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.
A few of the Boston Celtics were on a much different floor on Tuesday, helping some local school children put on a play in Dorchester.
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A playoff berth is likely not in the cards for the hometown team, so now the goal for this Celtics organization is to figure out what they have in their roster. It’s evident that Jared Sullinger is on his way to becoming a very good NBA player, but what about Kelly Olynyk? What’s his ceiling?
Grande: Celtics Season Not About 8% Chance To Get An 8% Guy – It’s About Getting Sullinger & Olynyk Better
Instead of worrying about “tanking,” play-by-play man Sean Grande thinks this season should be about developing Jared Sullinger and Kelly Olynyk into the building blocks of the future.
Stevens thinks its a great honor, but also warns of the adverse effect it might have on a player.
Celtics play-by-play man Mike Gorman joined Toucher & Rich Tuesday morning to talk about a possible weekend return by Rajon Rondo.
Not only did the Boston Celtics blow another double-digit lead on Tuesday afternoon in a 92-91 loss to the Atlanta Hawks, two of their star players appeared to have lost their cool.
The Boston Celtics blew an early lead against the Atlanta Hawks on Tuesday, losing for the fourth time in the last five games.