Green […]

2009 Celtics Summer League Team Preview

The Celtics announced their Orlando Summer League roster a few days ago. The roster contains four players we’re all familiar with: Gabe Pruitt, Bill Walker, J.R. Giddens and newly drafted rookie Lester Hudson. The C’s should get a good look at Hudson as he will be going up against pretty tough competition at either guard […]

Celtics Player Review: Gabe Pruitt

Not much happened this season for Gabe Pruitt in his second year in the NBA. He saw some action here and there but never really found much of a role with the team this season. His role was diminished further after the acquisition of Stephon Marbury. The young guard also had some personal problems after […]

Injury-Ravaged Celtics Need to Pace Healthy Stars

The Celtics are in rough shape now that their huge injury list includes bench players (Tony Allen, Brian Scalabrine, and Glen Davis) and starters (Kevin Garnett and Rajon Rondo). With the injuries, the team needs to slow down its pace, even in the heat of the race for home court in the Eastern Conference playoffs. The Celtics have already guaranteed themselves […]

Marbuy Signed, Pruitt Suspended

Take a deep breath Celtics fans, the Starbury era is upon us. Stephon Marbury has officially signed with the Celtics and might suit up tonight for the game against the Pacers. Terms of the deal haven’t been officially released but it’s believed to be a pro-rated amount for the veteran minimum. The tattooed one himself […]

Gabe Pruitt Arrested for DUI

According to TMZ, Celtics point guard Gabe Pruitt was arrested early this morning for suspicion of DUI. He was pulled over in Hollywood at 3:15 a.m., hours after the Celtics lost to the Clippers. He failed sobriety tests and blew a breathalyzer over the legal limit. He was put in jail and posted bail of […]

Sam Cassell Traded to Kings

With an open roster spot in mind, the Celtics today agreed to trade player/coach Sam Cassell to the Sacramento Kings for a conditional second round draft choice. Cassell makes the veteran minimum so the Celts aren’t saving much money but it seems as though the team is freeing up a roster spot in order to […]

Bill Walker Impresses in Celtics Loss

The Celtics opened up their preseason Wednesday night against the Philadelphia 76ers at UMass Amherst. After a strong first half, the Celts were outrun by the athletic Sixers in the second half en route to a 98-92 loss. With the starters playing limited minutes, the crowd at Mullins Arena had a chance to see the […]

Celtics Player Previews: The Bench Guards

For the next few weeks as the Celtics’ training camp moves on, I’ll take a look at what to expect in each set of positions. I’ll start with the bench players and then look at the potential starting five for the upcoming 08-09 season. First I’ll take a look at the guards that will be […]

Celtics Player Review: Rajon Rondo

At last we have reached the starting five for the Celtics in these reviews. The first of which is the point guard, Rajon Rondo. Coming into his second season with the team, Rondo was asked to step up his game a notch and become the starting point guard after the departures of both Delonte West […]

Celtics Player Review: Eddie House

Eddie House had a decent first year in Boston, coming into town to provide the role of the back-up point guard for Rajon Rondo for most of the season. His quickness and ability to catch and shoot the ball were the strongest parts of Eddie’s game. He had the ability to get the ball up […]