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The Boston Celtics signed Brad Stevens to a six year, $22 million contract, sources told Yahoo! Sports.
— Adrian Wojnarowski (@WojYahooNBA) July 4, 2013
Lots of money there. Still almost a 50% savings from Doc Rivers.
BEST OF MAXIM
It’s been a little over a week since Doc Rivers forced his way out of Boston.
Scouring the internet, it isn’t hard to find fans and media alike singing the praises of Doc. Many claim his time was up and that he had every right to move on. Some even see him as the savior of a storied franchise that had been tarnished and dragged through the mud for over two decades.
Yet another surprise in an eventful NBA off season.
If you haven’t heard, the Clippers pulled off a three-team trade with the Suns and Bucks that netted them J.J. Redick and Jared Dudley. Most analysts view this as a great deal for the Clippers.
It appears Doc Rivers was instrumental in luring Redick to Los Angeles.
Oh Doc, you’re one sexy beast.
I hope J.J. left a tip on the nightstand.
The Boston Celtics announced on Wednesday that they have hired Brad Stevens as their new head coach, replacing Doc Rivers. The Celtics operated in completely stealth manner; there were no reports about them pursuing any candidates much less nearing a hire. “Brad and I share a lot of the same values,” said Celtics President of [...]
Doc Rivers knows what it’s like to be an NBA point guard. Perhaps that is why he is so patient with them, which is a good thing. Patience is a virtue Rivers will need with the Clippers.
In one of the overlooked aspects of the coach’s move west, Rivers traded one mercurial point guard, Rajon Rondo, for another, Chris Paul. Rivers went to great lengths to convince people that his...
On the day he was officially hired as the Clippers' new head coach, Doc Rivers insisted he was content with the team he inherited. But he also knew it was subject to change.
The Clippers had needs, and Tuesday they appeared to solve two of them.
They had to deal away their most valuable trade chip in dynamic point guard Eric Bledsoe, but that's the cost of doing business...
The Los Angeles Clippers and Dallas Mavericks are discussing a deal involving Eric Bledsoe for O.J. Mayo.
Mayo is a free agent and would have to come to the Clippers in a sign-and-trade.
The Clippers are searching for the best trade possible of Bledsoe as he's their most valuable asset.
Mayo is meeting with Doc Rivers for lunch on Tuesday.
The Toronto Raptors, Milwaukee Bucks...
Bill Simmons has had the Midas touch during his ESPN tenure but his standoff with Doc Rivers showed a potential unintended consequence that may plague ESPN long after his departure.