Golden State Warriors
Not much went the Boston Celtics’ way on Wednesday night, as the Golden State Warriors absolutely trounced them at the TD Garden, but rookie Kelly Olynyk led the way in his return from a toe injury.
The Boston Celtics were blown out by the Golden State Warriors on Wednesday night, but their faithful fans found something to cheer for.
At 20-41 you can surely accuse the Celtics of being a bad team, but one thing you can’t accuse them of is giving minimal effort in games this season. That changed in their 108-88 loss to Golden State.
Brian Robb passes along five players the Celtics should attempt to acquire heading into the trade deadline.
According to Yahoo’s Adrian Wojnarowski, the Celtics have traded guards Jordan Crawford and MarShon Brooks to the Golden State Warriors. The Celtics will receive Toney Douglas in return, according to Wojnarowski.
According to NBA Analyst Peter Vecsey, the Celtics are close to dealing guard Jordan Crawford.
Brian Scalabrine has a new job: an assistant coach on the Golden State Warriors.
Paul Pierce had 26 points, Jeff Green scored 14 of his 18 in the second half and the Boston Celtics overcame foul trouble and some erratic free throw shooting in a 94-86 victory over the Golden State Warriors on Friday night.
Celtics guard Avery Bradley will have his hands full with Golden State’s Stephen Curry on Friday night, but his teammates and head coach are confident they can slow down the explosive Warrior.
Celtics play-by-play man Mike Gorman joined Toucher & Rich on Thursday to talk about the final month and a half of the NBA season, and who the Celtics would like to meet in the first round of the playoffs.