Austin Rivers, the son of Boston Celtics coach Doc Rivers who declared for the NBA draft this week after finishing his freshman season at Duke, says he'd love to play for Boston.
Boston Celtics coach Doc Rivers says he is OK with his son Austin's decision to go pro after one year at Duke.
Duke freshman guard Austin Rivers will declare for the NBA draft, sources said Friday.
Austin Rivers, the nation's top prep player and a Mike Krzyzewski recruit, responds to Jalen Rose's comments in "The Fab Five" about African-American athletes from Duke's past.
Austin Rivers wins Wootten Award, given to top McDonald's All-American, and gets surprise visit from his dad.
NBA scouts aren't sure Austin Rivers' game matches the Duke guard's swagger, but GMs believe he'll be selected high. If he's available when the Celtics pick, would they take Doc's son?