Mike Moser Rumors

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The Celtics have invited former Penn State guard Tim Frazier, Kansas State swingman Rodney McGruder, and Indiana forward Christian Watford to training camp, according to reports. With Colton Iverson signing with a team in Spain and Mike Moser likely headed to another training camp, the Celtics will enter camp with 21 players. Chris Babb and Chris Johnson are under nonguaranteed contracts and the club has yet to announce the Evan Turner deal, making their 15-man roster rather uncertain. Center Vitor Faverani remains under contract as well as Joel Anthony, who accepted his $3.8 million option for next season. Training camp is likely to remain at the team’s Waltham practice facility and not at Salve Regina in Newport R.I.
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Celtics 2014 Draft Picks Marcus Smart and James Young will join current Celtics Kelly Olynyk, Phil Pressey, Chris Johnson and Chris Babb as members of the Celtics entrant to the 2014 Orlando Pro Summer League. They are joined on the roster by 2013 Celtics draft pick Colton Iverson, European veterans O.D. Anosike, Dairis Bertans, Edwin Jackson and rookie free agents Mike Moser, Devin Oliver and Daniel Coursey.
Other players on the Celtics’ summer league roster are Chris Babb, Latvian shooting guard Dairis Bertans, Mercer College center Daniel Coursey, French shooting guard Edwin Jackson, Chris Johnson, Colton Iverson,Oregon forward Mike Moser, Dayton forward Devin Oliver, and Phil Pressey. The Celtics will also play games against Indiana, Detroit, and Orlando, wrapping July 10. Games can be seen on NBATV.
UNLV junior forward Mike Moser is leaning toward transferring and spending his final season at Washington, where he would be eligible next season, sources told CBSSports.com. The 6-foot-8 Moser, who battled injuries this season and only averaged 7.1 points and 6.1 rebounds per game, will likely graduate this summer and transfer. One source said he could still elect to put his name in for the NBA Draft, but that’s unlikely. “It’s almost done that he’s going to transfer and play at Washington,” one source said.
A year from now, Mike Moser might be facing a difficult decision. But the one he announced Sunday was relatively easy because it was all but made for him. The forward said he will return to UNLV for his junior season after briefly considering entering the NBA Draft. “We looked at all of my options, and in the end I decided it would be best for me to stay in school,” Moser said. “We have a great team coming back. I believe in our program, and I love playing in Las Vegas and for UNLV.”