The Celtics get back to work Friday night where they’ll take on the Phoenix Suns at the TD Garden, so Gresh & Zo chatted with coach Brad Stevens for his weekly appearance.
Rajon Rondo is still not 100 percent, and the Celtics point guard isn’t ready to suit up in the second leg of a back-to-back.
Celtics point guard Rajon Rondo dished out 18 assists in Sunday night’s win over the Detroit Pistons, pushing him further up the Celtics’ all-time list and past one of the team’s all-time greats.
Brad Stevens Mostly Pleased With Team’s Effort This Season, Called Warriors Blowout Loss An ‘Anomaly’
Stevens confirmed even though the season hasn’t been a success, “the spirit is pretty good” in the locker room and around the practice facility.
Not much went the Boston Celtics’ way on Wednesday night, as the Golden State Warriors absolutely trounced them at the TD Garden, but rookie Kelly Olynyk led the way in his return from a toe injury.
At 20-41 you can surely accuse the Celtics of being a bad team, but one thing you can’t accuse them of is giving minimal effort in games this season. That changed in their 108-88 loss to Golden State.
Gerald Wallace’s season with the Boston Celtics is over.
The injury report handed to Brad Stevens on Friday listed nearly half of the roster dealing with some sort of ailment.
Despite the attention and “controversy,” Rondo hasn’t let it negatively affect his play on the court. In fact, he’s played very well, and that’s something that head coach Brad Stevens has appreciated from his point guard.
Stevens also announced on Friday that center Vitor Faverani, who hasn’t played in the NBA since late January, may need surgery for a knee injury.