NBA Draft Lottery
NBA owners shot down a proposal to change up the league’s current draft lottery system on Wednesday, a proposal Celtics president of basketball operations Danny Ainge was all for.
BOSTON (CBS) – The latest edition of “Celtics @ 7” addressed team president Danny Ainge’s drafting abilities in his time in Boston since 2003. Host Adam Kaufman feels Ainge has a very good track record […]
Celtics radio color man Cedric Maxwell had a very interesting take Thursday afternoon on Felger & Massarotti.
At the moment when the envelope was opened revealing the Celtics were the proud new owners of the No. 6 pick in this year’s draft, team co-owner Wyc Grousbeck admits he wasn’t very pleased with anyone.
Brian Robb says the Celtics should have the ability to combine several first round picks, non-guaranteed contracts, and young prospects to get a deal done for Kevin Love.
Gresh and Zolak spoke with Celtics head coach Brad Stevens, who told the guys Wednesday afternoon that he looks for “transferable” skills in NBA prospects — that and much more.
It’s gonna be a longer rebuild than previously thought, and Gresh and Zo aren’t sure how Danny Ainge can pull a rabbit out of his hat this time.
CBS Sports’ Gary Parrish joined Toucher and Rich to break down who could be available for the Celtics with the sixth pick in the NBA Draft.
The NBA lottery is not rigged. However, this behind closed doors operation lends itself to criticism. Why can’t the ping pong ceremony be televised?
Rich Keefe takes a look at who the Celtics have taken sixth overall, and other big names in the NBA drafted with the pick in the latest edition of “Keefer Madness.”