After the Nets sealed their series win against Boston, Kyrie Irving made it a point to stomp on the famous Celtics mid-court logo -- the ultimate sign of disrespect towards a franchise that is usually beaming with pride.
Al Horford has recently reunited with the Boston Celtics in a trade that was centered around Kemba Walker, who was sent to the Oklahoma City Thunder. Horford had a great rapport with Brad Stevens, who was the coach at the time.
After finishing a disappointing 7th in the eastern conference and losing in five games to the mighty Brooklyn Nets in the first round of the playoffs, the Boston Celtics have a lot of work to do this offseason.
If there were one word to describe the Boston Celtics’ 2020-21 campaign, it would be disappointing. The Celtics finished the regular season at .500, 36-36, and made the playoffs as the Eastern Conference’s seventh seed.
When Griffin was choosing a team to join this season after his buyout from the Pistons, he reportedly asked a Celtics player if he should join the team midseason and was told not to come to Boston because of the "apparent dysfunction."
Brand new President of Basketball Operations Brad Stevens is unafraid of making major changes to the Boston Celtics roster, as evidenced by his blockbuster deal with OKC headlined by swapping Kemba Walker with Al Horford.
On Friday morning, Adrian Wojnarowski dropped another ‘Woj bomb,’ reporting that Kemba Walker had been traded to the OKC Thunder. The Boston Celtics traded Walker, the 16th pick in this year’s draft, and a 2025 second-round pick for Al Horford, Moses Brown, and a 2023 second-rounder.
Chowder and Champions’ Tarringo Basile-vaughan believes there is one trade that would entice the Dallas Mavericks to send Luka Doncic to the Boston Celtics, and it would have to involve the inclusion of 2x All-Star and notorious All-NBA snub Jayson Tatum.