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Promising Harangody looks to sign soon

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07:48 AM ET 07.28 | Luke Harangody's agent hopes his client will sign a deal this week. Mark Bartelstein told CSNNE.com that he plans to talk with Danny Ainge, Boston's president of basketball operations, sometime this week to try and iron out a deal for the former Notre Dame standout. "I'm hopeful we can get it done pretty quickly," Bartelstein said. The 6-foot-8 forward, chosen by Boston with the No. 52 pick in last month's NBA draft, was arguably the C's best player during the team's summer league schedule in Orlando, Fla. when he averaged 16.6 points and 6.8 rebounds per game. Just as important, he showed the ability to score from the perimeter as well off the dribble -- areas of his game that many questioned leading up the draft.

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July 28, 2010  08:39 AM ET

Don't know this guy. Are we saying he may get a job on the bench or that he could possibly contribute something this year?

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July 28, 2010  08:47 AM ET

he was the leading scorer in the big east last couple of years....can make shots and is tough

July 28, 2010  08:52 AM ET

If the behind the scenes talk about this kid are true then he's cut from the same cloth of past Boston players - Hard-nosed player and tough...!

July 28, 2010  08:57 AM ET

He is actually not a bad player, I saw him play in the summer league and he is a straight up huslter that isn't scared to bang with you down low. He would def be a great practice player or 8th-9th player coming off the bench. He also has a solid mid range shot for a big guy, I would sign him to non contract. He will work hard for you.

July 28, 2010  08:57 AM ET

He went to high school where I went in Indiana and I came back to watch him play. He dominated there. Then went on to Notre Dame and grew into a hard-nosed, tough player. He should make the team, and if not be a big contributor this year, definitely next year. He can rebound, score inside, has developed both hands and has worked on his jumper. Kind of a Tyler Handsborough, but with more meat on his bones.

July 28, 2010  09:12 AM ET

Great player to have on your squad

July 28, 2010  09:30 AM ET

I don't think his lastname will look good on an NBA jersey. Overseas maybe?

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July 28, 2010  09:40 AM ET

Do ya feel lucky, Bro?

July 28, 2010  09:43 AM ET
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The best athlete to ever come out of Notre Dame was Rudy....then in a close second is this guy....

Lmao, nobody tops Rudy!!!

July 28, 2010  09:50 AM ET
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Lmao, nobody tops Rudy!!!

Joe Cool is not liking his absence in this convo.....

July 28, 2010  09:52 AM ET
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I love that guy....a hobbit that can play linebacker...AMAZING!!!

LMFAO, fa real tho, kid had some stones tho!

July 28, 2010  10:07 AM ET
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He'll be the new Scalabrini.

I hope he turns out better......

July 28, 2010  10:17 AM ET
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**** yeah he did....on the real not alot of things inspire me...but that guy's story does...

Well u would have to be heartless for it not to. I love a great sports story.

July 28, 2010  10:36 AM ET
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Somehow Love and Basketball made me puke...

LMFAO, thats because it was a major chick flick with basketball sprinkled over it!

July 28, 2010  10:58 AM ET
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Yeah but watching Omar Epps atrocious acting and jumpshot is worth it if you are getting a entire movie with Miss Sanaa Lathan.....

SD, you are trully correct on dat one!

July 28, 2010  11:28 AM ET
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She is smokin...and without the cakeface...

One of my most important factors, could never be with a woman who piles on makeup. That way, im not scared as hell when I see her the morning after.

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July 28, 2010  02:21 PM ET

Ehhh not newsworthy. Try again, interns.

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