Tag "Celtics"

Frustrations Build in Boston

The Boston Celtics have just fallen down 3-1 to the Miami Heat in the Eastern Conference Finals. With another close game coming down to the wire, the Celtics lost yet again by under five points. This is the third time in this series the team has lost with the game in reach.

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Predicting the Boston Celtics Regular Season

How will the Celtics do in the NBA’s restart? John Devereaux takes a look.

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Ranking The Current Boston Sports Teams

@pauldeangelis23 ranks the current state of Boston sports teams and gives his thoughts on each team’s current or upcoming seasons.

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Possible Celtics 2020 Draft Targets

Paul DeAngelis gives his list of draft targets for the Boston Celtics, who have three first-round picks in 2020.

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Buyout Options for the Boston Celtics

Heading into the post-All Star break stretch, the Boston Celtics lineup doesn’t have any glaring holes. As a result, Danny Ainge stood pat at the trade deadline, but there’s a good chance Boston will look to make an addition via the buyout market before March 1.

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Five Celtics Make U.S. Olympic Team Finalists List

Paul DeAngelis gives a rundown of the five Boston Celtics players who were selected for the shortlist for the 2020 U.S. Olympic Basketball Team.

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Derrick Rose to the Celtics?

Paul DeAngelis writes why possible trade target Derrick Rose would be a great fit for the Celtics.

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Brad Wanamaker has Stepped up for the Celtics

Paul DeAngelis discusses Brad Wanamaker’s recent strong performances and how they have effected the Celtics’ season so far.

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DeAngelis: Why the Celtics Will Not Be Great This Year

Paul gives his reasons for why he doesn’t expect the Celtics to have a bounce back year in the 2019-20 NBA season.

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Will Team USA’s Failure Fuel the Celtics?

Boasting four players on Team U.S.A’s roster — Kemba Walker, Jayson Tatum, Jaylen Brown, and Marcus Smart — no club was better represented than Boston’s. That also means that no other team had a greater hand in, arguably, the worst

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