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Jared Sullinger now out for the rest of the regular season, size is tough to come by on the Celtics ‘ active roster. Brandon Bass and Tyler Zeller both started in the front court, playing 30 and 36 minutes respectively, but those were the only two
center to speak of, wildly inconsistent wings and a guard corps that seemed to change with the weather. So it goes when Brandon Bass is your Auerbach Award winner. But the Celtics never truly quit. Well, maybe on a night or two , but for the most
averaged 16.6 points and 10.3 boards per 36 minutes over that same stretch. We’d be remiss without mentioning Brandon Bass in any conversation about effort this season. Quietly, he has submitted a consistent year in line with his
saw Rajon Rondo play his best game in almost a year, saw Avery Bradley outplay Dwyane Wade , plus good stuff from Brandon Bass and (in spots) Jeff Green and Jared Sullinger. Celtics 101, Heat 96. Sure, no LeBron James , but it was a helluva
Wallace ). Ainge, alas, is not. He's paid a lot of money not to be. So Trader Danny sticks with Jeff Green and Brandon Bass and Kris Humphries' expiring contract and Wallace and we just have to live with it for now. Oh, and Rajon Rondo is
2015-16. Gerald Wallace is owed a whopping $20.2 million. The Celtics are on the hook for $6.9 million for Brandon Bass through next season. That's a total of $46 million in three players who don't figure to be a part of the team's
McDonough, which led to the exchange of Brandan Wright for draft picks last month, can’t hurt in that regard. Would Brandon Bass ‘ $6.9 million expiring contract and pick(s) be enough to land Dragic? Or would the C’s have to include Kelly
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Thornton owns an $8.6 million price tag this season, joining fellow veterans Tayshaun Prince ($7.7 million) and Brandon Bass ($6.9 million) as attractive expiring contracts. The Celtics are winning games because of that trio, and Celtics
rebounds and a career-high seven assists. Avery Bradley (18 points), Tyler Zeller (16 points, 9 rebounds), Brandon Bass (13 points) and Jae Crowder (11 points) rounded out the C’s double-digit sextet. Luc Mbah a Moute’s 18 points
and six assists. Marcus Smart started in place of Jae Crowder, and they netted 13 points apiece in their new roles. Brandon Bass added 12 points as the only other Celtics player in double figures. The C’s shot 54.5 percent as a team. Evan