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Report: Celtics likely to get offers for Jared Sullinger, Kelly Olynyk
|by Shawn Krest | CBSSports.com|
|(5/1/15) Celtics forwards Jared Sullinger and Kelly Olynyk will be among the players most in demand over the offseason. Multiple league sources told CSN New England that those two players would garner heavy trade interest.
The two players on the roster least likely to be traded are reportedly guard Marcus Smart and center Tyler Zeller.
Ainge: Celtics' Kelly Olynyk didn't hurt Kevin Love on purpose
|by Shawn Krest | CBSSports.com|
|(4/30/15) In his end-of-season meeting with the media, Celtics GM Danny Ainge said he didn't think Kelly Olynyk hurt the Cavaliers' Kevin Love on purpose.
Olynyk pulled on Love's arm while going for a loose ball, separating Love's shoulder and putting him out for four-to-six months.
"I think that's a little bit over the top," Ainge said when asked if he thought Olynyk's actions were intentiona, per the Boston Globe. "I feel bad for Kevin Love."
"I thought it was just a foul," he added. "Two guys going for a loose ball."
Celtics F Kelly Olynyk wants to be more aggressive
|by Elliott Smith | Staff Writer|
|(4/29/15) Celtics forward Kelly Olynyk finished his second year on a sour note thanks to his involvement in the Kevin Love injury, but the Celtics are hoping he can take a more aggresive stance next season.
Olynyk averaged 10.2 points and 4.7 rebounds last season while battling a variety of injuries.
"I think I had stretches where I was playing well and doing a lot of different things on the floor, whether passing or creating shots, shooting or getting to the rim," Olynyk said. "And then I had other games where I wasn't as good, not the same aggressiveness."
NBA suspends J.R. Smith two games, Kelly Olynyk one game
|by Brandon Wise | CBSSports.com|
|(4/27/15) The NBA has suspended Cavaliers guard J.R. Smith two games and Celtics forward Kelly Olynyk for their actions in Sunday's Game 4 in Boston, according to ESPN.
Smith punch forward Jae Crowder in the head while jumping up for a rebound and was immediately ejected. Crowder landed awkwardly on his leg and was later diagnosed with an ACL sprain. He will miss the first two games of the Eastern Conference Semifinals. Smith is averaging 9.8 points per game this postseason.
Olynyk grabbed forward Kevin Love's arm while fighting for a loose ball, dislocating his shoulder. He will serve his suspension to begin the 2015-2016 season.
Celtics' Kelly Olynyk denies trying to injure Cavaliers' Kevin Love
|by R.J. White | CBSSports.com|
|(4/27/15) Celtics center Kelly Olynyk was stunned that Cavaliers forward Kevin Love said he intentionally tried to injure Love on the play in which the forward suffered a dislocated shoulder Sunday, the Boston Herald reports.
"I thought it was a bush league play," Love said. "Olynyk was in a compromising position, had no chance to get the ball and it’s just too bad that he would go to those lengths to take somebody out of the game and do that to someone. I have no doubt in my mind that he did that on purpose."
Olynyk's opinion of what happened on the first-quarter play was in stark contrast to Love's words.
"That’s ridiculous," Olynyk said after Sunday's game. "I would never intentionally hurt Kevin or anyone else. He locked my arm up, I locked up his as we were fighting for a loose ball. You lock up arms all the time in this league."
Love is set to undergo an MRI Monday but is expected to miss a minimum of two weeks, which could keep him sidelined through the team's second-round matchup if not longer.
"I was definitely surprised (by what Love said)," Olynyk said. "In basketball, I don’t think anyone is trying to hurt anyone. For (Love), it’s very unfortunate. I know they’re trying to make a run right now."
|Kelly Olynyk was considered one of the most NBA-ready prospects in last year's draft, but he failed to make much of an impact as a rookie. He appeared in 70 games for the Celtics, averaging 8.7 points, 5.2 rebounds and 1.6 assists in 20 minutes per game, while shooting 46.6 percent from the field. He did nail 40 3-pointers at a 35.1 percent success rate, and showed a few more flashes of his offensive potential as the season went on. He averaged 16.6 points and 7.3 rebounds in just 25.8 minutes per game in the month of April, a sign of what he can do when given a bit more responsibility. We cannot assume Olynyk will be given that much rope when this season begins, so Fantasy owners should consider him just a late-round option in deeper category-based leagues on Draft Day.
(Updated 8/26/14) |
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