Tristan Thompson Ready To Bring Some Added Juice To CelticsWith his energy in the paint and veteran insight in the locker room, Tristan Thompson hopes to be the missing piece in Boston's quest to win another title.
Kemba Walker Sidelined For Start Of Celtics Season After Left Knee ProcedureKemba Walker's knee was the big topic for much of the Celtics' run in the NBA bubble in Orlando over the summer. It's now going to be a topic to start the 2020-21 season.
Dust Settles On Wild Weekend For CelticsThe dust has settled on a frantic weekend for the Celtics, and though the present is a little worse off, the future still remains bright.
Kim Kardashian Congratulates Tristan Thompson On Celtics Deal: 'Boston Here We Come'Not everybody in Boston was overly enthused with the moves of the Celtics this weekend. World famous reality TV star Kim Kardashian, though, was quite happy.
Report: Celtics Sign Tristan Thompson To 2-Year, $19 Million DealThe 29-year-old is coming off a year in which he averaged a career-high 12.2 points per game.
Celtics-Cavaliers War Of Words Already Begins Between Tristan Thompson, Marcus MorrisThe opening to the NBA season is still three weeks away, but the war of words in the Eastern Conference has begun.
Amir Johnson Questionable For Game 4 With Sprained ShoulderThe Celtics won Game 3 in Cleveland, but they may have lost a starter.
Robb: LeBron's Been Great In Finals, But Cavs' Supporting Cast Deserves More AttentionBrian Robb says the focus on what LeBron has done against the Warriors should not overshadow how well Cleveland’s supporting cast has been playing.
Brad Stevens Questions Celtics' Poise In Game 3The Celtics have been applauded for hanging around in each of their games against Cleveland, but head coach Brad Stevens wasn't very happy with his team's effort on Thursday night.
Jones: Much More Encouraged By Celtics In Game 2They may be down 0-2, but Adam Jones was encouraged by what he saw from the Celtics in Game 2 against the Cavaliers.
What We Learned From Celtics-Cavaliers Game 2Here are a few takeaways from the Cavaliers' 99-91 win in Game 2.