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Jessica Camerato has an incredible article on Keyon Dooling over on CSNNE.com. In the article, he discusses very candidly why he left the game, his teammates on the Celtics, and his plans for after basketball.
Keyon's decision to retire wasn't as sudden as it seemed to fans and has been something he has been considering for some time. In the article, he is very candid about his reasons for leaving the game. Over his 12 year career, he has been a confident, a leader and a friend to many players in the league both as a teammate and as the vice president of the Players Association. He has taken on everyone's problems and been a shoulder to lean on for everyone else but has kept his own feelings and problems deep inside.
After re-signing with the Celtics, even though he loves his teammates and the organization, and he feels that they have a good chance to win it all, he realized that he just doesn't want to play any more. As he came to that realization, ye...
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On today’s All
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man pool featuring the recently acquired Darko Milicic and Jason Collins and
the returning Chris Wilcox.
Of the three, Milicic may be the most maligned for having
been famously (or notoriously) drafted second overall by Detroit in 2003 behind LeBron
James and ahead...
BOSTON, Ma — Last year the Celtics outdid just about everyone’s expectations by coming within minutes of the NBA Finals. But after what is widely considered to have been a fairly successful off season, most fans and media folk alike believe Boston should end up right back in the same spot this year; battling [...]
First things first, no one should really care too much what ESPN thinks. Secondly, our players tend to play better with a chip on their shoulders. Rajon Rondo was the highest ranking Celtic again this year in ESPN's Player Rankings. Last year he came in at #17 overall and this year he's up to #12. Being considered the 12th best player in the NBA is nothing to sneeze at, but...
HAVERHILL, Mass. – Today the Boston Celtics moved one step closer to the start of the 2012-2013 NBA season as they unofficially kicked it off with their annual Media Day in Waltham. It was a chance for the old guard to hold court and a chance for the newbies to get a feel for what [...]
Avery Bradley discusses his shoulder rehab.
Courtney Lee discusses his role on the Celtics.
Kris Joseph is excited to be a Celtic and is ready for the competition.
Videos courtesy of Mike Petraglia.
Boston Celtics forward Jeff Green is excited to be back on the court after having surgery for an aortic aneurysm last December.
After being away from the game of basketball for a year, there is nobody who anticipates the commencement of the 2012-’13 NBA season more than Boston Celtics forward, Jeff Green.
When the NBA lockout ended and teams began practicing in December, Green...
Rajon Rondo is entering his seventh season in the NBA, and there's no question that he's matured over the years. That credit goes to Kevin Garnett. The All-Stars have grown very close since Rondo was drafted back in 2006, and that has really benefited Rondo. Check out the video above to hear Rondo talk about his relationship with Garnett and how he's made him a better player.
COLUMBIA, Md. — Go. The shortest sentence in the English language and one of the the themes during the Boston Celtics’ Media Day this afternoon. “Whoever gets it can pretty much go,” Jason Terry told Molly McGrath, Marc D’Amico and Celtics fans who tuned in to a live feed of interviews with players, coaches, and [...]
Paul Pierce knows that the 2012-13 Celtics are capable of playing for the Larry O'Brien Trophy. President of basketball operations Danny Ainge brought in several new players to Boston during the offseason, most notably 35-year-old veteran Jason Terry. Terry will complement a mixture of All-Stars and young legs that could propel the Celtics through the playoffs. Check out the...
If you think that just because Kevin Garnett continues to age, that he won't be giving every game his all, think again. Garnett, 36, is entering his 18th season of professional basketball and his sixth as a member of the Celtics. Last season, Garnett started in 60 games while averaging 15.8 points and 8.2 rebounds in 31.1 minutes per game. Check out Garnett talking about his...
Jason Terry is the latest NBA player to be introduced to the MYSTIQUE and HONOR of being a member of the Boston Celtics.
Bawston ain’t Dallas that’s for sure.
Jason took to the streets to pick up the Beantown LINGO and meet fans. Terry’s effort to be one with community is refreshing and leaving some SPEECHLESS.
Jason welcome to Boston and we are WICKED excited to have ya...
Jason Terry has no intention of trying to replace Ray Allen. When asked about the inevitable comparisons between him and the former Celtics shooting guard, Terry responded ”Who?”“No, we’re two different players and hopefully, I’ll bring something that Ray didn’t and some of the things that he did. Obviously, Ray was a great player for this franchise for years, brought...
CSNNE's A. Sherrod Blakely sat down with Boston's owners Wyc Grousbeck and Steve Pagliuca to discuss their 10 years of owning the team dating back to when they named their investment group "Banner 17, LLC.""We're going to win Banner 17 or I'm going to die trying," Grousbeck recalled saying. "That basically sums it up."
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Paul Pierce would have considered retiring had Kevin Garnett decided to retire.
When Ray Allen left the Celtics, there was some mixed feelings on how well Ray Allen got along with Kevin Garnett. When Ray, KG, and Pierce were brought together in 2007, the relationship between the three seemed like it was almost a perfect balance of professionalism, passion, dedication and talent.
Today is the first day of media day and four teams are taking...