Danny Ainge is proud of the Celtics for making the postseason, and even though they drew the Cleveland Cavaliers in the first round, sees it as a great opportunity.
Boston co-owner Wyc Grousbeck joined 98.5 The Sports Hub’s Zolak & Bertrand program Wednesday afternoon for an all-encompassing interview for all things Celtics.
The Boston Celtics have been a great story during the regular season, but don’t expect a big upset if they make the playoffs.
Five games to go for the 2014-15 Boston Celtics and they’re in control of their own fate for the eighth and final playoff spot in the East.
The Celtics made a surprising announcement Friday afternoon, declaring Jared Sullinger good to go.
“Brad’s not considering college. Brad is with the Celtics and … it’s just talk. It’s just talk out there.”
Doc Rivers was more than happy to talk about his former team on Sunday night, giving his thoughts on the Celtics’ future and offering a scouting report that no one could have expected.
Isaiah Thomas returned to the floor for the Celtics Wednesday night, but it was clear the guard still is not himself after his bad fall in Miami two weeks ago.
Danny Ainge would love to see his Celtics in the playoffs, but won’t see the season as a failure if they miss out because the team if still playing in meaningful games as the season winds down.
The Boston Celtics have been without guard Isaiah Thomas since he took a nasty tumble last week in Miami, and it may be another week until he hits the floor again.