BOSTON (CBS) — The Celtics are 10 days away from the NBA Draft Lottery. On today’s “Celtics @ 7″, host Adam Kaufman explores how the outcome of those ping-pong balls will affect the team’s rebuild and […]
On this week’s Celtics @ 7, the Celtics announced on Friday co-owner Steve Pagliuca will be the team’s representative at the 2014 NBA Draft Lottery later this month on May 20.
Arizona Wildcats veteran beat writer Anthony Gimino joins Celtics At 7, to break down talented freshman Aaron Gordon.
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.
Kentucky is expected to have a few stars for the NBA Draft, but would any of them fit in Boston?
“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 Jones and Adam Kaufman play a little Over/Under on Tuesday night’s Game of Jones.
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.
The Celtics have lost six of seven games following Friday’s defeat in Brooklyn. Not lost in the lackluster performances of late has been the play of Avery Bradley and Rajon Rondo.
“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.