1. LeBron Out, Bradley and Rondo to Start Together

    The big news came after the dressing rooms were closed, but LeBron James will not play tonight due to back spasms. (We should have guessed something was up when he was eating an ice cream treat as we spoke to him...

    Alexandra Irving Written by Alexandra Irving about 1 month ago 125 reads 0 comments

  2. Rondo, Bradley Return to Starting Lineup

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  3. Rajon Rondo Making His Value Known from Long Range

    BOSTON — After suffering a torn right ACL in January 2012, it took nearly a year for Rajon Rondo to be cleared for game action. Sitting out for such a long stretch could be seen as a detriment to one’s game...

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  4. Jared Sullinger in Favor of College Players Staying in School for Two Years

    Jared Sullinger could have been a one-and-done player as he was projected to be a first-round pick after his freshman year at Ohio State. Instead, he decided to stay in school for one more year...

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  5. Olynyk's Rookie Diary: Something Clicked After All-Star Break

    Kelly Olynyk had a bit of a slow start to his rookie season, as should be expected for a player trying to find his own in the NBA .....

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  6. Former Celtic Rick Carlisle Believes Franchise Will Turn Around: Fast

    Dallas Mavericks coach Rick Carlisle was drafted by the Celtics and won a championship with them in 1986. He also believes his former team, currently in rebuilding mode, will turn things around – fast...

    Benjamin Cruz Written by Benjamin Cruz about 1 month ago 150 reads 0 comments

  7. An Early Look at Boston Celtics' 2014 NBA Free Agency Plans

    With losses piling up and the Boston Celtics in a heated race to stay below the Los Angeles Lakers , Sacramento Kings and Utah Jazz in the lottery standings, this franchise better have some big free-agency plans...

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  8. Rajon Rondo Explains Why Some Boston Celtics 'Playing for Contracts'

    For all his quirks and occasional surliness, Rajon Rondo has never lacked for perceptiveness—be it on the court or in front of the camera...

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