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Yesterday we talked a bit about the six point guards the Celtics were going to have in for a visit, as Danny Ainge and the C's are clearly targeting backup guard to help spell Rajon Rondo. However, point guard isn't the only position the Celts are looking at, as the team will also host four big men for visits this weekend. From the Boston Globe's Baxter Holmes.
Beginning on Friday, the Celtics will host up to 12 draft prospects for workouts over two days, NBA sources said
Centers Jeff Withey of Kansas, Steven Adams of Pittsburgh, Colton Iverson of Colorado State, and Greg Echenique of Creighton are also scheduled to attend. The Celtics have the No. 16 pick in the first round on June 27. They do not have a second-round selection
Considering the team's current big man situation, this makes all the sense in the world. Kevin Garnett's future with the team is up in the air, and if he doesn't return, the C's would be down to Brandon Bass, Jared Sulling...
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The offseason is here for the Boston Celtics, and in just a couple of months, they will begin the process of putting next year’s team together. We will take a look at the current Celtics and try to figure out what to do with each of them. We continue today with Fab Melo.
We really don’t know much about Fab Melo other than he’s a project. In the Syracuse zone defense...
It's been three and a half months since Jared Sullinger underwent season ending surgery for a lumbar disc issue in his back, and the soon to be 2nd year forward is progressing in his rehab.
ESPN Boston's Chris Forsberg caught up with Sully at a charity event, and among other things he discussed the notion that back troubles will continue to bother him. He says that's...
We posted early yesterday afternoon that Rajon Rondo was going to be on Fashion Police on E! I went looking for the video just now with no luck, but did find this photo of Rondo dressed up for the show. Somehow he ended up sitting on a plastic chair Joan Rivers. We'll post the video when it comes available. Or if you find it first email it to me: email@example.com
Danny Ainge stated publicly last week that, to the best of his knowledge, head coach Doc Rivers will be back behind the Celtics bench next season.
Rivers has yet to confirm this, though, and a Boston Herald report indicates that the coach may still be weighing his options.
The Herald’s Steve Bulpett cites a source close to the situation claiming that there is still a possibility...
Terrence Williams has spoken to Danny Ainge and Doc Rivers since he was arrested for brandishing a gun, and he believes that he remains part of the Boston Celtics' future.
"We talked about the future, and I was part of that. Everything else, is between us," Williams said.
Williams is slated to earn $948,000 if he makes the Celtics' roster next season, but the deal...
There has been a surprising amount discussion about Boston Celtics head coach Doc Rivers’ status for next season considering there are three years remaining on his contract. The latest news is that President of Basketball Operations Danny Ainge has denied a request by the Brooklyn Nets for permission to talk to Rivers about become their next head coach. This comes in the wake...
The All NBA Teams have been announced and to no one's surprise, there
are no Celtics on them. Also to no one's surprise, LeBron James and
Kevin Durant led the voting.
Paul Pierce received 24 votes. Kevin Garnett received 8 votes. Rajon Rondo received 1 vote. As I said, it isn't a big surprise. One thing I would add is that at this point in his career...
Rondo is fully into fashion as we saw from last year's internship with GQ in the off season and last night he guest starred on the Fashion Police with Joan Rivers. He is surprisingly good on these shows. One feature on the show is where the guest brings an item from their closet that others on the show decide to stash or trash. Rondo brought his zebra
Rondo wore that...
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Mickael Pietrus still wants to play for Boston.
Pietrus played on a one-year contract in Toronto last year where he averaged 5.3 ppg in 19 games with the Raptors. He was reportedly sidelined for most of season with knee tendinitis. Now he says he is 100 percent healthy and wants to return to Boston where he averaged 6.9 ppg and 3.1 rpg in 42 games.
In an interview with CLNS Radio...
The Nets are looking to hire a big name with a strong track record to fill their vacant head coaching position, and those big names seem to either have no interest or it’s just not the right time.
ESPN Boston is reporting that the Brooklyn Nets reached out to the Boston Celtics to get permission to speak with Doc Rivers about their head coaching position, but were strongly denied...
The Boston Celtics held draft workouts in Waltham, and several potential draftees spoke about their experience, including Shane Larkin (Miami Hurrianes, point guard) Steven Adams (Pittsburgh Panthers, center), and Phil Pressley (Missouri Tigers, point guard).
Celtics to host four centers for pre-draft workouts; which is the best fit?
Celtics to have six point guards in...
Photo by Winslow Townson/AP
Doc Rivers will not manage the Brooklyn Nets.
Celtics president of basketball operations Danny Ainge, who has long praised his head coach Doc Rivers, has denied the Brooklyn Nets access to speak with Rivers about the open head coaching position, according to Jackie MacMullan of ESPN.
This shouldn’t come as a surprise after the Nets targeted Rivers as...