Keyon Dooling told the world he would not be returning to the basketball court this season on Wednesday.
With just a couple of weeks remaining before training camp begins, the Celtics have dropped Keyon Dooling from their roster.
According to multiple reports, the Boston Celtics and guard Keyon Dooling have agreed to a one-year contract for the 2012-13 season.
There is no question the Celtics would like to add another shooting guard to their roster heading into the 2012-13 NBA season. But the question remains, how do they go about doing that?
Celtics point guard Keyon Dooling join 98.5 The Sports Hub’s Toucher & Rich the morning after the win in Miami to talk about the game, the Heat complaining to officials, their game plan for battling the Heat and Chris Bosh.
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.
With shooting guard Ray Allen struggling, head coach Doc Rivers is considering sitting the 15-year veteran as the Celtics battle the Miami Heat in the Eastern Conference Finals.
With a report saying it’s “highly likely” Celtics guard Avery Bradley is done the rest of the playoffs, Boston has another hurdle to jump over in this postseason run.
A look at what the Celtics need to do to put away the pesky Atlanta Hawks in Game 6 at the Garden.
Veteran point guard Keyon Dooling spoke with Toucher & Rich about being the Vice President for the NBA Players Association during the lockout, the seven game suspension of Ron Artest and hyping up Celtics guard Avery Bradley.