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Boston Celtics’ Offseason Grades, Part 2

Welcome back to Sports of Boston’s two-part report card for the Celtics offseason trades and acquisitions! We’ll finish with two players returning from the 2010-11 squad. Signed Sasha Pavlovic to one-year, veteran minimum deal: C- Tracy McGrady, Delonte West, Kurt Thomas, Aaron Gray, Damien Wilkens, Earl Watson, Vladimir Radmonovic, Jason Collins, and T.J. Ford are […]

Boston Celtics’ Offseason Grades, Part 1

Chris Paul is headed to the Los Angeles Clippers. David West signed a two-year deal with the Indiana Pacers. Celtics’ GM Danny Ainge didn’t make the league shaking moves it looked like he might. I’m kind of glad he didn’t. I want to watch Kevin Garnett, Ray Allen, Paul Pierce, and Rajon Rondo chase one […]

Celtics’ Free Agency Preview: Forwards/Centers

Sports of Boston concludes its free agency preview with a look at the front-court players available. Last season the Celtics’ went into training camp with four serviceable big men to patrol the middle. Shaquille O’Neal is now retired. Kendrick Perkins is kicking it with his buddies Russell Westbrook and Kevin Durant. Semih Erden is in […]

Celtics’ Free Agency Preview: Existing Roster

Last off-season the Celtics had several weeks to recruit the O’Neals. Danny Ainge had time to weigh the potential cost and benefit of bringing Delonte West back to Boston. Management had time to abide by head coach Doc Rivers’ shopping list and fill the roster accordingly. The lockout has made this season’s free agent signing […]

Jermaine O’Neal to the Celtics?

According to Yahoo!’s Adrian Wojnarowski, the Celtics are reportedly one of the finalists to sign free agent big man Jermaine O’Neal, along with the Denver Nuggets and Dallas Mavericks. The C’s and Nuggets are believed to have offered O’Neal a two-year deal at the midlevel exception for $5.8 million per year. Wojnarowski said that O’Neal […]

Ray Allen, Celtics Agree on New Contract

Ray Allen has agreed to re-sign with the Celtics, reuniting with Paul Pierce and Kevin Garnett for another run or two at an NBA Title. Allen signed a two-year deal with a player option for the second year, meaning he has the flexibility to opt out of his contract after one year to become an […]

Report: Celtics, Pierce Near Agreement on Deal

After opting out the final year of his contract, Paul Pierce and the Boston Celtics are nearing the final stages of reaching an agreement on the C’s captain staying with the club. The deal reportedly would pay Pierce $61 million over four years. While Pierce will make a good deal less than the $21,513,521 he […]

Report: LeBron James, Ray Allen to Join Miami Heat?

LeBron James has been interested in gathering the dream team, figuring that if one NBA All-Star can’t win an NBA Title by himself, maybe four future Hall of Famers can? How the hell is this even possible? There’s a reason the NBA Salary Cap is the most ridiculous in pro sports — because it ensures […]

Celtics Contact David Lee

According to agent Mark Bartelstein, the Celtics have reached out to unrestricted free agent David Lee, who has spent the first five seasons with the Knicks. Lee had his best season last year, as he averaged 20.2 points and 11.7 rebounds over 81 games. Lee was the first member of the Knicks to be chosen […]

What Is Paul Pierce’s Optimum Option?

BREAKING NEWS (6/30, 12:30 a.m.): It appears Pierce has decided to opt out. Read on to find out why he may have made this choice… Americans do not like to be told what to do. We want options. Paul Pierce is an American. Paul Pierce has options. Pierce’s options differ slightly from yours and mine. […]