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Celtics Blow Out Wizards 114-83

They were without rookie John Wall Wednesday, but it probably would not have mattered too much with the stomping the Celtics put on the Wizards Wednesday. Boston took over after being down by just three points early in the first quarter and never looked back in their 114-83 trouncing of the Washington Wizards. It resulted […]

Pierce Mocks LeBron’s “The Decision” on Twitter

Just a few months ago, LeBron James stated on his nationally televised, one-hour special that he “was taking his talents to South Beach.” Last night, after beating the Miami Heat for the second time already this season, Celtics’ captain Paul Pierce posted on the following tweet on his Twitter account: “It’s been a pleasure to […]

Celtics Fend Off Bulls in OT

Kevin Garnett poked the ball away from behind Joakim Noah as he dribbled up the court with just a few seconds left in overtime to seal the win for Boston in a 110-105 final against the Chicago Bulls. Another overtime game (the second in as many games for the Celtics) for these two teams who […]

Rondo’s 24 Assists Help Celtics Beat Knicks

The night started with Rajon Rondo being honored with a trophy for his selection to the NBA’s All Defensive Team last season and ended with his fifth regular season career triple-double. Rondo was just one of the great players tonight for Boston as the Celtics hold off Amar’e Stoudemire and the New York Knicks for […]

More Trouble With Delonte West: Leaves His Future in Doubt

Delonte West is once again in trouble after many had hoped he would be able to turn his attitude around. West was involved in a fist fight with teammate Von Wafer today after a practice that saw West getting extremely physical while matched up against Wafer. The two are sharing a similar role on the […]

Celtics Underestimate LeBron-less Cavs, Fall 95-87

The Cleveland Cavaliers were expected to be a complete afterthought in the NBA this season after they lost their star, LeBron James, to the Miami Heat this summer. However, on Wednesday night, they proved that they shouldn’t be forgotten just yet and beat the Celtics 95-87. The Celtics led after every quarter until the end […]

Celtics Turn Up the Heat Against Miami in Season Opener

Fans might have a bit of déjà vu this upcoming spring since Tuesday night’s game between the Boston Celtics and Miami Heat seemed just like a playoff game. The weather was surprisingly warm, the T.D. Garden was packed, and two of what should be the Eastern Conference’s best teams met in quite possibly the most […]

Is Rasheed Wallace the New P.J. Brown?

Not too long ago, the Dale and Holley show on WEEI Radio made some comments about what Rasheed Wallace might be up to in his new retirement days. They revealed the fact that Wallace is still a resident of Massachusetts, living on the North Shore, leaving some speculation that Wallace may not have called it […]

Is This Doc’s Best Celtics Team Yet?

With the 2010-11 NBA Season just about to get underway, Doc Rivers recently discussed how he felt thats this upcoming Celtics team could be one of the best teams he has had to coach in his career. Sure, there are plenty of personalities and a great deal of talent on the team, but will they […]

End of the Road for Brian Scalabrine?

Not every fan favorite player has to be the best player on the team. That’s certainly the case for Brian Scalabrine. Scal has become one of the most popular players on the Celtics amongst fans during his five years with Boston. He’s not the flashiest, the biggest, the strongest, or the best shooter on the […]

Robinson is Seeing Green

After losing out to the Memphis Grizzlies on signing free agent Tony Allen this past week, the Boston Celtics are close to finalizing a deal with back-up point guard Nate Robinson. Robinson, who is an unrestricted free agent this offseason, has expressed a strong desire to return to the Celtics once again. The three-time slam […]

Report: Celtics, Pierce Near Agreement on Deal

After opting out the final year of his contract, Paul Pierce and the Boston Celtics are nearing the final stages of reaching an agreement on the C’s captain staying with the club. The deal reportedly would pay Pierce $61 million over four years. While Pierce will make a good deal less than the $21,513,521 he […]

O Captain, My Captain: Pierce Gets Celtics Closer to 18th Banner

Despite a late run and a very huge scare by the Los Angeles Lakers in the fourth quarter of Game 5 of the NBA Finals, the Boston Celtics were able to hold onto to for the 92-86 win and 3-2 lead, their first series lead in the NBA Finals. The Celtics also became the first […]

Celtics’ Lack of Execution Puts Lakers Ahead 1-0

The Celtics looked absolutely lost against the Lakers Thursday in Game 1 of the NBA Finals. Los Angeles owned the Boston Celtics after only trailing 2-0 in the opening minutes, and continued to pound in the baskets left and right. The Lakers easily won 102-89 and will look to continue their momentum into Sunday’s Game […]

NBA Rescinds Perk’s Technical; Celtics Still Cling to 3-2 Series Lead

A week ago the Boston Celtics had a 3-0 series lead in the Eastern Conference Finals to a team most probably thought they could not compete with. They had a 3-0 series lead with Game 4 on their own home turf. How could one not possibly expect the Celtics to be able to close the […]