BOSTON Prior to Saturdays game, Terry Rozier talked to CSNNE.com about the importance of staying ready always, because you never know when your name or number is going to be called. Like when trailing by three points in the fourth quarter with less than 10 seconds to play? Yes, Rozier was on the floor
Chris Forsberg ESPN Staff Writer Close Covered Celtics since 2007 Emmy award-winning videographer Joined ESPNBoston.com in 2009 Follow on Twitter BOSTON -- If Evan Turner was slightly subdued while chatting with reporters before his first visit back to Boston on Saturday night, then he had certainly
Abby Chin interviews James Thomas, Isaiah's father, and he says that this is a dream come true and this is only the beginning for his son.
Last week the NBA announced the starters for the All-Star game and John Wall was not among the list. Picking up the two starting guard positions were Kyrie Irving and DeMar DeRozan. Making the Feb. 19 exhibition roster is always a great accolade for a player to add to their resume, in John Wall'
Tune into CSN to watch the Celtics host the Portland Trail Blazers at TD Garden. You can also click here to watch the Celtics livestream presented by McDonald's on the NBC Sports App. Coverage begins at 4:30 p.m. with Celtics Pregame Live Presented by ACE Ticket.
Last year's dunk contest between Zach LaVine and Aaron Gordon was one for the ages, an event this year's contest will have a hard time matching. But Spurs high flyer Jonathon Simmons and perhaps Boston Celtics rookie Jaylen Brown reportedly are going to try. According to San Antonio Express-News
It's two minutes into a January regular-season game for the Celtics, and the team's new big man, Al Horford, is defending Utah's 6-foot-8 guard Rodney Hood more than 20 feet away from the hoop. With nobody else near, the advantage is Hood's, if he can use his speed to move past Horford
Rajon Rondo seemed perpetually at odds with former Boston Celtics coach Doc Rivers during Rondo’s first seven seasons in the league, even if the two would never cop to tension. Brad Stevens followed suit in the same city during the lone half-year he spent coaching a clearly uneasy Rondo, prior to Rajon
Jeff Hornacek mixing up lineup works in Knicks' win over Celtics: As the Knicks wobbled through their first half of the season - idling through some games, collapsing in others - a conclusion emerged: this team, with this talent, should be better. Jeff Hornacek understood this when he harped on effort
Due to a blood clot, Miami Heat forward Chris Bosh may never play again. Unfortunately, he is not the first to retire early due to injury or illness.
Milwaukee Bucks swingman Giannis Antetokounmpo was responsible for several highlights during Wednesday's game against the Houston Rockets at Toyota Center, but he couldn't prevent James Harden from guiding the hosts to a comfortable win. One of Harden's best moments occurred halfway through
The Vertical’s Chris Mannix and Bobby Marks debate which Eastern Conference point guard deserves to start the All-Star Game.
Down two starters and trailing by nine points late in the first quarter could have caused panic on the Knicks sideline. Instead, New York answered the call in a major way. The Knicks trimmed the Celtics advantage from nine to three by the end of the first period before exploding in the second quarter
NASA's Cassini spacecraft, which has been taking images of Saturn since 2014, snapped a photograph of Mimas, one of the planet's 62 visible moons. Its diameter measures 246 miles wide and features a huge crater on the side that looks like a famous weapon to destroy planets that appeared in the
BOSTON – Celtics rookie Jaylen Brown has delivered a number of powerful moments on the court this season, oftentimes in the form of an emphatic dunk or an explosive drive to the rim. Monday night, on Martin Luther King Jr. Day, he showed that he can also make an influential impact off the court in the
This week also marks the official halfway point of the NBA season, a time to reflect on how teams have handled the sometimes-heavy burden that comes with lofty expectations. When you talk about expectations in the NBA, nobody has a greater burden not even the defending champs in Cleveland than the
Rajon Rondo, for the better part of half a decade at this point, remains quite possibly the NBA’s most polarizing player. The 2015-16 Sacramento Kings were, mostly, trash. Rajon did lead the NBA with 11.6 assists per game, something that still appears rather important to him in the face of a near-flameout
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