The Boston Celtics may have run out of gas on Monday, but they’re a team that never quits.
Jason Terry hasn’t had a great start to his Boston Celtics career, but he deserves an assist that won’t show up in the box score of Wednesday night’s 99-96 win over the Toronto Raptors.
Rajon Rondo is out for the season with an ACL injury and many wondered how this team would handle things without their star point guard. Gresh and Zo started off Thursday’s show talking about the Celtics big win last night over the Kings and how they’re managing without Rajon Rondo.
The notion the Celtics could be a better team without Rajon Rondo is a crazy one, but one that does hold some water. If anything else, the loss of their point guard makes this overly-frustrating basketball team much more intriguing after a dismal 21-23 start to the season.
Is losing Rajon Rondo just what the Celtics need to come together as a team? Tracy Clements gives her take.
According to ESPN’s Mark Stein, the Boston Celtics have ramped up their interest in Orlando sharp-shooter J.J. Redick.
The Celtics season has been full of up and down stretches, and until the team starts showing heart and effort every night, don’t expect things to change.
The Kings handed the Boston Celtics their third straight lopsided loss on a California road swing, 118-96 on Sunday night.
Monta Ellis scored five of his 27 points in overtime and the Milwaukee Bucks beat the Boston Celtics in the teams’ final meeting this season 99-94 on Friday night despite blowing a seven-point lead late in regulation.
Celtics guard Jason Terry called sailors deployed during the holidays to thank them and let them know he and the Celtics are thankful for their service.