Irving, Horford Lead Celtics To 108-98 Win At IndianaMarcus Smart had 15 points and six rebounds for the Celtics.
Creating Dream Teams For Olympic 3-On-3 BasketballThe 2020 Olympics could be a lot of fun.
Celtics Beat LA Lakers, 115-95Coming off a big win Wednesday over the Cleveland Cavaliers, Isaiah Thomas and the Boston Celtics didn't want to let their guards down Friday night against the struggling Los Angeles Lakers.
Celtics Defeat Jazz In Utah, 112-104Boston found all sorts of ways to torment Utah's defense for four quarters.
Robb: Paul Pierce Preparing for Emotional Final Farewell at GardenPaul Pierce will have one final chance to say goodbye to Celtics fans on Sunday at the TD Garden, and the 6'7" forward isn’t quite sure how he will respond to the moment.
North Quincy Basketball Player Hits Shot Of A LifetimeThe North Quincy Raiders are still basking in the glory of last Friday night’s win. But it has nothing to do with the score.
Thomas' Big 4th Quarter Carries Celtics Past Hornets 108-98It was Thomas' 25th straight game with 20 or more points.
Robb: Celtics Offense Found Its Groove Yet Again vs. PelicansThe Celtics are in the midst of their most successful stretch of the season and they can point to one seemingly unlikely area for their success: 3-point shooting.
Robb: James Young Shows Off Potential In Win Over PacersLess than one month ago, James Young was on the cusp of being cut from the Boston Celtics roster. Saturday night, he was the X-Factor for a shorthanded Boston squad that squeaked out a road win in Indiana.
Is Kyrie Irving Getting Enough Credit For The Cavs' Game 7 Win?LeBron James made the block heard 'round the world, but Kyrie Irving made the big shot.
Robb: Brad Stevens Willing to Continue Celtics Victory Cigar TraditionBrad Stevens is not much of a smoker, but he won’t let that get in the way of a essential Celtics tradition if the franchise takes home its 18th championship while he’s on the job.
Boston's Best Indoor Basketball CourtsThere are plenty of basketball courts available around the city of Boston for the public to enjoy a game or two with friends and opponents alike.