Boston Celtics coach Doc Rivers says point guard Rajon Rondo will sit out Friday night’s game against Phoenix because of a sore right wrist.
An MRI on Rajon Rondo’s sore right wrist came back negative, and the Celtics point guard hopes to play Friday night against the Phoenix Suns.
A day after trimming their roster down to 14, the Boston Celtics may have found their 15th man.
Kevin Garnett scored 28 points with 11 rebounds, Paul Pierce had 16 and 13 and Rajon Rondo scored 16 with 15 assists to lead the Boston Celtics to a 115-103 victory over the Phoenix Suns on Wednesday night.
Celtics guard Delonte West will miss the next two games after spraining his ankle at practice, the Boston Globe reports.
A team long considered soft, the Suns didn’t back down against mighty Boston, dominating inside early and weathering a below-the-belt shot by Kevin Garnett to run over the Celtics 88-71 Friday night.
The Boston Celtics are out West for the first time this season for four games in six nights.
Get ready, Boston, for a rematch with Kobe Bryant and his Los Angeles Lakers. Bryant wrapped up a magnificent series with 37 points, Ron Artest added 25 and the Lakers held off the Phoenix Suns […]
SI’s Chris Mannix joins Gresh & Zo to talk the Boston Celtics recent run and the Western Conference Finals. Is Rajon Rondo a future league MVP? Is Doc Rivers underrated? Will the Celtics close it […]
Here’s the injury you heard Toucher & Rich talking about this morning… brutal!