Marcus Smart Staying in Boston to Work On His Game

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Rookie (Boston Celtics) Marcus Smart has shown the kind of promise and growth that more than justifies why Boston chose him with the sixth-overall pick in last June’s NBA draft.

Smart is going to be in Boston most of the summer and will spend a considerable amount of time working with Celtics assistant coach Darren Erman, a former Golden State assistant who has been credited with helping Klay Thompson develop into one of the league’s best two-way players after coming into the league as a shoot-first, defensively-challenged swingman.

via A. Sherrod Blakely of Comcast SportsNet

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