Nenad Krstic

February 24, 2011 by staff 

Nenad Krstic, The Boston Celtics ended a shift just to the NBA from 3 pm trade target, supportive to trade Kendrick Perkins and Nate Robinson Oklahoma City Thunder Jeff Green and Nenad Krstic, according to ESPN. Boston has also decided to send Marquis Daniels to Sacramento for money, according to CBS Sports, Semih Erden and sent Luke Harangody and in Cleveland for a second 2013 round of selection.

The Grizzlies tried to trade OJ Mayo, Josh McRoberts to Indiana and a first-round pick, but there are conflicting reports about why and when the deal feels through. Hasheem Thabeet Memphis and sent a draft first-round pick to Houston for Shane Battier and Aaron Brooks sent to Phoenix to Goran Dragic and another peak, according to ESPN.

The Boston Celtics center Kendrick Perkins processed and guard Nate Robinson Oklahoma City Thunder forward Jeff Green and center Nenad Krstic, Yahoo said. Orlando and Oklahoma City have met once this season (13 January), with the Thunder outlasting the Magic as ½-point home underdogs, 125-124. Although the 249 combined points were up “on the” total closure “virtue” is still -4 in the last 14 meetings series. Durant scored points, including the winning basket with eight seconds left in the game. Westbrook had points, rebounds and assists. Nenad Krstic added points and rebounds for Oklahoma City, which jumped 56.4 per cent in the field.
Howard led the Magic with points and rebounds, while Jason Richardson and JJ Reddick added and 18 points respectively.
Oklahoma City rebounded off the Magic, -36, and had a 24-22 advantage in the column to help. Both teams attempted free throws, the Magic made 28 and the connection of Thunder 30. The Thunder will return home Sunday for a meeting against the defending champion Lakers. The Magic continues their seven home games with Sunday’s game against the Charlotte Bobcats.

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