According to Alex Kennedy of hoopsworld.com, the Celtics were one of four teams present at free agent forward Adam Morrison's workout Tuesday in Las Vegas. The Bulls, Clippers and Cavaliers were also present for the workout.

 

Morrison, the third overall pick of the 2006 NBA draft, has been a major disappointment in his three professional seasons. He played with the Lakers last season, averaging 2.4 points and 1.0 rebounds in 31 games.

 

According to a report in the Boston Herald, the agent for point guard Nate Robinson said his client could reach an agreement to return to the Celtics by the end of the week. "Things are going well," said Robinson's agent, Aaron Goodwin. "We're just trying to get something worked out.

According to a report in the Deseret News, the Jazz have agreed to a trade that would send Al Jefferson from Minnesota to Utah. 

 

The CEO of the Jazz, Greg Miller, tweeted that he "just approved a Jazz roster move that I'm very excited about. Planning to share details tomorrow."

 

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According to an ESPN.com report Kendrick Perkins underwent successful surgery Monday to repair a torn anterior cruciate ligament in his right knee. 

 

The surgery was performed by Celtics team physician Dr. Brian McKeon at the New England Baptist Hospital. 

 

NBA commissioner David Stern Monday told the media in Las Vegas that he has fined Cleveland Cavaliers owner Dan Gilbert $100,000 for his comments following the announcement by LeBron James that he was leaving Cleveland to join the Miami Heat.

 

Gilbert released a statement last Thursday calling James' behavior "cowardly." Later that night, he told the Associated Press that he believed the two-time MVP had quit at times during the Cavs six-game loss to the Celtics in the 2010 Eastern Conference semifinal series. 

 

Celtics point guard Rajon Rondo will be added to the Team USA tryout roster for the 2010 World Championships. Rondo had asked to be left off the roster because of a family commitment, but he appears to have changed his summer plans. He will join 21 other players who will be fighting for a roster spot when they attend the team's July 20-24 training camp in Las Vegas.

 

According to a report by Marc J. Spears of Yahoo! Sports, a league source has indicated that the Celtics have shown "serious interest" in free agent forward Josh Howard.

 

WEEI.com has confirmed with a source that Tony Allen has agreed to a multi-year deal with the Grizzlies. The Memphis Commercial Appeal first reported the agreement. Allen, an unrestricted free agent, has spent his entire career with the Celtics since being drafted in 2004.

ORLANDO -- The Celtics lost to the Nets, 86-68, on Friday to finish their 2010 NBA Summer League with a 1-4 record.

 

The Celtics dressed just seven players in the loss. Jaycee Carroll, Ryan Thompson, DeShawn Sims and Matt Janning flew Thursday to Las Vegas for another NBA Summer League, and Semih Erdin is back in Turkey for the FIBA championships.

 

Luke Harangody completed an impressive week with a team-high 18 points and eight rebounds in the loss. Rodney Green chipped in with 12 points and Oliver Lafayette had 10 assists.