Who Will Start At Center For Celtics? Brad Stevens Still Exploring His OptionsIt's hard to take anything away from an NBA preseason game, but Celtics head coach Brad Stevens may have given us a hint at his regular season starting five on Sunday night.
Enes Kanter On Feud With President Of Turkey, Role In Celtics Locker RoomNew Celtics center Enes Kanter made news after posting video saying he was harassed at a Cambridge mosque. He believes it is retaliation in a simmering political dispute.
Gordon Hayward Dealing With Minor Elbow InjuryGordon Hayward is hoping to reemerge as an All-Star this season, but is already dealing with a minor injury. The Celtics forward had to leave Boston's first game of the preseason Sunday night with an elbow injury.
Tacko Fall Gives Celtics Fans Reason To Cheer During Preseason OpenerTacko Fall only logged eight minutes in the Celtics’ preseason opener Sunday night. But he was the star of the show at TD Garden.
Febreze Celtics Ready For Their Fresh StartThe common theme for the Boston Celtics at their media day on Monday was simple. Everyone is looking forward to a "fresh start" after a disappointing season last year.
Enes Kanter Is One Interesting Dude Who Loves To Give BackMedia day is a day for players to shine off the court. Enes Kanter did not disappoint on Monday.
Jayson Tatum Bringing New Offensive Approach To Celtics CampJayson Tatum has a new focus on offense, one that should make Brad Stevens smile.
Kemba Walker Is Excited -- Real Excited -- To Be In BostonKemba Walker began a new chapter of his basketball career on Monday.
Kyrie Irving Admits He Failed As Celtics Leader, But He's Not The Only One To BlameKyrie Irving was all smiles has he addressed the media in Brooklyn on Friday. That was not always the case in his final year with the Boston Celtics.
Tacko Fall Takes His First Swimming Lesson At Boston Boys & Girls ClubThe Celtics big man, who stands at 7-foot-6, made some waves at the Charlestown Boys & Girls Club on Wednesday.
Windhorst: Celtics Jayson Tatum, Jaylen Brown 'Love Kemba'It was clear last year that Boston's young players did not like to play with Kyrie Irving. That will not be the case with Kemba Walker, according to ESPN's Brian Windhorst.