Tacko Fall has changed his scene. After two seasons as part of the Celtics, for the 2021-22 season he has signed with the Cleveland Cavaliers as an unrestricted free agent, a status he acquired once Boston decided not to extend the qualifying offer.
In Ohio a new stage begins that nevertheless does not make him forget how important his period wearing green has been. With the mythical franchise of Massachusetts he has spent two campaigns that he now remembers with affection and gratitude on his Twitter account.
“Words cannot express how much I have enjoyed playing in Boston these last 2 years, it was both a blessing and an honor… I will always be grateful for all the love and support that I have received in my time here,” he comments before noting that equally he is excited for his next adventure. “With that said, I am really looking forward to this new chapter in my journey and am looking forward to getting to work in Cleveland,” he says.
Fall has made a place as one of the favorite players of the Celtics fans, although such preference has not been accompanied by a great performance on the court, since he has only played 26 games to average 2.7 points and 2.6 rebounds. Now he will have a new opportunity to prove himself with the Cavs.
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