While the sting of losing to a Cleveland Cavaliers team down two games to none to start the Eastern Conference Finals may be fresh, it's n...
by: John Karalis — The Sports Daily: Reds Army 29 May
The Celtics are in as good a position as all but maybe a few teams in the NBA. Just by virtue of adding Gordon Hayward and Kyrie Irving, they will likely be the favorites to come out of the East ne…
by: Dan Karpuc Senior Writer — Give Me Sport 29 May
Given the team's success this season, this makes sense
by: Associated Press — Boston Globe Media 29 May
But he also said: "You never know what opportunities will present themselves."
by: Anonymous — Boston Herald 29 May
WALTHAM — This Celtic summer is far different than the last. Because of the development of the young players and the absence at the end of bona fide All-Stars, this year’s trip to the Eastern Conference finals looks starkly different from 2017’s — and...
by: Sam Amick, USA TODAY Sports — Detroit Free Press 29 May
The Golden State Warriors finally found their rhythm in the second half of Game 7 and are headed to the Finals for a fourth straight year.
by: Andrew Sbarra — The Sports Daily: Reds Army 28 May
For better or for worse, the roller coaster ride that was the 2017-2018 Boston Celtics season has finally came to an end. Although it didn’t end in the fashion they had hoped, the entire team…
by: Associated Press — Star Tribune 28 May
Danny Ainge tore apart the team that made the Eastern Conference finals last year, and then put together a new roster that came one victory from playing for an NBA title.
by: Bill Doyle The Worcester Telegram & Gazette — Providence Journal 28 May
WALTHAM, Mass. — Celtics president of basketball operations Danny Ainge admits he was puzzled by the reaction he received during the team’s deep playoff run without Kyrie Irving and Gordon Hayward that ended with a loss on Sunday in Game 7 of the Eastern.
by: Bob Garcia IV — Clutchpoints 28 May
The Boston Celtics saw their season coming to another disappointing end in the Eastern Conference Finals for a second straight year this time falling short in Game 7 against the Cleveland Cavaliers. This has immediately pushed the front office toward...
by: USA TODAY Sports — USA Today: LeBron Wire 28 May
Jeff Green underwent open-heart surgery in 2012. On Sunday night, he helped lead the Cleveland Cavaliers to the NBA Finals.
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