Some Celtics fans wondered why the team failed to make …

Some Celtics fans wondered why the team failed to make a move for Serge Ibaka before the Toronto Raptors acquired him. But in addition to the fact that he wouldn’t have provided a huge upgrade over anyone in the rotation, Ibaka is set for free agency at the end of this season. “It’s hard to give up two good young assets like Toronto did,” Ainge said, “unless they really have an interest in re-signing him and making him a part of their core group going forward.”
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March 24, 2017 | 7:00 am EDT Update
Felder, the 5-foot-9-inch Cavaliers rookie point guard, scored 26 points and dished out nine assists in his 11th NBA Development League assignment with the Canton Charge Thursday night. He also posed like a prizefighter after baskets and exhorted his teammates against a team, the Maine Red Claws, that could be Canton’s first-round opponent in the upcoming D-League playoffs. “I think the Cavs are doing a great job of bringing me down, calling me up, letting me see what Kyrie (Irving) or LeBron (James) is doing and bringing it down here and helping these guys out as well,” Felder said. “It’s not just for me. I can also help these guys as well with what I see up there.”
According to a source, Waiters’ ankle is progressing in the right direction but there’s still no timetable for his return. Waiters wanted an MRI if the ankle wasn’t progressing, but it’s improving so no MRI is currently scheduled. “He’s feeling better,” coach Erik Spoelstra said Thursday when asked about Waiters’ ankle. “Some of the swelling is starting to come down. But there still is no timetable.”
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Wagner and Wilson will have decisions to make. In the immediate aftermath of Thursday’s loss, neither was ready to consider those choices, let alone discuss timelines. “I haven’t really thought about anything right now,” Wilson said. “I’m just focusing on us. I haven’t really given anything much thought.” “I haven’t really thought about that and I don’t really see any decision-making,” Wagner said. “All I’m worried about is my seniors and my teammates and all the staff. That’s the beauty of the offseason — it’s far away still. Right now, I’m just going to reflect on this season for a week.”