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Celtics PF Jeff Green Needs to Start on a Permanent Basis

If Jeff Green is supposed to represent the future of the Boston Celtics franchise, well, the future is now. Read More »

Is This the End of the Road for the Celtics’ Big Three?

The Celtics may lose one of their Big Three of KG, Allen, or Pierce to retirement, trade, or free agency, but can still be title contenders... Read More »

Avery Bradley Shines During the Celtics’ Rout of the Heat, 91-72

Get a load of the Boston Celtics' secret to their recent success, which has seen them ascend to the 4th seed in the East and top of the Atlantic Division. Read More »

It’s Do or Die Time for the Boston Celtics

Even with injuries to key players like Rondo and Shaq, it's not time to count this veteran, championship-tested team out just yet. Read More »

2011 NBA Playoffs Rd. 2: Lessons Celtics Need to Learn from Gm. 1 Loss to Heat

Things did not go too well for the Boston Celtics in Miami today. Here are some suggestions for Game 2. Read More »

Boston Celtics Survive Without Kendrick Perkins, For Now

With Kendrick Perkins gone, Celtics GM Danny Ainge is gambling that new big men like just acquired Troy Murphy and Nenad Krstic can help the team maintain championship-level defense. Read More »

Boston Celtics Look To Heat & Heal Up Before The Break

Despite mounting injuries, Doc Rivers' squad remains one of the NBA's elite teams and aims to stay that way before the All-Star break. Read More »

Return of Kendrick Perkins Gives Celtics Big Boost

This week, the Boston Celtics welcome back their starting center to the floor for the first time since last year's NBA Finals. Read More »

Snow Or No Snow, Celtics Storm Past Jazz, 110-86

It doesn't matter how hampered with injuries the Celtics are right now, they are on a roll. Read More »

Book Review: Wicked Good Year: How The Red Sox, Patriots & Celtics Turned The Hub Of The Universe Into The Capital Of Sports by Steve Buckley

A compelling case for how special October 2007 to June 2008 was in Boston sports history. Read More »