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 […]
Here’s the same opening line you’re going to read in every article about this news: Ray Allen is taking his talents to South Beach. That’s correct. Allen, the most prolific three-point shooter of all time, has agreed to sign a three-year deal at the mid-level exception (a maximum of about $9.5 million) to join LeBron […]
As you may have already heard, The Boston Celtics re-signed Kevin Garnett to a three year deal worth $34 million. After more than a week of silence from the Garnett camp, Celtic nation finally received their answer on what KG’s future plans were. While a three year deal for a player who is already 36 […]
The Boston Celtics thanked their fans for their support during the team’s 2011-2012 season and playoff run with a video published on YouTube today. The video features a montage of highlights including two of the most memorable moments from the 2012 playoffs; Kevin Garnett‘s knuckle push-ups in the Eastern Conference Finals and the TD Banknorth […]
The Celtics had done what they wanted for three quarters; limit the Miami transition game, hold LeBron James in check (relatively), and get contributions from all of their starters to earn a 73-73 tie heading into the final frame. However, some cold shooting from the Celtics and clutch baskets by the Heat in the fourth […]
So much for my Saturday night. As much as the Boston fan in me wanted the Celtics to win Game 6 and advance to the NBA Finals, I also had vain hopes of doing fun things in New York City on a Saturday besides sitting on the couch at my apartment pulling my hair out […]
The Celtics already should be inspired to win Game 7 Saturday night in Miami after an awful Game 6 loss, an amazing show of support from the TD Garden faithful and the fact that this truly might be the final run Kevin Garnett, Ray Allen and Paul Pierce together. But, leave it to the NBA […]
In the waning minutes of Game 6 of the Eastern Conference Finals, the Celtics were down 20 points on their home court. The Big 3 and Rajon Rondo found themselves sitting on the bench watching the reserves play mop-up duty. Many of the fans at the TD Garden, with the game so clearly out of […]
LeBron James had a historic effort in Game 6 against the Celtics, going for 45 points, 15 rebounds and 5 assists (Wilt Chamberlain is the only other player in NBA playoff history to do something like that). And he did it for…the Cleveland Cavaliers! Yay! Wait…
LeBron James scored 45 points and grabbed 15 rebounds, and the Miami Heat cruised past the Boston Celtics in Game 6 of the Eastern Conference Finals, 98-79. Rajon Rondo had 21 points and 10 assists but also seven turnovers, as the Celtics now find themselves with their backs against the wall facing a Game 7 […]
Say what you want about LeBron James, but he was absolutely outstanding against the Celtics in Game 6, finishing with 45 points on 19-of-26 shooting. Then, on his way off the court, a Celtics fan honored LeBron’s magnificent performance by pouring beer on his head. What’s your reaction?
So, there you have it. According to WMTW-TV (Maine) anchor Meghan Torjussen (or more likely her very confused producer), the Celtics are now down 2-1-1 in the best-of-7 series against the Heat.
The Boston Celtics held on and evened the Eastern Conference Finals at two games apiece with an overtime win over the Miami Heat, 93-91, Sunday night. The Celtics nearly let the win slip away, blowing an 18-point first-half lead.
After Wednesday’s crushing loss in Game 2, many wondered how the Celtics would be able to respond at home in Game 3. I mean, they played just about as well as they possibly could (Rajon Rondo had a legendary, historically significant effort), yet the team fell in overtime. But, the C’s were home in Game […]
Someone should probably tell the San Antonio Spurs and Oklahoma City Thunder that they’re wasting their time. For that matter, the NBA should just step in and cancel the rest of this Celtics-Heat series. What should have a battle between two ideologies–young vs. old, flashy vs. scrappy, the individual vs. the team–has been all but […]