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Not to rain on today’s Truth Parade, but:The Celtics are now 3-0 against the Wizards, 1-0 against Detroit, New Jersey and Toronto, and 0-9 against the remainder of the NBA. And Ray Allen injured his ankle and did not return.Covering the Pats game today, so analysis will come tomorrow after I get a chance to watch.
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WASHINGTON - The good news for the Celtics after yesterday’s 100-94 win over the Wizards was that Ray Allen sported an immaculately shined wingtip shoe on his left foot instead of a walking boot.
The Boston Celtics will be without starters Ray Allen, Rajon Rondo and three bench players, severely depleting their roster for Monday night's game against the Orlando Magic.
Boston coach Doc Rivers delivered the news about an hour before the game.
Allen jammed his left ankle in the second quarter of Sunday's win at Washington and didn't return.
Starting point guard...
Going into tonight’s game between the Boston Celtics and Orlando Magic at the TD Garden, the odds were not in favor of the Celtics. The Magic came into the game with a record of 11-4, while the Celtics were at a disappointing 6-9. Add to that the news before the game that Ray Allen, Rajon [...]
Boston Celtics guard Ray Allen left Sunday's game against the Washington Wizards because of a jammed left ankle and will not return.
Avery Bradley got his first start since April 2011 and made the most of it. Ray Allen’s shooting slump continues through the end of the week. Doc Rivers was satisfied with Avery Bradley’s performance filling in for Rajon Rondo and Keyon Dooling. Mickael Pietrus in a more somber mood after losing to his former team.
This shouldn't come as a huge surprise as the Celtics will make sure that Ray's as close to 100 percent as possible before bringing him back. We knew going into the season that, for the vast majority of the C's, it will take a little longer for them to recover from these types of bumps and bruises. In addition, A. Sherrod Blakely informed us that Ray and his wife are...
The Boston Celtics will be without starters Ray Allen, Rajon Rondo and three bench players, severely depleting their roster for Monday night's game against the Orlando Magic. Boston coach Doc Rivers delivered the news about an hour before the game. Allen jammed his left ankle in the second quarter of Sunday's win at Washington and didn't return.
The lockout is supposed to hunt down veterans like Shawn Kemp — those older players who like to dabble in cocaine, alcohol, out-of-wedlock children and Taco Bell’s famed Fourth Meal — rather than championship-tested veterans known for their maniacal workout sessions running in the sands of Malibu Beach. Knowing the lockout would end at some point, understanding that Boston’s...
Beasley for McGee
Any chance we could get in on a Paul Pierce or Ray Allen deal? Supposedly Ainge is interested in creating cap space to retool next season.
Randolph, Pekovic, Johnson, Malcolm Lee.
I'm curious to see what happens at the trade deadline this year. I feels like their could be quite a bit of movement with Dwight, Celtics, Rockets, whoever.
Boston Celtics point guard Rajon Rondo missed Sunday's game against the Washington Wizards with a sprained right wrist and guard Ray Allen left because of a jammed left ankle and will not return.
Tip: 1:00pm Court: Verizon Center Watch it: CSN/NBATV Hear it: WEEI
Referees: Joe Crawford, Kevin Fehr, Violet Palmer
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Record: 5-9 (3rd Atlantic, 9th East)
Record: 2-13(5th Southeast, 15th East)
On the road: 1-4
On road: 2-7
Kevin Garnett and Ray Allen will be free agents after this season, clearing $31 million in cap space.
Today the 5-9 Boston Celtics faced off against the 2-13 Washington Wizards, after having lost their last game at home against the Phoenix Suns. The Celtics were looking to start the game off with a positive note because as everyone knows, the Celtics usually win or lose the game in the first half. The Celtics have only been tied or ahead three times this season at the half. Their...
The Boston Celtics returned to their glory days right after trading for Ray Allen and Kevin Garnett. Adding two future Hall of Famers to their in-house future Hall of Famer, Paul Pierce, helped them reach the Finals twice and win one championship.
But in life all good things must come to an end and in sports that process is accelerated.
Players leave to sign bigger contracts, retire...
Tip: 7:30 pm Court: TD Garden Watch it: CSN Hear it: WEEI
Referees: Greg Willard, Brent Barnaky, James Williams
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Record: 5-8 (3rd Atlantic, 9th East)
Record: 5-9 (4th Pacific, 12th West)
At home: 4-4
On road: 2-5
Streak: Won 1