Jason Collins, the NBA’s first openly gay player, announced his retirement on Wednesday.
Paul Pierce knew it would be tough leaving Boston after spending the first 15 years of his career in Celtics’ green. But it turns out, the move was a lot tougher than the former Finals MVP could have imagined.
Rookie Marcus Smart appears ready to contribute in a big way this season.
During his six years in Boston, Kevin Garnett loved to watch “Gino Time” at the TD Garden. As a visitor? Well that’s a different story.
Rajon Rondo returned from a broken hand and had 13 points, 12 assists and seven rebounds in the season opener Wednesday night to help the Boston Celtics beat the Brooklyn Nets 121-105.
It’s been just over four-and-a-half weeks since Rajon Rondo broke a bone in his left hand, but the Celtics point guard will play in Wednesday night’s season opener against the Brooklyn Nets.
Rajon Rondo still isn’t sure if he’ll suit up for the Celtics when they open their season on Wednesday night, but he is certainly making progress.
Host Adam Kaufman was joined by Kyle Draper of CSNNE to discuss a variety of topics with the regular season 11 days away.
So you’re telling me there’s a chance?
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