After Brooks and Bogans gave their answers to one question, Humphries said, "Yeah basically all those cliched comments. Flanked by veteran Keith Bogans and third-year player MarShon Brooks, the most marquee player in the deal stood up and introduced himself. The Celtics held a press conference Monday to introduce three of the players acquired in the deal that sent Kevin Garnett and Paul Pierce to the Brooklyn Nets. While Ainge didn't sound too convincing, Humphries in particular was even less so. Right out of the gate, it was clear both the players and team management weren't sure how long the players would be wearing Celtics green. "It's been a pleasure getting to know them real briefly," newly-hired Celtics coach Brad Stevens chimed in. With the first question, a local reporter asked Celtics general manager Danny Ainge whether he expected the trio, along with forward Gerald Wallace, to be on the roster by the time the summer ended. "Sure," said Ainge. "We have some work to do.