// E’Twaun Moore

Pierce and Bradley Carry Celtics Past Magic, Clinch Fifth Straight Atlantic Title

Paul Pierce might be nearing the finish line of a career that will end in the Hall of Fame and a spot in the TD Garden rafters. But if these are Pierce’s last games, The Truth wants to go out in style. Pierce scored a game-high 29 points and recorded a career-best 14 assists, carrying […]

Nowitzki, Mavericks Crush Shorthanded Celtics

Hmm… let’s see. The Celtics struggled badly with rebounds Monday night against the Dallas Mavericks. They also couldn’t move the ball offensively, find open shots or accomplish anything in the paint. The Celtics played the Mavericks without Kevin Garnett (family matter), Brandon Bass (knee) and Rajon Rondo (two-game suspension). They lost to the Mavericks, 89-73. […]

Celtics Twice Nearly Claimed Knicks’ Jeremy Lin Off Waivers

Apparently, some dude on the Knicks is having a decent season. Jerry something-or-other. Played for Yale, I think. Were he a Celtic, I might show more enthusiasm for point guard Jeremy Lin and the seven consecutive wins his team has rattled off since his move into the starting spot. And it appears I nearly got […]

Celtics Report Card: Leave it to Cleveland

The first quarter of the year has come and gone, and the Boston Celtics started this week well on their way to a pretty good grade. They mustered a dominant defensive performance and a massive comeback in a home-and-home against the Orlando Magic, then managed a quality win over a playoff-caliber Indiana Pacers squad that […]

The Atlantic, Week 4: Celtics’ Confidence and Andrea Bargnani Trending Up

Welcome to “The Atlantic,” a weekly column where we ‘trend up’ and ‘trend down’ news and notes from the NBA’s Atlantic Division. The Boston Celtics are no longer the most disappointing team in the Atlantic Division – the Knicks are. Is Andrea Bargnani a top-10 power forward? Can the New Jersey Nets still make the […]

Celtics Complete Biggest Comeback in 16 Seasons Against Magic

The Boston Celtics got double-doubles from Paul Pierce and Kevin Garnett, plus double-digit scoring from three more, coming all the way from 27 down to beat the Orlando Magic 91-83 Thursday night at the Amway Center. It was Celtics’ biggest comeback in 16 seasons.

Celtics Get Out Hustled, Blown Out by Pacers

Kevin Garnett and Paul Pierce scored 21 a piece, but that wasn’t enough to lift the sluggish Celtics over the Indiana Pacers, as they fell 97-83 Saturday night in Indianapolis. Danny Granger scored 21 for the Pacers, while Darren Collison and Paul George each had 17. The Celtics shooting woes continued as they shot 38 percent […]

Strong Start Powers Celtics to Second Preseason Win Over Raptors

Doc Rivers gave his starters the first half of Wednesday’s home game against the Toronto Raptors, then turned it over to the bench. The Boston Celtics bench played virtually the entire second half, maintaining a large first-half lead to beat the Raptors, 81-73. A two-game preseason might not say much, but the Celtics finished theirs […]

Celtics Kick Off Abbreviated Preseason With Close Win in Toronto

Boston Celtics basketball finally got underway Sunday in Toronto, with Boston narrowly coming out on top 76-75. The game featured Boston blowing another double-digit lead like they many times last season, but the Celtics just managed to hold off a potential buzzer beater to walk away with the victory. In fact, Toronto scored the first […]

Celtics’ Free Agency Preview: Guards

Sports of Boston continues its three-part preview of the 2011-12 Celtics roster and possible free-agent moves. Today, we’ll look at the guards. The depth chart in the back-court for 2011-2012 Boston Celtics currently looks something like this: PG: Rajon Rondo, Avery Bradley SG: Ray Allen, E’Twaun Moore If the Celtics can resign Delonte West that […]

Celtics Draft Pick E’Twaun Moore to Play in Italy?

UPDATE (7/28) – Moore reportedly agreed to a one-year deal with Benetton Treviso in Italy. —– It is looking increasingly likely that the NBA will not play a game in 2011. The players know this, and that’s why they have looked into playing overseas. Deron Williams was the first, but dozens are likely to follow. […]

Celtics Acquire Purdue’s JaJuan Johnson From Nets, Draft E’Twaun Moore

The Celtics acquired forward/center JaJuan Johnson (the 27th pick) along with a 2014 second round pick from the New Jersey Nets for Marshon Brooks, the No. 25 pick out of Providence. In the second round, the C’s grabbed another Boilmaker, selecting 6-foot-4 guard E’Twaun Moore. Experts suspected Danny Ainge was interested in acquiring Boston College guard […]