Chris Wilcox RUMORS & NEWS

  • Chris Wilcox Said He Played Injured Last Season

    Hardwood Houdini "Chris Wilcox is still looking for a home after a less than productive season with the Boston Celtics. Wilcox had little to no impact for the Celtics last season throughout the year. At one point Shavlik Randolph bumped Wilcox out of the rotation. Wilcox explained to Gary Washburn of the Boston..." September 01

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    Chris Wilcox tells Globe he actually tore ligaments in his rt thumb last year and needed surgery this summer. Still wearing cast #celtics

  • Chris Wilcox knows future in his hands

    Boston Herald "Chris Wilcox is a free agent for the second consecutive offseason, and he’d rather not change his basketball address. He would love to be a Celtic next season. But at this stage of his career and life, the 31-year-old big man would settle for being Chris Wilcox again. After being “ready” for..." May 13

  • Comeback Chris: Wilcox battles back from heart surgery

    CSN New England "The silence was deafening as Chris Wilcox waited to hear word on his future. Day after day, he sat in his North Carolina home wondering where -- and if -- he would be playing basketball this season. The scar that ran down his chest served as a constant reminder of the hurdles he had to..." March 05

  • Sizable role opens up for Wilcox

    Boston Herald "Chris Wilcox has been caught in the most unforgiving cycle in sports. The Celtics forward, like most players, needs regular playing time to thrive. But until he plays better, those minutes aren’t going to come. Until now, anyway. The Celtics reluctantly included Jason Collins in their..." February 24

  • Chris Wilcox delivers inspiring outing

    Boston Herald "Chris Wilcox, after missing every preseason game with a back strain, is finally getting the chance to stretch out. Last night, the big forward's six-point second quarter was credited by Doc Rivers as an early turnaround point in the 100-94 overtime win over Washington at the Garden. Kevin..." November 08

  • Chris Wilcox a board leader

    Boston Herald "Chris Wilcox heard the criticism and took it personally. "All the talk is, 'We're getting killed on the boards,'?" Wilcox said after the Celtics' 102-96 win against the Milwaukee Bucks on Wednesday night. "So I'm just trying to do whatever I can to help my team win games." Wilcox has done..." March 02

  • Ex-Piston Chris Wilcox getting his chance to contribute, help Celtics succeed

    Detroit News "Former Pistons forward Chris Wilcox has fond memories of his two years in Detroit, although he didn't make the impact that he hoped for. "A lot of great guys on that team, I still stay in contact with all of them," said Wilcox, who started for the Celtics against the Pistons on Sunday in place..." February 20

  • Johnson, Wilcox fill voids, passing lanes

    Boston Herald "Earlier in the season, the Celtics appeared physically incapable of taking advantage of the fact they have one of the most explosive point guards in the league. But rookie JaJuan Johnson and Chris Wilcox — the two forwards who benefitted the most yesterday from the absence of Jermaine O'Neal..." February 13

  • A bear against Grizzlies

    Boston Globe "The Celtics were thrilled to get Chris Wilcox at the mini mid-level exception of $2.5 million and hoped the wildly inconsistent forward would respond when playing with a winning franchise. Wilcox has yet to play in the postseason during his nine-year NBA career. The acquisition had yet to reap..." February 06

  • NBA free agency 2011: Should the Trail Blazers sign Chris Wilcox?

    Oregonian "Continuing our look at NBA free agency and the Trail Blazers, we turn today to nine-year NBA veteran Chris Wilcox. Wilcox, 28, has played for four NBA teams: the Clippers, Sonics/Thunder, Knicks and Pistons. He holds career averages of 8.8 points and 5.1 rebounds in 21 minutes per game at both..." July 23

  • Pistons veterans are likely to leave

    Detroit News "Perhaps it's fitting — or sad — the Pistons' season mercifully will end at the scene of this season's most embarrassing moment: Philadelphia. It was at the Wells Fargo Center that half the roster skipped a morning shoot-around in protest of coach John Kuester. It was the exclamation point..." April 13

  • How the Pistons' protest went down in Philadelphia

    Detroit Free Press "Ben Wallace wasn't around because he had to deal with the death of a beloved brother. Tracy McGrady basically called in sick -- probably sick of the organization that has become the talk of the league because of dysfunction. Chris Wilcox made himself scarce from the prying eyes of the media..." February 27