According to the Boston Globe, Celtics forward/center Rasheed Wallace is likely to retire before the beginning of the 2010-11 season.
Shaquille O’Neal is reportedly day-to-day after hurting his knee on a play involving Ama’re Stoudemire on Friday night as the Celtics battled the Knicks.
O’Neal posted a solid line of 10 points and seven rebounds. Keep O’Neal on the roster, but bump Glen Davis up the value board. Davis was already having a good start to the year, but his 16 and 6 line on Friday night, combined with a potential role at center with Shaq ailing, gives him a nice boost.
According to the Boston Globe, the Boston Celtics have officially signed veteran star center, Shaquille O’Neal. Terms of the deal were not disclosed, but it’s estimated near the veteran’s minimum.
Updating previous reports, Shaquille O’Neal’s thumb injury was as bad as originally feared, and the Cleveland Cavaliers’ star center will have surgery on his thumb on Monday.