Celtics Release Sims, Taylor, Bell-Holter

The Celtics have trimmed their roster to 15 players, according to Baxter Holmes of the Boston Globe, who tweets that the team has released camp invitees DeShawn Sims, Kammron Taylor, and Damen Bell-Holter. All three players were on fully non-guaranteed contracts and won’t count against the team’s cap.

We heard last night that the Celtics intend to carry a 14-man roster into the season, preferring to keep one spot open rather than filling it with a non-guaranteed player. So while Chris Babb, the team’s final non-guaranteed camp invitee, remains under contract for now, he’ll likely be waived as well within the next few days.

Sims, Taylor, and Bell-Holter are all candidates to land with the Celtics’ D-League affiliate, the Maine Red Claws.

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pammy dee
1 year 8 months ago

Why trade Babb? He can shoot. Keep him, PLAY HIM…looks better than Bradley or Green out there.

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Franquazi
1 year 8 months ago

Babb can shoot for sure…

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Chuck Da buck
1 year 8 months ago

Why would they still keep babb I’m hoping that means ainge got a trick up his sleeve maybe trading someone for picks or something and keeping babb.