James Young

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    James Young

    All of the most recent mocks show Young still available at 17.


    Did the C's work him out? 

     
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    Wow.  Below is a list of everyone Boston worked out.  James Young did not work out for us?? Seems like his size and skillset would have been a match with our team needs.  For the past few months I considered him an after thought- too much of a reach with our first pick, and not available with our second.  Of course, now he's expected to still be available at 17, but he never worked out for us?  Does anyone know why?

     

    CELTICS PRE-DRAFT WORKOUTS
    A look at the nine group workouts the Boston Celtics held this month. These are only the workouts that media were invited to attend; individual players were auditioned as well without media present.

    Saturday, June 21
    Chane Behanan – Louisville
    Niels Giffey – Connecticut
    Glenn Robinson III – Michigan
    JaKarr Sampson – St. John’s (NY)

    Thursday, June 19
    Jordan Adams – UCLA
    Jabari Brown – Missouri
    Markel Brown – Oklahoma State
    Khyle Marshall – Butler
    Xavier Munford – Rhode Island
    Devin Oliver – Dayton

    Monday, June 16
    Keith Appling – Michigan State
    Dave Dudzinski – Holy Cross
    Jermaine Marshall – Arizona State
    Shabazz Napier – Connecticut
    Markel Starks – Georgetown
    Tyler Stone – Southeast Missouri

    Friday, June 13
    Julius Randle* – Kentucky
    Jordan Clarkson – Missouri
    Gary Harris – Michigan State
    Zach LaVine – UCLA
    Elfrid Payton – Louisiana-Lafayette
    Marcus Smart – Oklahoma State
    Nik Stauskas – Michigan

    Thursday, June 12
    C.J. Fair – Syracuse
    Aaron Gordon – Arizona
    Jerami Grant – Syracuse
    Luke Hancock – Louisville
    Geron Johnson – Memphis
    Doug McDermott – Creighton

    Wednesday, June 11
    Isaiah Austin – Baylor
    Sam Dower - Gonzaga
    Artem Klimenko – Avtodor (Russia)
    Javon McCrea – Buffalo
    Daniel Miller – Georgia Tech
    Noah Vonleh - Indiana

    Wednesday, June 4
    Clint Capela – Chalon (France)
    Michael Dixon – Memphis
    Eric Moreland – Oregon State
    Adreian Payne – Michigan State
    Victor Rudd – South Florida
    Akeem Williams – UMass-Lowell

    Tuesday, June 3
    Kyle Anderson - UCLA
    DeAndre Daniels - UConn
    Cleanthony Early - Wichita State
    P.J. Hairston - North Carolina/Texas Legends (D-League)
    K.J. McDaniels - Clemson
    T.J. Warren - North Carolina State

    Monday, June 2
    Bryce Cotton – Providence College
    Kadeem Batts – Providence College
    Chaz Williams – UMass
    Deonte Burton – Nevada
    Nick Johnson – Arizona
    Russ Smith – Louisville
    Xavier Thames – San Diego State
    Kendrick Perry – Youngstown State
    Kyle Casey – Harvard
    Reger Dowell – Texas-Arlington
    Semaj Christon – Xavier
    Tim Frazier – Penn State

     
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    I'm the only one they didn't work out, except Young

     
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    Young is an underachiever.

    With his measurables I would expect better than the poor steal and rebound rates he posted at Kentucky.

    His 34% 3FG% was substandard as well.

     

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    James Young with the 17th pick :)

     
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    Re: James Young

    LOVE THIS PICK.

     

    He was my dream pick at 17.

    Check out my Pats/Sports Blog: http://joepatsfan.blogspot.com/

     
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    Re: James Young

    In response to joepatsfan111111's comment:
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    LOVE THIS PICK.

     

    He was my dream pick at 17.

    Check out my Pats/Sports Blog: http://joepatsfan.blogspot.com/" rel="nofollow">http://joepatsfan.blogspot.com/

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    YES - you and I called this one - although you get kudos on Smart!

     
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    Re: James Young

    Rondo and Bradley should be gone or there must still be a big trade in the air.

     
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    Re: James Young

    In response to Fiercy's comment:
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    I think it's obvious, the Celts don't like him.

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    HAHA. What you think is obvious is usually WRONG, as evidenced by this post!  The Celtics didn't expect him to still be around at 17.  He was an unexpected steal.

     
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    Re: James Young

    In response to MitchUnderpants' comment:
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    Wow.  Below is a list of everyone Boston worked out.  James Young did not work out for us?? Seems like his size and skillset would have been a match with our team needs.  For the past few months I considered him an after thought- too much of a reach with our first pick, and not available with our second.  Of course, now he's expected to still be available at 17, but he never worked out for us?  Does anyone know why?

     

    CELTICS PRE-DRAFT WORKOUTS
    A look at the nine group workouts the Boston Celtics held this month. These are only the workouts that media were invited to attend; individual players were auditioned as well without media present.

    Saturday, June 21
    Chane Behanan – Louisville
    Niels Giffey – Connecticut
    Glenn Robinson III – Michigan
    JaKarr Sampson – St. John’s (NY)

    Thursday, June 19
    Jordan Adams – UCLA
    Jabari Brown – Missouri
    Markel Brown – Oklahoma State
    Khyle Marshall – Butler
    Xavier Munford – Rhode Island
    Devin Oliver – Dayton

    Monday, June 16
    Keith Appling – Michigan State
    Dave Dudzinski – Holy Cross
    Jermaine Marshall – Arizona State
    Shabazz Napier – Connecticut
    Markel Starks – Georgetown
    Tyler Stone – Southeast Missouri

    Friday, June 13
    Julius Randle* – Kentucky
    Jordan Clarkson – Missouri
    Gary Harris – Michigan State
    Zach LaVine – UCLA
    Elfrid Payton – Louisiana-Lafayette
    Marcus Smart – Oklahoma State
    Nik Stauskas – Michigan

    Thursday, June 12
    C.J. Fair – Syracuse
    Aaron Gordon – Arizona
    Jerami Grant – Syracuse
    Luke Hancock – Louisville
    Geron Johnson – Memphis
    Doug McDermott – Creighton

    Wednesday, June 11
    Isaiah Austin – Baylor
    Sam Dower - Gonzaga
    Artem Klimenko – Avtodor (Russia)
    Javon McCrea – Buffalo
    Daniel Miller – Georgia Tech
    Noah Vonleh - Indiana

    Wednesday, June 4
    Clint Capela – Chalon (France)
    Michael Dixon – Memphis
    Eric Moreland – Oregon State
    Adreian Payne – Michigan State
    Victor Rudd – South Florida
    Akeem Williams – UMass-Lowell

    Tuesday, June 3
    Kyle Anderson - UCLA
    DeAndre Daniels - UConn
    Cleanthony Early - Wichita State
    P.J. Hairston - North Carolina/Texas Legends (D-League)
    K.J. McDaniels - Clemson
    T.J. Warren - North Carolina State

    Monday, June 2
    Bryce Cotton – Providence College
    Kadeem Batts – Providence College
    Chaz Williams – UMass
    Deonte Burton – Nevada
    Nick Johnson – Arizona
    Russ Smith – Louisville
    Xavier Thames – San Diego State
    Kendrick Perry – Youngstown State
    Kyle Casey – Harvard
    Reger Dowell – Texas-Arlington
    Semaj Christon – Xavier
    Tim Frazier – Penn State

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    DRAFT EXPRESS HAD JAMES YOUNG GOING #25 TO HOUSTON, GARY HARRIS WAS ON MOCK BOARDS AS HIGH AS 9th............

     

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