Celtics at 7
This morning’s “Celtics @ 7″ (hopefully) wrapped up Rajon Rondo’s BirthdayGate controversy after some parting words from team president of basketball operations Danny Ainge this week with “Toucher and Rich”.
While Rondo is shooting just 40 percent from the field (down from his career 48 percent) he’s hitting career-highs from three-point range (36 percent) and at the free throw line (74 percent). Adam Jones takes a look…
On this morning’s “Celtics @ 7″ host Adam Kaufman dove into the week that was for All-Star Rajon Rondo.
Adam Jones and Rich Keefe talk about a possible “Summer of Love” for the Boston Celtics.
The C’s did so with their same pre-trade deadline roster of players after an uneventful deadline for Boston. “Celtics @ 7″ host Adam Kaufman expressed his disappointment with the Celts’ lack of activity and felt there’s more Danny Ainge could have done to improve upon his team’s future draft position.
Adam Jones feels like the Celtics passed up a good opportunity and he gave his thoughts on the inactivity of Danny Ainge at the trade deadline.
Unless you’re name is Wyc Grousbeck, Danny Ainge or Brad Stevens your job with the Celtics is not guaranteed past Thursday’s trade deadline. Brian Robb of CBSBostonSports.com appeared in studio for some deadline analysis.
In the summer of 2007 Kevin Garnett agreed to come to Boston via trade as the last piece of the championship puzzle. Danny Ainge is trying to recreate that same scenario, according to Rich Levine of CSNNE.
Today was a special All-Star Weekend edition of the “Celtics @ 7″ with Adam Kaufman after Jared Sullinger and Kelly Olynyk shined in the Rising Stars Challenge on Friday night.
On Thursday’s “Celtics at 7,” Adam Jones makes a case for why the Celtics should cash in their trade chips now.