The Boston Celtics have gotten off to an extremely disappointing start, sitting at 16-17 on the year. This lackluster first half of the season caused Danny Ainge to make comments on the struggles Thursday, the first he’s made about the team’s poor performance.
Once again, the Boston Celtics are struggling to be at the top of their game. They’re stacked with young talent and entered the season as one of the teams to beat in the Eastern Conference, yet they’ve lost 10 of their past 15 games.
The last week of games has been a struggle for the Boston Celtics. The team had suffered three consecutive losses coming into tonight. None of those teams that defeated the Celtics currently have a winning record.
The Celtics ain’t out of the woods yet, but they prevented further decline with a pretty solid 118-112 win against a good Pacers team. Boston started this game falling behind Indiana 18-4, looking like fans’ worst nightmare-vision version of their struggling selves before the game’s first, merciful timeout.
The Boston Celtics and their struggles have been under the media spotlight recently. They are currently 15-17, two games under .500. Their superstars have been performing relatively well throughout the season, with both Jaylen Brown and Jayson Tatum being selected for the All-Star game.
The Boston Celtics are at a crossroads in their 2020-21 season. Right now, the team sits at 15-17 overall and has lost three-straight games. They’re in danger of letting things spiral out of control, but luckily for them, the All-Star Break is nearing.
Jayson Tatum and Jaylen Brown were both selected to the All-Star game this season, due to their amazing individual number and general performance. Recently though, the Boston Celtics have fallen to the 9th seed in the Eastern Conference, after losing three straight games.
Free agent power forward Jared Sullinger has agreed to a contract with South Korean club Anyang KGC, as relayed by Sportando. Sullinger, 28, has not played since the 2018-19 season, when he was with the Shenzhen Leonards of the Chinese CBA.
Following their ugly loss to the Atlanta Hawks on Wednesday, the Boston Celtics find themselves at .500 on the season with a 14-14 record. This latest defeat came on the heels of general manager Danny Ainge pretty much putting his entire roster on notice.