The 9 most disappointing Celtics players since 2008

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5. Evan Fournier

Era: The Kemba Core

Disappointment Points: 3

Was Evan Fournier actually good? Was Evan Fournier really that bad, either? I don’t know, and maybe I never will. But I know what he definitely was: super lame.

The moment he was traded to the Celtics, he tweeted that fans should Google his name to find out more about him. Do not do that. It is a disgusting medical term. I repeat, do not Google his name. Great start Evan.

I could forgive the Twitter trolling, but in his first game, he logged zero points in 33 ENTIRE MINUTES. How is that even possible? I’m still not sure, but it was a bad omen for sure.

In his lone full season on the Cs, he averaged a pedestrian 13 points per game after scoring 20 a game the previous season on the Orlando Magic, which just sucked. He was one of a great many promising additive pieces that never panned out, and just how memorable his Twitter troll and first-game debacle were forced him onto this list. Here are some other names from the era that narrowly missed the cut: Romeo Langford, Aaron Nesmith, Daniel Theis, Jeff Teague, and Tristan Thompson.