Celtics Tweets of Interest: Avery Bradley Pro Am Tourney, Jared Sullinger in NCAA Football ’13 (VIDEO)
The Boston Celtics are currently in the off-season and preparing for life without Doc Rivers, Kevin Garnett and Paul Pierce. This does not mean that the Celtics’ players are not on the court. They are enjoying their time while showing pride for thei native city and college.
Pro-am tomorrow @ Curtis high school starts at 9 am special guest and live DJ… check out video http://t.co/5csOl53rJC
— Avery Bradley (@Avery_Bradley) August 3, 2013
Celtics guard Avery Bradley is promoting his Second Annual Avery Bradley Pro Am Tournament this weekend. Bradley uses a video with NBA players such as Los Angeles Clippers guard Jamal Crawford and Sacramento Kings reserve guard Isaiah Thomas. In the 3-minute video, Bradley has people holding up cards with the sign “Avery Bradley Pro Am.” The event is at Curtis High School in University Place, Washington. Bradley is a native of Tacoma, Washington. Anyone 17 years and older can play. There are 16 teams with raffles and giveaways. Seattle was close to winning a bid for the Kings to relocate, but Sacramento mayor Kevin Johnson was able to attract a group who kept the Kings franchise in Sacramento. There are still many players who come from the Seattle area or played at the University of Washington.
— Jared Sullinger (@Jared_Sully0) August 3, 2013
Celtics forward Jared Sullinger is representing his alma mater, the Ohio State Buckeyes, in NCAA Football ’13. His Buckeyes hold a two touchdown advantage over Alabama in the third quarter. With Urban Meyer as the head coach at Ohio State, it’s possible these two schools will meet in January for the title. Sullinger’s dream could come true.