LAS VEGAS — WEEI.com caught up with Glen Davis  while he is training with Joe Abunassar at Impact Basketball in Las Vegas. He talked about the Celtics ‘ upcoming season, free agent moves, and a new trio in South Beach.
Optimistic Outlook: ‘I think we’re going to do well [next season]. We have a lot of pieces back. With Ray Allen  being back, I’m really happy he came back. I’m also happy that Paul [Pierce ] came back. We have KG and then we just added Jermaine O’Neal. There’s a lot of other pieces that we need to put together, but I think Danny [Ainge] and the front office are going to make sure we have the team, the players, and it’s all about just gelling together and making sure it happens.’
‘Family’ Reunion: ‘It was great. To see [Doc Rivers , Paul Pierce and Ray Allen] come back means a lot. Especially what it means to them, and that’s what it’s all about. We’re family. Everybody knows that. We’ve been together, we’ve been through the ups and downs. We’ve been through the trenches and we’ve just got to make sure we do what we have to do.’
Shrek and Donkey 2.0? ‘I love Nate [Robinson ]. He brings a whole realm to the team that most players can’t bring. I just hope that he finds a place to play, and if it’s not with us, that [stinks], but if it’s with us that’s great. I would love to play with Nate.’
A Big Help: ‘I’ve known Jermaine [O’Neal] since I was in college. He’s a great player. He’s done a lot of things in the NBA, he’s an All-Star-caliber player, he’s been on that level before. He’s a great post up guy. You can always learn something from him, so I’m glad he’s on our team and he can definitely help us.’
No Sweating the Heat: ‘They have a Big Three, we have a Big Three. We have players that are capable of making big shots and playing big minutes; they have players that are capable of doing all that. So I’m not really worried about the Miami Heat . They still have to put the team together and make it gel. And that’s what it’s all about — chemistry — and it takes more than three players to win a championship. And everybody knows that. So there’s no worrying. We’re just ready to play.’