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Mavericks Over Celtics – Harder Than is Should Have Been

Posted on 4 Nov, 2014, by in NBA

The Boston Celtics were down by 31 at one point during their visit to Dallas, but managed to cut down the lead to one late in the game before the Dallas Mavericks regrouped and managed to hang on to their lead, coming away with the 118-113 victory. More

Celtics Over Heat – Rajon Rondo Enjoying the LeBron James Absence

Posted on 20 Mar, 2014, by in NBA

The Boston Celtics aren’t a very good team, but once in a while they can do a bit better than everyone expects of them, as Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh weren’t enough to carry the Miami Heat through a game without LeBron James, while Rajon Rondo looked like a point guard worth keeping for the future. More

Boston Celtics – Are They Actually Good?

Posted on 12 Nov, 2013, by in NBA

After four consecutive wins, maybe the Boston Celtics can’t be considered as one of the worst teams in the NBA. Avery Bradley was the stand out this time, leading the … More

Celtics vs Magic – Worst Game of the Season, So Far

Posted on 9 Nov, 2013, by in NBA

When two teams combine to shoot 37.6% from the field, there’s a good chance the Boston Celtics and the Orlando Magic provided one of the worst game of the season, which is expected from both teams considering their aspirations and quality of players this season. The Celtics still won, barely, 91-89, making it two in a row. More

NBA Rumors – Boston Celtics Might Trade One Of Their Shooting Guards

Posted on 13 Sep, 2013, by in NBA

We’re not going to see any player movement in the NBA at the moment when it comes to trades, but the Boston Celtics have a really unbalanced backcourt, with their point guard options beyond Rajon Rondo very limited at best, which just might mean that someone from the group that includes Courtney Lee, Avery Bradley, Jordan Crawford and MarShon Brook might get traded. More

New York Knicks – Carmelo Anthony Doesn’t Change in the Playoffs

Posted on 21 Apr, 2013, by in NBA

The regular season turned into the playoffs, but nothing really changed for the New York Knicks and Carmelo Anthony, who took the offense on his back with his regular non-stop shooting, aided by some strong team defense from the lesser parts of his crew, while the Boston Celtics showed usual grit, that lasted for about three quarters before their offense completely fell apart. More

Boston Celtics – Kevin Garnett & Paul Pierce Earn Late Rest

Posted on 14 Apr, 2013, by in NBA, Uncategorized

Resting Paul Pierce and Kevin Garnett before the NBA playoffs begin seems to be a must for Doc Rivers, and by finally clinching the 7th spot in the Eastern conference, he ensured he can give them minimal time on the court for the final two games of the season, while hoping it doesn’t throw them too much out of rhythm. More

Boston Celtics – Kevin Garnett Makes a Triumphant Return

Posted on 8 Apr, 2013, by in NBA

There were two players who did a better job than Kevin Garnett as the Boston Celtics embraced their aging and injure-prone big man after more than two weeks off the court. Avery Bradley did an amazing defensive job on the red-hot John Wall while Brandon Bass put in what might have been his best offensive performance of the season. And still, with Paul Pierce having a bad night, the KG energy was inside the arena, pushing the Celtics to play better than they have without him. More

Boston Celtics – Things are Falling Apart (Again)

Posted on 24 Mar, 2013, by in NBA

Suffering a fourth consecutive loss, making a short three-game road trip as a complete failure, any thoughts of the Boston Celtics being a team capable of making any sort of splash in the postseason after certain promising stretches in the previous month seem to going out the window, regardless of the excuses Doc Rivers makes up for his untalented team More

Boston Celtics – Jeff Green Steps Up for Paul Pierce

Posted on 7 Mar, 2013, by in NBA

It’s usually Paul Pierce who is in charge of the big shots in crucial moments for the Boston Celtics, has been for quite a few years now. A bit part of the Boston Celtics doing so well since the injury of Rajon Rondo hasn’t been just the improvement of Kevin Garnett on the offensive side, but Jeff Green starting to give the Celtics what they expect of him. More