Monday, October 5, 2015

Terry Rozier Says He'll Talk About Louisville Book When the Time is Right

Former Louisville guard Terry Rozier says he will answer questions about the escort-related mess at Louisville when the time is right. 

"When it's time to answer those questions and deal with that, I will," Rozier told Adam Himmelsbach of the Boston Globe.

Rozier, who is mentioned in the book, had this say about the situation:

In one excerpt, Powell referred to accepting tickets to two Louisville games, apparently from McGee, in exchange for bringing two women for “a new recruit from Cleveland named Terry.” Rozier, who lived in the Cleveland suburb of Shaker Heights, Ohio, committed to Louisville in 2011 and enrolled as a freshman in 2013.

The Celtics arrived here at about 6 a.m. Eastern time on Saturday, and Rozier told the Globe he was unaware of the book. When the basic accusations were relayed to him, he responded: “When it’s time to answer those questions and deal with that, I will. But right now I’m just trying to take in this moment with these guys out here and have a lot of fun with my teammates. So, like I said, when that time comes to answer that, I will.”

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