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San Antonio Spurs
Oklahoma City Thunder
Herald Ray Allen prepared to give it a shot
Cavaliers lose to Spurs by 35
Bulls’ players eager for full roster to come together for playoffs
Celtic practice notes
Globe Allen might not start
Ray Allen plans to play; Rivers says he would start
Miami clinches playoffs
Forwarding four April thoughts on Celtics, Sox, Bruins and Patriots
Ex-Celtic Don Nelson gets rightful place in Hall of Fame
Celtics Life Paul Pierce has nothing to say about Kentucky
Ray Allen back at practice, will start tomorrow
Video: Paul Pierce goes one-on-one with Ahmad Rashad
Doc reconsidering who to start at shooting guard tonight
CelticsBlog Garnett Shutting Down Top Competition
Celtics' Only True Center Staying Agressive: "The Steamboat"
Kevin Garnett Takes Ryan Hollins To School
Ray vs. Bradley: Who Should Start?
A Brief Look Around The NBA
Now Doc Says Ray Allen Could Come Off Bench After All
Stop Me When You've Heard This Before: Rough Schedule Ahead
ESPN After cort...
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Um, we need 5 out there, so am I starting or not?
Ray Allen could return to the starting lineup against San Antonio Wednesday night. However, the Celtics have compiled a five-game winning streak while Allen recovers from an ankle injury, and coach Doc Rivers said the coaching staff has considered bringing Allen off the bench.
“We think about stuff like that all...
I eluded to this is my preview of tonight’s game, but late this afternoon it was up in the air again. Now A. Sherrod Blakely of CSNNE.com is reporting that Ray will in fact play against San Antonio tonight. It has been speculated that when Allen did return, it may not be to the starting [...]
Forget for a second the team vision it took for Ray Allen to meet with Doc Rivers and tell his coach he’s alright with coming off the bench behind a 21-year old with a 9.72 PER. Forget that he said the following about his attitude toward becoming a reserve for the first time of his career: (Boston Herald)“Well, people were talking about it,” he said after the Celtics’ 93...
WALTHAM, Mass. -- The Celtics' first practice in a month came at an opportune time for Ray Allen, who was able to test his sore right ankle before his imminent return to game action. Allen fully participated in Tuesday's practice at the Celtics training facility, and the team declared him ready to play for Wednesday's game against the San Antonio Spurs barring any flare...
BOSTON -- Doc Rivers has seen too much of Ray Allen in the last five years to be very impressed or surprised when the veteran sharpshooter drills yet another clutch shot. Allen has hit both daggers and prayers in the playoffs, in All-Star games and in the NBA Finals. Seeing Allen sprint along the baseline for one of his vintage corner 3-pointers to pull the Celtics within one point...
Starting Avery Bradley ahead of Ray Allen once seemed outrageous, then it began to look like an intelligent decision, then Doc Rivers said it might happen, then Rivers squashed all chances of it happening, and now Rivers has said it might actually happen, with Ray Allen saying he’d be alright with the change. If you feel like you’ve just gone 12 rounds with a dizzy bat, find...
Entering Friday night’s game against the Minnesota Timberwolves… the Celtics were riding high upon a three-game winning streak! The result: a resounding 100-79 victory and occupancy of First Place in the Atlantic Division. Even though Ray Allen was out and has missed the last five games, the Celtics ended the month with a steadfast march toward and into First Place!
BOSTON -- Ray Allen felt no discomfort when he wiggled his toes and tested his ankle this morning, and that was enough for Celtics coach Doc Rivers to insert the veteran guard back into the starting lineup. Allen will start for the Celtics in Wednesday's game against the Spurs, a move that is mostly cosmetic. Avery Bradley, who played well in Allen's absence, is still expected...
The Boston Celtics will have Ray Allen back in the lineup tonight as they welcome Tim Duncan and the San Antonio Spurs to the TD Garden. The Celtics will be going for their 6th straight win as the Spurs will try to go for 9 straight. In fact, the Spurs only lost 3 games in March. [...]
Ray Allen could return from injury on Wednesday and his new role could be coming off the bench.
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"I had to use two timeouts in the first half to remind us that we actually had an NBA game to play and that we needed to play," a ruffled Rivers told reporters in Chicago. "I thought that was...
After building an increasingly impressive winning streak entirely without Ray Allen, the Boston Celtics could gain even more momentum with the veteran sharpshooter back in the lineup.
Then again, the San Antonio Spurs are riding an even bigger surge.
The visiting Spurs will be looking for a ninth straight win Wednesday night in their only meeting of the season with the Celtics...
So much Rondo hate from the Bulls. But they sure love Ray Allen. I want him back in Boston even if it's so he doesn't go to the Bulls. What a snarky bunch of fans. And Joakim Noah is one of my least favorite players. He tries against the Celtics because he hates KG and then gives half effort other times? They can keep him. Oh, he's ugly to boot. The Celtics...
The education of Avery Bradley has moved beyond general studies portion and into the advanced theories section. It began with suffocating defense, the same way a scrawny 14-year-old at the end of the junior varsity bench would try to earn more playing time. It became something more than a novelty act when Bradley started cutting to the rim and scoring in bunches. In the past two...
It wasn’t too long ago that it looked like the Boston Celtics were going to be blown up. Rajon Rondo was shopped for the better part of the season. Ray Allen was available for the right combination of picks and young players. There were even rumors that Paul Pierce was available, again, for the right price. I don’t think anyone would have been really surprised if Danny Ainge...