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Celtics Off-Season Questions: Tank, or Go with the Flow?

Remember when there were 17 million questions surrounding the Boston Celtics after their first-round loss to the New York Knicks back in May? Well, the Celtics answered just about every one last week after shipping Doc Rivers out to L.A and their two future hall-of-famers to Brooklyn. Now, Boston is left with this question regarding […]

Pistons and Mavericks Interested in Acquiring Rajon Rondo

According to CBS Sports, the Mavericks and Pistons are two teams that have expressed interest in acquiring Celtics point guard Rajon Rondo.  With the Celtics rebuilding process well under way, teams are beginning to think Rondo can be had for the right price. Danny Ainge has repeatedly told teams that he does not intend to trade […]

Celtics Off-Season Questions: Trade Rondo? Sign Smith?

Welcome to the most exciting part of the NBA off-season Celtics fans: Free Agency! Unfortunately for Boston, the Celtics rebuilding phase has taken over the spotlight, so the expectations of signing any big-time free-agents this summer are abnormally low. After trading Paul Pierce and Kevin Garnett to Brooklyn, the Celtics have officially begun to take […]

Boston Sports Fans Face Adversity in Month of June

Disappointing, shocking, and agonizing are just some of the ways to describe the past month for Boston sports fans. In a decade when Boston dominated the sports scene with seven championships and 29 playoff berths, earning the nickname Title Town, it seemed our teams were invincible to the drama and epic fails experienced by other […]

Ray Allen Turns Back on Celtics, Wins Ring with Heat

Ray Allen just won his second ring, and it was not in as Celtic uniform. Last summer Allen was given the choice between a bigger contract that came with a starting role in Boston vs heading to South Beach to play with LeBron James and a chance at a ring. This past week it was […]

Celtics Start Rebuilding, Give Doc Rivers to the Clippers

After weeks of wondering what the future of the Boston Celtics would look like, and the recent on-and-off discussions with the Los Angeles Clippers, the new era of the Celtics begins. According to multiple sources, including ESPN’s Jackie MacMullan and Yahoo’s Adrian Wojnarowski, Doc Rivers and the Clippers have agreed to send an unprotected 2015 […]

Pierce’s Future with Celtics in Question

With the basketball season unfortunately ending for the Celtics last month, many questions remain about the future of the team. One of the biggest questions, with perhaps the biggest impact on the team’s future, is the return of Paul Pierce. The 36 year old Captain has spent his entire 14 year career with the Boston […]

Jeff Green’s Journey

Flashback to June 2007. In a draft that saw Greg Oden and Kevin Durant go first and second respectively, the Celtics selected Jeff Green fifth overall. The Celtics’ brass appeared to be drafting for the future, acquiring a potential heir-apparent to Paul Pierce. As it turned out, Green was actually drafted for the Seattle Supersonics […]

Photo: Knicks Wear All Black Before Celtics’ Game 5 ‘Funeral’

Kenyon Martin guaranteed a Celtics “funeral” in Game 5, indicating he felt the Knicks would close out their first round series in Madison Square Garden Wednesday night. Didn’t happen. The Celtics beat the Knicks 92-86 to force Game 6 Friday night in Boston. The Knicks played up the hype even more before the game, looking […]

If the Playoffs Started Today – NBA Week 22

The playoffs are really starting to come into the picture with a week left in the season. Five of six divisions and the Eastern Conference are locked up. 15 of 16 teams have punched their tickets, leaving the Lakers and Jazz in a dogfight for the final spot, though Dallas is still holding out hope. […]

If the Playoffs Started Today – NBA Week 21

Just two weeks remain in the season. The Jazz and Lakers are still in a dead heat for the final spot, while the others are pretty safe, if not mathematically clinched. Still, that doesn’t mean there’s nothing to play for. Avoiding Miami in the first round will certainly be a good race. The top spot […]

If the Playoffs Started Today – NBA Week 20

20 weeks into the season, and things are starting to come down to the wire. There isn’t much time left at all to make a move, yet only five teams have been mathematically eliminated so far. The Heat have opened a sizable lead in the East, while even San Antonio isn’t out of the woods […]

If the Playoffs Started Today – NBA Week 19

The season is nearing an end, but there’s still plenty of movement afoot. The teams are just about set (though there is still some room to make it into the brackets in the West), though many teams are within a win or two (or as many losses) from changing multiple seeds at once. A pair […]

Green’s Monster Game Not Enough For Celtics as Heat Extend Win Streak

It was deja vu for the Boston Celtics. In the 2007-08 season, the Celtics beat a Houston Rockets team on March 18 to end their 22-game win streak. Monday, the Celtics could not capitalize on a career-high 43 points from Jeff Green as the Miami Heat stretched their streak to 23 in a 105-103 victory. […]

If the Playoffs Started Today – NBA Week 18

There’s not much time left in the season. All teams have passed 60 games, but only Miami has clinched a playoff spot so far. And nobody has clinched ping pong balls yet, but will next game, in all likelihood. The biggest race by far is for the lowest seeds in the West; #7-#9 are separated […]