// David West

Celtics Tie Franchise Low for Points in a Half, Fall to Pacers

The Indiana Pacers had six players score in double figures to combat Ray Allen’s 23 points as the Pacers beat the Boston Celtics 87-74 Friday night. The Celtics scored a mere 25 points in the first half to tie a franchise low for points in a half. The Celtics tied the 25-point low that was […]

NBA Eastern Conference Preview, Part 2: Playoff Teams

After previewing the Eastern Conference’s non-contenders in Part 1, Sports of Boston concludes with a look at the likely playoff-bound teams.

Boston Celtics’ Offseason Grades, Part 2

Welcome back to Sports of Boston’s two-part report card for the Celtics offseason trades and acquisitions! We’ll finish with two players returning from the 2010-11 squad. Signed Sasha Pavlovic to one-year, veteran minimum deal: C- Tracy McGrady, Delonte West, Kurt Thomas, Aaron Gray, Damien Wilkens, Earl Watson, Vladimir Radmonovic, Jason Collins, and T.J. Ford are […]

Celtics Close to Acquiring David West in Sign-And-Trade with Hornets

The Celtics and Hornets finally came to agreement on a deal…but not for Chris Paul. Danny Ainge is set to sign free agent forward David West as part of a sign-and-trade deal, according to TNT’s David Aldridge. West, who is coming off a torn ACL, will likely sign a 3-year deal for $27-29 million. Yahoo’s […]

Big Baby, Allen Help Celtics Sting Hornets

If I told you on the second night of a back-to-back on the road, after an embarrassing loss to the Rockets, that Paul Pierce would shoot 1-9 from the field and Nenad Krstic would score 0 points, you would probably assume that’s an automatic loss. For the first two and a half quarters, you would have been […]

Fantasy Basketball Roundup: Week 19

Every Monday, I will report on the events of the past week of fantasy basketball. I will go over each position and what particular player that week stood out from all the rest. As always, I will start off with this week’s notable injuries to report on. Injuries Tony Parker (PG), San Antonio Spurs Parker […]

Fantasy Basketball Roundup: Week 9

I hope the holidays were pleasant for everyone out there. During these hectic times, some people may get caught up in the yuletide spirit and forget to set their rosters each day. I myself was one of these people, and as a result, I lost both of my matchups last week. Oh well, live and […]

Fantasy Basketball Roundup: Week 6

Oh no! I am facing a notorious streamer this week in one of my leagues. Since he started this strategy, he is has won two league championships in a row. Personally, I don’t like facing streamers (obviously), but hey, as long as the league is set up to let you get away with it, then […]

Celtics Player Review: James Posey

James Posey was the reliable sixth man the entire season for Boston. He has already come and gone, but did his job well in his one year in Beantown. Posey was usually the first one into the game from the bench (depending on who was coming out, of course). The defensives stops and three-point shooting […]

David West Better Than Rest of the West Against the C’s

Fittingly, the Celtics ended their road trip with their first loss against the West at the hands of David West. West scored 37 points Saturday night to help topple the C’s 113-106, who were looking for thier first perfect road trip of 5 games or more since 1973. Paul Pierce finished with a team-high 28 points, […]