Center Greg Stiemsma is grateful for the Boston Celtics giving him a chance last season, but is moving on to the Minnesota Timberwolves.
While the Boston Celtics have been doing their best to retain their own free agents, it appears one is close to getting away.
The Celtics have evened things up with the Miami Heat in the Eastern Conference Finals, thanks in large part to the fact they are getting some production off their bench. That needs to continue in Game 5 Tuesday night.
Celtics head coach Doc Rivers had some fun with a reporter following Boston’s 115-111 Game 2 loss to the Heat in regards to the officiating.
Center Greg Stiemsma joined 98.5 The Sports Hub’s Toucher & Rich on Wednesday, and said the Celtics knew what had to be done Tuesday night in Game 2 against the Hawks.
Celtics center Greg Stiemsma spoke with Toucher & Rich about superstitions, fighting through pain and the upcoming first round match up with the Atlanta Hawks.
Earlier in the season, Tuesday night’s Celtics-Heat matchup looked like it could be a potential playoff preview. Instead, it looks more like it will be a battle of the benches.
Celtics center Greg Stiemsma joined Toucher & Rich as he does every Wednesday during the season. The guys discussed the plan for the 4 remaining regular season games, foul calls and the team’s energy level as they gear up for the playoffs.
Celtics center Greg Stiemsma spoke with Toucher & Rich about dealing the Heat another loss, the amount of whining the Heat do and the improved rebounding.
Celtics center Greg Stiemsma joined Toucher & Rich Wednesday morning to talk about the C’s upcoming schedule, Avery Bradley and Ray Allen, and how much Kevin Garnett has helped him this season.