// John Havlicek

Rondo Passes Pierce for Fourth on Celtics’ All-Time Assists List

Sure, Rajon Rondo may be a point guard, and Paul Pierce a small forward, but it was still somewhat startling to learn on tonight’s broadcast that Rondo had already surpassed the longtime Celtics captain on the franchise’s all-time assists list. Rondo’s first assist of the game broke a tie with Pierce and moved him into […]

Rondo Passes Bill Russell on All-Time Celtics Assists List

Sunday night was a milestone for Celtics point guard Rajon Rondo, and it wasn’t because he once again dominated the floor like he did before his ACL injury. Sure, Rondo put on a show against the Detroit Pistons by racking up 18 (!) assists to go along with 11 points, 2 rebounds, 3 steals, and […]

NBA Playoffs Preview: Celtics-Knicks Playoff History

At 3pm today, the seventh-seeded Boston Celtics will take on the second-seeded New York Knicks in the first round of the NBA Playoffs. This will be the fifteenth playoff series between the two teams, both of which were founding members of the Basketball Association of America back in 1946. Let’s take a look at the […]

Pierce Makes History, Celtics Handle Bobcats

Paul Pierce had 15 points, nine assists and eight rebounds Tuesday night, moving into second all-time in Celtics’ scoring as the Celtics coasted to a 94-84 victory over the Charlotte Bobcats. Kevin Garnett continued his strong play for the Celtics with 22 points and seven rebounds. Reggie Williams led the NBA worst 3-22 Bobcats 21 […]

The Truth, and Nothing But the Truth… Except for Everyone Else

When asked what he thought of the newly-extended Paul Pierce last week, former center Robert Parish spoke quickly and emphatically: “I think Paul Pierce, the way he manufactures points is the best player the Celtics have seen thus far.” He was absolutely certain that when Paul Pierce retires, his number will be retired to the […]

Celtics Make Comeback, but Still Fall Short to Magic

The Celtics, playing without Kevin Garnett and Rajon Rondo (sprained ankle), were down by as much as 22 points against the Magic, but got the game within three points late in the fourth quarter thanks to a tremendous effort from Ray Allen. However, after a missed three-point attempt to tie the game, a bad call […]