Former Boston Celtics floor general Tremont Waters made a trip back to his native Connecticut

to play in Greater Hartford Pro-Am recently, and spoke with the Hartford Courant’s Joe Arruda

about participating in an event he grew up watching. “It’s a dope thing to be able to come back and play,”

offered Waters after he’d played. “That’s very inspirational. I know there’s kids around

about participating in an event he grew up watching. “It’s a dope thing to be able to come back and play,”

become the next player to be able to play in this,” offered the LSU product

of an event he spent much time at with his father as a kid. Waters, Boston’s No. 51 pick of the 2019 NBA draft,

signed with the Milwaukee Bucks in free agency, and has since had stops playing for the Toronto Raptors,

, Washington Wizards, South Bay Lakers, and Puerto Rican club Gigantes de Carolina.