Earlier today, Jessica Camerato had a cool post about Terrence Williams aka the newest member of the Boston Celtics family.
And here's my contribution to the Williams Welcome Party
When I say "my contribution," I don't mean that I made this video myself. I just found it and thought it was entertaining and why not?
By the way, that's probably what the Celtics were thinking when they signed Williams: "Why not?" After all, the kid had some potential coming out of Louisville. He'll now be surrounded by a wise, veteran core in Boston. He might get a chance to find himself and become apart of this year's dream.
Or maybe he'll be the next Von Wafer and find himself on a flight back to China in 10 days.
Either way, cool mix tape.
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Chris Sale (5-2) struck out six, falling short in his attempt to become the first pitcher in baseball's modern era to strike out at least 10 batters in nine straight games in one season. He allowed three earned runs, six hits and a walk in 7 1/3 innings and received more runs of support in the seventh inning alone than in any previous game this season.
Sam Dyson (1-5) faced seven batters in relief of Martin Perez and gave up four hits, three walks - two intentional - and a wild pitch without retiring a batter. Mike Napoli homered for Texas, which has lost three of four to follow a 10-game winning streak.
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