The Celtics have been a lot of fun to watch, and for Mike Gorman, their games have been a lot of fun to call due to their speedy offensive pace.
Rajon Rondo had screws removed from his left hand on Saturday, but is still on track to play Wednesday night when the Boston Celtics host the Oklahoma City Thunder.
Marcus Smart is only expected to miss 2-3 weeks with the sprained ankle he suffered on Friday night, and the rookie seems pretty determined to be back as soon as possible.
Thankfully for the Celtics, the damage to Smart’s ankle wasn’t nearly as dramatic as had been anticipated.
The coach of the Celtics called Gresh & Zolak to talk about his team.
In basketball, turnovers come in many forms: bad passes, offensive fouls, traveling violations Wednesday night at the TD Garden, fans witnessed the Celtics make all of those miscues.
Celtics president of basketball operations Danny Ainge called in to Toucher & Rich Thursday morning.
Marcus Smart didn’t get a win during his first homecoming as a pro Monday night in Dallas, but the result didn’t ruin the evening for the rookie point guard.
While the Celtics’ comeback in Dallas fell short, their second half shows that there is no quit in this team.
The Boston Celtics look to be a better squad this season, but Saturday night’s blowout loss to the Houston Rockets brought about a painful reminder: better might not be good enough when it comes to Western Conference opponents.