A few things to watch for as the Celtics kick off their preseason schedule.
While Ray Allen’s former Celtics’ brethren wish him well now that he is in Miami, that doesn’t necessarily mean they have told him that.
While the Celtics would have loved to have Ray Allen retire wearing green, head coach Doc Rivers said the time was right for both sides to move on after a tumultuous end to the 2011-12 NBA season.
While the trade itself is not yet official, Courtney Lee will eventually be signing a four-year, $21.5 million deal with the Boston Celtics, according to reports.
Joining Adam Kaufman for this week’s edition of “5 Questions” is 98.5 The Sports Hub’s Hardy, tackling all sorts of questions from Gronk’s offseason, the Celtics new roster and, of course, the British Open.
With the Celtics about to land guard Courtney Lee, Gresh and Zo say Danny Ainge has done a great job retooling the Celtics this offseason.
With the Celtics close to acquiring shooting guard Courtney Lee from the Houston Rockets in a sign-and-trade deal, SI’s Chris Mannix joined 98.5 The Sports Hub’s The D.A. Show to break it all down.
Just when it looked as though there was no way the Boston Celtics would land guard Courtney Lee, Danny Ainge has gone and worked his magic.
There is no question the Celtics would like to add another shooting guard to their roster heading into the 2012-13 NBA season. But the question remains, how do they go about doing that?
Ian Thomsen of Sports Illustrated joins The DA Show to talk about Ray Allen’s departure for Miami, and how the Boston Celtics will move on from the move.