Boston Celtics looking to make moves with the NBA trade week in full swing

2/14/14 in NBA   |   BrianMaddock   |   1429 respect

Feb 5, 2014; Philadelphia, PA, USA; Boston Celtics center Kris Humphries (43) during the third quarter against the Philadelphia 76ers at the Wells Fargo Center. The Celtics defeated the Sixers 114-108. Mandatory Credit: Howard Smith-USA TODAY SportsThe NBA trade week is now in full swing and teams are being changed as players are traded to and fro. Same is the state with Boston Celtics who are rumored to experience big changes with the trades. After Wednesday’s loss against the San Antonio Spurs, Kris Humphries answered a few questions with media and then proceeded to bid farewell to some old faces before he went out.
And that was all just a cautious move, since no one knows what will happen in the trades.
Any veteran knows that this week, things can change instantly without any reason and players need to be ready for anything and be ready to adjust on a moment’s notice. With many trades going on, there is little that players can do to know when and where they will see their former teammates again.
The Celtics are a team that could change drastically with the trades. Their record stands at 19-35, which is practically yelling that the team needs something new.
Humphries said the media was way more informed than he was and would probably know it first in case a trade does being to transpire.
"You guys are more in touch with what's going on than we are," Humphries said. "So I will probably look to see what you guys are writing later on."
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2/20/14   |   spfdc

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