As Adam Jones tells us, Wednesday night’s loss are the kind of games the Celtics need to be losing in order to assure themselves the best possible lottery pick in the upcoming draft.
Tankapalooza is alive and well, so our Celtics blogger Brian Robb gave us his Top 5 amateur basketball prospects.
The Celtics are 2-14 in their last 16 games, and 0-2 with Rajon Rondo following a pair of weekend losses to the Lakers and Magic.
The Celtics front office has a long term plan in place to make their team a contender again, and first-year head coach Brad Stevens is in lock step with their decision making.
Celtics fans, would you rather be good down the road or competitive in the interim?
Losers of five of their last six games and Rajon Rondo’s return to game action nowhere in site, Mike Felger and Tony Massarotti have hope that “tankapalooza” is back on for this Celtics team.
At 8-12 your Boston Celtics are first place in the Atlantic Division, so Adam asks: are you happy with the start?
Celtics head coach Brad Stevens made his second of many weekly appearances Friday afternoon and addressed their upcoming stretch of games, Gerald Wallace’s recent comments and what’s on his iPod.
Dan Shaughnessy of the Boston Globe joined Gresh & Zo in studio Tuesday afternoon to evaluate the Celtics surprising start to the season and the thought of tanking for a high lottery draft pick.
Danny Ainge joined Toucher & Rich to discuss the Celtics win over the Jazz, the talk surrounding his team tanking for the NBA Lottery, Rajon Rondo’s rehab and the Bill Russell statue.