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Boston Celtics’ Biggest Questions Ahead of 2020 Offseason

Jordan Leandre poses a few big questions that need answers ahead of this offseason for Danny Ainge and the Boston Celtics.

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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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Start, Bench, Cut: Celtics Point Guard Edition

Looking at the last four franchise-caliber point guards the Celtics have had, who would you start, bench, cut, and trade?

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Enes Kanter’s Recent Performances Propelling Celtics

Jordan Moore analyzes Enes Kanter’s recent impressive performances:

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The Celtics Don’t Have to Make a Trade Right Now

While the NBA rumor mill is slowly starting to turn, the Boston Celtics have popped up more frequently than most fans have expected. With so much depth with the wings and center position, do the Celtics really need to make

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The Boston Celtics are the Real Deal, and Here’s Why

Kyle Porch explains the reason for the Boston Celtics’ recent success.

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Report: Celtics Re-Sign 2 Players

The Boston Celtics have officially re-signed both Daniel Theis and Brad Wanamaker today, the team announced. Run it 🔙@phillybul_22 and @dtheis10 have both re-signed #FlywireTeamTransactionshttps://t.co/tbC3MJn5KP — Boston Celtics (@celtics) July 17, 2019 Theis will be entering his third season in

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Daniel Theis Sets Multiple Career-Highs

Daniel Theis started tonight in place of Al Horford in Chicago versus the Bulls, and to say he filled the void would be an understatement. His opportunity to be injected into the starting five arose thanks to injuries sidelining both

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2018-19 Celtics Projections: Center

The center position has been the main weak spot for the Boston Celtics in recent history, but this year we should see some improvement at the five. The depth chart features a proven veteran, an Australian big man who’s never

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Aylmer: Time for Celtics to Give up on East’s No.1 Seed

The Boston Celtics have almost as many regular season games remaining on their schedule as they do healthy players on their roster. Prior to a Mar.14 tilt against the Washington Wizards, Boston came into the contest with their most extensive

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