Paul Pierce knew it would be tough leaving Boston after spending the first 15 years of his career in Celtics’ green. But it turns out, the move was a lot tougher than the former Finals MVP could have imagined.
Rookie Marcus Smart appears ready to contribute in a big way this season.
During his six years in Boston, Kevin Garnett loved to watch “Gino Time” at the TD Garden. As a visitor? Well that’s a different story.
Rondo may not be 100 percent, but he gave a vintage Rajon Rondo performance in Wednesday night’s season opener.
As the Red Sox seemingly deal away half of their roster, the timing is perfect for Celtics fans to take a walk down memory lane and look back at when the Celtics set off their own set of fireworks.
Sometimes the best way to predict the future is to look in the past, so here is a look at Danny Ainge’s draft nights since he took over the Celtics in 2003.
The Celtics didn’t land one of the top three picks in next month’s draft, but count on Danny Ainge to explore every option to make his team a contender again.
Wednesday night was a rough night for Boston sports. While the Bruins were falling short in Game 7 to Montreal, two former beloved Celtics had their season come to a disappointing end as well.
One year ago, everyone had hoped Paul Pierce and Kevin Garnett would get one more shot at the Miami Heat in the postseason. No one could have imagined it would go down like this though, with both players wearing black and white instead of green.
Is this it for Paul Pierce and Kevin Garnett as Brooklyn Nets?