Monday And-1 links: Photographic evidence of Celtics changes
Here is our regular look around the NBA — links to stories worth reading and notes to check out (stuff that did not get its own post here at PBT) — done in bullet point form. Because bloggers love bullet points like Alex Morgan loves headers.
• How much have the Celtics changed the roster? Look at Avery Bradley’s new twitter avatar (photo to right) and see how many guys are left on the team.
• Former Laker and Net (and Bruin if you want to keep going back, and a Toreador before that) has signed a three-year deal with Anadolu Efes in Turkey. Farmar had been filler sent to the Hawks in the Joe Johnson trade. Farmar played well for Maccabi Tel Aviv last year during the lockout averaging 14.1 points and 4 assists per game.
• Speaking of former Lakers and Nets being overseas, Sasha Vujacic has re-signed with Anadolu Efes Istanbul for one more season.
• Interesting story on Kevin Durant’s father watching his son succeed in London from afar.
• Everyone in Cleveland still expects Alonzo Gee to sign his $2.7 million qualifying offer. Because he’s not going to get a better one.
• Wonder why teams have been slow to sign Chris Andersen? Well, aside some looming potential legal issues, there is the fact he had his knee scoped about a month ago.
• Brian Cardinal is hoping to get a deal for one more season in the NBA. Somebody give pops a contract.
• Ish Smith may get a Magic training camp invite.
• J.R. Bremer’s agent says he may get a Rockets camp invite.
• Larry Owens, who was waived by the Nets and spent most of last season in the D-League, has signed to play with Gravelines-Dunkerque in France next season.