Celtics captain Paul Pierce didn’t let a sore knee slow him down in Boston’s 101-79 Game 4 victory over the Hawks, scoring a team-high 24-points in under 17 minutes of play.
With their star point guard out for Game 2, the Boston Celtics turned to an old reliable to carry the load.
Celtics point guard Rajon Rondo needs to smarten up.
Craig wasn’t buying Rajon Rondo’s explanation, saying he deserves whatever suspension comes his way.
Veteran point guard Keyon Dooling spoke with Toucher & Rich about being the Vice President for the NBA Players Association during the lockout, the seven game suspension of Ron Artest and hyping up Celtics guard Avery Bradley.
Sunday’s less-than-sensational game from Lin won’t do anything to curb the speculation that Baron Davis could eventually take over at point guard.
Knicks point guard Jeremy Lin was a star at Harvard. He just hasn’t been able to replicate that success at TD Garden.
The Knicks lost a overtime heartbreaker to the Celtics 115-111 at the TD Garden on Sunday.
Neil Keefe is joined by Ryan Hadfield of WEEI.com to talk about the Knicks and Celtics, how Jeremy Lin’s taken over the basketball world and the state of sports journalism in both cities.
Organizers say Kobe Bryant, Kevin Durant and Dwyane Wade are expected to headline the World All-Star Classic in Puerto Rico on Sunday.
Regardless of who you root for, if you were watching Saturday night’s game you couldn’t help but be inspired by Rajon Rondo’s toughness, having a dislocated elbow popped back in to place and playing the remainder of the game.
Rajon Rondo had six points and 11 assists despite playing the fourth quarter with a dislocated left elbow, and the Boston Celtics beat the Miami Heat 97-81 on Saturday night in Game 3 of the Eastern Conference semifinals.
After one completed game in each series, here’s what we know about the second round of the NBA playoffs.
Paul Pierce scored 38 points, Ray Allen added 32, and Rajon Rondo had a Celtics’ playoff-record 20 assists as Boston beat the New York Knicks 113-96 on Friday night to take a 3-0 in their first-round playoff series.
Spike Lee and the celebrities will pack the place. ESPN will be there to televise it. After seven long years, Madison Square Garden is finally open again for postseason basketball business.