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Celtics Offseason Notes: Faverani, Pressey Signed, Iverson Heads to Turkey

The Celtics announced this week that they have signed both undrafted point guard Phil Pressey and Brazilian center Vitor Faverani to multi-year contracts. Faverani’s deal is thought to be somewhere in the three-year, $6 million range, while Pressey’s is for the rookie scale minimum. Faverani is a 6’10″ big man who spent last season playing […]

Celtics Nets Trade: Keep Him or Dump Him.

As the Boston-Brooklyn trade becomes official today, it’s time to dissect what the Celtics were left with in exchange for their two franchise players (and Jason Terry). Below is a list of the parts coming to Boston, with an analysis of whether the Celtics should hold on to each piece, or let it go. BOSTON […]

Josh Smith gets 4 year deal with Pistons

ESPN.COM reports that the Detroit Pistons have signed free agent Josh Smith to a 4-year-deal worth $56 million. Smith also considered the Atlanta Hawks and Houston Rockets. Early speculation had Smith going to Houston in a sign and trade to join newly acquired Dwight Howard, but an offer was never made. Reportedly close friend, Rajon Rondo, […]

Celtics Off-Season Questions: Tank, or Go with the Flow?

Remember when there were 17 million questions surrounding the Boston Celtics after their first-round loss to the New York Knicks back in May? Well, the Celtics answered just about every one last week after shipping Doc Rivers out to L.A and their two future hall-of-famers to Brooklyn. Now, Boston is left with this question regarding […]

Pistons and Mavericks Interested in Acquiring Rajon Rondo

According to CBS Sports, the Mavericks and Pistons are two teams that have expressed interest in acquiring Celtics point guard Rajon Rondo.  With the Celtics rebuilding process well under way, teams are beginning to think Rondo can be had for the right price. Danny Ainge has repeatedly told teams that he does not intend to trade […]

Celtics Off-Season Questions: Trade Rondo? Sign Smith?

Welcome to the most exciting part of the NBA off-season Celtics fans: Free Agency! Unfortunately for Boston, the Celtics rebuilding phase has taken over the spotlight, so the expectations of signing any big-time free-agents this summer are abnormally low. After trading Paul Pierce and Kevin Garnett to Brooklyn, the Celtics have officially begun to take […]

Surprise! Celtics Hire Brad Stevens as Next Head Coach

In the wake of Doc Rivers departure, Danny Ainge has maintained that the Celtics would take their time in choosing the next head coach of the team…until today. This afternoon, the Celtics announced that they have hired former Butler University head basketball coach, Brad Stevens, to be the new coach of the team.

Breaking: Garnett, Pierce Will be Traded to Nets

It was only a matter of time before the Boston Celtics decided to completely move forward from the “big three era”. After sending Doc Rivers to the Clippers on Sunday, Adrian Wojnarowski reports  the Celtics have agreed to a trade with the Brooklyn Nets that would send future Hall of Famers, Paul Pierce, Kevin Garnett, along with Jason […]

Celtics Trade Up, Select Gonzaga’s Olynyk in NBA Draft

The Celtics traded the 16th pick and two future second round picks to the Dallas Mavericks for Kelly Olynyk, the 13th pick in the NBA Draft. Olynyk averaged 17 points and 7 rebounds in his junior season at Gonzaga. Olynyk is 7’0″ and has the ability to score the basketball inside and out. His most […]

Celtics 2013 Draft Primer

Over the last few weeks, we’ve been covering prospects that may be available for the Celtics to select in tonight’s NBA draft. With the Celtics future up in the air, the team is looking to add talent that can blossom into an NBA player for the team, or develop into an asset the team can […]

Boston Sports Fans Face Adversity in Month of June

Disappointing, shocking, and agonizing are just some of the ways to describe the past month for Boston sports fans. In a decade when Boston dominated the sports scene with seven championships and 29 playoff berths, earning the nickname Title Town, it seemed our teams were invincible to the drama and epic fails experienced by other […]

2013 Celtics Draft Targets: Mason Plumlee

Name: Mason Plumlee College: Duke Position: Power forward/center Age: 23 Size: 6’11″, 240 lbs. Background The brother of current Pacers power forward Miles Plumlee, Mason is, along with Lehigh guard C. J. McCollum and Kansas center Jeff Withey, one of the few seniors projected to go in the first round in this year’s draft. Plumlee averaged a […]

Report: Celtics and Clippers Revive Trade Talks

Multiple sources have reported that trade talks between the Celtics and Los Angeles Clippers have resumed after previously being called off because of Boston’s steep asking price. The Clippers contacted the Celtics Thursday afternoon to revive negotiations. Discussions reportedly ended yesterday after news of a potential mega-deal emerged over the weekend. Ultimately the two sides could not […]

Celtics Working to Get Rivers to Clippers in his ‘Dream Scenario’

According to a source from Boston Globe, Doc River’s ‘dream scenario’ is to coach Kevin Garnett on the Los Angeles Clippers next season.  The Celtics currently have Rivers locked up for three more years at $21 million, and Garnett under contract for the next two. This afternoon, multiple media outlets reported that the Celtics and Clippers […]

Celtics 2013 Draft Targets: Shane Larkin

Name: Shane Larkin College: Miami Position: Point guard Age: 20 Stats: 6’0″, 170 lbs. Background The son of Hall of Fame shortstop Barry Larkin, Shane originally committed to DePaul but transferred to Miami just before the start of his freshman year. By the end of his freshman season, he had earned the starting point guard spot. This […]