// Glen Davis

Celtics Right Ship in Possible First Round Preview

Boston needed a win to keep pace with Chicago, and they got it Wednesday, beating the Indiana Pacers at the TD Garden 92-80. The first thing to note was that it was “Mike and Tommy” night at the Garden. CSN-NE broadcasters Mike Gorman and Tommy Heinsohn are in their 30th season calling Celtics games, making […]

Eleven Nets Three-Pointers Snap Celtics 9-Game Win Streak at New Jersey

The only time the Boston Celtics don’t dominate is on the second night of back-to-back games. This has been the pattern throughout the season, and it continued Monday night in New Jersey, where the Nets beat the Celtics, 88-79. With the loss, the Celtics fell into a tie with the Chicago Bulls for first place […]

Celtics Suffocate Bucks, Set Team Record For Fewest Points Allowed In Shot Clock Era

The Celtics snapped their two game losing streak Sunday night with an easy win over the Milwaukee Bucks 87-56. The Celtics answered many questions and proved that their defense is still very potent. The defense helped create a new franchise record for fewest points allowed by the Celtics in a single game in the shot clock era (56). Ray Allen went 6-10 from […]

Big Baby, Celtics Meet With President Obama

Notice any Secret Service agents around the area? Well, President Barack Obama was in our neck of the woods on Tuesday, and after he met with a Boston school, he took the time to attend a fundraiser at the Museum of Fine Arts. There to meet the President were members of the Celtics, including Kevin […]

Celtics Survive Comeback Attempt to Defeat Suns

For the majority of the game, it appeared that Phoenix was laying down. Then, that completely reversed, but Boston managed to hold on and managed to win 115-103. A 10-0 run by Boston, to go up 16-8, forced a Phoenix timeout 3:51 in. Phoenix cut the lead to 18-15 before Boston resumed their run. By […]

Celtics Back on Track in Win Over Clippers

The Clippers tried to get the better of the Celtics in L.A. once more, but with a big 3rd quarter, the Celtics beat the Clippers 99-92. Jeff Green and Nenad Krstic made their Celtics debuts, and had fairly decent ones at that. Krstic got two offensive rebounds (of his six and Boston’s 14) and the […]

Have The Knicks Caught Up With The Celtics?

Carmelo Anthony played his first game with the New York Knicks Wednesday night, scoring 27 points and grabbing 10 rebounds in a win over the Milwaukee Bucks. Although this win was against a 22-35 team, it started the Knicks second half of the season on the right foot. New York made this trade with intentions […]

New-Look Celtics Shut Out of Final Six Minutes; Lose in Denver

When asked about the many trades the Boston Celtics made right before Thursday’s 3 pm trade deadline, many of the players said they were shocked. Thursday night in Denver, they played like it, too. The Boston Celtics did not score in the final six minutes of the fourth quarter, allowing the Denver Nuggets to go […]

Celtics Power Past Warriors Out West

The Celtics had lost six games in a row in Oakland. They were injured quite badly. And at times, it looked like the streak would become seven. But not to be deterred, the Celtics exploded in the second half to defeat the Golden State Warriors 115-93. Delonte West and Semih Erden returned, but Kendrick Perkins […]

Beat the Heat: Celtics’ 35-Point Third Quarter Powers Them to Top Spot in East

Coaches always stress that to win games in the NBA, you have to “play all four quarters.” But sometimes, all you need to do is play one quarter really well. The Celtics shot 83.3 percent in the third quarter of Sunday’s home game against the Miami Heat, scoring 35 points and building up a lead […]

Ray Allen Sets Record; Celtics Fall Apart Against Lakers

It didn’t take long in Thursday night’s game for Ray Allen to put his name into the NBA record book. After missing his first long range attempt, Allen came through on his next two to both tie and pass Reggie Miller for the all-time three point record in NBA history. Allen hit the 2,560th and […]

Season-High Points for Rondo Lead Celtics Past Magic

All season long, Rajon Rondo has been more than happy to pass the ball to the Boston Celtics’ many strong shooters. Against the Orlando Magic on Sunday at home, he was a strong Celtics shooter. Rondo’s 26 points complimented a Celtics defense that held the Magic to just 34.4 percent shooting, including 3-24 shooting from […]

Marquis Daniels Sent to Hospital

UPDATE: Marquis Daniels suffered a bruised spinal cord. He was not concussed and had movement of his arms and legs, but will be out at least a month. CAT and MRI scans will be performed. ——————– In the 2nd quarter of Sunday’s game against the Magic, Marquis Daniels left the game after falling to the […]

Kendrick Perkins Return Just What the Doc Ordered

A little “Perk” from everyone. On the night when Kendrick Perkins made his season debut, the Boston Celtics came away with the 112-95 victory over the Cleveland Cavaliers. Perkins made his much anticipated debut Tuesday night after going down in Game 6 of the NBA Finals last season with an ACL injury. Perkins wasn’t the […]

Wizards Defeat Celtics in Washington

I don’t like it any more than you do. With both O’Neals, Shaq and Jermaine, out with knee troubles, the Celtics needed to come out strong. They did the opposite, and due to a hungry John Wall and Co, their own complacency and a few bad calls here and there, the Celtics lost to the […]