Boston Celtics Are Tied for the Atlantic Division Lead

The Boston Celtics have won four in a row, improved to .500 (4-4)


No Return in Sight For Kobe Bryant, Rajon Rondo

by Brandon C. Williams Snap. Crackle. Pop. Like the first bowl of a fresh box of Rice Krispies, New York Knicks C Tyson Chandler’s non-displaced fracture of his right tibia leaves him sidelined until at least mid-December while also creating


Gerald Wallace Sounds Uncomfortable In Boston

Every time Gerald Wallace opens his mouth, it sounds to me like a guy bucking for a trade. He is trying to grease the skids out of town. It started in the preseason with his attempts at “leadership.” However,


Caron Butler Fined $15K For Gesture

NEW YORK — Milwaukee forward Caron Butler was fined $15,000 by the NBA on Wednesday for making an obscene gesture during the Bucks’ game in Boston on Friday night. Butler made the gesture with 3:54 left in the Bucks’

Kendall Marshall

Celtics Interested In Marshall, But $ Is A Problem

The Boston Celtics are interested in Kendall Marshall; only problem is: they can't really afford him.


Are The Celtics Interested In Kendall Marshall?

The Boston Globe reports the Celtics could be interested in free agent Kendall Marshall.


Domestic Violence Case Against Sullinger Throw Out

The domestic violence case against Celtic forward Jared Sullinger was dismissed Monday, according to MassLive.com.


Ainge Says Celtics In Talks To Extend Avery Bradley

Not to spoil a story in the first sentence, but this may well not come together. One month ago Celtics GM Danny Ainge said he would wait until next summer when Avery Bradley was a restricted free agent to


Doc Rivers Comments on Heat’s Criticism

Doc Rivers weighed in on the side of Kevin Garnett and Paul Pierce in the ex-Celtics versus Heat feud.


Rajon Rondo Will Start Doing Contact Drills

Rondo spoke with reporters after the Celtics' 107-97 win over the Nets on Wednesday, and said he's getting closer.