// Kendrick Perkins

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 […]

Kidd Hits Clutch 3, Celtics Let Win Slip Away Against Mavericks

With less than three minutes to go, Kendrick Perkins hit a layup to give the Celtics a 97-91 lead over the Dallas Mavericks Friday night at the Garden. In the back-and-forth affair, it seemed the C’s were starting to take the upper hand and a few more baskets would end it. But, they never came. […]

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 […]

What’s Going on With Boston’s Big Men?

A lot of news is popping up recently about the Celtics frontcourt. Guys are all over the map as far as health, and it seems that for the entire season so far, the Celtics haven’t quite cemented a definite frontcourt rotation. With Jermaine O’Neal leaning towards knee surgery that could sideline him for 2-3 months, […]

Celtics 2010-2011 Preview: Centers

When Kendrick Perkins trashed his knee in last year’s NBA Finals, help at the center position shot straight to the top of the Celtics’ offseason wishlist. One of the Celtics’ great strengths in last year’s improbable playoff run was their ability to frustrate opposing big men. With Perkins, Rasheed Wallace, Kevin Garnett, and small doses […]

Is Rasheed Wallace the New P.J. Brown?

Not too long ago, the Dale and Holley show on WEEI Radio made some comments about what Rasheed Wallace might be up to in his new retirement days. They revealed the fact that Wallace is still a resident of Massachusetts, living on the North Shore, leaving some speculation that Wallace may not have called it […]

Is This Doc’s Best Celtics Team Yet?

With the 2010-11 NBA Season just about to get underway, Doc Rivers recently discussed how he felt thats this upcoming Celtics team could be one of the best teams he has had to coach in his career. Sure, there are plenty of personalities and a great deal of talent on the team, but will they […]

Kendrick Perkins Hoping for New Contract With the Celtics

Gary Washburn of Boston.com reports that Celtics center Kendrick Perkins wishes to remain a Celtic after completing the last year of his contract this season. By his standards anyway, Perkins was having a solid year and playoff run, averaging 10.1 points and 7.6 rebounds (regular season) before suffering a season-ending knee injury in Game 6 […]

Why Celtics Fans Should Love “The Decision,” Part I

If you’re like me, you were sick of “The Decision” before it was even made. The hype of the last two years all collapsed into a 24-hour revolving door of rumors with no validity and endless speculation. “The Decision” came, it went, and I couldn’t be happier it’s finally over. Cleveland feels betrayed, okay I […]

Celtics Sign Jermaine O’Neal

According to Adrian Wojnarowski, the Boston Celtics signed Jermaine O’Neal to a two-year $12 million dollar deal. O’Neal, 31, averaged 14 points and 7 rebounds per game for Miami in 2009 in his first full season with the Heat. With 14 years of experience in the NBA after coming out of Eau Claire High School in […]

Celtics Sign Turkish Center Semih Erden, Talk to Kwame Brown

The 2008 second round draft choice by the Boston Celtics officially signed a one-year deal with the team Monday. The 7-footer, Semih Erden, joins a front-court that is in desperate need of size. With Kendrick Perkins out at least until November with an ACL tear, the Celtics are incredibly thin at center. Erden, who is […]

Kendrick Perkins Injury Update: ACL Surgery on Wednesday

Celtics center Kendrick Perkins will reportedly have surgery on Wednesday to repair a torn ACL in his right knee, which may keep him out of action through the beginning of next season. Perk, of course, injured his knee during Game 6 of the NBA Finals. “It feels good,” Perkins said. “I’ve been in trying to […]

Rumor: Celtics Interested in Brad Miller

If you can’t beat them – sign them? This seems true to one New England organization. Patriots coach Bill Belichick has built a reputation in the past for signing players who have played well against him and his team, Victor Green, Brian Cox, Sammy Morris, Wes Welker to name a few. Well, this time around […]

Making Sense of a Nonsensical Season: Celtics 2009-2010 Review

On January 20, the Boston Celtics played one of the ugliest games of their season, letting Charlie Villanueva catch fire, and lost, with little more than a whimper, to the Detroit Pistons, 92-86.  The team shot 5 for 19 from behind the arc, turned the ball over 19 times, and had a -10 rebound margin […]

Celtics Let Game 7 Slip Away, Lose to Lakers 83-79

In a timeout near the end of Game 5, Lakers’ coach Phil Jackson told his players that the Celtics know how to lose in the forth quarter. Whether it was his Zen propaganda, the Monstars sucking the talent out of Ray Allen, or the absence of Kendrick Perkins, the Celtics proved Jackson’s theory to be […]