The Celtics have plenty of cap space to work with this summer, but Mike Gorman says they may opt to go with younger players rather than make a big splash on the free agent market.
Rich Keefe goes through the top stories of the day for the Patriots, Bruins, Celtics, Red Sox and more in rapid fire fashion.
The Celtics are making a playoff push, but their focus is just on their next opponent.
If you polled a group of Celtics fans a couple of months ago, this is likely the last thing way they would have expected for the end of the season.
Last season, the Celtics won just four games against Western Conference opponents. This year, it’s 12 — and counting.
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.
It seems like it’s a new person every night who steps up for the Celtics. On Wednesday night, it was Tyler Zeller.
How have the Celtics bounced back after blowout losses under Brad Stevens? Let’s take a look game-by-game.
If the Boston Celtics were feeling a little too good about themselves over the last week, Brad Stevens is hoping Tuesday night’s drubbing by the Cavaliers is a wake-up call.