The Celtics are usually featured in the NBA’s Christmas Day slate, but this year the team gets a few days off to spend time with family and friends.
The Celtics have grinded their way to a respectable 8-12 record behind the leadership of Brad Stevens, but the new head coach isn’t pleased with the start.
TV announcer Mike Gorman joined Toucher and Rich to talk Celtics, but couldn’t help but weigh in on the Kobe Bryant contract extension with the Los Angeles Lakers.
Rondo is still weeks away from a return, but the anticipation is building as he makes great strides with his rehab.
For a team still struggling to find rotations that work, it’s important for the Boston Celtics’ bench to lend a helping hand on a nightly basis.
On today’s “Celtics @ 7,” host Adam Kaufman looked back at the week that was for the Boston Celtics, and how the team arrived at its current six-game losing streak. In a word: Turnovers.
The NBA has fined Boston Celtics forward Gerald Wallace $10,000 for using profane language during his postgame media availability.
Celtics head coach Brad Stevens made his second of many weekly appearances Friday afternoon and addressed their upcoming stretch of games, Gerald Wallace’s recent comments and what’s on his iPod.
Sean Grande says the Miami Heat learned a valuable lesson last weekend against the Celtics.
Andy Gresh and Scott Zolak discussed the mindset of the Celtics coming off a loss to the Bobcats and the postgame comments from veteran forward Gerald Wallace.