1. Confirmed: R.J. Hunter Has Unlimited Range

    Everyone is well aware of R.J. Hunter's shooting ability, which includes anywhere-in-the-gym range. But so far in Las Vegas we've yet to see him let it fly from way down town. Well, today that changed...

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  2. Why It's Too Early for Boston Celtics to Worry About James Young's NBA Future

    LAS VEGAS—This has not been an ideal summer for Boston Celtics guard James Young. He entered the offseason 20 pounds heavier than the day he was drafted. Stronger, faster, more focused and athletic...

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  3. 1-on-1 with the Most Criticized Pick of the 2015 NBA Draft, Terry Rozier

    LAS VEGAS — There may have not been a more controversial selection in the first round of the 2015 NBA draft than Terry Rozier going to the Boston Celtics at No. 16...

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  4. Could Celtics Win Atlantic Division?

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  5. Will Jordan Mickey Bet on Himself?

    Rookie contracts are typically pretty boring. First-round picks are subject to scale-based contracts and teams like the Celtics pay 120 percent (the maximum possible) to lock in those ...

    Erik Stordahl Written by Erik Stordahl about 1 month ago 199 reads 0 comments

  6. Rozier Rises Up in Clutch to Help C's Advance

    LAS VEGAS – Marcus Smart went down Thursday night, but that fact allowed Terry Rozier to rise up. Rozier took over during clutch time of Thursday night's game against Portland to lead the Celtics to a 91-85 victory...

    Erik Stordahl Written by Erik Stordahl about 1 month ago 110 reads 0 comments

  7. Blakely: Ainge Looking for Hidden Gem Among Celtics' Moves

    You've had a few head-scratching moments as you try to make sense of the moves made recently by Danny Ainge and the Celtics .....

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  8. Holmes a Surprise Among Celtics Summer Leaguers

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  9. Stevens, Smart, Turner to Be in NBA Africa Game

    Celtics coach Brad Stevens won't be the only member of the Celtics participating in the first NBA game in Africa next month...

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  10. Boston Celtics Need Marcus Smart to Become a Potential Franchise Cornerstone

    On the heels of a 40-win season that secured the East's No. 7 seed, the Boston Celtics seem to be on the verge of something. One's tempted to describe that "something" as special, but that all depends...

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  11. Debate: What Grade Do You Give the Celtics' Offseason?

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  12. Celtics Waive Phil Pressey

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  13. Boston Celtics Gambling on Perry Jones' Talent with No-Risk Trade

    The Boston Celtics don't have an obvious need for Perry Jones , and they were certainly aiming for something a lot higher than the former first-round pick when they entered the 2015 NBA offseason...

    Zach Buckley Written by Zach Buckley about 1 month ago 26,778 reads 44 comments

  14. Report: Celtics Waive Guard Phil Pressey Amid Backcourt Log Jam

    With too many backcourt bodies and not enough places to put them, the Boston Celtics made the difficult decision Wednesday to waive third-year guard Phil Pressey, Gary Washburn of The Boston Globe reported, citing an NBA source...

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  15. Report: Celtics Waive Pressey

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  16. Hunter Has Consistency in His Sights

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  17. Jerebko: Celtics Were Always First Choice

    LAS VEGAS – Jonas Jerebko re-signed with the Boston Celtics on Friday, 10 days after free agency began. In his mind, there was never a doubt that he'd be back in green and white...

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  18. Gigi Datome to Play in Turkey

    Gigi Datome is leaving the NBA and has signed a two-year deal with Turkey's Fenerbahce Ulker, the team announced...

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  19. Celtics Rumors: Latest on Danilo Gallinari Trade Rumblings and More

    The Boston Celtics are by no means the most active or eye-popping team this offseason when it comes to moves...

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  20. 5 Potential Trade Packages Boston Celtics Can Offer Nuggets for Danilo Gallinari

    The Boston Celtics have made some notable improvements to their roster this offseason, but one area of need they have failed to address is perimeter shooting. Boston ranked a lowly 27th in three-point shooting last season, hitting just 32...

    Brian Robb Written by Brian Robb about 1 month ago 45,513 reads 142 comments

  21. Jonathan Holmes' Game Emerging in Vegas for Boston Celtics

    Despite not hearing his name called on draft night, Jonathan Holmes was one of the more intriguing bodies available in the aftermath of the annual pick-a-palooza.....

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  22. Boston Celtics Are the Biggest Losers from NBA Offseason so Far

    The clock is beginning to run out on the first phase of the Boston Celtics ' rebuilding plan, and even general manager Danny Ainge may be powerless to stop it...

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  23. Casey: Celtics Got Good One in Johnson

    LAS VEGAS — The Celtics are emerging from free agency an improved team, forced to make subtle moves because of their inability to sign major players despite salary cap space...

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  24. David Lee's Game Will Be a Perfect Fit for the Rebuilding Boston Celtics

    On July 7, news broke that the Boston Celtics will send Gerald Wallace to the Golden State Warriors for David Lee ...

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  25. Amir Johnson Will Thrive Next to a Stretch Big Man

    The moratorium period is over, and Danny Ainge has locked in his first few free agents: Amir Johnson being the big one. The official signing is more of a relief than it should be, especially after the DeAndre Jordan debacle...

    Erik Stordahl Written by Erik Stordahl about 1 month ago 240 reads 0 comments