With their win over the Charlotte Hornets on Monday night, the Boston Celtics inched their way back into the Eastern Conference playoff picture.
The Celtics are making a playoff push, but their focus is just on their next opponent.
The Boston Celtics may be 24-35 and currently on the outside looking in to the playoffs, but Brad Stevens isn’t measuring the success of his team with just wins and losses.
The time may have come to cross the bridge of putting Isaiah Thomas into the starting lineup.
Avery Bradley was already ruled out for Friday night against the New Orleans Pelicans, and it doesn’t appear the Celtics guard will join the team for the remainder of their three-game road trip.
BOSTON (CBS) — Evan Turner has no problems taking big shots when the game is on the line. So when the Celtics point guard/shooting guard/small forward (depending on what possession you’re watching) had the ball at […]
Avery Bradley hit a crucial three and another critical jumper as the Celtics beat Denver by a 100-99 score.
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 assistant coach Walter McCarty joined The Adam Jones Show for Monday night’s Celtics @ 7, discussing the Rajon Rondo trade and how the team’s young players are responding to the deal.
The Celtics lost another close one Monday night. When will they start finishing these games?