Former LSU and current Boston Celtics rookie Tremont Waters balled out Tuesday night in the teams preseason win over the Cleveland Cavaliers.

Waters finished with 24-points and showed off plenty of his moves...

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Good for him, but the NBA can fall off the face of the earth!
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Must be a lot of PRO-CHINA commies on here.
1 month
He continues to prove the doubters wrong.
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nasty
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Really rooting for this kid. He was so fun to watch as a Tiger.
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Will be an all star in a few years.
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I think anyone who watched LSU knew he'd be a steal in the draft. Nice 2nd round pick by Boston.
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#51 is so stinky
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totally sauced that guy with the hesitation move..
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subtle head and shoulder fake really nice. Hard to do while keeping your dribble
1 month
Really happy for this guy. He was an excellent Tiger and I hope he has continued success.
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I'm happy for him too but I sure am going to miss seeing him in P & G this year.
1 month
His game is lookin sharp
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