HoopsHype DJ White rumors

July 18, 2013 Updates

The Brooklyn Nets have waived forward D.J. White. The move comes less than a week after White was acquired from Boston as part of the blockbuster deal that included Paul Pierce, Kevin Garnett and Jason Terry. Macon Telegraph

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The Boston Celtics announced today that they have signed forward D.J. White to a multi-year contract. Per team policy, terms of the deal were not disclosed. White, a 6’9” forward, has appeared in four games for the Celtics since he was signed to his original 10-day contract on February 28. In those four games, White has averaged 2.8 points and 1.5 rebounds in 6.8 minutes per game. NBA.com

March 19, 2013 Updates

After a playing through a pair of 10-day contracts, D.J. White will be a member of the Boston Celtics for the rest of the season, CSNNE.com has learned. The 6-9 forward gives the Celtics another big man as they prepare for the playoffs. They can use the extra body -- not only has Kevin Garnett has missed the last two games (left adductor strain, flu), head coach Doc Rivers has wanted to be able to rest his veterans during practice. CSNNE.com

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Peter Stringer: D.J. White is officially a member of the Celtics. He just spoke with the media and will practice today. He'll wear No. 12. Twitter @celtics

With the arrival of a clearance letter from the Chinese Basketball Association on Wednesday, the Boston Celtics will sign free agent forward D.J. White to a 10-day contract, league sources told Yahoo! Sports. White will likely be activated for the Celtics' Friday game against Golden State. Yahoo! Sports

February 27, 2013 Updates
February 26, 2013 Updates

D.J. White is still waiting for his release from Shanghai of the Chinese Basketball Association, and as a result the forward will spend another night in street clothes in the Celtics locker room - this time as his future teammates play Utah. “They’re shut down on weekends – there’s just a lot of paperwork to do,” Danny Ainge said of China. It just takes a few days. I don’t know when he’ll be done with it – tomorrow is my guess. You strategically sign 10-day contracts. If he can’t play tonight, we’ll sign him on Wednesday or Thursday.” Boston Herald

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