Boston Celtics

2nd Atlantic | 0-0
  • Field Goal %
    43.9 FG%
  • 3-point %
    33.5 3P%
  • Points Scored
    106 PPG
  • Total Rebounds
    44.9 RPG
  • Chris Bosh on if he’s working out: “Yes, I’m hooping. I’m a hooper.”
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    Chris Bosh on if he’s working out: “Yes, I’m hooping. I’m a hooper.”

    Chris Bosh wants to play basketball this season. Of that, there is no doubt. The question is will the Heat let him after he missed the end of the last two seasons due to potentially life-threatening blood clots? If so, will he have minutes or travel restrictions? Bosh is working out to get ready for the season — he posted a video of it Monday on Snapchat, showing off his handles, and put it this way: Ues, he’s hooping. The Heat and Bosh need to come to common ground on this before training camp opens. Bosh is on blood thinners for his condition, the team and he need to decide if he can come off them on game days or if there is another protocol that works for everyone. The Heat would be a vastly

  • Harrison Barnes says Mavericks are Nowitzki’s team, he has to prove himself to German
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    Harrison Barnes says Mavericks are Nowitzki’s team, he has to prove himself to German

    Harrison Barnes is the new gun in Dallas — a four years, $94 million contract says so. Dallas is betting the No. 4 option in the Warriors attack is ready to blossom as the No. 1 option with the Mavericks. But make no mistake, the Mavs are still Dirk Nowitzki‘s team. Barnes knows it and told Eddie Sefko of the Dallas Morning News he has to prove himself. “Out of respect, this is Dirk’s team,” Barnes said. “He’s put in the years and won a championship. But I have to go out and earn that. People assume that just because you get paid a lot of money and have a lot of attention that all of the sudden you’re guaranteed this many shots. I have to prove that every day in practice. I have to prove that

  • Marc Gasol says he nearly played in Olympics, his foot seems fine
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    Marc Gasol says he nearly played in Olympics, his foot seems fine

    Marc Gasol missed the final two months of last season and Olympics with a foot injury. When will the Grizzlies center return? Gasol in L’Esportiu, as translated by Jorge Sierra of HoopsHype: On his foot injury: “I’m really well and looking forward to starting (the season). I miss the competition, playing and enjoying basketball. All indications are that the foot is fine. I’ve practiced with the (Girona basketball club) juniors all I could, especially half-court sets.” On almost making it to the Olympic Games: “I was a couple of weeks away.” After hurting his foot, it always seemed highly improbably Gasol would play in the Rio Games. But maybe he wasn’t that far off. It’d be a huge boost to Memphis