Marquis Daniels open to Celtics returnPosted by Inside Hoops
It’s always nice to return to a place that’s comfortable. And generally, people find Boston comfortable as a city, and the Celtics winning ways a nice thing to be a part of.
And, players just like jobs. Those are nice, too.
Gary Washburn of the Boston Globe reports:
Marquis Daniels last played for the Celtics on Feb. 6, when he collapsed on the TD Garden floor after a what appeared to be normal collision with Orlando’s Gilbert Arenas. Daniels was taken off the court in a stretcher and declared out for the season with a spinal condition that required surgery.
After an injury-plagued 2009-10 season, Daniels was bouncing back with a solid year before the injury. He was traded to the Sacramento Kings for cash to clear a roster spot. But Bartelstein said he has always been open in returning to the Celtics.
The Celtics likely have one last championship run in them before it’s time to consider breaking up the team and sending a few guys into an old-age home.
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