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Greg Oden, the No. 1 pick in 2007 who hasn’t played in an NBA game since 2009 due to a litany of knee injuries, is aiming for a comeback. Part of Oden’s plan is to sign with a team in the next month and get into a training and conditioning program with an eye toward returning to the floor next season. The Celtics are among the teams monitoring Oden’s progress, and sources tell CBSSports.com’s Jeff Goodman that the Spurs and Cavaliers have expressed interest, too.
“We’re monitoring Greg, like all the NBA teams are, but we have not attempted to sign him. But we are monitoring him and having [conversations] with his people just to see where he’s at.”
“I don’t think [he'd be able to play this year]” Ainge said. “I don’t know any of that for sure, but I would suspect that anybody that would sign him would
BEST OF MAXIM
Here are highlights from Rondo's performance during the game yesterday against the Chicago Bulls. Rondo dropped 30 points on 12-21 shooting, along with making 6-9 free throws. His efforts were unfortunately put to waste when the team lost in OT, 100-99. This was Rondo's season-high.
Video Courtesy of OfficialCeltics
How impressive was Rondo's game yesterday...
Solid new Rajon Rondo mix sent to us by Tia Compenser. I can't stand Cee Lo personally, but that might just be me. This mix is very goo though.
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Take note - You should NOT look down if you ever shake Rajon Rondo's hand.
John Anderson had to learn this lesson the hard way. Rondo's hands will consume you and make you feel like less of a man.
While we enjoy ridiculing ESPN here on a regular basis (who doesn't?), we have to admit that their "This is SportsCenter" commercials are a constant source...
Rajon Rondo and Doc Rivers talk to the media following the Celtics overtime loss to the Bulls on Firday night.
Videos courtesy of Mike Petraglia and Chris Forsberg.
Rajon Rondo talks about his first ever All-Star start and Molly previews tonights Celtics/Bulls game.
Rajon Rondo and Kevin garnett were both on pace to start the All-Star game with LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and Carmelo Anthony. Rondo is basically assured of the spot, but KG was in a tight race with Chris Bosh. Would suck for Rondo to have to start with 3 Heat players and Carmelo Anthony. Hopefully Celtics fans voted a ton these final days and got KG the nod.
Videos courtesy of Chris Forsberg.
adidas and the NBA unveiled this year’s All Star jerseys (likely to be worn by Rajon Rondo and Kevin Garnett if the voting stands)
Here’s what adidas says about them:
the uniforms take inspiration from Houston’s rich aeronautical history and the speed of the jet planes that dot its skies. The uniforms’ eye-catching impact camo pattern evokes the world’s fastest fleet of...
Here we are, winners of 6 out of our last 10 games and trying to right our ship, lets see what the writers from Celticslife think in our newest addiction of 5 on 5:
1. The Celtics have been playing really well lately (other then that stinker the other night). What has been the difference?
Terry P: Jeff Green. Now look, I have been hard on him PLENTY and still want to trade his...
I was browsing through Twitter a few moments ago and saw this bombshell from CelticsBlog.
NBA Trade Rumors: Leandro Barbosa has requested trade, expects one soon sbn.to/10hmgr1
— CelticsBlog (@celticsblog) January 17, 2013
They quote this artcle from ESPN Brazil. In it, he expresses his frustration with lack of playing time and the fact that he has tried several times to get...
Celtics drop a tough one at home on Friday night, falling 100-99 in OT to the Bulls. Rajon Rondo led all scorers with 30 points and Jared Sullinger continued to beast on the boards, grabbing 15 rebounds. C’s now head to Detroit for a Sunday evening game vs the Pistons. Tip-off at the Palace is at 7:30pm EST tomorrow.
Check-out some pics & GIFs from last night’s game via Hoop China.
Congratulations to Rajon Rondo and Kevin Garnett for being voted in by the fans as starters. Between KG and Melo in the frontcourt and Dwyane Wade and Rondo in the back court, this may be one...
(photo credit: Celticslife.com)
Tomorrow night at 7 p.m the Boston Celtics will take on the Chicago Bulls at the TD Garden. After the loss to New Orleans on Wednesday, Rajon Rondo and Kevin Garnett are going to try to show the world why they were voted All-Stars during the prime-time exhibition game.
The loss versus New Orleans broke the Celtics 5 game winning steak, so Doc Rivers...
NBA All-Star voting is underway, and the Celtics are finally playing like a team that has a couple of All-Stars on its roster.
Despite a hiccup on Wednesday night against the New Orleans Hornets, the C’s appear to be pulling things together, thanks in large part to their current “Big Three” of Kevin Garnett, Rajon Rondo and Paul Pierce.
While Avery Bradley‘s return to the...