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The Spurs Gary Neal and the Celtics Doc Rivers, Paul Pierce, Kevin Garnett and Jason Terry talk after Saturday night's game.
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“I’ve got to do a better job of preparing the team,” Rivers told reporters in Houston. “I’ve got to do a better job of playing the right guys, because everybody shouldn’t play every night, the way we’re...
Avery Bradley will practice today #celticsabout 3 hours ago via Twitter for BlackBerry®ReplyRetweetFavorite@GwashNBAGlobegary washburnAt the very least, this certainly makes the ****** loss to the Spurs seem considerably less important.
You hear about how team leaders do everything for their teams? Well, the Celtics' leader is scoring, passing, rebounding, defending... and now... it looks as if he's even driving his teammates to and from work.
Or so it seems.
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Celtics drop the 2nd game of their current road trip last night, falling 103-88 to the Spurs. Celts have a couple of days off before facing the Bulls in Chicago on Tuesday night.
Check out some photos & GIFs from last night’s game via HoopChina/Sina:
The matchup for tonight's game between the San Antonio Spurs and Boston Celtics is between Tony Parker and Rajon Rondo.
In the first game between the two games, Parker got the better of Rondo individually. Parker shot 75% in the paint area (9-12) and 67% from mid range compared to Rondo's 55% from the paint (5-9) and 50% from mid range (3-6).
With both men using their...
Everyone has their opinions on Kevin Garnett whether you are with or against him. A lot of people say he is a fake tough guy and a phony. I will tell you one thing from my view is that Kevin Garnett is a serious person. He means what he says and says what he means. This small moment in sports during a time like today is proof of many things - Kevin's (both) emotions,...
The San Antonio Spurs are limping along early in the regular season with Kawhi Leonard, Stephen Jackson and Manu Ginobili suffering various injuries. Ginobili suffered a left thigh contusion in last night's win over Boston and is questionable for the upcoming game versus the Thunder. But the team might be seeing Jackson back on the court.
According to Jackson, he is targeting...
Listen from your mobile device Call in: 347-215-7771 | Listen Live | Join CelticsBlog chat The CLNS Radio Boston Celtics Post Game series continues their season-long initiative to cover every single Boston Celtics game. Tonight, the Celtics square off against the The San Antonio Spurs. Your hosts will be Chris McCarthy, Mike Munger and Calvin [...]
Gary Neal is known strictly as a spot up shooter and now he's trying to change that. With the San Antonio Spurs facing injuries left and right, they need their players to be as versatile as they can to make up for others' contributions.
Apparently, Neal has been working on a floater once he's been forced off the three-point line.
"That's a shot that you...
COLUMBIA, Md. — Days after returning to the sidelines, Kevin McHale got a lift from the player he drafted in Minnesota and forward who brought championship basketball back to Boston. The Celtics legend spent nearly a month away from the Rockets’ bench following the death of his daughter. On a night when the scoreboard seemed [...]
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Tonight the Spurs and Celtics will clash in San Antonio and Celtics blogger John Karalis of Red's Army weighs in on the matchup. In a nutshell, John is expecting the Celtics to shock the Spurs tonight and escape San Antonio with the win. Here is what he had to say on tonight's Spurs-Celtics game.
So the Celtics have played a double overtime game where Paul Pierce...
Jeff Green is one of the bright younger pieces of an aging Boston Celtics team. He showed that last night with this high flying dunk on Houston Rockets player Carlos Delfino in the second quarter of their game. Green would go on to drop 9 points in their 101-89 loss to the Rockets. Check out the monster throw down in the video below.
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Tony Parker doesn't believe the Spurs and Thunder are rivals just yet.
The San Antonio Spurs (18-6) will look to erase a two-game losing streak tonight as they host the Boston Celtics (12-10) tonight in San Antonio.
The Celtics lost to the Spurs 112-100 in Boston back in November. The Spurs to shoot 58.3% and had three players finish with 20 or more points led by Tony Parker with 26, Tim Duncan with 20, and Tiago Splitter with 23. The Celtics were...