Brad Stevens: Celtics Need Jaylen Brown To Make His Biggest Impact On DefenseCeltics head coach Brad Stevens joined Zolak & Bertrand on Wednesday to discuss the new season, including the addition of Al Horford and the impact of rookie Jaylen Brown.
Gorman: 2016-17 Celtics Could Be Best Defensive Team In NBAMike Gorman joined Toucher & Rich on Wednesday to preview the 2016-17 Boston Celtics, who have a chance to be one of the best defensive teams in the NBA.
With Marcus Smart Sidelined, More Pressure Lands On Terry RozierAfter splitting much of his rookie season between the D-League and being buried on the Boston bench, Terry Rozier is ready to have a lot more on his plate in his second season with the Celtics.
Brad Stevens Happy To Add Horford's Winner Mentality To CelticsBrad Stevens joined Zolak & Bertrand to discuss the offseason addition of Al Horford, and the coaching fraternity in Boston sports.
Al Horford On Celtics Career: 'I Can't Wait To Get Started'"I've always admired the Celtics from afar, just how everything gets carried over here and how committed the team and the city is to winning and doing things the right way."
Celtics Work Out 12 Draft Prospects On MondayThe Celtics worked out 12 players on Monday, including Kansas' Perry Ellis, a pair of Brad Stevens' former Bulldogs, and a trio of international prospects.
Grousbeck: Celtics Make Moves To Win Banners, Not To Grab HeadlinesCeltics owner Wyc Grousbeck joined WBZ NewsRadio 1030's Adam Kaufman to discuss the offseason ahead, and took issue with those questioning why the team would give contract extensions to Brad Stevens and Danny Ainge.
Stevens: Celtics Would Have To Get 'Something Pretty Special' To Trade 3rd PickBrad Stevens is excited about the prospects the Celtics could land with the third overall pick, and says if the team does trade it, they'll have to get a very effective player to make it worth it for them.
Robb: Celtics' Ownership Wise To Be Proactive With Stevens ExtensionCeltics’ ownership could have sat back and relished in the fact that they had one of the best coaches in the NBA signed for three more years at that dollar amount, but instead they wisely got proactive with one of the team’s biggest assets.
Stevens' Extension With Celtics Reportedly For Three YearsBrad Stevens' extension with the C's was reportedly for three years, which will keep him in Boston for the next six seasons.
Brad Stevens Not Going Anywhere, Striving To 'Fill In That Blank Banner'Celtics fans fearing that Brad Stevens would some day jump back to the college ranks can rest easy for the foreseeable future.
Extensions For Ainge & Stevens Gives Celtics Some Enticing StabilityExtending Danny Ainge and Brad Stevens was a good first step for the Celtics this summer, showing free agents the top of the organization will be stable for years to come.

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