1. Final Regular Season Grades for Each Boston Celtics Player in 2013

    With the 2012-13 season in the books and the NBA playoffs underway, now seems like a good time to analyze the Boston Celtics ' roller coaster regular season. In January, everyone once again counted Boston out...

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  2. Advantages the Boston Celtics Have over the New York Knicks

    The Boston Celtics started the conference quarterfinals against the New York Knicks in a disappointing fashion...

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  3. Startling Statistics from the Boston Celtics' Game 1 Loss to the New York Knicks

    After a disappointing second half, the Boston Celtics have lost the first game of their best-of-seven opening-round playoff series against the New York Knicks ...

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  4. Boston Celtics Must Approach Playoffs as Their Last Stand

    For the Boston Celtics , the 2013 NBA playoffs is a case of now or never. Since they last won it all in 2008, Boston's hunt for the Larry O'Brien NBA Championship Trophy has been frustrating...

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  5. Critical Keys for Boston Celtics Heading into the Postseason

    The Boston Celtics have had a roller coaster year. By January, injuries, cold streaks and trade rumors had many fans thinking that in-season rebuilding was an inevitability...

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  6. Boston Celtics Team and Player Reactions to Boston Marathon Tragedy

    The large majority of Boston's Back Bay, the area primarily affected by Monday's tragic Boston Marathon explosions, sits in solemn silence this evening. As the city regroups, and officials search for answers, the Twitterverse remains active...

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  7. Why Kevin Garnett Will Be the Key to Boston Celtics Postseason Success

    With three regular season games left, the Boston Celtics continue to creep toward the .500 mark. After dropping a staggering 10 of their last 14 games, and continuing to battle ...

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  8. Who the Boston Celtics Want to Face in the First Round of the Playoffs

    With only five regular season games left, the Boston Celtics have been the subject of much speculation regarding playoff seeds...

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  9. Is Jordan Crawford a Long-Term Fit for Boston Celtics?

    Nobody can dispute the raw talent Boston Celtics guard Jordan Crawford brings to the table. A spectacularly gifted scorer, originally known for dunking on LeBron James during ...

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  10. Boston Celtics Outside-the-Box Score Notes Following Win over Detroit Pistons

    Many fans will regard the Boston Celtics ' close 98-93 victory over the Detroit Pistons as a forgettable affair, especially considering the late wide-open three-point shot Detroit had to tie the game...

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  11. Contracts the Celtics Are Most Excited to Have Off Their Books This Offseason

    The Boston Celtics have had an amazing year, finding ways to succeed despite countless injuries and bouts of adversity. But like any franchise, they cannot wait to lose a few upcoming free agents in order to build for the future...

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  12. Shavlik Randolph's Former Chinese League Coach Raves About the Boston Celtic

    Many Boston Celtics fans have been lukewarm about bench player Shavlik Randolph , the final addition to this year's roster. But not his former coach in the Chinese Basketball Association, Norm deSilva...

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  13. Boston Celtics: Game-by-Game Predictions for the Month of April

    With only 10 regular-season games remaining, the Boston Celtics must finish with a bang in April. As the playoffs draw closer, Boston's issues have become more evident...

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  14. Boston Celtics' Slow Start Fooled Us All Again as Playoff Run Awaits

    The Boston Celtics have an uncanny knack for fooling the nation. Year after year, they defy the odds and overcome adversity to stage late-season turnarounds...

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  15. What Paul Pierce Must Do to Propel Boston Celtics to Eastern Conference Finals

    With only a dozen games left on their regular-season schedule, the Boston Celtics have about a month to prepare for the playoffs...

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  16. Startling Statistics from Boston Celtics' Season Thus Far

    As the Boston Celtics continue their impressive march toward the 2013 NBA playoffs, many doubters question the validity of their actual chances at hoisting banner No. 18...

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  17. Meet Shavlik Randolph, Possible Missing Link for a Boston Celtics Playoff Drive

    Shavlik Randolph may fall under the definition of “young basketball journeyman.” The Boston Celtics center, whose current stint marks his fourth NBA franchise in six seasons, has appeared in 98 games over his career...

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  18. March Madness Bracket Tournament for Top 16 Players in Boston Celtics History

    With the NCAA Tournament around the corner, March Madness has officially begun. Brackets will soon be distributed at a rapid pace, sending millions of hoops fans into a frenzy over matchups, potential upsets and Cinderella stories...

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  19. What We Still Don't Know About the Boston Celtics

    The 2012-13 Boston Celtics have proved they can win despite the most challenging bouts of adversity. They continue to play inspiring basketball, pushing forward on a late-season surge for a top-five seed in the Eastern Conference...

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  20. Boston Celtics: Resting Paul Pierce Was a Bad Decision on Doc Rivers' Part

    Possibly the only good thing about the Boston Celtics ' 100-74 blowout loss to the Charlotte Bobcats Tuesday night is that the team has no time to dwell on it...

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  21. 7 Reasons to Believe the Boston Celtics Have One More Heroic Playoff Run Left

    As the 2013 NBA season nears the playoffs, the Boston Celtics continue to roll despite absences to key players Rajon Rondo and Jared Sullinger...

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  22. Ranking the Boston Celtics' 5 Most Improved Players This Season

    Since late January, much of the talk in the NBA 's Eastern Conference has been about the Boston Celtics and their continued success despite the significant absences of Rajon Rondo and Jared Sullinger...

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  23. Boston Celtics: A 2-2 Split Would Be a Winning Week Considering the Challenges

    At 31-27, the Boston Celtics enter the home stretch of the 2012-13 season with a difficult week of basketball. Over a four-game, six-day stretch, the C's face three playoff-bound opponents and encounter three away games...

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  24. 5 Worst Decisions of Danny Ainge's Boston Celtics Era

    Danny Ainge has been no stranger to criticism since becoming Boston Celtics Executive Director of Basketball Operations in May 2003 (and President in 2008). Many cite his propensity for trading homegrown stars, like Antoine Walker and Kendrick Perkins...

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  25. Keeping Garnett and Pierce Together Shows Some Things Are Bigger Than Basketball

    Nearly a week after the NBA trade deadline, the Boston Celtics have a lot of positives to consider. They must feel elated to be home after an arduous West Coast road trip...

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