Isaiah Thomas is more than just the Boston Celtics' starting point guard and an Eastern Conference All-Star. He's also a free-agent recruiter extraordinaire—and an enthusiastic one, at that. Thomas led Boston's ultimately unsuccessful...Show More Summary
News about Ray Allen staging an NBA comeback has been circulating for several weeks now. Aside from the possibility of reuniting with his former teams such as the Boston Celtics and the Milwaukee Bucks, the 41-year-old shooting guard might also end up playing with the New York Knicks in the 2016-17 season.
Optimism is high for the Boston Celtics heading into the 2016-17 season after winning 48 games last season, their most in five years. There is a talented young core returning, headlined by Avery Bradley and Isaiah Thomas, and the addition...Show More Summary
New York Knicks, Milwaukee Bucks, Boston Celtics and even the defending champion Cleveland Cavaliers are all reported eyeing the prospect of signing in Ray Allen for the NBA 2016-17 season after the all-time scoring leader in three points floated the idea that he is ready to come out of retirement and step back in the hard court.
Barring any major moves, the Boston Celtics' core for next season is already established. But roster spots are still up for grabs, and plenty of young candidates are fighting for them. The Celtics ended up with eight picks in the 2016 NBA draft. Show More Summary
The Boston Celtics announced Wednesday that they have signed free-agent guard/forward Gerald Green, re-signed center Tyler Zeller and signed 2016 NBA Draft picks forward Jaylen Brown, guard Demetrius Jackson and forward Ben Bentil. Per team policy, terms of the deals were not disclosed.
The NBA belongs to the Boston Celtics and Oklahoma City Thunder. These teams might never hook up and do a deal, but they control the fate of what could be another wild swing in league hierarchy. Boston, led by resourceful president Danny...Show More Summary
Following a disappointing 2015-16 season, Gerald Green will get a fresh start with the Boston Celtics. Sean Deveney of SportingNews.com was the first to report the signing. Adam Himmelsbach of the Boston Globe later confirmed and added that it is a guaranteed deal. Show More Summary
The Boston Celtics reportedly re-signed free-agent center Tyler Zeller on Saturday after coming to terms on a two-year contract. Steve Bulpett of the Boston Herald first reported the details of the agreement. Adam Himmelsbach of the Boston Globe confirmed the second season of the deal is not guaranteed. More to follow. Read more NBA news on BleacherReport.com
Since the NBA draft, it’s felt like a matter of when, not if, Jahlil Okafor ends up with the Boston Celtics. The Philadelphia 76ers have a ton of big men. By contrast, even with the splash signing of All-Star Al Horford, Boston doesn...Show More Summary
The NFL hasn't taken over the sporting realm just yet. For now, it's all about which NBA team will make the biggest splash on the trade market. Rumors point one gigantic finger at the Boston Celtics, where team president Danny AingeShow More Summary
Boston Celtics forward Jae Crowder pulled out all the stops to recruit Kevin Durant in free agency but was more than disappointed when KD chose the Golden State Warriors instead. Speaking from the Basketball Hall of Fame on Thursday,...Show More Summary
The Boston Celtics gave Kevin Durant their entire strategy for beating the Golden State Warriors in free agency pitch.
While it was clear who'd go top-two in 2016's NBA draft, the Boston Celtics' selection of Jaylen Brown at No. 3 was unexpected. Between the trade rumors and general manager Danny Ainge 's reported interest in Providence point guard Kris...Show More Summary
With signing of Al Horford in the off season, the Boston Celtics are poised for another playoff run.
The Boston Celtics bolstered their frontcourt this offseason by signing big man Al Horford, but they are reportedly still interested in trading for Philadelphia 76ers center Jahlil Okafor. According to A. Sherrod Blakely of CSNNE.com,...Show More Summary
I was going to write about the Boston Celtics today. I was going to wake up and write about how Boston was rising, not unlike a Phoenix from the ashes of Brooklyn, in the East. I was going to tell you how Boston could stay pat or make upwards of three possible trades and propel themselves in to elite conversation this very season. Show More Summary
This is quickly becoming the summer of the Boston Celtics. Even with the NBA draft and the heart of the free-agency period behind us, general manager Danny Ainge and Co. are the constant subject of trade rumors thanks to Boston’s seemingly...Show More Summary
The 2016 free-agency bonanza may be drawing to a close, but the Boston Celtics are still on the hunt for another key piece to add to their improved core. That search has reportedly taken them out west. Sean Deveney of the Sporting News noted last week the Celtics have targeted Los Angeles Clippers power forward Blake Griffin in trade talks. Show More Summary