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Kelly Olynyk Injury: Updates on Celtics Forward's Recovery from Shoulder Surgery

Boston Celtics head coach Brad Stevens announced Monday that Kelly Olynyk is medically cleared for non-contact drills, but his availability for the start of the 2016-17 season remains in doubt, according to Chris Forsberg of Continue for updates. Olynyk to be Re-Evaluated Oct. Show More Summary

The possibilities are endless for the Celtics

But that’s not the same thing as saying they can compete for a title as currently constructed. Paul Flannery and Tom Ziller are previewing every team via conversations. First up: the Boston Celtics. See all of the Flanns and Zillz previews...Show More Summary

Clippers' Paul Pierce: 'This is it, my final season'

Paul Pierce will be calling it an NBA career next year, after one last go-round with the Clippers. The 10-time All-Star, who spent 10 seasons with the Boston Celtics, announced he will retire after the upcoming season in a post on the Players’ Tribune. “This is it, my final season,” he wrote. “It’s...

Tom Brady's Free-Agency Pitch to Kevin Durant Revealed by Brad Stevens

Boston Celtics head coach Brad Stevens provided insight this week into the team's meetings with prized free agent Kevin Durant this offseason, highlighted by how impressed he was to work alongside New England Patriots quarterback Tom...Show More Summary

Doc Rivers: Paul Pierce ‘Has to’ Retire as a Boston Celtic

Once Paul Pierce hangs it up, Doc Rivers can’t imagine The Truth retiring as anything but a Celtic. Pierce, 38, has yet to decide if he’ll return for a 19th The post Doc Rivers: Paul Pierce ‘Has to’ Retire as a Boston Celtic appeared first on SLAMonline.

Danilo Gallinari Says He Refused to Be Traded from Denver

When approached by the Nuggets about relocating prior to last February’s trade deadline, Danilo Gallinari reports that he turned the opportunity down. The Boston Celtics and LA Clippers were said The post Danilo Gallinari Says He Refused to Be Traded from Denver appeared first on SLAMonline.

Boston Celtics Forward Jonas Jerebko Buys eSports Team

Boston Celtics forward and 7 year NBA veteran Jonas Jerebko has purchased esports franchise Renegades, joining many current and former basketball players interested and investing in the esports industry.

Avery Bradley Aiming to Win Defensive Player of the Year Award

Boston Celtics guard Avery Bradley says his goal is to unseat Kawhi Leonard as the NBA’s top defensive player next season. Could Avery Bradley really make a run at Defensive The post Avery Bradley Aiming to Win Defensive Player of the Year Award appeared first on SLAMonline.

Boston Celtics vs. Atlanta Hawks Rosters and Predictions: Who Has the Best Chance of Toppling Cavs in the Eastern Conference of the 2016-17 NBA Season?

As the 2016-17 NBA season draws nearer, debates start to spark regarding which team in the Eastern Conference has the best chance of dethroning the reigning NBA champion. For one, the Cleveland Cavaliers will once again face the Boston Celtics and Atlanta Hawks. These are some of the teams that are considered as the biggest obstacles of LeBron James' championship- winning squad.

Isaiah Thomas Interview: On Recruiting Free Agents, Al Horford and Celtics Youth

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

Ray Allen May Join New York Knicks in 2016-17 NBA Season: Will Ten-Time All-Star Work Well With Carmelo Anthony & Derrick Rose?

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.

Celtics 2016-17 Schedule: Top Games, Championship Odds and Record Predictions

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

NBA 2016-2017 News and Updates: Ray Allen Might Come Out of Retirement; Celtics, Bucks, Knicks and even Cavs are Waiting

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.

Which Boston Celtics Rookies Should Make the 2016-17 Roster?

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

Celtics sign Green, Zeller and three 2016 Draft picks

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.

NBA Trade Rumors: Latest on Russell Westbrook's Future and More

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

Gerald Green Reportedly to Sign with Celtics: Latest Contract Details, Reaction

Following a disappointing 2015-16 season, Gerald Green will get a fresh start with the Boston Celtics. Sean Deveney of 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

Tyler Zeller Reportedly Re-Signs with Celtics: Latest Contract Details, Reaction

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

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