Saturday, June 13, 2009

Thursday, February 28, 2008

Celtics Sign P.J. Brown

Looking to find a big man that can fill in for the injured Scott Pollard, the Boston Celtics have turned to veteran big man, P.J. Brown. This will be Brown's 15th season in the NBA, having previously played for Chicago and Miami, among other teams. He has a career average of 9.2 points per game.

Tuesday, January 15, 2008

Celtics lose back to back games to Washington...

The Celtics took a rare home loss to the Washington Wizards last night at the TD Bank North Garden. With the final score 88-83, the Boston Celtics had taken a 12 point lead halfway through the fourth quarter, however a lack of intensity in the final minutes of the game led to the demise of the Celtics.

Monday, January 14, 2008

Despite snow, Tonights Game is on!

Despite around one foot of snow in the suburbs of Boston tonights Celtics game is on as scheduled at 7:30.

The Boston Celtics are advising fans to use public transportation if possible.

Kevin Garnett leads final All-Star balloting update!

In the final ballot counting update before voting closes, the Boston Celtics Kevin Garnett leads all star balloting with 1,756,251 votes.

Thursday, January 10, 2008

Post Ups Notebook - Courtesy

Thursday, January 10 - Practice
Allen, Baby Practice

After missing last night's loss to the Bobcats, both Ray Allen and Glen Davis returned to the practice floor Thursday and they expect to return to the lineup Friday night when the Celtics visit the New Jersey Nets. Scot Pollard didn't practice, as he's been having issues with his left ankle, the same one he sprained before training camp.

"I feel significantly better. It's hard to say, not being in a game situation, but at practice I felt pretty good," Allen said, noting that the numbness he experienced in his fingers was about 80% gone and that he'd slept better last night than he had in the last two days. "It's a day-to-day thing."

As for the practice, Doc Rivers told reporters that the first half of the session was about as sloppy as last night's game, indicating that there may have been some carry-over from Wednesday night's loss to the Bobcats.

"Transition [defense] was awful and that's what we worked on. The first 20 minutes of practice sucked like the game. We were awful. Guys weren't communicating. It's a long season, you fall into habits and have slippage," Rivers said. "The second half of practice was terrific. We got back to what we've done."

While the Nets are Boston's next opponent, Rivers said he was more concerned with getting his team right first before preparing for New Jersey.

"We didn't even mention him today. We'll mention him tomorrow. Today we talked about the Celtics and what we're not doing," Rivers said. "I believe fix your stuff first and then think about the other stuff."

Today, you can listen in on quotes and comments from Paul Pierce, Ray Allen, Rajon Rondo and Big Baby in the Celtics Audio Archive as they talk about moving on from last night's loss and preparing to play the Nets in New Jersey.