There’s a reasonable chance the Orlando Magic and Boston Celtics could find themselves matched up in the first round of the playoffs. Based on the teams’ recent history, that’s a series Orlando probably wants no part of.
Boston Celtics captain Paul Pierce is in a giving mood once again.
Teh Celtics win over the Heat gave them confidence they can play with the best in the NBA, but now they need to prove it again, and again, and again on a crucial stretch that kicks off Wednesday night.
SI’s Chris Mannix joined The DA Show Wednesday night to talk about the Boston Celtics at the NBA trade deadline, the team’s future, and the latest on all the Dwight Howard drama.
Paul Pierce had 24 points and 10 assists, and E’Twaun Moore added 16 points to help the Boston Celtics erase a 27-point deficit and beat the Orlando Magic for the second time this week, 91-83 on Thursday night.
The Celtics will not have Ray Allen for Thursday night’s game in Orlando against the Magic, but there is a chance some of the other walking wounded could return.
Paul Pierce and former Magic forward Brandon Bass each scored 19 points to carry the injury-riddled Boston Celtics to an 87-56 win over the Orlando Magic on Monday night.
The Celtics look to pick up their first win of the season against a winning team Monday night as they welcome the Orlando Magic, and Glen “Big Baby” Davis, to the TD Garden.
While Brandon Bass is making a huge contribution to the Boston Celtics, Glen Davis is struggling down in Orlando.
The Boston Celtics are filling out their roster, signing their two draft picks and guard Sasha Pavlovic on Monday.