With Wednesday night being the second half of a back-to-back for the Boston Celtics, Rajon Rondo will get the night off.
Celtics guard Avery Bradley left Tuesday night’s loss to the Miami Heat with a sprained right ankle, and will now miss a “couple of weeks” with the injury according to The Boston Globe’s Gary Washburn.
For a team still struggling to find rotations that work, it’s important for the Boston Celtics’ bench to lend a helping hand on a nightly basis.
Boston Celtics president Danny Ainge offered a quick update on Rajon Rondo on Thursday, and though he doesn’t have a return date in mind, is pleased with the strides the point guard has made as he recovers from ACL surgery.
Why are the Celtics winning? Here are some answers, as well as a look at if this type of success is sustainable.
Playing Jordan Crawford and Phil Pressey at the point gives Brad Stevens one less problem to deal with on a nightly basis
The Boston Celtics announced the signings of center Vitor Faverani and guard Phil Pressey, rounding out a roster that will remain in flux through much of the season
After an impressive showing in the Orlando Summer League, Phil Pressey has a job in the NBA.