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A. Sherrod Blakely, CSNNE:“Somebody will win it,” Rivers said of the backup job behind Allen. “And we’re going to let them. We’re honest with guys. There’s a spot there, and all of you aren’t going to play it. So it’s been a competitive camp because of that.”Of all the new faces, Moore has arguably been the biggest surprise thus far.A late second-round pick in last June’s NBA draft by the Celtics, Moore has been among the more consistent performers for the C’s thus far in training camp.That confidence and poise is in part because he spent four years in college.“I was basically taking what they were giving us,” Moore said. “Just having confidence can lead you a long way. And I had confidence to knock down shots when I was open.”Steve Bulpett, Boston Herald:“I know everybody is going to be working hard for that position,” [Avery] Bradley said of the backup job. “I’m going to be coming in and work hard and do everything Doc (Rivers) tells me to do. Whoever gets the posit
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We're all still waiting for official word on Jeff Green, but you don't wait this long in silence and secrecy for something that's no big deal. And according to the Herald's Steve Bulpett, this is pretty serious.
Green has been held out of practices since problems showed up on his physical last week. The 25-year-old has said the trouble was detected during a...
Boston has a desperate need for size. Przybilla, who would be another recently-injured Celtic, fits that need. He also scowls a lot, throws occasional elbows, and could probably pass for Kendrick Perkins if you were entirely color blind and just saw a hulking figure defending Boston’s basket. But the big fella isn’t sure whether he’ll even play this season, with reports saying...
Forward Jeff Green had successful surgery Monday at the Cleveland Clinic to repair an aeortic aneurysm, discovered by the Celtics medical staff during a routine entrance physical in December.
Coach Doc Rivers received the news following practice on Monday from team president Danny Ainge.
''Surgery went well,'' Rivers said. ''They're saying it went great...
Last night I used my Beantown Banter /LucidSportsFan media credentials to get an inside glimpse at a Celtics practice. Ok, not really, it’s something they give to season ticket holders every year. Except this year it wasn’t a practice at all. It was basically a preseason game that was only two quarters long, and they played against themselves. Someone sang the national...
Our thoughts and prayers go out to Jeff Green and his family as it has been reported the early detection of his condition may have very well saved his life. The loss of Green for the season is a blow the Celtics could not have prepared for especially in this fashion.
While they may not have been prepared, there is no choice but to adjust and attempt to amend the situation.
Game Recap | Comments From The Other Side | Tommy and Mike after the jump. Box Score as well.
Boston Celtics forward Jeff Green will miss the entire 2011-12
season after doctors discovered an aortic aneurysm that requires
The Boston Celtics announced Saturday that forward Jeff Green will undergo surgery next month and will miss the entire season.
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Marquis Daniels and Sasha Pavlovic will see plenty of playing time with Jeff Green sidelined for the season with a heart condition.