Found May 29, 2014 on Red's Army:
It’s been almost a full calendar year since Danny Ainge and the Celtics stunned the basketball world by hiring Brad Stevens from Butler University.  He’s only been here one full NBA season, although has not even gone through the draft process yet.  However, that doesn’t keep his name from being rumored as a possible replacement for Coach K at Duke: Brad Stevens, Boston Celtics If Duke goes outside of the “family,” look for Stevens to be at the top of the list. No one on this list has accomplished more, and it’s not even close. Sure, Boy Wonder has been in Boston for only one year, but who knows what can happen in the NBA? Let’s say, for argument’s sake, he doesn’t get it done in the next few years with the Celtics. Krzyzewski has a ton of respect for Stevens and could try to persuade him to take over if Stevens isn’t winning enough in the league. Odds: 6-1 I’m hardly shocked that Jeff Goodman would be the one to write this.  I’m even less shocked that there is a picture of Stevens

Weeding out Celtics' interest in Bucks' Sanders

With the No. 6 pick in next month's NBA draft, the Boston Celtics are not going to get a rim-protecting big man. With so few available by way of free agency, swinging a trade for one seems to be the most likely route for Boston. But if there are so few and they are so in demand, why would anyone trade 'em? Usually it's due to a lack of production on the court, too...

Remember Colton Iverson?

On draft day a year ago the Celtics traded cash to the Pacers for the 53rd pick, then used it on 7-footer Colton Iverson from Colorado State.  He didn't make the team coming out of training camp, so Iverson took a trip overseas to play in Turkey for a year.  Now he's back, and looking to snag a spot on Boston's roster in 2014-2015.According to ESPN Boston's Chris...

Rondo Throwback Video: 2010 ECSF G4

One of my favorite YouTube accounts, GDFactoryClips, uploaded a classic performance from Rajon Rondo yesterday. The year was 2010, and the Celtics were making their improbable run to the NBA Finals. After being blown out on their home floor in G3, Boston was in jeopardy of heading back to Cleveland on the brink of elimination. They needed someone to step-up in G4, and that someone...

Eye on the draft: 5 options the Celtics will consider with the 17th pick

In case you haven't been made aware, this is a huge summer for the Boston Celtics. Much discussion has been made of what Danny Ainge should do with the sixth overall pick in the draft. Use it on a potential star? Try and trade the pick for Kevin Love?What has been left behind, is what Ainge should do with the 17th overall pick that Boston received from last summer's Nets...

The Celtics paved the way for the Heat's rise to the top

The Boston Celtics got the best of James twice when he was with the Cleveland Cavs. In 2008 the Celtics got the best of James in the second round, on their way to banner 17. In 2010, the Celtics went in as underdogs against James and the Cavs. LeBron led the Cavs to the best record in the East, and in the NBA overall. The Celtics went into the second round series off a first round...

Rajon Rondo employs personal statistician, Justin Zormelo, who has also worked with KD and John Wall

Last season, Rajon Rondo employed the services of personal statistician/consultant Justin Zormelo and will continue to work with him this season.According to Scott Cacciola and the New York Times Zormelo got his start working with Kevin Durant in 2011 and has had more than 30 N.B.A. clients since starting his company Best Ball Analytics in the same year: Justin Zormelo, a 30-year...

Celtics schedule June workout for Noah Vonleh

Celtics will work out local product Noah Vonleh on June 12, source told ESPN.— Jeff Goodman (@GoodmanESPN) May 30, 2014Vonleh was born in Haverhill, Massachusetts and played high school ball in New Hampshire.

Celtics to workout former UMass star Chaz Williams

According to Joshua Newman, the Celtics have scheduled a workout with former UMass star Chaz Williams on Monday.Former UMass PG Chaz Williams will work out for the Timberwolves tomorrow and the Celtics on Monday, sources tell @SNYtv— Josh Newman (@Joshua_Newman) May 28, 2014 The 5-foot-9 Brooklyn native was very consistent throughout his time at UMass. During his senior season...

Your Morning Dump… Where prospects won’t just waltz into Boston for workouts

Every morning, we compile the links of the day and dump them here… highlighting the big storyline. Because there’s nothing quite as satisfying as a good morning dump. The big, second-tier names who will be considered by the Celtics for the sixth pick in the June 26 draft may still need some wooing before they arrive in Waltham for workouts. [...] Agents naturally play a large...

Report: Dario Saric Would Come To U.S. If Drafted By Celtics, Lakers

A top international player might be coming to the U.S. — but only if he winds up with one of the two winningest teams in NBA history. Dario Saric, a highly rated 6-foot-10, 215-pound forward from Croatia, will leave the Adriatic League for the states if the Boston Celtics or Los Angeles Lakers take him in the 2014 NBA draft, reports David Pick of Eurobasket. Suddenly, the Celtics’...

Celtics draft news and notes: Smart likely choice for Celtics, meaning what for Rondo?

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European NBA Prospect Would Play Only If Celtics or Lakers Draft Him

According to David Pick of, Dario Saric, a Croatian forward would only come over next year if the Boston Celtics or Los Angeles Lakers draft him. Dario Saric, I’m told, has let it be known he plans to go to NBA next season if drafted by Celtics or Lakers. — David Pick (@IAmDPick) May 29, 2014 Saric is currently projected to go in the lottery. The Celtics (No....

The Heat join the ranks of the Celtics and the Lakers by making the NBA Finals four years in a row

Let me first start by saying... ugh. The Miami Heat are the first team since 1988 to make the NBA Finals four years in a row joining the ranks of the Celtics and the Lakers. As easy as it is to hate on the Heat, they made May 30th a day to remember for the right reasons. The Donald Sterling saga is nearing a close (in theory). Arguably the biggest black eye the NBA has had since...

Dario Saric Will Only Come To NBA For Lakers or Celtics

Photo Credit: AP Known primarily for their legendary rivalry, the Los Angeles Lakers and Boston Celtics are unarguably the two most recognized franchises in the NBA. However, in the modern NBA, there has been some talk that the franchises have lost a little bit of their shine, and players look at the dollar signs and weather more than the history of an organization when choosing...

Biggest Question Facing The Celtics This Offseason

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