A. Sherrod Blakely

A. Sherrod Blakely

CSNNE.com and Chevrolet SportsNet Central Celtics Insider
A. Sherrod Blakely is a veteran NBA journalist having covered the Boston Celtics since 2009 and the Detroit Pistons for Booth News Services and MLive.com from 2000 to 2009. A Syracuse, N.Y. native,  Blakely has broken some of the NBA's biggest stories in recent years, including the blockbuster trade of Allen Iverson to Detroit. Blakely serves as Comcast SportsNet's Celtics Insider for CSNNE.com and Chevrolet SportsNet Central. Prior to working for MLive.com, Blakely spent five years covering Duke, N.C. State and the ACC for the Raleigh (N.C.) News & Observer. Blakely is a graduate of Syracuse University's Newhouse School of Journalism.
 

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    With Jeff Green out for the season, Celtics rookie JaJuan Johnson could be in line for more minutes off the bench. That will come down the line though, something Johnson is fine with.
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    The Celtics came out with a 76-75 win over the Raptors, but that's not the important thing. Doc Rivers wanted to experiment with the new players, and E'Twaun Moore certainly showed what he's capable of on the court.
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    It wasn't long ago that Marquis Daniels was suffering from a medical problem that jeopardized his career, so he knows how what Jeff Green is going through.
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    TORONTO Kevin Garnett is still going to average around 30 or so minutes per game this season.But the way those minutes will come about, is expected to change.That will be among the changes Celtics coach Doc Rivers plans to tinker with during this shortened preseason...
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    With Jeff Green gone, the C's have only the veteran minimum contract to offer. And three free-agent pickings now are 'slim'.
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    The Celtics' Jeff Green will undergo surgery to repair an aortic aneurysm and will miss this season, but he'll be able to resume his career next year.MORE: Green: 'I'll be back' Blakely: What now? Dr. M.: Green's lucky
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    Rookie E'Twaun Moore and second-year guard Avery Bradley are battling for the backup shooting guard spot.

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