HoopsHype DeShawn Sims rumors

November 1, 2013 Updates
October 26, 2013 Updates

The Boston Celtics announced today that they have waived forwards Damen Bell-Holter and DeShawn Sims and guards Chris Babb and Kammron Taylor. The Celtics roster stands at 14. Bell-Holter, a 6’9” forward, appeared in three games for the Celtics during the preseason totaling one rebound in five minutes of action. NBA.com

October 24, 2013 Updates
September 30, 2013 Updates

The Boston Celtics announced today that they have signed free agent forwards DeShawn Sims, Damen Bell-Holter and guards Chris Babb and Kammron Taylor. Per team policy, terms of the deals were not disclosed. Sims, a 6’8” forward, played in 35 games for Sagesse in Lebanon last season where he averaged 22.5 points, 8.3 rebounds and 1.2 assists in 33.3 minutes per game. Sims was previously named the 2011 NBA Development League Rookie of the Year when he posted 20.3 points (fourth in NBADL) and 7.7 rebounds (11th) for the Maine Red Claws. Sims also has played professionally in South Korea with KCC Egis, PAOK BC in Greece and for Piratas de Quebradillas in Puerto Rico. NBA.com

September 17, 2013 Updates
August 26, 2013 Updates

David 'Dubi' Pick: Following a strong season in the Middle East, former Michigan standout DeShawn Sims was invited to vet-camp by the Boston Celtics. Twitter @IAmDPick

November 10, 2010 Updates

The decision to bail out on Greece’s PAOK has followed Michigan’s DeShawn Sims back to the states. In case you don’t know, Sims recently left the team and the country without telling anyone. Understandably his former Greek team is not happy and has blocked Sims’ move to the D-League. For Sims to play in the States, PAOK must now be compensated. Since no D-League team is likely to pay, the compensation would have to come from Sims himself. Lost Lettermen

July 28, 2010 Updates

Former Michigan basketball forward DeShawn Sims is heading to camp. "I got invited to Celtics training camp," Sims said in a text message Tuesday. It is the latest stop on Sims' attempt to find a professional home after not being selected in June's two-round NBA Draft. AnnArbor.com

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