The Celtics’ commitment to defense finally showed up in Sunday’s loss to Portland.
The Rondo trade debate rages on more furious than the point guard runs the fast break for Boston, and we can expect the chatter to continue until the trade deadline on February 19.
Danny Ainge isn’t worried about Brad Stevens leaving the Celtics for the NCAA, and he’s not too concerned with Rajon Rondo’s free throw woes either.
The Celtics lost another close one Monday night. When will they start finishing these games?
Stevens knows his young team needs to make some big fixes on the defensive end of the floor if they want to have a chance to close out games.
Rajon Rondo has said he wants to remain with the Celtics after this season, and said Wednesday that Boston fans are a big part of his choice.
The Celtics have been a lot of fun to watch, and for Mike Gorman, their games have been a lot of fun to call due to their speedy offensive pace.
Rajon Rondo returned to practice on Tuesday, and made sure to honor those who have fought for their country in the process.
Rajon Rondo had screws removed from his left hand on Saturday, but is still on track to play Wednesday night when the Boston Celtics host the Oklahoma City Thunder.
Adam Kaufman talks about Marcus Smart’s injury and the team’s 2-3 start to the 2014-15 season.