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Teams Interested in Trading for Celtics Terry Rozier

Teams Interested in Trading for Celtics Terry Rozier

So is Scary Terry on his way out of Boston?

When asked about the subject Thursday, both Rozier and Celtics coach Brad Stevens refuted the notion that the guard - who is averaging 22.7 minutes per game - is displeased with his current situation.

With Irving back in the fold, however, 2018 has been a different story. This season, he's averaging 7.5 points, 2.1 assists and 4.4 rebounds per game in 10 contests. The Phoenix Suns have aggressively pursued Rozier, even before firing Ryan McDonough as general manager, league sources said.

Word is starting to spread that the Boston Celtics point guard, Terry Rozier, is starting to get a little disgruntled about his position with the team.

The backup point guard has been receiving about the same amount of playing time as he did last season, though he probably was expecting an increased role following his performance in the postseason last spring.

Have any teams called Danny Ainge about a trade for Terry Rozier?

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Here is what we know about some of the teams interested. Currently Isaiah Canaan is the teams starting point guard.

Bill Simmons also believes Rozier will be traded.

Rozier is set to become a restricted free-agent following the 2018/19 season after not signing a rookie-scale extension prior to the season getting underway.

According to a report from Shams Charania of The Athletic, as many as seven teams are in pursuit of Rozier, who scored six points, three rebounds, one block, one steal, and two 3-pointers in Monday's 115-107 loss to the Denver Nuggets.

Terry Rozier is at the center of some early season trade rumor back-and-forth: The Celtics have started the season with an uneven 6-4 record, despite having one of the deepest rosters in the National Basketball Association.


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