// Danny Ainge

Westbrook to Boston?

According to Howard Beck of bleacherreport.com, the Oklahoma City Thunder are looking to trade point guard Russell Westbrook and the Boston Celtics are, “the most likely destination,” for him to land. The Celtics recently lost out on the Kevin Durant sweepstakes when he opted to sign with the Golden State Warriors on July 4th, but now it looks like […]

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 […]

Durant’s Short List Includes Boston.

I’m sure everyone has heard, Durant and his people have released a list of teams that they will be meeting with during free agency.   This list includes, The Golden State Warriors, Miami Heat, San Antonio Spurs, L.A. Clippers, The Thunder, and yes The Boston Celtics. Think about this list, a team that just broke […]

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 […]

Celtics Get #3 at Draft Lottery: Where do we go from here?

It’s easy to look at the the results of last night’s NBA draft lottery and feel as if the Celtics were once again jobbed out of the first pick. After all, no other NBA team has suffered worse lottery luck than the Celtics since the league began the ping pong process in 1985. The Celtics […]

Screwed By The Ping Pong Balls Again

Their was a 1.7% chance of everything standing pat and nobody moving up in this years Draft Lottery.  Of course this happen.  With the Celtics slotted at the 3 position they were once again screwed by the ping-pong balls.  Now what do the Celtics do? Trade this pick for an established superstar?  Draft ANOTHER young […]

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 […]

Jahlil Okafor Was Focal Point of Undisclosed Trade at Deadline

The rumor mill was churning at the trade deadline last Thursday but the Celtics refrained from having any part of the action. Initial speculation focused on Al Horford and Jeff Teague but as the deadline approached another blockbuster deal developed. Unfortunately for Celtics fans the front office kept the details confidential. During a recent appearance on WEEI’s OM&F, Celtics’ President of […]

Celtics Interested in Hawks’ Horford and Teague

With the NBA trade deadline a mere three weeks away the hot stove is heating up, and rumors from Chad Mannix have linked the Celtics and Hawks in trade conversation regarding Al Horford and Jeff Teague. Although the Celtics have been involved in many rumors they have yet to make a deal. This particular option, if completed for both players, would put the […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]