// Avery Bradley

Celtics Officially Sign Jason Terry, Pursue Courtney Lee

The Celtics used their full mid-level exception on Wednesday to make their signing of veteran guard, Jason Terry, official. Terry’s deal will be worth approximately $15 million over the course of three seasons. Danny Ainge had tried to persuade the Dallas Mavericks to sign-and-trade Terry to the Celtics so that he could maintain the team’s […]

If You Can’t Beat Them, Join Them: Ray Allen Signs With Heat

Ladies and gentlemen of Boston: Ray Allen has done what everyone hoped he wouldn’t and signed with the Miami Heat. After an overnight stay in Miami, being woo’ed by Pat Riley, Eric Spoelstra, and other members of the Heat managment, Allen decided to take his talents to south beach. The deal is for three years […]

What Re-Signing Garnett Means to the Celtics

As you may have already heard, The Boston Celtics re-signed Kevin Garnett to a three year deal worth $34 million. After more than a week of silence from the Garnett camp, Celtic nation finally received their answer on what KG’s future plans were. While a three year deal for a player who is already 36 […]

Celtics to Reportedly Sign Mavericks Free Agent Jason Terry

According to a report by Marc J. Spears of Yahoo! Sports, the Boston Celtics have agreed to a deal to sign Jason Terry. The Celtics will reportedly use their mid-level exception to give Terry a three year, $15 million contract. No deal will be finalized until after July 11, the first day free agents are […]

Boston Celtics 2012 Draft Targets: Royce White

Royce White: 21 years old, 6’8, 261 Position: Forward School: Iowa State Overview: White would be a top-10 pick if it weren’t for his well documented anxiety disorder. White is a strong, energetic forward who can get to the rim at will. White led the Iowa State Cyclones in an upset over the reigning champs […]

Boston Celtics 2012 Draft Targets: Doron Lamb

Doron Lamb: 20 years old, 6’5″; 199 lbs School: Kentucky Position: Shooting Guard Background: Doron Lamb is one of the rare players who actually played for more than one season under John Calipari at Kentucky. After winning a national championship and being named to the All-SEC second team, Lamb decided to enter the NBA draft. […]

Celtics’ Big Three Retrospective Part III: End of an Era

This is part three of a three part series as Sports of Boston looks back at the Celtics’ New Big Three Era. Part one here. Part two here. Celtics Accomplishments in Five Year Span The Celtics failed to win a championship after 2008. All of Boston is left to wonder “what if Kevin Garnett didn’t […]

Celtics’ Big Three Retrospective: Valiant Effort in 2012

This is part two of a three part series as Sports of Boston looks back at what was an incredible and challenging run with the Celtics’ New Big Three. Look for part three on Friday. Part One here. Celtics Grind Out Injury Plagued Regular Season From day one, the 2011-2012 Celtics were never given a […]

Celtics’ Big 3 Retrospective: 2008 Championship Restores Celtic Pride

This is part one of a three part series as Sports of Boston looks back at what was an incredible and challenging run with the Celtics’ New Big Three. Look for parts two and three on Wednesday and Friday. What the Big 3 Meant to Boston When Danny Ainge made the moves in 2007 to […]

Avery Bradley Injury Status: Out for Rest of Postseason

When the Boston Celtics embarked on the 2011-2012 season — heck, two months ago — would anyone have imagined that Avery Bradley missing the rest of the postseason would be devastating news? After suffering innumerable shoulder separations all season, including three during the playoffs, Bradley underwent season-ending surgery on his left shoulder on Friday. According to this […]

Celtics Loss Lowers Expectations

The Philadelphia 76ers didn’t show us how tough they are last night, nor how strong their will is, nor how much fortitude they have. Instead, last night, the Boston Celtics showed us how complacent they are, how uninterested they can be, and how little they want to fight. After scoring 36 points in the first […]

Celtics Implode in Second Half of Game 4; Series Tied 2-2

The Boston Celtics built a big lead Friday night in Philadelphia, then quit. The Philadelphia 76ers, on the other hand, never quit. And once they pulled back into the game, that sustained effort translated into unstoppable momentum, a 92-83 victory over the Celtics in Game 4 of the Eastern Conference Semifinals, and a 2-2 series […]

Celtics Miss Shots, Opportunity and Fall to Sixers in Game 2

Evan Turner hit two go-ahead buckets and a pair of free throws late in the fourth quarter to lift the Philadelphia 76ers over the Boston Celtics, 82-81. Turner finished the game with 10 points and 6 rebounds and was aided by teammate, Jrue Holiday’s 18 points as the Sixers pulled even with the Celtics in […]

Celtics-76ers Round 2 Preview: Can Ray Allen Contribute?

The Boston Celtics and Philadelphia 76ers are no strangers to each other. Along with sharing the same division and the rivalry that goes along with it, the Celtics and Sixers have had stretches in history where the two have had to battle each other in the playoffs for Eastern Conference supremacy year after year. Historical […]

Pierce, Rondo Help Celtics Crush Hawks in Game 4

Atlanta Hawk Joe Johnson drained a jumper 19 seconds into Sunday’s Game 4 against the Boston Celtics at the TD Garden. The Hawks never led after that. What should have been a basketball game turned out to be a massacre. Between Paul Pierce‘s lethal shooting and Rajon Rondo‘s mesmerizing passing, the Celtics crushed the Hawks, […]