The Celtics selected Luke Harangody with the 52th overall pick in the 2010 NBA Draft. 1133 PM Thu Jun 24 2010 Permalink Mike Procopio Email Email this entry.
7 months ago Notre Dame forward Luke Harangody right goes in for a basket as Kennesaw State guard Spencer Dixon looks on during the second half of an NCAA college basketball game Tuesday Nov. They need a big kid that can rebound. The Celtics need big men because Rasheed Wallace has said he.
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The Boston Celtics selected Notre Dame forward Luke Harangody with the 52nd overall pick in the 2010 NBA Draft.
I always cock my head like a cocker spaniel whenever a guaranteed lottery pick says hes nervous.
The Celtics selected Notre Dame forward Luke Harangody in the second round of the NBA Draft. Hes a load and knows how to play. Harangody was a threetime all Big East player with the Irish and led the conference in scoring and rebounding twice.
Celtics pick Notre Dame F Harangody in 2d roundUSA TodayIn the first round the Celtics picked up Texas guard Avery Bradley with the 19th overall pick. 24 2009 in South Bend Ind.
Celtics go with Harangody at 52. Hes an upgrade from Sheldon Williams. Heres more on the newest member of the Cs Position forward.
Congratulations to Luke Harangody former Big East player of the year and standout AllAmerican basketball player at Notre Dame. Years in College four. Luke was drafted with the 52nd pick in the 2010 NBA Draft by returning Eastern Conference champions the.
A process that monopolized nearly every waking moment each of the last two springs left former Notre Dame power forward Luke Harangody with nothing more to offer or to do.
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