The Celtics finished their season with a 25-57 record and, in the lottery standings, the fifth-worst record in the NBA (after losing a tie-breaker with the Jazz). Adam Kaufman hosted the “Celtics @ 7″ season wrap-up edition on Saturday morning, and recapped a long and difficult season.
“Celtics @ 7″ host Adam Kaufman opened Saturday’s show by talking about the defeat and how the road won’t get much better over the final six games.
Adam Kaufman started Saturday’s “Celtics @ 7″ with his thoughts on that debate, and said he also believes the Celts are in superior shape as compared to before Kevin Garnett and Ray Allen arrived.
“Celtics @ 7″ on Saturday welcomed the return of Avery Bradley after he played his first game on Friday’s loss to the Suns following 13 missed with an ankle injury.
This morning’s “Celtics @ 7″ (hopefully) wrapped up Rajon Rondo’s BirthdayGate controversy after some parting words from team president of basketball operations Danny Ainge this week with “Toucher and Rich”.
The C’s did so with their same pre-trade deadline roster of players after an uneventful deadline for Boston. “Celtics @ 7″ host Adam Kaufman expressed his disappointment with the Celts’ lack of activity and felt there’s more Danny Ainge could have done to improve upon his team’s future draft position.
Today was a special All-Star Weekend edition of the “Celtics @ 7″ with Adam Kaufman after Jared Sullinger and Kelly Olynyk shined in the Rising Stars Challenge on Friday night.
On Saturday’s “Celtics @ 7,” host Adam Kaufman recapped the Celts’ 10-point win over the visiting Kings to mark the team’s third straight victory, which has resulted in a steep dive in the popular Tanking Standings.
Fresh off another turn in the Rajon Rondo news cycle, “Celtics @ 7″ host Adam Kaufman dove into the latest discussion on Saturday morning: Will the All-Star point guard test free agency when he’s eligible in 2015?
This morning’s “Celtics @ 7″ featured a special guest, 98.5 The Sports Hub basketball analyst Cedric Maxwell.