Wednesday night was a rough night for Boston sports. While the Bruins were falling short in Game 7 to Montreal, two former beloved Celtics had their season come to a disappointing end as well.
One year ago, everyone had hoped Paul Pierce and Kevin Garnett would get one more shot at the Miami Heat in the postseason. No one could have imagined it would go down like this though, with both players wearing black and white instead of green.
Is this it for Paul Pierce and Kevin Garnett as Brooklyn Nets?
When it comes to playoff basketball, it’s tough to find a louder atmosphere than the TD Garden. Paul Pierce and Kevin Garnett got to experience the intensity of it firsthand during the past six seasons in Boston.
It’s been a tough season for the 25-win Boston Celtics, but Brandon Bass received a very nice honor ahead of the team’s regular season finale on Wednesday night.
Paul Pierce became the 18th player in NBA history to score 25,000 points in his career on Friday night against Atlanta.
Celtics president Danny Ainge joined Mike Gorman on the CSNNE broadcast of Wednesday night’s Celtics-Hawks game, and didn’t hold back when talking about his team.
Danny Ainge has a busy summer ahead, but that won’t keep him from watching the NBA playoffs. And he’s hoping a few former Celtics have success.
Danny Ainge loves Rajon Rondo both on and off the court, and doesn’t think the point guard is misunderstood. Really, Rondo is just messing with us all.
Celtics president Danny Ainge joined Toucher and Rich on Thursday, and is all for the NBA increasing the minimum age.