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Celtics sign Al Horford for 4 years/$113 million; continue their pursuit of Kevin Durant

This is what we came for baby! It’s all happening! Everything is awesome! It’s not a stretch to say that yesterday was the biggest day in the Groesbeck/Ainge/Stevens era in Boston. Danny was finally able to close that elusive big-name free agent, and Wyc was able to make good on his promise of “fireworks” that […]

Kevin Durant, Please Come To Boston

Yesterday the Celtics had a meeting with Kevin Durant in the Hamptons. Tom Brady, the GOAT, was in attendance at the meeting to help Danny Ainge in the recruitment of Durant. Also David Ortiz would have been there to help but he was busy nuking baseballs into the stands at Fenway. Kevin Durant needs to […]

Brady Part Of Danny’s Recruiting Team

The most iconic figure in Boston is trying to recruit Kevin Durant to Boston.  I don’t know about Durant, but if Brady sat there and told me how great Boston is, and that I should come here there is no way I could say no.  Durant has had 5 meetings already with other teams, however […]

Danny’s Disappointment.

Celtic fans everywhere went into last nights NBA Draft with very high expectations.  Throughout the day all we heard was proposed trades for multiple players, players like Jimmy Butler, Nerlens Noel, Jahlil Okafor, Gordon Hayward.  As Celtics fans we had a reason to be hopeful.  Finally, after nearly 3 years The Celtics get to cash […]

Hawks Cruise Past Celtics in Game 5, Game 6 Becomes Must Win

Atlanta played better, played harder, and coached better last night as they cruised to a 110-83 win over the Boston Celtics.  While Boston had a 10 point lead in the first half, it was really all fools gold.  Boston was not defending very well and were missing shots they need to make to win the […]

How Can the Celtics Steal Game 5 From the Hawks?

Thus far in the first round playoff series between the Boston Celtics and Atlanta Hawks, the home team has won every game. Now, best of seven has become best of three. So what will it take for the Celtics to steal Game 5 on the road, with a chance to close out the series at […]

With Playoffs in Sight, Celtics Lay “Eight-Minute Egg” in Blowout Loss to Hornets

The first thing I did after the final buzzer sounded on the Boston Celtics’ 114-100 loss to the Charlotte Hornets was Google “largest egg.” You see, the Celtics played so poorly that I couldn’t just settle for saying they “laid an egg,” but needed scientific confirmation of the largest egg in existence in order to […]

Is Jae Crowder’s Injury a Blessing in Disguise for the Celtics?

Entering the March 10th game against the Houston Rockets, the Boston Celtics were 39-26 and seemed fairly well entrenched as the third seed in the Eastern Conference. Then Jae Crowder ran into the stanchion on a fast break, exited with a high ankle sprain, and hasn’t played since. In his absence, the Celtics lost four […]

Celtics Handle Cavs, Kings, Go for Fifth Straight

After Avery Bradley edged the Celtics over the Cavaliers Friday night with a buzzer beater 3-pointer he continued his sharp shooting against the Kings going 6-7 from 3-point range and scoring 25 points in a 128-119 victory Sunday in Boston. The win in Cleveland was likely the Celtics biggest win of the season, especially being […]

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 […]

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 […]

The Celtics Are Back! 2015-16 Season Starts against the 76ers at TD Garden

Welcome to the Jungle! That’s the song that will be blasting through the speakers at tip off tonight as the Boston Celtics take on the Philadelphia 76ers in the home opener at TD Garden. The crowd will be rockin’ in anticipation of a young Celtics team that finished last season on a 24-12 run to lock […]

Celtics’ Brad Stevens and Evan Turner Join NBA Cast in Africa

With NBA summer league in the books and time before official team activities begin Coach Brad Stevens and Evan Turner crossed the ocean to promote the NBA in Africa last week. The pair spent time in Johannesburg, South Africa where they participated in the first NBA game on the continent of Africa. Stevens role was […]

The Draft Picks: Will They Be Celtics or Red Claws?

Summer league basketball has officially begun giving the opportunity for players to demonstrate why they should be playing in Boston for the Celtics at the start of the season rather than in Portland for the Maine Red Claws. Summer ball affords the Celtics coaching staff and front office the chance to evaluate what they have […]