The Boston Bruins are back in the Stanley Cup Finals, with an original six matchup with the Chicago Blackhawks the only thing in their way of another title.
Zdeno Chara has done it all for the Bruins this postseason, and some of his teammates have no clue how he does it. Others aren’t so surprised — they’ve seen it all before.
We could make a Celtics-Knicks Game 6 prediction, but is it even worth it in a series that has made little sense so far?
The Celtics are talking like Wednesday night is Game 7 against the Knicks, but they have a lot of work to do if they want to see a Game 6.
Celtics guard Avery Bradley will have his hands full with Golden State’s Stephen Curry on Friday night, but his teammates and head coach are confident they can slow down the explosive Warrior.
The Celtics will get a few days rest after their grueling West Coast trip, but the road doesn’t get any easier over the final two months of the season.
The Celtics start the post-All Star game portion of their season with a five game road trip out West. But even with the tough trip and Thursday’s trade deadline staring them down, Boston’s focus be on winning.
The Celtics host the Lakers in a prime time Thursday night showdown at the Garden in what should be a battle of East vs. West powerhouses. Wait, that’s not right.
The Celtics began their Rondo-less run with a solid win on Wednesday night, but don’t forget who it came against.
For those that stayed up late Thursday night to watch the Celtics get blown out by the Los Angeles Clippers, it was just another dip in the up-and-down season for Boston’s basketball team.