Even with the Celtics facing an 0-2 series hole heading back to Boston for Thursday night’s Game 3, Mike Gorman still has confidence in the team — and his prediction.
The Celtics’ unlikely quest to make the postseason has now been fulfilled, as Boston clinched a playoff spot on Monday night without even having to step foot on a court.
Mike Gorman is convinced the Celtics will make the playoffs this season, but says to hold on tight. The race for the postseason likely won’t be decided until the final week of the season.
What would the 2007-08 Celtics look like in today’s players? CBS Boston’s Josh Gutchess takes his best shot.
Here at CBS Boston, we like to call this the PITA Principle. That’s P-I-T-A … as in Pain In The Arse.
“The reality is Rondo’s run with the Mavs is extremely unlikely to extend past this season,” McMahon wrote.
The Dallas Mavericks rallied Tuesday night for a win over the Toronto Raptors, but did so without point guard Rajon Rondo.
Brandan Wright has only been a member of the Celtics for just over three weeks, but his stay in Boston may not last much longer.
The Celtics didn’t think Rondo would re-sign with them this offseason, so Danny Ainge shipped him off to Dallas. Ainge also isn’t making much of Rondo’s defense quote from last week.
Celtics president of basketball operations Danny Aigne joined Toucher & Rich on Thursday to discuss Boston’s win over the Nets, Jeff Green trade rumors, and the progress of rookie James Young.