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.
Rondo will join CSNNE’s play-by-play man Mike Gorman and provide color commentary for the first quarter of the Bulls game in what should be an entertaining pairing for fans.
On first glance, Babb’s deal doesn’t seem like much beyond being a feel-good story for the youngster. But it does a whole lot to help Danny Ainge and the team going forward.
Ray Allen isn’t sure if his jersey will one day be retired by the Celtics, but he’s just happy there’s a championship banner with his fingerprints on it.
It looks like a fair number of teams will finish this season with records worse than the Celtics. Unfortunately, you can’t say the same about Celtics’ record on the road against the Western Conference.
Rajon Rondo says he appreciates owner Wyk Grousbeck’s supportive comments.
With 17 games remaining, Brian Robb takes a closer look at where the Celtics could potentially finish up in the standings.
Friends since high school, Rajon Rondo and Josh Smith still talk about the possibility of playing together in the NBA.
For the second straight season, it’s been a challenging year for Avery Bradley. Back in 2012-13, the guard was hampered by offseason shoulder surgery that sidelined him for the start of the regular season and limited his production once he did return to the floor.
Paul Pierce acknowledges that while it will still mean something to be back in Boston, it won’t be as emotional an evening.