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Posts Tagged ‘Boston Celtics’

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Celtics vs. Bucks Preview

Posted by Emily on November 1st, 2012

The Boston Celtics will attempt to bounce back from their season opening loss to the Miami Heat (120-107). They will face off with the Milwaukee Bucks this Friday, November 2 at 7:30PM. (more)
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This Week in Boston (October 15 – 21)

Posted by Emily on October 15th, 2012

The Celtics will open at home this Tuesday against the Brooklyn Nets. The team’s preseason opener was in Turkey where they lost to Fenerbahce Ulker 97-91. The Celtics then beat Milano 105-75, however, evening out their record 1-1. They returned to Boston last Monday hopefully after bonding as a cohesive unit. After playing the New York Knicks in CT this past weekend, catch them at the TD Garden on Tuesday to see if they can make a mark in the preseason. (more)
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Celtics vs. Nets: 1st Preaseason Home Game

Posted by Emily on October 11th, 2012

The Boston Celtics are back in the United States and will be at the TD Garden to face off the Brooklyn Nets next Tuesday, October 16. The team’s preseason opener was in Turkey last Friday where they lost to Fenerbahce Ulker 97-91. Hopefully their home opener against the Nets will end differently. (more)
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Celtics Look to Bring Out the Best in Darko Milicic

Posted by Andy on October 4th, 2012

Darko Milicic, the Celtics recent addition at the center position, is less known by his play through nine years in the league but more thought of as the guy drafted ahead of Carmelo Anthony, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh in the 2003 NBA Draft. The 7-foot player out of Serbia won a title with the Detroit Pistons his rookie year but has yet to  (more)
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Celtics Jet Off On Europe Trip

Posted by Emily on October 2nd, 2012

In the 2007 preseason, the Celtics embarked on a trip to Rome and London to challenge the Pistons and Cavaliers in the Eastern Conference. The trip was initially designed to get newcomers Kevin Garnett and Ray Allen acquainted with the team. The players all bonded together and when they came back, had a team chemistry that could not be beat. (more)
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Collins Eager to Find Role with C’s

Posted by Andy on September 25th, 2012

Jason Collins, one of the several key additions to the Celtics roster this summer, was interviewed at the team’s annual Shamrock Classic golf tournament and showed a great deal of enthusiasm while speaking of the upcoming regular season. (more)
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Celtics Officially Sign Jeff Green

Posted by Andy on August 23rd, 2012

The Boston Celtics have improved their roster once again this offseason, officially singing forward Jeff Green after over a month of contract negotiations. The new deal is rumored to be for four years and approximately $36 million. (more)
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Celtics Add Jay Larranaga to Coaching Staff

Posted by Andy on August 21st, 2012

The Boston Celtics have reportedly just hired Jay Larranaga as an assistant coach. The former head coach of the NBA Developmental League’s Erie Bayhawks led the team to a 60-40 record over the past two seasons. He is the son of University of Miami basketball head coach Jim Larranaga. (more)
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Jason Terry Sees Celtics as Title Contenders

Posted by Andy on August 15th, 2012

Veteran shooting guard Jason Terry is well known for expressing a great deal of confidence in teams he’s played for, and this year is certainly no different. The Celtics new acquisition has no doubt that Boston will once again be in contention for a title, backing up his statements with a tattoo on his left forearm depicting the Celtics leprechaun balancing the Larry O’Brien trophy. (more)
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Team USA May Call on Doc Rivers to Coach

Posted by Andy on August 13th, 2012

USA Basketball just recently capped their 2012 Olympic showcase with a 107-100 victory over Spain to win gold once again. Led by superstars LeBron James, Kevin Durant and Kobe Bryant, the team proved that the 2008 games in Beijing were no fluke by handling any and all competition thrown their way. Under coach Mike Krzyzewski, who vows to leave the U.S. bench following this year’s Olympics, the team (more)