Mickael Pietrus never lost confidence after hitting just one shot in the first four games against the Heat, and came alive in Game 5.
Celtics center and NBA great Shaquille O’Neal is calling it quits after 19 seasons in the NBA.
Many in the Celtics organization think that Shaquille O’Neal will retire, but Shaq’s mom is saying otherwise.
Coach Doc Rivers had very specific instructions for the Boston Celtics on Wednesday. Go golfing. Avoid hanging out with each other. Most importantly, try to stay away from the game of basketball.
Celtics coach Doc Rivers said Shaquille O’Neal would do a “skeleton” workout on Thursday and “hopefully” join the team on Friday for its final workout before their playoff series against the Miami Heat.
There is no set date for Shaquille O’Neal’s return to the Celtics, but head coach Doc Rivers says the injured Center continues to improve.
WBZ-TV’s Dan Roche said the beauty of sports is just how quickly fortunes can change, for good or bad.
The Eagle Tribune’s Bill Burt is reporting an NBA source told him Shaquille O’Neal will not return to the Celtics this postseason due to a lingering calf injury.
CSNNE’s A. Sherrod Blakley joined 98.5 The Sports Hub’s Toucher & Rich Tuesday morning, and thinks Shaquille O’Neal will return at some point during the playoffs for the Celtics.
Shaquille O’Neal will not play in Game Two of the Celtics playoffs series against the New York Knicks, Doc Rivers said on Monday.