Via the Boston Herald:
Doc Rivers still likes the point guard very much, but he’s played just 49 minutes after a DNP last night in the 110-105 win against the Grizzlies.viagra levitra viagra levitra cheap levitra purchase vardenafil cheap levitra purchase vardenafil levitra gamecube online games levitra gamecube online games http://buy2cialis.com/ http://buy2cialis.com/ levitra levitra cialis free trial cialis free trial cialis soft tabs half cialis soft tabs half how to get viagra pills how to get viagra pills viagra online without prescription viagra online without prescription viagra viagra http://cialis-ca-online.com http://cialis-ca-online.com levitra online without prescription levitra online without prescription
“He’s on a very good team where it’s very difficult to get minutes, but that hasn’t sidetracked his work,” Rivers said. “We’re going to send him down pretty soon to the NBDL for a week or so to get him some games, because I don’t like our young guys going these long stretches without playing games. And then we’re going to bring him back. I think that will help him.”
I, for one, think Lester could benefit from a prolonged stay in the D-League. If he’s not going to play a single meaningful minute in Boston, what’s the point of having him toil on the bench when he could be earning valuable experience in the D-League?
Remember, this is a guy who played college at the University of Tennessee-Martin, where he played against some poor competition. So playing against some D-League competition could really be beneficial to him.
Plus, I’d rather see Bill Walker get his chance with the C’s. Now there’s a player who could really make a role for himself on this team, especially with the Marquis Daniels injury. For some reason, though, the Celtics are happier to give Tony Allen Daniels’ leftover minutes.