Danny Ainge joined Toucher & Rich to discuss the Celtics win over the Jazz, the talk surrounding his team tanking for the NBA Lottery, Rajon Rondo’s rehab and the Bill Russell statue.
Sean Grande says to enjoy the present with these Boston Celtics, because the future will shape itself.
The NBA Lottery poses plenty of risk for teams hoping to nab the top ping pong balls. Mike Gorman cautioned fans on wanting to be in the lottery Tuesday morning on Toucher & Rich.
Celtics President of Basketball Operations Danny Ainge called in to Toucher & Rich to talk Celtics, but he also congratulated the Red Sox and addressed the rumor that he wanted to be in ‘Hoosiers.’
Boston Celtics president Danny Ainge showed his support for forward Jared Sullinger on Tuesday, and is confident the 21-year-old has learned from his recent arrest for assault and battery.
Boston Celtics president Danny Ainge reiterated on Tuesday that Rajon Rondo is a big part of the Celtics future, saying the point guard is one player he has no intentions on letting go in a trade.
Former Celtics captain Paul Pierce didn’t want to be part of the rebuilding process in Boston, and neither did Kevin Garnett or Doc Rivers.
The Boston Celtics announced the signings of center Vitor Faverani and guard Phil Pressey, rounding out a roster that will remain in flux through much of the season
The Felger and Massarotti Show from Tuesday, July 16.
It was the first thing Celtics general manager Danny Ainge told Kris Humphries on Monday when the two sat down to talk: “We’re not tanking.”