Following speculation that aligned the Boston Celtics guard with PUMA Basketball, the brand made it official today by stating that they’d signed Terry Rozier.
Announced via an Instagram video with Rozier working out in PUMA’s Clyde Court Disrupt, Rozier, a Youngstown, Ohio native, was thrust into the national hoops spotlight after his minutes dramatically increased given an injury to Kyrie Irving. Rozier thrived in his new leadership role, helping push the Celtics to the Eastern Conference Finals last season.
After two successful seasons at Louisville, Rozier was taken 16th overall in the 2015 NBA Draft. He now helps strengthen a PUMA Basketball roster that features DeAndre Ayton, Marvin Bagley III, Zhaire Smith and Rudy Gay.
Rozier posted career best numbers in his third NBA season. He averaged 11 points per game and upped that average to 16.5 during the 2018 NBA Playoffs.