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No fireworks yet, but the Celtics should be better

The summer wasn't nearly as explosive as many anticipated, but Boston is still on an upward trend. Paul Flannery and Tom Ziller are discussing every single NBA team in this Flanns and Zillz marathon leading up to the 2015-16 season. Click here for past editions. FLANNERY: The Celtics didn't make the big splash this summer. Show More Summary

Boston Celtics 2015 roster: Brad Stevens has a playoff-ready team again

The Celtics added David Lee for the battle for an Eastern Conference playoff berth. Brad Stevens knows how to lead a turnaround. After the Boston Celtics finished 25-57 in his first season at the helm, Stevens coached the Celtics to a 40-42 record last season -- good enough for the seventh seed in the Eastern Conference. Show More Summary

Top International Studs to Watch in 2015 NBA Global Games

The Global Games take place outside the United States and Canada and consist of preseason matchups between NBA teams and international clubs. This year's slate features the Orlando Magic, Boston Celtics, Los Angeles Clippers and Charlotte...Show More Summary

Relax, the Wizards were joking when they said Paul Pierce banned them from wearing LeBrons

They've never ACTUALLY had a ban on James' shoes. Paul Pierce and LeBron James have developed a heated rivalry over the years going back to Pierce's time with the Boston Celtics and James's first stint in Cleveland. Washington Wizards...Show More Summary

Perry Jones hopes to stick with Celtics

Perry Jones hopes to stick with Celtics For a rebuilding team that is expected to be competitive but not outstanding, the Boston Celtics boast a pretty deep roster. Here’s the Boston Globe reporting on an intriguing young talent who hasn’t solidified himself in the league just yet: Perry Jones played in 143 games over three seasons for Oklahoma City, [...]

Interview: Former Bellator MMA announcer Sean Wheelock dishes on sudden release, praises 'fantastic' Scott Coker

Ever since the surprising announcement that Boston Celtics and Frozen Four commentator Sean Grande was replacing long-time Bellator MMA veteran Sean Wheelock in the broadcast booth, fans have been wondering how and why Wheelock was released. Show More Summary

A prove-it year for Rajon Rondo

A prove-it year for Rajon Rondo Here’s the Boston Herald discussing former Celtics point guard Rajon Rondo, who now finds himself on the the Sacramento Kings, and lower on the league-wide point guard hierarchy than in the past: Rajon Rondo fully had expected to be the object of a free agent bidding war and come out of this offseason [...]

Paul Pierce Claims He Will Retire If Clippers Win NBA Title

It's been quite the 17-year career for Paul Pierce. After 15 years with the Boston Celtics, which saw him win a championship in 2008, Pierce is preparing for his third consecutive season with a different team after signing a three-year deal with the Los Angeles Clippers in June. Show More Summary

NBA's Global Reach to Be Displayed Again in Preseason

In less than six months, Boston Celtics coach Brad Stevens will be on the sideline in six different countries.

Italy, Brazil, London among stops for Global Games

In less than six months, Boston Celtics coach Brad Stevens will be on the sideline in six different countries.

Celtics go into training camp seeking consistency

The themes for the Boston Celtics this training camp will be competition and consistency.

5 College Basketball Coaches Who May Be Auditioning for the NBA This Season

The trend is real. NBA organizations are targeting c ollege basketball coaches in an attempt to find leaders who are more in tune with today's game and players. It started with Butler's Brad Stevens going to the Boston Celtics. ThisShow More Summary

Celtics complete training camp roster

The Boston Celtics announced today that they have signed guards Levi Randolph and Corey Walden, as well as forwards Coty Clarke and Malcolm Miller. Each contract is likely non-guaranteed and just for training camp. Randolph played in five contests for the Oklahoma City Thunder in the 2015 Las Vegas Summer League and averaged 8.4 points, 2.2 [...]

Boston Celtics player describes why it's so hard to guard Stephen Curry

Stephen Curry has become one of the most popular players in the NBA to watch. He's already a historically great shooter, and his unique combination of ball-handling and unlimited range makes him a nightmare for opponents, but a delight to watch. Show More Summary

Exclusive First Look: Stance Unveils Boston Celtics Official On-Court Socks (PHOTO)

We've got the exclusive on the next team to get its official on-court socks for 2015-16 unveiled: the Boston Celtics. The post Exclusive First Look: Stance Unveils Boston Celtics Official On-Court Socks (PHOTO) appeared first on SLAMonline.

Isaiah Thomas: ‘I Definitely Feel Like I Can Be an All-Star’

Boston Celtics point guard Isaiah Thomas thinks he can become an NBA All-Star, and is aiming to rep the C’s at the big game in Toronto next year. Thomas, during The post Isaiah Thomas: ‘I Definitely Feel Like I Can Be an All-Star’ appeared first on SLAMonline.

5’9? Isaiah Thomas Blocks 6’8? Trevor Ariza In ‘Pro-Am Vs. Drew League’ Game

Do not let Isaiah Thomas’ height fool you. This Boston Celtics guard clearly still has it, as he completely rejected a dunk by the Houston Rockets’ Trevor Ariza during the highly-anticipated

5'9" Isaiah Thomas Rejects 6'8" Trevor Ariza in Seattle Pro-Am-Drew League Game

Boston Celtics guard Isaiah Thomas might only be 5'9", but don't let that fool you; the baller still has hops. During the highly anticipated Seattle Pro-Am vs. Drew League game Friday night, Thomas rejected the Houston Rockets' Trevor Ariza at the rim. Show More Summary

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