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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 […]

A Letter To Ray Allen from a Boston Fan

In light of Ray Allen’s departure from Boston, arrival in Miami, and the comments he made in his press conference, I would like to deliver a response from a devoted Boston fan. One of the comments that stood out to me the most was when Allen said, “Forever, I’ll always be a Celtic.” With all […]

Video: Ray Allen Introduced as Member of Heat

Ray Allen was introduced as the newest member of the Miami Heat this afternoon. Allen took the stage after new teammate Rashard Lewis was introduced to the Miami media. Allen spurned the Celtics last week when he decided to sign a three year $11 million deal with the Heat instead of taking the two year […]

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 […]

If You Can’t Beat Them, Join Them: Ray Allen Signs With Heat

Ladies and gentlemen of Boston: Ray Allen has done what everyone hoped he wouldn’t and signed with the Miami Heat. After an overnight stay in Miami, being woo’ed by Pat Riley, Eric Spoelstra, and other members of the Heat managment, Allen decided to take his talents to south beach. The deal is for three years […]

Traitor! Ray Allen Chooses to Sign with Heat over Celtics

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 […]

What Re-Signing Garnett Means to the Celtics

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 […]

Celtics to Reportedly Sign Mavericks Free Agent Jason Terry

According to a report by Marc J. Spears of Yahoo! Sports, the Boston Celtics have agreed to a deal to sign Jason Terry. The Celtics will reportedly use their mid-level exception to give Terry a three year, $15 million contract. No deal will be finalized until after July 11, the first day free agents are […]

Boston Celtics 2012 Draft Targets: Doron Lamb

Doron Lamb: 20 years old, 6’5″; 199 lbs School: Kentucky Position: Shooting Guard Background: Doron Lamb is one of the rare players who actually played for more than one season under John Calipari at Kentucky. After winning a national championship and being named to the All-SEC second team, Lamb decided to enter the NBA draft. […]

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 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 […]

End of an Era? Celtics fall to Heat 101-88 in Game 7

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 […]

Video: CSNNE Shows Stark Difference Between Heat, Celtics Big 3′s

Nothing sums up the differences between the Heat and the Celtics than this video posted on CSNNE.com. This Miami Heat team has always been about flash and arrogance, as opposed to being able to get your hands dirty when you needed to in order to win the big game. The latter is exactly what the […]

Video: “Let’s Go Celtics” Chant – A Final Plea From a Devoted Fan Base

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 […]