|June 10 12:17 PM PT1:17 PM MT2:17 PM CT3:17 PM ET19:17 GMT3:17 AM 北京时间12:17 PM MST2:17 PM EST23:17 UAE20:17 - The Boston Globe is reporting that Krstic will leave the Celtics and join CSKA Moscow.
Analysis: This is a smart move by Krstic. The NBA could be headed to a lockout and CSKA Moscow had a difficult campaign in the EuroLeague last season, failing to reach the top 16 and going through numerous coaches.
|Mar. 31 8:06 PM PT9:06 PM MT10:06 PM CT11:06 PM ET3:06 GMT11:06 AM 北京时间8:06 PM MST10:06 PM EST7:06 UAE (+1)04:06 - Krstic left the Celtics' 107-97 win at San Antonio on Thursday late in the first half with a right knee injury and did not return. He will have an MRI on Friday and will be out indefinitely.
Analysis: This is a potentially huge loss for the Celtics, though Jermaine O'Neal returned Thursday and Shaquille O'Neal could be back as early as this weekend. Krstic averaged 9.9 points while starting all 17 games since arriving from Oklahoma City.
|Feb. 24 5:20 PM PT6:20 PM MT7:20 PM CT8:20 PM ET1:20 GMT9:20 AM 北京时间6:20 PM MST8:20 PM EST5:20 UAE (+1)01:20 - The Celtics sent center Kendrick Perkins to Oklahoma City and acquired Krstic and Jeff Green on Thursday, causing a shuffle in the frontcourt for the Thunder.
Analysis: Krstic is going to have to play major minutes in Boston, where Shaquille and Jermaine O'Neal - no relation - are both injured. He averaged 7.6 points and 4.7 rebounds in just over 21 minutes a game, starting all 47 he played in, for Oklahoma City.
|Feb. 3 9:45 PM PT10:45 PM MT11:45 PM CT12:45 AM ET5:45 GMT1:45 PM 北京时间10:45 PM MST12:45 AM EST9:45 UAE05:45 - Krstic sprained his right foot in Wednesday night's win over New Orleans.
Analysis: The Thunder are off Thursday, giving Krstic an extra day to rest before Friday's matchup with Phoenix. His status against the Suns is unknown.
|Dec. 25 5:54 PM PT6:54 PM MT7:54 PM CT8:54 PM ET1:54 GMT9:54 AM 北京时间6:54 PM MST8:54 PM EST5:54 UAE (+1)01:54 - Krstic was back in Oklahoma City's starting lineup Saturday night against Denver after missing seven games because of a sprained lower back.
Analysis: The 7-foot center has missed nine games this season due to injury and hasn't played since Dec. 8. When healthy, Krstic has been a fixture as Oklahoma City's starting center. He entered the game averaging 8.0 points and 4.6 rebounds.
|Dec. 11 9:34 PM PT10:34 PM MT11:34 PM CT12:34 AM ET5:34 GMT1:34 PM 北京时间10:34 PM MST12:34 AM EST9:34 UAE05:34 - Krstic hasn't played since Dec. 8 because of a back injury.
Analysis: Krstic averages 8.0 and 4.3 rebounds as the Thunder's starting center.
|Sep. 22 10:03 PM PT11:03 PM MT12:03 AM CT1:03 AM ET5:03 GMT1:03 PM 北京时间10:03 PM MST12:03 AM EST9:03 UAE06:03 - Krstic is recovering after undergoing surgery to repair a broken finger on his right hand.
Analysis: Krstic was injured in the final game of this year's world championship in Istanbul. Krstic averaged 13.5 points and 7.5 rebounds while helping lead Serbia to a fourth-place finish. The 7-foot center is expected to be ready for the Thunder's first game against the Chicago Bulls.
|Aug. 20 7:14 PM PT8:14 PM MT9:14 PM CT10:14 PM ET2:14 GMT10:14 AM 北京时间7:14 PM MST9:14 PM EST6:14 UAE (+1)03:14 - Krstic was released Friday after being held in police custody overnight following a chaotic brawl during a match with Greece. The fight broke out during the last game of the Acropolis tournament, which was abandoned with 2:40 remaining and Greece leading by one point.
Analysis: The incident occurred just a week before the basketball world championship in Turkey, where both teams will play. "I don't know the rules, but I hope I won't be punished," Krstic told Serbian media. "An (act of) stupidity was committed, and I hope they will not punish us. The Greeks started the brawl, there were no guards and the (Greek) fans entered the court."
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