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The Celtics need a big man more than Tayshaun Prince needs a key to the weight room. But keep in mind: the buyout/free agent market for big men is normally more Mikki Moore than P.J. Brown.Also, the Celtics would need to release somebody in order to open a roster spot.
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Always on the news, CSNNE’s A. Sherrod Blakely is keeping a close eye on the Boston Celtics free agent considerations. It’s not secret that the Celtics, at one time the most feared paint in the league, are weak on the front line. Celtics fans have turned into a crazed frenzy, hunting for potential big men [...]
Follow me on Twitter @CLNS_Sean There has been speculation, even on CLNS Radio that the Boston Celtics were looking to part ways with Marquis Daniels. A. Sherrod Blakely of CSNNE.com has reported that the Celtics have indeed had preliminary talks to have Daniels agree to the buy-out. His agent commented on the subject to Blakely: [...]
After every game, we'll take stock of how each individual performance affects the player's overall value.
Rajon Rondo: He shot 4-14. All four of those shots were lay ups, making him 0-7 from 3 feet and out. He did have 13 assists and 6 steals. And that alley oop fake to KG/pass to Ray for 3 was sold perfectly.
Paul Pierce: Did Paul Pierce...
It is no secret that Ray Allen is one of the many athletes benefiting from to increased training and health knowledge among athletes and trainers today. Many people probably forget that Ray Allen had some major ankle issues before coming to Boston. Just ask the fans in Milwaukee or Seattle. They remember all too well.
Ray’s secret to success, you ask? Bigger shoes… Ray Allen...
Boston Celtics forward Kevin Garnett joined an exclusive club during Saturday’s 98-91 loss to the Denver Nuggets.Garnett recorded his 5,000th career assist, placing him among 52 other players who have 5,000 assists, but also becoming just the third player to boast that total along with at least 20,000 points and 10,000 rebounds.Garnett, 36, joins Karl Malone and Kareem Abdul-Jabbar...
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“It’ll be fun,” said coach Doc Rivers, perhaps speaking more in the hopeful than definitive sense. “We have a chance to catch Atlanta, have a chance to put room (between themselves and) Milwaukee and...
Saturday evening provided yet another dip in the green machine roller coaster. The Boston Celtics have lost their second straight game, after winning 8 of 10, following the all-star break. The long and athletic Denver Nuggets put the pressure on the Celtics early and often. Apparently, the high altitude of Denver did not help the [...]
The past month has brought a dozen different non-updates on Jermaine O’Neal’s wrist injury, each of which has been more vague than the last. The latest non-update is slightly more detailed, as Danny Ainge points out that O’Neal is still rehabbing and deciding whether he can return this season. (Boston Herald)“Not yet,” Ainge said yesterday when asked if O’Neal’s situation...
Forward JJ Hickson gets buyout from Kings, source tells Yahoo!— Marc J. Spears (@SpearsNBAYahoo) March 19, 2012
Hickson and the Celtics have been linked before so don't be surprised if Boston signs him to add some depth to their front court. However, he has missed games with some back spasms with no certain timetable for a return.
Thanks to JayCeltic9 in the shoutbox for the find.
The NBA lockout occasionally leaves its imprint on an otherwise nondescript meeting between two middling Eastern Conference playoff teams, and tonight the lockout gods (or demons, rather) pushed dozens of shots wide right, or left, or short, or long.Even the game’s most exciting highlight, Jeff Teague’s tomahawk dunk on Ray Allen’s dome, resulted in a mistake. He screamed...
Boston Celtics center Jermaine O'Neal will undergo season-ending surgery on his left wrist.
O'Neal has missed 13 games with a sprained wrist this season. No date has been set for the procedure.
O'Neal, 33, was averaging 5.0 points and 5.4 rebounds in 25 games in his 16th NBA season.
O'Neal was the 17th overall pick of Portland in the 1996 draft, making the leap from high school.
ATLANTA (AP) -- Ray Allen hit two 3-pointers in Boston's 13-0 run in the fourth quarter and protected the lead with two free throws in the final seconds as the Boston Celtics held on to beat the Atlanta Hawks 79-76 on Monday night.
The Celtics led 73-58 at the end of the run. Joe Johnson, who had 25 points, had three late 3-pointers as the Hawks rallied. Johnson's 3 with...
The trade deadline has passed, but another big transaction deadline is coming up this week. That's the deadline to sign players and have them be eligible to make a postseason roster. The Spurs have reportedly found their back up point guard, but still have room for at least one more player (two if they don't sign Eric Dawson for the rest of the season). In the last...