// Shelden Williams

Pierce and Bass Gives Celtics Fourth Straight Win

Paul Pierce keeps getting stronger. His Celtics keep getting stronger with him. Pierce scored 24 points, and Kevin Garnett and Brandon Bass both scored double-doubles, leading the Celtics to an 89-70 win over the New Jersey Nets Wednesday night at the TD Garden. After an 0-3 start, the Celtics are now 4-3, just percentage points […]

Rondo and Allen Help Celtics Overcome Lakers in Game 2

The Boston Celtics did what they had to do in a Game 2 of the NBA Finals on Sunday night, defeating the Lakers 103-94 at the Staples Center in Los Angeles.  Game 2 was all but a must-win for the Celtics, who will head back to Boston feeling pretty optimistic about their chances to take […]

Pierce Returns to Action, Celtics Get Back on Track

After an embarrassing loss to the New Jersey Nets on Sunday, the Boston Celtics hit the road to Detroit to take on the Pistons Tuesday night. Paul Pierce was set to return from his thumb injury, and although he did not play that well, his presence might have been enough to push the C’s back […]

Celtics Survive Scare, Surge Ahead to Beat Nets

We all know that captain Paul Pierce is clearly the team’s leader, but who knew that without him the Celtics would have trouble with one of the worst teams in NBA history? Believe it or not, the Nets led the Celtics at the half and after three quarters before the Celtics survived the scare and […]

Celtics Control The Tempo For Another Win

This was the type of game the Celtics need to play. There wasn’t a blowout at any point, the Celtics didn’t make desperate shots to interrupt momentum, and they kept beating down their opponent to defeat the Heat, 107-102. Last time against the Heat, Dwayne Wade mustered 44 points in a Celtics victory, and this […]

Celtics Can’t Keep Up the Pace

The trouble against the Hawks hopped the plane with Boston as the Celtics lost consecutive games for the first time this season, losing to the Indiana Pacers 113-104. You could tell it wouldn’t be the prettiest game when all five Pacer starters scored within the game’s first three and a half minutes. Kevin Garnett and […]

Can the Celtics Stay Afloat if KG Sinks?

Kevin Garnett – n. an integral part of the Boston Celtics 2009-10 roster and its chances at winning an eighteenth NBA championship. Kevin Garnett is in the dictionary? No, but what is critical in our definition is the part about Garnett being integral to the team’s success. Garnett has been a leading scorer, phenomenal defender, and source of […]

Celtics 2009-2010 Season Preview: Centers & Forwards

Kevin Garnett’s injury spelled doom for this unit in the 2008-09 season. Much like the guards, the Celtics lacked enough big bodies when Garnett went down. Glen Davis was forced to start and Brian Scalabrine was moved into a more prominent role. Mikki Moore was signed to provide another big body, but he did not […]

Luck of the Irish is with the Celtics

It was a relatively close game for much of the afternoon as the Celtics defeated the New Jersey Nets 100-93. No time at all was wasted as Yi Jianlian of the Nets committed the fist foul of the game just two seconds in on the scramble for the opening tip-off. Rasheed Wallace came into the […]

Victor Martinez Joins the Sox, Jerry Remy Cancer-Free

Here’s a weekly a column taking a look at the top five sports events this past week that left us all asking the question “Did that just happen?” In no particular order… Red Sox trade for Victor Martinez, get rid of Adam LaRoche Almost as soon as the Red Sox acquired first basemen Adam LaRoche, […]

Celtics Sign Shelden Williams

The Celtics have announced the signing of big man Shelden Williams. The deal agreed upon is a one-year package worth $1.3 million. Williams, who was a standout at Duke University, never got his NBA career on track after being drafted fifth overall by the Atlanta Hawks. Williams fits the build of former Celtics forwards Leon […]