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Familiar faces Greg Dickerson, Gary Tanguay, and Donny Marshall will no longer be a part of Comcast SportsNet New England's Boston Celtics television coverage this upcoming season (although Tanguay and Dickerson will both continue on with CSNNE). Dickerson's sideline reporter role will now go to Abby Chin (above), who's been with the newtwork since last December (I expect this will do wonders for Ms. Chin's @tvabby twitter account). Kyle Draper will take over the position of pre/post-game show host previously held by Tanguay. Meanwhile Marshall's chair opposite Tanguay will be filled by a variety of rotating guests, including Sports Illustrated's Chris Mannix, one time Providence Friars Head Coach Tim Welsh, former Celtic great Dave Cowens, and Tommy Heinsohn (who no longer travels) for home games.
But the most intriguing news of all is who will be filling in for Heinsohn alongside Mike Gorman on the road. Last year Brian Scalabrine often provided the co...
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There were plenty of highlights in Waltham from Boston Celtic's media day on Monday, but the most burning question had to be when Rajon Rondo would return to the court. Rondo has been out since January with an ACL tear, an injury that has proven tough to work back from in any sport. In the case of Derrick Rose, a torn ACL took away his 2012 post season as well as his 2012-13...
Boston Celtics forward Brandon Bass jumped into the Boston Sports Club swimming pool in Waltham on Friday with 10 children from the Boys & Girls Club of Boston to learn how to swim. “My son’s the first one in the
Team Name: Boston Celtics
Last Year's Record: 41-40, No. 3 in
Atlantic Division, No. 7 in Eastern Conference
Key Losses: Paul Pierce,
Kevin Garnett, Jason Terr, Doc Rivers
Other Losses: Shavlik Randolph, DJ White, Terrence Williams, Chris
Wilcox, Fab Melo
Key Additions: Kelly Olynyk, Vitor Faverani, Kris
Humphries, Gerald Wallace, Keith Bogans...
Boston Celtics point guard Rajon Rondo won't be back in time for the start of the regular season.
Rondo says he doesn't know how long it will take for him to recover from tearing a ligament in his right knee in January. He has been working on his shooting and his ball-handling, but he doesn't take part in practice where there is any contact.
Rondo is the only remaining...
Rajon Rondo says he’ll be back sometime during the winter
Rajon Rondo did his best impression of Derrick Rose during media day when asked when he’ll be back. Rondo, who tore his ACL last January against the Atlanta Hawks, told reporters that he’ll return to the court when he’s mentally ready. The good news for the Boston Celtics is that Rondo expects to be back sometime...
Celtics first day of training camp wrapping up. #celticstalk http://t.co/3rhhSyIWxB— A. Sherrod Blakely (@SherrodbCSN) October 1, 2013
2013-14 season is upon us.
Rondo went through a non-contact, morning walkthrough on day one of camp. Rondo is at a disadvantage of sorts. He won't be able to start this era off with a bang. He'll have to develop his new role as sole team leader on the sideline leading by his voice, and with whatever else he can do that doesn't compromise his rehab. He hasn't been given the title as team captain...
WALTHAM, Mass. — Rajon Rondo sought out advice from all over the sports landscape both before and after his ACL surgery in February. Patriots receiver Wes Welker and former teammates Kendrick Perkins and Tony Allen all got calls from the Celtics point guard, who came away with a couple of impressions. One, there is no way to tell, from one case to the next, how an individual will...
Seventeen championship banners do not engender the same respect they used to.
Recently departed Celtics coach Doc Rivers, who already disappointed Boston fans this offseason by leaving to coach the Los Angeles Clippers, twisted the knife a bit in an interview from his new home in California. While acknowledging that his nine seasons in Boston were the best in his basketball life...
via Gethin Coolbaugh/BostonSportsToday.net BOSTON -- The Boston Celtics were one of twenty-two NBA franchises to hold their annual Media Day on Monday afternoon and, as to be expected, there were a number of new faces floating around the team's Waltham-based facilities. With a retooled roster and a new head coach in place, today's festivities gave us a better...
Chris Paul might be the best point guard in the NBA, but to Doc Rivers he’s simply a talented guy without a ring.
Fresh off of coaching Rajon Rondo, Rivers is not foreign to dealing with different personalities and that experience dealing with Rondo, along with a winning pedigree allowed Rivers to lay the law down to Paul during their first meeting.
According to Marc Spears of...
It was great to have Celtics back in the forefront yesterday and to see all the players back in Waltham. That means one thing. Basketball is close!! I watched the live stream from Comcast and watched the interviews with the players that have been posted. There were two words that I heard over and over from everyone: excited and versatility. Every player was excited for the...
Herald Paul Pierce, Kevin Garnett get used to being NetsGerald Wallace arrives, ready to contribute Five issues facing the Celtics Jeff Green has new roleReputation aside, Rajon Rondo finds a friend in Brad Stevens Globe Jared Sullinger 'not close' to game action Rajon Rondo says he and Brad Stevens 'have become best friends' Can the rebuilding Celtics capture...
High flying slam dunks, gorgeous crossovers, a beautifully executed give and go - basketball is an art form. So, with that in mind, The Hoops Manifesto is putting an artistic twist on your run of the mill NBA team previews: our previews for all 30 NBA teams will take the form of a haiku. Next up: Boston Celtics.
Celtics guard Rajon Rondo was asked how he felt when Paul Pierce and Kevin Garnett were traded.
Rajon Rondo on how he felt after Garnett and Pierce were traded: "It wasn’t difficult at all, I didn't feel anything…" Ouch.
— NBA Legion (@MySportsLegion) October 1, 2013
Well, there you have it. Rondo gave not one…well you know the rest is.