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The last time Rajon Rondo was on an NBA court, he was leading the league in assists and on his way to a fourth straight All-Star game selection. Eleven months later, Jordan Crawford is having a career season by just about every measure and may have rescued his NBA career.
And across the Internet, rumors abound that the Celtics are willing to trade both players for virtually nothing.
It should go without saying just how absurd some of the scenarios that have been floated are. Unfortunately, it can’t. Welcome to trade season, when anything goes as long as it fits into the ESPN Trade Machine — and, oftentimes, even when it doesn’t.
As of Dec. 15, teams have been allowed to trade players acquired via free agency last summer. There was no movement on that front over the weekend, but there was plenty of talk, and the Celtics were not immune. Several reports popped up about the Miami Heat, in search of backcourt help, being interested in Crawford. Then came Tuesday’s report about the Celti...
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Since the last time I wrote about the Boston Celtics, they have managed to win three of five games, including an epic blowout of the New York Knicks in Madison Square Garden. Some players have cooled off, while others have pick up their game, one thing has remained the same, and thats the positive direction in which this team is headed.
Head coach Brad Stevens is still getting...
Your browser does not support iframes. Gary, Gary, Gary. While roundly rejected from everyone within the Celtics organization and his CSNNE colleagues, Gary Tanguay is backing his former colleague Donny Marshall on the potential deal that would send Rajon Rondo to Sacramento. Tanguay lists "he's going to be a headache" as reasons to move Rondo, is positive that...
The Boston Celtics have been without guard Rajon Rondo the entire season, which is one reason they are struggling to an 11-14 record so far this season. Fortunately they play in a very weak Atlantic Division, so their record is good enough for first place. Rondo has been cleared for practice but is still weeks away from being ready to play following ACL surgery. With Rondo out...
The kings are officially in pursuit of injured Celtics star Rajon Rondo. They are reportedly contracting a plan that may send Rondo to the Capital of The Golden State. Onchie Ebriega of The Latino Post has the details, “In a rumored blockbuster deal, the Sacramento Kings are reportedly trying to put together an enticing trade package for Boston […]The post Kings Preparing...
Rajon Rondo believes he has 1o years of good basketball still ahead of him, but the Boston Celtics’ star is already preparing himself to coach after he’s done playing.
According to the Boston Globe, Rondo who credits watching Doc Rivers for a lot of his enthusiam, definitely plans to be a NBA head coach at some point.
“I have a long way to go,” Rondo said. “And obviously...
Rajon Rondo is currently preparing his comeback from an ACL injury that cost him much of last season, and all of this current season thus far. Rondo is typically considered a top five point-guard in the world, and his loss has been a crucial one for the Boston Celtics, and true NBA fans, alike.
But don’t think Rondo isn’t learning a thing or two while he awaits the strength to...
The Sacramento Kings aren’t done making big moves just yet. First, the Kings went out and hauled in big man Derrick Williams in a trade with the Minnesota Timberwolves. Just about a week ago, they managed to haul in star small forward Rudy Gay in a multi-player deal with the Toronto Raptors. As if they […]The post REPORT: Kings In Trade Talks With Boston Regarding Rajon...
The Celtics are reportedly talking about a multi-player deal with the Sacramento Kings where Rajon Rondo is the centerpiece, as reported by Donny Marshall of the NBC Sports Network and Comcast Sportsnet New England.
There are not a lot of details here, but you can bet a mix of players and picks would return to Boston in this deal. Boston also has rumored to have had discussions...
BOSTON – The man who calls all the shots in the Boston Celtics' offense will make the call on his return date. Rajon Rondo, who has been cleared for full contact, will decide when he is ready to return according to coach Brad Stevens. “I don’t see how it could be anything else,” Stevens said Monday before the Celtics host the Minnesota Timberwolves in one of their few...
BOSTON — With Rajon Rondo returning to practice last weekend, Celtics fans are eager to count down the days until his return.
The Celtics are not putting any deadline for his comeback into place, however, and haven’t been specific on an estimated return date other than to say it won’t be until after Jan. 1. Whenever Rondo does play in games again will be entirely his call,...
Boston Celtics president of basketball operations Danny Ainge admitted Thursday morning that the front office staff is having discussions with teams about what is available. The Celtics have offered forward Brandon Bass, guard Courtney Lee and a future first-round draft pick in exchange for big man Omer Asik, but the Houston Rockets have reportedly suspended trade talks for Asik...
According to NBCSN basketball analyst Donny Marshall, the Boston Celtics have a major deal in the works to trade point guard Rajon Rondo to the Sacramento Kings. Marshall joined Yahoo’s Sports Dash on Tuesday and said that Rondo is “likely a goner.” Rondo, 27, was just cleared for full-contact practice for the first time this season after undergoing surgery last February...
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At times this season, the Boston Green Machine has been like a car that is about to run out of gas. They have stumbled, sputtered, and seemed to be on the verge of choking out.
The Celtics started this season with a new coach, a relatively new lineup, and a major component to their team’s (chances) marooned on the sidelines. Very few people, outside Danny...
This afternoon, Sam Amick via USA Today reported that despite rumors of a deal that would send Isiah Thomas, Ben McLemore, Marcus Thornton, Jason Thompson and picks to the Celtics in a deal for Rondo, both teams confirmed to Amick that the Celtics and Kings have not held any conversations about sending the the All-Star point guard to California. Two hours later, Donny Marshall...
Detroit Pistons 107, Boston Celtics 106. They play all 48 minutes for a reason. After the Boston Celtics built a 19-point lead in the first quarter, many would argue that, given Detroit’s level of play, the game could get out of hand rather quickly. The exact opposite happened. The Pistons got back into the game, took their first lead midway through the third quarter, then escaped...