Brad Stevens of the Boston Celtics looks on during the second half against the Minnesota Timberwolves at TD Garden on January 5, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts.
Boston Celtics guard Terry Rozier is unhappy with his playing time, and teams are beginning to monitor the situation in pursuit of a potential trade for the volume-scoring guard, according to Bill Simmons of The Ringer. But the Celtics also have a logjam at point guard, especially after Irving stated that he intends to re-sign in Boston at season's end.
National Basketball Association insider Shams Charania reported on Wednesday that several National Basketball Association teams were interested in trading for Rozier.More news: Star Wars 'Rogue One' Prequel Series Coming to Disney Streaming Service
Celtics point guard Terry Rozier enjoyed a breakout in 2017-18 in the wake of Kyrie Irving's season-ending injury. Phoenix had the worst record in the National Basketball Association last season. Intriguing possibility: "San Antonio". The Phoenix Suns have aggressively pursued Rozier, even before firing Ryan McDonough as general manager, league sources said.
"Not since the season started, no", he said on the radio.
According to the report, Celtics GM Danny Ainge is "content" with his roster and seems to have little interest in trading Rozier.More news: Judge loses reelection, so he sets all the defendants free
"Not since the season started, no".
The Boston Celtics are 6-4, boast one of the deepest rosters in the National Basketball Association and are arguably the favorite to win the Eastern Conference this year. "Terry hasn't shared any of those with me and I think he would if he were feeling that way".More news: FSU garners #1 seed, opens NCAA Tournament against Loyola