LATEST STORIES FROM CELTICS LIFE

Boston Celtics 104 - Cleveland Cavaliers 103 highlights and box score

Avery Bradley's 3 point game-winning buzzer beater was the main highlight of the Boston Celtics' 104-103 win over the Cleveland Cavaliers, but there were plenty of other great moments, including some heroics from Evan Turner.Isaiah Thomas was the C's leading scorer with 22 points. Evan Turner and Tyler Zeller had big games off the bench with 19 and 16 points, respectively. For the...
Via Celtics Life
3 hours ago  |  Discuss

Video: A dejected LeBron James says "It hurts; It's been a while since I felt like this" following C's win

Sometimes listening to the other team's post game pressers is even more fun than listening to our's.
Via Celtics Life
3 hours ago  |  Discuss

Green Envy: What Cavs fans said: 2/5

If you thought Cleveland fans would be pretty confident coming into this game, you'd be right. Also, the Kelly Olynyk hate is still quite strong. But screw that, Boston got the win.Top ThreeWe can lose this game too if we come out acting like the Celtics are going to just submit. I'll all but guarantee they'll bring some intensity.Don't make me trot out the "my mood right now" pic...
Via Celtics Life
6 hours ago  |  Discuss

Video: Avery Bradley's shocking game winner in Cleveland

The Celtics were down 101-96 with 18 seconds left.  This team never dies. Avery. Bradley. pic.twitter.com/rI3M25pgpA — Boston Celtics (@celtics) February 6, 2016Follow Mark Vandeusen on Twitter @LucidSportsFan
Via Celtics Life
6 hours ago  |  Discuss

The Celtics shock the Cavaliers 104-103

This one started off ugly but Boston clawed back in impressive fashion and finished it off in a buzzer beater. The Cavs came out firing on all cylinders early, but a solid effort from Boston ended up with a crazy 104-103 win.Cleveland went up by double digits early. Boston made some runs in the second quarter cutting the lead to six by halftime. The Celtics started off the second...
Via Celtics Life
7 hours ago  |  Discuss

Should the Celtics should sell high on their little guy?

Isaiah Thomas. The Celtics best offensive player. Their leading scorer. Their leading assist man. Their lone All-Star. The first player under six feet to be named to an All-Star game since Terrell Brandon in 1997 (former Celtic Dana Barros was on the team in 1995). The Celtics feel good story of the year. An asset the Celtics should consider parting with? That's what Boston.com's...
Via Celtics Life
16 hours ago  |  Discuss

The NBA clearly forgot the All-Star Game is in Canada (Kelly Olynyk left out of 3PT contest)

In September of 2013, the NBA decided to award the 2016 All-Star Game to the city of Toronto.  At the time, the Toronto Raptors were coming off a 34-48 campaign and had posted a total of just four winning seasons in franchise history.  I can't imagine it ever occurred to the powers that be that by 2016 the Raptors would be in contention for the best record in the Eastern Conference...
Via Celtics Life
21 hours ago  |  Discuss

If the Celtics trade any of the Brooklyn picks they can not put any protections on them

When proposing trades to get a superstar to Boston, many people have proposed trading one of the Brooklyn picks we own to get it done. The pick other teams would demand is this year's 1st. The fear in making such a trade now would be the possibility the Nets pick hits the lottery and ends up #1 and the Celtics lose out on Ben Simmons. Common sentiment is that the Celtics should protect...
Via Celtics Life
23 hours ago  |  Discuss

Danny Ainge says he's in no rush to get Jordan Mickey on the floor for the Celtics

Free Mickey?In our recent CelticsLife Live show, we discussed whether or not it may be time to start integrating some of the kids (and by kids I mean the three rookies and James Young) into the rotation.  At some point, we need to find out if any of them can play--preferably before the next draft comes around and Boston has the chance to make eight more picks.As far as D-League...
Via Celtics Life
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Tyler Zeller appears to be back in the rotation

The log jam in the front court of the Celtics has been a point of concern all year with players going in and out of the rotation almost on a weekly basis. The Celtics have won 10 out of their last 13 games and their two most recent wins have involved Tyler Zeller getting big minutes off the bench. On Tuesday night against the New York Knicks, Zeller played 27 minutes and put up 16...
Via Celtics Life
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Unfinished Business: February 4, 1991- Weary Washington put away in 2nd half

Complete index of 1990-91 Boston Celtics Articles 
Via Celtics Life
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Green Envy- What Pistons fans said- 2/3

Well the game got a little bit too close towards the end but it was uplifting to see the Celtics get a victory they needed on their home court. Stan Van Gundy is somewhere just crushing a steak and cheese with a tall bud light, pissed off about this loss, just like the Pistons fansTop Three comments from the only people in the world who hate Brad Stevens: **** Brad Stevens, **...
Via Celtics Life
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Video: Boston Celtics 102, Detroit Pistons 95 highlights and box score

The Boston Celtics won their second game in a row (and 7 out of their last 8 games) after defeating the Detroit Pistons on Wednesday night at the TD Garden.Leading the C's in scoring was Isaiah Thomas, who had 17 points and 7 assists. 5 other Celtics scored in double figures, including Avery Bradley (15), Evan Turner (14), as well as 12 points from Jae Crowder, Jared Sullinger, and...
Via Celtics Life
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Recap: Celtics hang on to beat the Pistons 102-95

