1. 5 things we learned as Celtics edge Knicks

    A win is a win is a win. Although they did not play their best basketball, the Celtics defeated the New York Knicks 96-92 at Madison Square Garden...

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  2. Isaiah Thomas Looks Better as Boston Celtics Hold off New York Knicks, 96-92

    In the first half, it was unclear how Isaiah Thomas would bounce back from one of the worst games of his life...

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  3. Thomas Scores 18, Celtics Hold off Knicks for 95-92 Win

    Isaiah Thomas scored 18 points and Jae Crowder had 17 points and nine rebounds as the Boston Celtics held off a late rally by the New York Knicks for a 95-92 win on Friday night...

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  4. Brad Stevens Showing Why He's Firmly in the Picture for 2015 Coach of the Year

    The Boston Celtics are not supposed to sniff the playoffs this season. Expectations were in the basement before it started, and any shot in the dark they had of becoming a competitive ...

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  5. Brad Stevens Questioned His Decision to Come Here

    here were fleeting moments, Stevens admitted, when he questioned why he took this on, but those doubts have not persisted.....

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  6. Brad Stevens and the Magic of the Celtics' out-of-Bounds Plays: CelticsHub

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  7. Celtics 'Sick' over Missing Chance After Loss to Heat

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  8. Crowder Tweets Apology for Celtics' 'Lack of Effort'

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  9. East Playoff Race Could Come Down to Tiebreakers

    The race for the final three playoff spots in the Eastern Conference has heated up over the past few weeks, and it figures to be a sprint to the finish as six teams are separated by just 4...

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  10. MacMullan: Stevens' Poise, Patience Paying off

    The Celtics are entrenched in a spunky, tenacious playoff hunt, yet their coach behaves the same as he did when they were wobbling toward a 13-26 record.....

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  11. Celtics Showing Recent Lack of Discipline

    You would have thought . . . don't think. You would have expected . . . don't expect. You would have assumed . . . you know what they say when you assume...

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  12. Isaiah Thomas: 'There's No Excuses... I've Got to Play Better'

    BOSTON — The improbable quest by the Boston Celtics to make the Eastern Conference playoffs was poised to get a major boost Wednesday night against the Miami Heat ...

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  13. Celtics Can't Handle the Heat

    The report came in that Dwyane Wade , Hassaan Whiteside and Chris Anderson would not play because of various injuries...

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  14. Isaiah Thomas Struggles in Return, Boston Celtics Fall 93-86 to Miami Heat

    BOSTON -- For three quarters of a critical game against an Eastern Conference playoff competitor, the Boston Celtics got slapped in the face, tripped, fell, slammed their forehead ...

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  15. Thomas to Make Return After 8-Game Absence

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  16. The Case for Brad Stevens as Coach of the Year

    For starters, I'€™m not saying Celtics coach Brad Stevens will or even should win the NBA '€™s Coach of the Year honor...

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  17. Celtics Assign James Young to Maine Red Claws

    BOSTON – The Boston Celtics announced today that they have assigned rookie James Young to the Maine Red Claws.....

    Paige Kuhn Written by Paige Kuhn about 1 month ago 4 reads 0 comments

  18. Mannix: Cauley-Stein 'An Ideal Fit' for Celtics

    BOSTON (CBS) — The Boston Celtics are clinging to their postseason lives at the moment, holding on to a half-game lead for the eighth and final playoff spot in the Eastern Conference...

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  19. Turner Doing Best to Keep Celtics Afloat

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  20. Five Ways Thomas' Return Will Impact Celtics

    BOSTON – The return of Isaiah Thomas to the Celtics lineup is near – possibly as early as Wednesday night against Miami .....

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  21. Eastern Conference Playoffs: Why the Boston Celtics Will Claim the Eighth Seed

    With fewer than 15 games left in the NBA season, the race for the final spot in the Eastern Conference playoffs remains wide open...

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  22. Sullinger at Crossroads with Weight Issues

    He was only in middle school when it started. The sting and the shame of the insults wounded him, but by the time he was a high school senior, Jared Sullinger had become immune, an expert at repressing the urge to respond...

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  23. Back-to-Back? Not a Problem for Celtics

    Much has been made of the NBA 's scheduling over the past year, particularly as coaches such as San Antonio 's Gregg Popovich and Atlanta 's Mike Budenholzer have chosen to rest players on certain nights...

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  24. Avery Bradley Is in a New York State of Mind

    In the future, if Avery Bradley ever wants to test free agency, his first stop should be to the state of New York .....

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  25. Smart Admits Shot on Matt Bonner Looked Intentional

    NEW YORK — It's been a learning experience over the past 48 hours for Marcus Smart, who admitted that his shot to the groin of Spurs forward Matt Bonner “looked a little intentional...

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