C's getting closer look at SGs

June, 12, 2013
Darrell Walker/Icon SMIGeorgia's Kentavious Caldwell-Pope is among those expected to work out for the Celtics.
As part of his latest Big Board update for ESPN Insider, NBA Draft guru Chad Ford notes a few of the players expected to work out for the Boston Celtics this week as the draft draws closer. Those names include:

Georgia shooting guard Kentavious Caldwell-Pope (13th on big board)
San Diego State shooting guard Jamaal Franklin (17th on big board)
Cal shooting guard Allen Crabbe (27th on big board)

HoopsHype reported that Michigan shooting guard Tim Hardaway Jr. (30th on the big board) will also soon work out for the Celtics. After taking a close look at point guards and centers last month, Boston is getting a closer look at some of the 2 guards that will be likely be available when they pick at No. 16 in this month's draft.

Masslive noted that Detroit forward Nick Minnerath -- a native of Truro, Mass. -- will also be working out this week for the Celtics. Check out their excellent feature on Minnerath.

Chris Forsberg

Celtics reporter, ESPNBoston.com



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