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Rajon Rondo "knows what a pro should be," Doc Rivers said. "He knows what a pro looks like and he knows how a leader acts."
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David Lee scored 18 points with 10 rebounds as the Golden State Warriors routed the Boston Celtics, 108-88, at TD Garden on Wednesday night.
This morning's "Celtics @ 7" wrapped up Rajon Rondo's BirthdayGate controversy after some parting words from team president of basketball operations Danny Ainge this week with "Toucher and Rich".
I've always kind of taken it as a given that there will be fireworks this summer.
Jared Sullinger was at a loss to explain how his Boston Celtics could win while committing a season-high 28 turnovers.
Celtics coach Brad Stevens called in Friday afternoon and talked with Andy Gresh and Scott Zolak prior to tonight's game against Paul Pierce, Kevin Garnett and the rest of the Brooklyn Nets.
Rajon Rondo 's game is supported by blazing speed, uncanny vision and ingenious decisions made in the blink of an eye.
Brooklyn's starting center did not travel with the Nets for Friday's matchup with the Celtics, meaning he'll miss his fourth straight game because of back spasms.
With the NBA season coming to a close and with the playoffs not too far out of sight, a few unfortunate teams are already gearing up for the offseason.
The Boston Celtics will not make the playoffs this season, but that doesn't mean head coach Brad Stevens doesn't, and shouldn't, have several achievable goals within reach.
The Boston Celtics star point guard turned 28 years old on Feb. 22, and we're still talking about his celebration nearly two weeks later.
The sophomore guard, averaging 21.3 points in the Wolverines' ongoing four-game win streak, is now up to No.
Louis Corbett is filling up a bank of visual memories, enough to last a lifetime.
Celtics coach Brad Stevens knew it would be a challenge to keep his team motivated for the final 22 games.
With the way things have been going this season, nobody expected much from the Boston Celtics on Wednesday night against the Golden State Warriors as Rajon Rondo and company suffered their seventh-straight loss.