The Boston Celtics are reportedly set to have a chat with free agent center Dwight Howard. The Atlanta Hawks are also said to be lining up a meeting with the The post Report: Dwight Howard to Meet With the Celtics and Hawks appeared first on SLAMonline.
Dwight Howard could actually be a bargain free-agent signing At some point over the next few days, Dwight Howard will find a new home. Howard will meet with the Boston Celtics and Atlanta Hawks, according to ESPN, while earlier reports...Show More Summary
The Boston Celtics didn't live up to the hype in the 2016 NBA draft, though the rumors market would suggest the front office is ready to make up for the disappointment. Team president Danny Ainge deserved every bit of hype generated before the draft. Show More Summary
All-Star center Dwight Howard is reportedly set to meet with the Atlanta Hawks and Boston Celtics as part of his latest foray into free agency. According to ESPN.com's Chris Broussard and Marc Stein, Atlanta and Boston are two of asShow More Summary
Before leaving Brooklyn on NBA draft night as a member of the Minnesota Timberwolves, Kris Dunn dealt with numerous rumors about where he'd eventually wind up. Some thought the Boston Celtics would grab him at No. 3. Then there were whispers of a potential trade to the Philadelphia 76ers. Show More Summary
Kevin Durant, the superstar set to hit the open market on Friday, reportedly has meetings scheduled with the Golden State Warriors, San Antonio Spurs, Boston Celtics, Miami Heat, Los Angeles Clippers and Oklahoma City Thunder about his impending free agency. The Los Angeles Lakers and New York Knicks also are trying to get some facetime, […]
BOSTON — The Boston Celtics surprised the NBA world this past Thursday by electing to keep their No. 3 overall pick in the 2016 NBA draft. They did it again by using it on California forward Jaylen Brown. What likely seemed disappointing...Show More Summary
Kevin Durant, the most coveted free agent in the NBA this summer, will reportedly hear pitches from six teams starting July 1. The Boston Celtics, Miami Heat, Los Angeles Clippers, The post Kevin Durant to Reportedly Meet With Warriors, Spurs, Celtics, Heat, Clippers and Thunder appeared first on SLAMonline.
Outside of the first two picks—Ben Simmons and Brandon Ingram, as expected—the 2016 NBA draft was odd. There weren't any eye-popping trades, meaning the Boston Celtics and others kept quiet near the top of the order. Speaking of theShow More Summary
The Boston Celtics had an extra-long table lined up for their post-draft news conference Friday, a day after they picked six players.
The Boston Celtics are heading into NBA free agency looking to make a splash and bring in a legitimate star. There are a few different players that they could target, but bringing in a big man would be ideal. Danny Ainge has always been aggressive and that will not change this offseason. Show More Summary
The 2016 NBA draft would classify as chaotic if everybody didn't enter Thursday night expecting madness. Once the Boston Celtics selected Jaylen Brown with the No. 3 pick, all bets were off. Any mock drafts intact eventually went into flames from pick No. Show More Summary
Boston failed to make a big splash again, annoying an antsy fanbase looking for payoff for their many assets. But the Celtics still have the luxury of patience. The Boston Celtics have 12 players under contract from a 48-win team that posted a top-10 offense and a top-5 defense. Show More Summary
I don’t pretend to know what kind of NBA careers the many players drafted by Boston last night will have (or won’t have). But it’s hard not to feel like the night was a disappointment for the Celtics, if only because they hoped to come away with an All-Star sure thing to add to a promising young team, instead of more pieces, none of whom are guaranteed to fit. Read more...
It won't make disgruntled Boston Celtics fans any happier, but the disappointing draft night that materialized Thursday was always a possibility. Boston, in theory, controlled the 2016 NBA draft. It had eight picks, the most any team has owned since the draft became a two-round affair in 1989, according to ESPN Stats & Info. Show More Summary
Heading into the 2016 NBA Draft the world appeared to be at the Boston Celtics' fingertips. They held the No. 3 pick, the No. 16 pick, the No. 23 picks and five second-round picks, including Nos. 31 and 35. Boston had more draft capital than anyone and was poised to use it to get a lot better. Show More Summary
The Notre Dame point guard fell far in the draft and will end up with Boston in the middle of the second round. With the No. 45 pick pick in the 2016 NBA Draft, the Boston Celtics have chosen Notre Dame's Demetrius Jackson, marking the second straight year a Fighting Irish point guard has gone in the draft after Jerian Grant was taken 19th in 2015. Show More Summary
Davis was considered a possible lottery pick, but slipped all the way out of the first round. With the No. 31 pick the 2016 NBA Draft, the Boston Celtics have selected Deyonta Davis. Davis was promptly traded to the Memphis Grizzlies, according to Yahoo! Sports. Show More Summary
The Boston Celtics sent a variety of shockwaves through the first round of Thursday’s NBA draft and left their fans with plenty of questions. But the biggest surprise they sprung was with the No. 16 pick, which they used on Frenchman Guerschon Yabusele, a 6-foot-8, 275-pound power forward largely expected to be stashed overseas for the immediate […]
Many consider the Boston Celtics one of the biggest losers of the 2016 NBA draft because the team landed No. 3, meaning Danny Ainge and the front office miss out on Ben Simmons and Brandon Ingram. It’s a fair assessment, but ignoresShow More Summary