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People (ahem, Chuck) have been getting on Rajon Rondo lately. Some of it is warranted, some of it isn't. The latest criticism of him came last night when he either (a) took way too many shots and disrupted the flow of the offense or (b) didn't take enough shots in the 4th quarter and disrupted the flow of the offense.
So went back and looked at every one of his 27...
So after a bevy of disheartening injury news yesterday, there seems to be better news today on the C's injury front.
Kevin Garnett (hip flexor) did participate in shoot around and is being called "probable" for tonight.
Mickael Pietrus (right knee) said he's definitely playing tonight, but what he says and what Doc Rivers says might be a different story...
It's been a tough season for most Celtics fans. The awful start tempered the enthusiasm of even the most hardcore Green-teamers.
We've been distracted by a lot of trade talk. The Chris Paul/Rajon Rondo rumors dominated training camp. From there, we jumped into the blow-it-up debate as the Cs lost 8 of their first 12 games.
Even when the Celtics rattled off 9 wins in...
Doc Rivers told reporters that Kevin Garnett is a game time decision, however he is listed as the probable starter on the official lineup sheet and is expected to start. Brandon Bass is out with a knee injury until the All-Star break while Marquis Daniels is also inactive tonight against the Pistons. Jermaine O’Neal will [...]
The Celtics came off of a pretty big high Sunday after beating the Chicago Bulls. They followed that up with one of the lower lows of the season dropping a game they should have won to the Detroit Pistons, 98-88. The Pistons out-hustled the Celtics for most of the game but especially when it counted [...]
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Record: 15-12 (2nd Atlantic, 7th East)
Record: 8-22 (5th Central, 13th East)
At home: 11-7
On road: 2-12
Streak: Won 1...
The upcoming road trips will most definitely be the toughest test the Celtics will face this regular season. After a home matchup versus the ailing Detroit Pistons on Wednesday (the 15th), they embark on a five game road trip visiting the Bulls, Pistons, Mavericks, Thunder, and Cavaliers. The Thunder and Cavaliers matchup will, however, be broken up by All-Star weekend, of which...
8 a.m. ET: The Detroit Pistons aren't about to strike fear into the hearts of many opponents, as they still occupy last place in the Central Division. After a dismal December January, though, the Pistons have put together a decent run of success in February, going 4-2 entering Tuesday to match their win total from the previous month-plus. Part of Detroit's success comes from...
Tim Duncan had 18 points and 13 rebounds, and the San Antonio Spurs overcame a spirited Detroit rally to beat the Pistons 99-95 on Tuesday night for their eighth consecutive victory.
Detroit trailed by 15 in the fourth quarter but came back to take the lead behind Ben Wallace, the veteran big man who set a record by appearing in his 1,055th career game - the most for an undrafted...
Detroit's Ben Gordon looked very comfortable in his new role coming off the bench and coach Lawrence Frank continued to tweak his lineup.
Pistons center Ben Wallace, who is retiring after the season, faced Tim Duncan and the San Antonio Spurs for the last time Tuesday night. Wallace scored nine points and had five rebounds in the Pistons' 99-95 loss. Duncan had 18 points and 13 rebounds.
The Pistons topped the Celtics 98-88 on the road Wednesday.