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.
Celtics president Danny Ainge joined Toucher & Rich on Thursday to update Marcus Smart’s condition, and look back on his famous playoff fight with Tree Rollins.
Both the Bruins and Celtics will be in action Wednesday night, but the CBS Radio family will have you covered.
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.
Adam Jones discusses with Rich Keefe what the end result should be for the Celtics this season.
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.
Marcus Smart is only expected to miss 2-3 weeks with the sprained ankle he suffered on Friday night, and the rookie seems pretty determined to be back as soon as possible.
Emergency starter Evan Turner scored 19 points, one of five starters in double figures, to lead the short-handed Boston Celtics to a 106-101 triumph over the Chicago Bulls on Saturday night.
Thankfully for the Celtics, the damage to Smart’s ankle wasn’t nearly as dramatic as had been anticipated.