The Boston Celtics have five games remaining in the regular season, and most fans of the team would like to see them lose them all.
For the first time since the 2006-07 season, the Boston Celtics find themselves on the outside looking in on the NBA postseason, so all eyes are now pointed toward the draft.
Celtics guard Avery Bradley was back on the practice court on Monday, and hopes that he can play Wednesday night when Boston visits the Hawks in Atlanta.
The Celtics and Red Sox both visited the Walter Reed Medical Center on Wednesday, and Brad Stevens called it one of his favorite days of the year.
Avery Bradley didn’t play in the Celtics’ terrible loss to the Wizards, but was embarrassed by the effort.
Danny Ainge has a busy summer ahead, but that won’t keep him from watching the NBA playoffs. And he’s hoping a few former Celtics have success.
Celtics point guard Rajon Rondo made his debut on the broadcast desk on Monday night, calling the first half of Boston’s loss to the Chicago Bulls.
It hasn’t been an easy first season for Brad Stevens, but the Celtics head coach has enjoyed watching Rajon Rondo, and thinks the point guard can get even better.
For the first time in seven seasons, the Celtics won’t be getting a true taste of the postseason. But over the next few days, Brad Stevens and his young players will get a sample of what a playoff series might feel like.
Celtics guard Jerryd Bayless joined Toucher & Rich on Tuesday, and after spending the first six years of his NBA career on five different teams hopes he’s found a home in Boston.