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Surging Celtics To Clash With Cavaliers

Winners of seven of their last eight and 10 of there last 13 the Celtics head to Cleveland for a Friday night match up with the beast of the east, the Cleveland Cavaliers. The Cavs stand alone atop the Eastern Conference at 35-13 while Boston has mustered a 29-22 record, good for a third place […]

Orlando Magic Snaps Boston’s 5-Game Winning Streak

After one of the worst seasons in franchise history (25-57 in 2013-14), the Celtics went shopping for a new head coach and landed on a very talented Brad Stevens who was running a top NCAA program at Butler University. In his first year with the Celtics, the team showed improvement, ending up with a respectable […]

Celtics’ Thomas Headed to All-Star Game

The Boston Celtics will be represented at All-Star Weekend in Toronto in two weeks with their leading scorer Isaiah Thomas being selected as an Eastern Conference Reserve. Thomas joins a stacked group of guards including Dwayne Wade, Kyle Lowry, John Wall, Jimmy Butler and DeMar DeRozan. NBA coaches vote on the reserve All-Stars which, some […]

The Celtics Need a Center

Last night at the Boston Garden the Celtics dropped a tough 99-94 loss to the Detroit Pistons. The C’s came out of the gate hot and held command of the lead for a majority of the game, but failed to execute and score over big stretches of the second half.  Although Isaiah Thomas did his […]

Battle-Tested Celtics To Take On Stumbling Superpower Cavaliers

The Celtics will bring a confident squad onto the Garden hardwood for Tuesday night’s matchup with the Eastern Conference first place Cleveland Cavaliers. Boston is 3-2 in their last five games with wins over Charlotte, Chicago and New Orleans, however, it may be their recent losses that are the most telling. Boston has played the […]

Streaking Celtics To Host Undefeated Warriors

The Celtics have won two in a row and four of their last five games with road wins over Miami, Sacramento, and New Orleans, as well as a solid victory at home holding off Jimmy Butler and the Bulls last night. The only loss in their last five games was a close one when Boston […]

Celtics Take Care of Business in Mexico City, Continue Road Trip

As part of the NBA Global Games Initiative the Boston Celtics squared off against the Sacramento Kings in a regular season match up that started at 9pm local time, 10pm on the East Coast last night. Boston came into the game sitting at 10-8 going 2-3 in there last 5 games and in second place in the Atlantic […]

Blown Double-Digit Lead Costs Celtics Double-Meaning Win Over Mavericks

Do you remember those Kevin Garnett commercials after the Boston Celtics won the NBA title in Year One of the Big Three era? “It’s all about eighteen.” The 2015-16 Celtics may not be quite ready to contend for the franchise’s 18th championship, but Wednesday’s loss was all about the number 18: the first quarter lead […]

Perry Jones III Flipped to Celtics

The Boston Celtics have acquired athletic wingman Perry Jones III, a 2019 second round pick from the Detroit Pistons and cash considerations from the Oklahoma City Thunder for a future conditional second round pick. Jones averaged 4.3 points and 1.8 points per game for the Thunder last season. As Royce Young of ESPN noted, Jones […]

What David Lee Can Bring to Boston

Last season David Lee was injured, lost his starting job, at times was irrelevant and when you look at his numbers they are shockingly competent. Sure, he can’t defend at all but at 6’9” with limited athleticism and short arms, what do you expect? And its not like his lack of defense is going to […]

Celtics Trade For David Lee

Talk about a change of scenery. After only a few weeks of becoming an NBA Champion, Golden State Warriors’ center David Lee has been traded to the Boston Celtics for Gerald Wallace. Lee averaged a respectable 7.9 points and 5.2 rebounds per game for the Warriors. ESPN’s Marc Stein reported shortly after the Warriors clinching […]

Celtics Sign Amir Johnson to 2-Year, $24 Million Deal

The Boston Celtics signed Amir Johnson to a 2-year, $24 million deal on Wednesday. Last season he spent his sixth season with the Toronto Raptors, in which he averaged 9.3 points and 6.1 rebounds per game. He helped the Raptors earn the Atlantic division championship last season and the fourth seed in the Eastern Conference. […]

Celtics Propose Blockbuster Trade to 76ers

According to Broderick Turner of the L.A. Times, the Boston Celtics have offered Marcus Smart, their number 16 and 28th picks in the first round, to the Philadelphia 76ers for Nerlens Noel and the third overall pick in Thursday’s annual draft. The 76ers however, decided to decline their offer. The 76ers already have five picks […]

Why This Year’s NBA Draft Doesn’t Really Matter

A lot has been made of the difficult time the Celtics have had trying to workout prospects. Some players, such as Wisconsin’s Sam Dekker have pulled out of their workouts and it is unclear why. Whether they think the 16th spot is lower than they would want to go or its lower than they think they should […]

If Celtics Are Willing to Trade Up in Draft, Must Target Justise

With the draft less than three weeks away, the rumor mill has been abuzz with talk of the Celtics potentially trading up in the draft for a lottery pick. Outside of the top three picks, which are almost certainly Karl Anthony-Towns, Jahlil Okafor, and D’Angelo Russell, the rest of the draft remains fairly uncertain and offers […]