// Jeff Green

Posterized: Jeff Green Throws Down on Ex-Celtic Al Jefferson

With just over seven minutes left in the fourth quarter of Wednesday night’s game against the Utah Jazz, Jeff Green finally showed off the side Celtics fans have all been waiting for – the aggressive, angry, in-your-face Jeff Green from the preseason. After a pumpfake from the corner, Green drove to his right, rose up […]

Pierce Lifts Celtics Over Bucks With Strong Fourth Quarter

The Celtics hadn’t lost two meetings in a row to the Bucks since 2007, and Paul Pierce made sure the Celtics continued that streak tonight as he led his team to victory, 96-94. Pierce scored eight of his 25 points in the fourth quarter to go with 9 rebounds. Pierce appeared to be fueled by […]

Jason Terry and Celtics Nation Need to be Reminded There Are 82 Games in an NBA Season

The Celtics are 2-2. Get over it. You can look at this one of two ways. Either the Celtics have played four games and are yet to really hit their groove, or “OH MY GAWD DUDE THE CELTICS ARE IN FRIGGIN’ TROUBLE. ALL WE GOT IS RONDO, PIERCE AND GARNETT AND THESE OTHER DUDES BLOW […]

Pierce, Celtics Escape in Narrow Win Over Wizards

Paul Pierce scored 27 points and broke an 84 all tie with a timely three pointer late, as the Celtics escaped Washington with their first win of the season over the Wizards, 91-88. Pierce  and Jeff Green put the Celtics up by 11 with back-to-back three point buckets with around 9 minutes left to play, […]

Celtics Suffer Embarrassing Loss Against Bucks in Home Opener

The Celtics took the court at the TD Banknorth Garden for the first time this season and proceeded to let Brandon Jennings and the Milwaukee Bucks run them off their home court, 99-88. Jennings  finished with 21 points, 13 assists and 6 steals for a Bucks team making their season debut. Rajon Rondo was the […]

VIDEO: Jeff Green Posterizes Jason Kidd, Knicks

The Celtics lost to the Knicks in overtime on Saturday in Hartford, 98-95. Being that it was a preseason game, the likes of Jamar Smith, Micah Downs and Chris Copeland played some ugly basketball in the 4th quarter and overtime. It was the type of game that neither team of third and fourth stringers looked […]

Jeff Green Returns Strong as Celtics Drop First Preseason Game Abroad

Jeff Green led a 44-point outing from the Celtics’ bench in a 91-97 losing effort against Turkish team, Fenerbahce Ulker, to kick off NBA preseason action on Friday in Istanbul. Green sat out the entire 2011-12 season with a heart ailment, but returned friday to score 16 points on 7-for-10 shooting. Rookie Jared Sullinger added 16 […]

Photos: Celtics 2012 Media Day

The Celtics held their annual media day on Friday to announce the beginning of training camp and their campaign for the 2012-2013 NBA Season. Among the excitement, some interesting things were said. Kevin Garnett apparently lost Ray Allen’s phone number. Paul Pierce says he’ll retire when Garnett retires. Chris Wilcox and Jeff Green now share […]

Celtics Acquire Courtney Lee in Sign-and-Trade

The Boston Celtics are finalizing a deal that would send JaJuan Johnson, E’Twaun Moore, Sean Williams and a 2nd round draft pick to the Rockets in a sign-and-trade for Courtney Lee. The contracts the Celtics would send out in this deal would allow the team to pay Lee a starting salary of $4.25 million. The […]

Jeff Green, Celtics Agree to 4-Year Contract

Jeff Green’s agent, David Falk, is reporting that his client and the Celtics have agreed to the framework of deal that would put Green back in green next season. Green sat out the entirety of the 2011-2012 NBA season after having surgery to correct a heart problem. This move comes less than 24 hours after […]

How Much is Brandon Bass Worth to the Celtics?

With the news that Brandon Bass will opt out of the remainder of his contract, the Boston Celtics now face the question of whether or not to sign him and for how much. In order to figure out if the Celtics should re-sign the 27 year old power forward, let’s take a look back at Bass’s […]

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 […]

Celtics Can’t Overcome Westbrook’s Hot Shooting, Lose to Thunder in Perkins Return

Russell Westbrook hit a pair of key three-pointers in the game’s final two minutes, part of a 26-point night that lifted the Oklahoma City Thunder over the Boston Celtics, 97-88. Kevin Durant added clutch moments of his own, and leading everyone with 28. Paul Pierce led the Celtics with 24 points. Kevin Garnett and Jermaine […]