Football has left us once again, but there are some alternative for Boston sports fans while we wait for the warmth of Training Camp to arrive.
From Revis to Rondo, the AFC Championship and the MLS Cup, we take a look at the top Boston sports stories of 2014.
Will Smart be the next player to follow Garnett’s lead and change the Celtics culture for the better in the coming seasons?
Jarrett Jack nailed a tiebreaking jumper in the lane with 28 seconds to play and finished with 27 points Friday, lifting the Brooklyn Nets to a 109-107 win over the Boston Celtics.
As the Celtics progress to the next stage of their rebuild, it is crucial that the team figures out what they have in Smart.
An Achilles strain will keep Marcus Smart out of Boston’s Monday night tilt against the Philadelphia 76ers.
Celtics head coach Brad Stevens is glad to have Marcus Smart back, but hopes the rookie can be more consistent “sooner rather than later.”
Marcus Smart’s stay with the Maine Red Claws lasted just one day.
Celtics rookie Marcus Smart is heading to the D-league, but don’t expect him to be there for long.
The Boston Celtics have lost five straight, but it looks like they’ll be getting a bit of a boost for Wednesday’s game against the Detroit Pistons.