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A sad day for Boston and sports fans everywhere. A number of Celtics (and recent Celtics) who own twitter accounts voiced their support for the victims today. Here's hoping none of our readers were effected by this tragedy.
I'm very very sad, I still can't believe about what happen in the Boston Marathon #prayforboston
— Leandro Barbosa (@TheBlur_Barbosa) April 15, 2013
Saddened by the news of the explosions at the @bostonmarathon. Praying for everyone impacted by this tragedy.
— Chris Wilcox (@ChrisWilcox44) April 15, 2013
Damn!! What's going on in Boston?? Hope ppl are safe
— Courtney Lee (@CourtneyLee2211) April 15, 2013
Sending prayers out for Boston
— Rajon Rondo (@RajonRondo) April 15, 2013
— Rajon Rondo (@RajonRondo) April 15, 2013
The Celtics family sends its thoughts and prayers to the friends and families affected by today's tragedy in Boston. Stay safe.
— Boston Celtics (@celtics) April 15, 2013
Just landed in Boston, very ...
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If it's worth anything: Kevin Garnett is standing as still as a statue in the middle of the practice floor, staring up at the banners.
— Greg Payne (@GregPayne_ESPN) April 16, 2013
The Celtics official twitter account relayed some comments from Celtics president Rich Gotham on the cancellation of tonight's game. In light of the events of yesterday, I think everyone can...
Before we get to the upcoming playoff series with the Knicks, let’s address the roster situation for the final two regular season games – Tuesday vs Indiana and Wednesday at Toronto. According to ESPN Boston’s Chris Forsberg:
* PIERCE (ILLNESS) SITS OUT: Celtics captain Paul Pierce is battling a stomach bug and was told to stay home from practice on Monday. He’s still expected...
With the playoffs quickly approaching and the Celtics seeding set in stone, there really is no reason to play their key guys other than get a rhythm going heading into the playoffs. That especially goes for the veterans.
The 35-year old Jason Terry for one missed the last game against Orlando. Apparently he could miss more than that with some "bothersome" legs.
An expected, but classy gesture. Win this one for Boston.
Celtics president Rich Gotham said they're working on commemorative patches. Would wear them Wednesday & in playoffs.
— Baxter Holmes (@BaxterHolmes) April 16, 2013
I expect all of the Boston teams to give gutsy, emotional performances when the playoffs kick off. And for this kind of tragedy to happen to a city...
Brandon and Nick are very excited to give you an extended Playoff Preview Show tonight with Mr. Sean Grande. Grande is the play-by-play voice of the Boston Celtics. He has been featured on NBATV, the NBA on TNT, his home is WEEI Radio - the radio home of the Boston Celtics. Grande, Gelso and B-Paul will be giving you a playoff preview of the Boston Celtics. We will be taking your...
In light of the tragedy that occurred at the Boston Marathon today, the game scheduled to take place tomorrow night in Boston between the Celtics and Pacers has been cancelled.
RT @nbapr The April 16 game between the Pacers and Celtics at TD Garden has been canceled. The game will not be rescheduled.
— Boston Celtics (@celtics) April 16, 2013
I'm not sure anyone would be...
Celtics 120, Magic 88
The Celtics clinched the 7th seed in the East as Kevin Garnett and Paul Pierce returned to action for a tune-up against the Magic. The C’s are now guaranteed to take on the New York Knicks in the first round of the Playoffs.
Jason Terry may have been correct when he quipped that the Magic were “terrible” on Friday night, and insinuated...
At least JET's trash talk didn't come back to bite him in this game. The terrible Magic lived up to their reputation. I'm with Orlando fans on this one, though. I really wish he's just be quiet. We don't need to give teams any added motivation. They all hate the Celtics enough already as it is. It sure was good to get a convincing victory for once...
Yesterday, the unspeakable happened in Massachusetts when two explosives went off near the finish line of the Boston Marathon. Whenever tragedy strikes, it impacts everyone and everything around it and helps in keeping thing in perspective. The Boston Celtics were […]
Boston Celtics forward Paul Pierce, still hasn’t let go of the feelings of betrayal he felt was exhibited by former teammate and Miami Heat guard Ray Allen, when he took his beautiful jump shot to South Beach last summer.
According to a story via HoopsWorld, Pierce and Allen have yet to have a conversation, with the Celtics forward conceding that his feelings were hurt.
Celtics beat-up on the Orlando Magic last night, 120-88. C’s are now resting up for “Fan Appreciation Night” at TD Garden on Tuesday. Tip-off for the final home game of the regular season is at 8pm EST. Boston wil play the Pacers, and no word yet on who Doc will play/rest.
Check out some pics & GIFs from last night’s win via HoopChina..
Boston is a city almost without borders. People within 50 miles of the concrete monster we know as city hall can stake a rightful claim to being from Boston or “the Boston area.” And people from all over the world who root for our teams can feel a very special connection to the city.
Yet Boston is very small when compared to some of the other major cities in the world. New...
Boston Celtics: Should They Trade Rajon Rondo?
Do the Boston Celtics trade Rajon Rondo, or do they keep him? This has been the question that has been discussed among Boston fans since the end of January. Rondo has been with the Celtics since he was traded after being selected 21st overall in 2006 by the Phoenix Suns. Celtics coach, Doc Rivers has always liked Rondo’s hustle and...
Courtney Lee scored 20 points and Jeff Green added 17 as the Boston Celtics cruised to a 120-88 victory over the Orlando Magic on Saturday night.
The win locked up the seventh seed in the Eastern Conference for Boston, which never trailed in beating Orlando for the eighth straight time.
All five Celtics starters reached double figures, with Kevin Garnett and Paul Pierce scoring...
A handful of national recruiting analysts have called D’Angelo Russell the best prospect to come out of the city of Louisville since NBA All Star Rajon Rondo. The 6-foot-4 180-pound combo guard just recently finished his junior season at Montverde Academy in Florida, one of the top prep schools in the country. Russell started his high school career at Louisville Central, but transferred...