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Carlos Arroyo, who played for the Miami Heat and Boston Celtics last season, has signed with Turkish club Besiktas Milangaz. Via Sportando: “Besiktas agreed to terms with Carlos Arroyo. The Puerto Rican PG was free agent and is expected to join his new team from December 27th. Milangaz, the sponsor of Besiktas, approved his contract and gave the OK to finalize the deal.”
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There's no reason to push Paul Pierce to play against the Knicks. I think they can beat New York without him. Let him rest and get ready for the Miami Heat on Tuesday night.
Meanwhile, the Mickael Pietrus watch continues. If he clears waivers...
Paul Pierce (bruised heel) is still questionable for Sunday’s game against the New York Knicks. If he does play, Doc Rivers said it could be as a substitute. (ESPN Boston)“We didn’t even ask him to [participate in practice],” said Rivers. “We won’t ask him to do anything until Saturday, so we’ll see what he can do. Then if he can play, we may play him. If he can...
Celtics guard Paul Pierce didn't practice Friday because of a nagging heel injury and might not play in Boston's season opener against the Knicks in New York on Christmas Day.
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He could have shaken Danny Ainge’s hand last spring, thanked him for four good years in green and moved on to another city and another challenge. The Celtics were coming off a truncated season, a lockout was looming, and exit visas seemed possible for several players. But Ray Allen has been around the league long enough - 15 seasons with another starting Sunday - to know when he’s...
Rajon Rondo scored 15 of his 17 points in the first half, leading the Boston Celtics to an 81-73 victory over Toronto...
Add Eddie House to the list of former Celtics who were released in the past week. The Heat just waived him, while the Thunder are putting the finishing touches on a buyout for his trade counterpart Nate Robinson. The Thunder didn't even have Nate in camp. Other Celtics getting the boot were Gabe Pruitt in Orlando, Gerald Green in L.A, and James Posey in Indiana. The Celtics have...
The Celtics travel to Madison Square Garden Christmas Day for their season opening matchup with the New York Knicks kicking off at noon today. The Celtics are dealing with a handful of injuries and the Knicks are a completely overhauled roster, especially at the guard position, than what we saw in Game Four of the [...]
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The Celtics had a poor off-season as well. David West spurning them for the Pacers was a major blow, and Jeff Green’s tragic heart condition really takes away their depth. They failed to improve this off-season, and their big three is continuing to age. Their championship window is soon closing.
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The Knicks made a smart move when they...
The Celtics signed Mikael Pietrus after the veteran swingman cleared waivers Saturday night.
The Celtics’ reserves had a final preseason showcase opportunity in an 81-73 win over the Toronto Raptors last night at TD Garden. And they showed most of the qualities coach Doc Rivers expected - spectacular athleticism combined with inconsistency.
The Boston Celtics are the four-time defending Atlantic Division champions, but the New York Knicks are hoping their own version of the "Big Three" is ready to end that reign.
The longtime rivals don't have to wait long to start battling for supremacy in the division as they open the season at Madison Square Garden on Sunday.
Boston won its fourth consecutive division...