The Sacramento Kings had to open up cap space to bring Rajon Rondo into town. It's too bad they didn't prioritize opening up space inside their offense, too. When the Kings signed the former Dallas Mavericks and Boston Celtics point guard to a one-year, $9.5 million deal, they imported a floor general whose best days are behind him. Show More Summary
Brandon Bass has decided to join the other side of the NBA’s biggest rivalry. The free agent will be headed for the Los Angeles Lakers after playing the last four seasons with the Boston Celtics. ESPN is reporting that the terms of the...Show More Summary
The Boston Celtics are bringing back restricted free agent forward Jae Crowder, having reportedly agreed to a five-year, $35 million contract. Crowder, 24, put up 9.5 points and grabbed 4.6 The post Jae Crowder Re-Ups With Celtics for Five Years and $35 Million appeared first on SLAMonline.
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The Boston Celtics re-upped with free agent forward Jonas Jerebko on a reported deal worth $10 million over two years. Feels great to be back in green and white! #CelticNation The post Jonas Jerebko Re-Signs With Celtics on Two-Year $10 Million Deal appeared first on SLAMonline.
The Boston Celtics entered the first day of free agency with a ton of money to either fill significant holes in their frontcourt or finally spear the white whale they’re rightfully fixated on (i.e. a superstar). Simple supply and demand...Show More Summary
BOSTON – Armed with salary cap room for the first time in nearly two decades, the Boston Celtics aimed to make a big splash at the start of NBA free agency on Wednesday but came up empty. Striking out on the stars should not come as a surprise to Celtics fans. Show More Summary
Finishing up a whirlwind first 24 hours of NBA free agency, the Boston Celtics and forward Jae Crowder agreed to a five-year, $35 million deal. Shams Charania of RealGM reported the news. Crowder, 24, was a restricted free agent this summer but didn't waste time negotiating his return to Boston. Show More Summary
A person with knowledge of the details says the Boston Celtics have landed Amir Johnson with a two-year deal worth $24 million.
Johnson, formerly of the Toronto Raptors, is signing a two-year deal with the Boston Celtics worth $24 million, according to Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo. The post Report: Amir Johnson to Sign 2-Year, $24 Million Deal With Boston Celtics appeared first on SLAMonline.
Boston keeps the stretch 4 under contract after he flourished at the end of the season. Free agent forward Jonas Jerebko has agreed to a two-year, $10 million deal to stay with the Boston Celtics, according to USA Today's Sam Amick. Until...Show More Summary
The 2015 Boston Celtics were a fun, overachieving bunch that restored enthusiasm in the fanbase with an unexpected postseason run. But a sobering reality has set in since the Celtics' first-round sweep at the hands of the Cleveland Cavaliers,...Show More Summary
The Boston Celtics are known for generally being a clever front office. They trade well, they draft well, and they have expedited their rebuilding process. It's that reputation that leaves many puzzled with their decisions during the 2015 NBA draft. The Celtics entered the draft with four selections. Show More Summary
Boston Celtics general manager Danny Ainge added two more guards in the first round of the 2015 NBA draft. Ainge must have really thought highly of Terry Rozier, whom he selected at No. 16 overall, despite having taken Marcus Smart last...Show More Summary
Boston Celtics coach Brad Stevens knew all about R.J. Hunter long before Hunter hit one of the biggest shots of last season's NCAA Tournament.
Danny Ainge may not have been able to put together a package on draft day to help the Boston Celtics move up, but he knows that his team has another opportunity to improve during the free-agency signing period. The Celtics surprisedShow More Summary
Ten years ago, Greg Monroe would have been the belle of free-agency’s ball. A 6’11” big man who can score with his back to the basket and rebound? And he just turned 25? In the not-too-distant past, before the NBA began prioritizingShow More Summary
BOSTON — If there was an area that Boston Celtics general manager Danny Ainge could be pleased with entering the 2015 NBA draft, it was the backcourt. Let's do some math. Before Thursday night's draft, the Celtics already had nine players signed to guaranteed contracts for the 2015-16 season. Show More Summary
The Orlando Magic will have plenty of competition this summer for restricted free agent forward Tobias Harris—the Detroit Pistons, New York Knicks, Los Angeles Lakers and Boston Celtics are reportedly The post Report: Tobias Harris Seeking Near Max-Level Deal appeared first on SLAMonline.
The Boston Celtics, noted hoarders of future assets, reportedly offered an eye-popping trade package to the Charlotte Hornets in exchange for the No. 9 pick in Thursday's NBA Draft. According to ESPN's Chris Forsberg, the Celtics coveted...Show More Summary