The Celtics were able to hang on against an attempted comeback to beat the Pistons 102-95. The lead was as high as 24 in the third quarter but Detroit was able to pull within 7 with over a minute to play. It was a complete team effort offensively Boston as six players finished in double-digit scoring. Isaiah Thomas (17), Avery Bradley (15), Evan Turner (14), Marcus Smart, Jared...
Via Celtics Life
2 days ago  |  Discuss

The Celtics haven't been in this position in almost five years (tied for 3rd in East)

Fifty games into the 2015-16 NBA season, the Celtics are 28-22.  It's the furthest over .500 (six games) they've been since March of 2013, when Paul Pierce, Kevin Garnett and Doc Rivers were all still in town.Even though the current squad has just a two-game lead on the eighth-seeded Pacers, the C's are also tied for the third-best record in the Eastern Conference: It's been nearly...
Via Celtics Life
2 days ago  |  Discuss

David Lee's time in Boston rumored to be coming to an end

With David Lee out of the rotation, it didn't take much to connect the dots and for fans to realize he was on the block. Today, some reported buzz instead of just a hypothesis: Some trade buzz: BOS intends to move David Lee by Feb. 18 deadline, or buy him out. Lee is out of rotation and wants a role somewhere. — Howard Beck (@HowardBeck) February 3, 2016 David Lee has handled his...
Via Celtics Life
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Green Envy: What Knicks Fans Said 2.2.16

The Celtics defeated the Knicks 97-89 and the Knicks message boards were rife with optimism and level headed analysis of Phil's rebuild and D Fish's potential to lead these Knicks into the future. Actually, that's not true at all. Here's the Knicks fans guide to losing to the Celtics in Madison Square Garden in early February. STEP 1: RAISE THE STAKES Biggest game of the year so...
Via Celtics Life
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Boston Celtics reportedly interested in Dwight Howard

As the NBA Trade Deadline inches closer and closer, get ready for a few rumors like this everyday. According to Frank Isola of The New York Daily News, the Boston Celtics are talking to the Houston Rockets about center Dwight Howard. Meanwhile, the Celtics have engaged the Houston Rockets in talks about a possible deal for Dwight Howard, the Daily News has learned. Howard can...
Via Celtics Life
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Celtics stifle Knicks in NYC / Game marred by awful refereeing / Green Trends

Well, It had to happen sometime. The Celtics' offense — on a rampage for over three weeks now — faltered for a while in NYC, but the Green pulled out the win with tough defense and some latter-game offensive rejuvenation. Unfortunately for fans, the game was marred by some of the worst officiating we've seen this season, as the refs destroyed the flow of the game with mistake...
Via Celtics Life
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Video: Celtics 97, Knicks 89 highlights

Highlights and celtics box score from their win over the Knicks Tuesday night in New York.
Via Celtics Life
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Celtics bounce back and take care of the Knicks, 97-89

The Boston Celtics defeated the New York Knicks 97-89 in an impressive display of team basketball. Coming off a tough loss to the Orlando Magic, it was great to see the Celtics get back on the winning side of things. Both teams played a pretty sloppy first half filled with fouls and missed shots. Isaiah Thomas led all scorers with 13 first half points. Kelly Olynyk and Jae Crowder...
Via Celtics Life
3 days ago  |  Discuss

The Boston Celtics are in great position for next year’s rise in salary cap. What does that mean?

As most of Celtics Nation is aware of, the C’s have been in rebuilding mode since the departure of Paul Pierce and Kevin Garnett. Danny Ainge and the front office has been steadily acquiring future (draft pick treasure chest) and current (Isaiah Thomas, Brad Stevens) assets to put the franchise in a position where they can build a winning culture and still be in a position to...
Via Celtics Life
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Celtics up to No. 8 in ESPN power rankings, are they the third-best team in the East?

No. 8 Jonas Jerekbo thinks so.In his latest NBA power rankings, ESPN's Marc Stein has the Celtics in the No. 8 position overall (up from No. 11 last week).  Following a nod to Isaiah Thomas' All-Star appearance, Stein says the following about Boston:Yet the glee isn't quite what it could be, because C's fans know this team really should have a grip on the East's No. 3 seed by now...
Via Celtics Life
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Schedule Analysis: Should the Celtics win 11 of their 12 February games?

The Celtics, at 27-22, have 33 games remaining on the schedule this season. In the month of February, they will play over one-third of them: 12. Here is a synopsis of their February schedule, which will be one of the most favorable ones of their season:1. Knicks (away) - this will be the Celtics third game with the Knicks this season, having split the first two, including a 120...
Via Celtics Life
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Trade Deadline Preview: A potential deal between the Celtics and all 15 Western Conference teams

With the NBA trade deadline only weeks away and the Celtics only a half-game back of the third seed in the East, it is time for Danny Ainge and the front office to begin considering potential upgrades for this season and beyond. Last week, I offered 14 potential trade targets from the Eastern Conference, and now we are going to look at 15 potential targets from the Western Conference...
Via Celtics Life
3 days ago  |  Discuss
SITE INFORMATION
Celtics Life
Celtics news, highlights, video mixes, live game chats, interviews, giveaways, humor and more.
Today's Best Stuff
For Publishers
Company Info
Help
Follow Yardbarker