Found January 19, 2012 on
Celtics president of basketball operations Danny Ainge used the brief window following the end of the NBA lockout to feverishly prepare for one final championship run with the aging Big Three.
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Celtics GM Danny Ainge says he is willing to trade Boston's aging veterans if he's able to get a good package in return.
With the Boston Celtics looking horrific through the first 12 games of the season, other contenders have reportedly been calling Danny Ainge about the possibility of trading Paul Pierce. (Yahoo! Sports)
As Kevin Garnett and Allen become free agents this summer, money will peel away from the salary cap. Between then and now, the bigger question promises to be: Does ownership...
Some of us are optimistic the Celtics will get their sh*t together and turn on the jets... eventually. They can't be this bad for the duration of the season, can they?
The Cs are 4-8. Twelve games represents 18% of a 66 game season. That's a decent sample.
Here are some ugly numbers:
Have two fewer wins than the Cavaliers
One more win than New Orleans
Is Kevin Garnett the most expendable Celtic, and could he be used to acquire Dwight Howard? Anything is possible
The Boston Celtics won last night against the Toronto Raptors, but make no mistake, this is a team that needs a major change-up if it’s going to compete for an NBA Title this season. All off-season, Celtics fans have told themselves that as long as the Celtics get into...
Well this move is a win win for everyone. It's a win for Westbrook who now makes just as much as Durant, a win for Sam Presti who gets to sign Harden and Ibaka and a win for Danny Ainge who signed Rajon Rondo to the best discount in the league.