Brad Stevens Mostly Pleased With Team’s Effort This Season, Called Warriors Blowout Loss An ‘Anomaly’
Stevens confirmed even though the season hasn’t been a success, “the spirit is pretty good” in the locker room and around the practice facility.
At 20-41 you can surely accuse the Celtics of being a bad team, but one thing you can’t accuse them of is giving minimal effort in games this season. That changed in their 108-88 loss to Golden State.
The Felger and Massarotti Show from Wednesday, March 5.
The Celtics VP of Basketball Operations finally put closure on the Rajon Rondo situation. He also addressed the possibility of his number getting retired by the Celtics and the proposed 4-point shot in the NBA.
Mike Gorman is all for the Celtics retiring Danny Ainge’s number.
While Rondo is shooting just 40 percent from the field (down from his career 48 percent) he’s hitting career-highs from three-point range (36 percent) and at the free throw line (74 percent). Adam Jones takes a look…
On this morning’s “Celtics @ 7″ host Adam Kaufman dove into the week that was for All-Star Rajon Rondo.
Which Boston athletes had a great month of February, and who didn’t? We break it all down for you!
Despite the attention and “controversy,” Rondo hasn’t let it negatively affect his play on the court. In fact, he’s played very well, and that’s something that head coach Brad Stevens has appreciated from his point guard.
24 games left in the season, how many more starts should Tuukka Rask get? Keep in mind the Bruins have 8 back-to-backs the rest of the season…