Danny Ainge didn’t want or need another guaranteed contract on his roster … unless the player blew him and Brad Stevens away
The Celtics are near the bottom of the Eastern Conference, but Rajon Rondo and other players are looking to keep their slim playoff hopes alive.
While it was hardly the marquee matchup that Rajon Rondo usually saves his best performances for, the Celtics’ playmaker looked to be back to his All-Star self in Boston’s 96-89 victory over the Orlando Magic on Sunday.
Celtics head coach Brad Stevens joined Gresh & Zo on Friday, discussing his recent challenge to Jared Sullinger.
The Boston Celtics need plenty of help on the floor, but they should get a bit of a boost on Sunday when they host the Orlando Magic.
Losing isn’t fun, but right now it’s part of Danny Ainge’s master plan for the Celtics.
As Adam Jones tells us, Wednesday night’s loss are the kind of games the Celtics need to be losing in order to assure themselves the best possible lottery pick in the upcoming draft.
Will Rajon Rondo suit up in the second half of a back-to-back for the first time since his return?
Kevin Durant is averaging a ridiculous 37 points per game in January, and if the Celtics hope to slow him down they’ll have to break his rhythm according to head coach Brad Stevens.
Celtics guard Avery Bradley left Tuesday night’s loss to the Miami Heat with a sprained right ankle, and will now miss a “couple of weeks” with the injury according to The Boston Globe’s Gary Washburn.