Irving Scores 17 In Return As Celtics Top Sloppy Nets 116-95Kyrie Irving scored 17 points to lead eight players in double figures as the Boston Celtics beat the Brooklyn Nets 116-95.
Cavaliers-Celtics: LeBron James, Terry Rozier And The Matchup GameIn the NBA conference finals, finding a mismatch is often the best way to create an advantage on offense.
The 2017 NBA Offseason And The 2018 Conference FinalsThe two biggest moves of the 2017 NBA offseason helped set the stage for this year's Eastern and Western Conference Finals match-ups.
Keidel: Is LeBron Playing The Best Basketball Of His Career?NBA fans are ever-eager to replace LeBron as the league's best player, even as he carries his Cavaliers through the NBA Playoffs again.
Don't Sleep On The CelticsThe undermanned Celtics embody the "next man up" mantra, beating the 76ers to start what will be an entertaining NBA Playoff series.
Marcus Smart's Thumb Injury May Hinder Celtics' Playoff HopesInjuries have hit the Boston Celtics once again, but the absence of point guard Marcus Smart may be too hard to overcome.
Keidel: LeBron James, Cavaliers Still No Threat To WestLeBron James and his retooled Cavs still can't compete with the Warriors or Rockets. And an offseason move to the Lakers won't change that.
Boston Athletes Were Outside Practicing During Historic BlizzardSome professional athletes were spotted getting in some work as the wind whipped during the blizzard of 2018.
Irving, Celtics Hold Off Nets On New Year's EveKyrie Irving scored 28 points, Al Horford had 10 points and 10 rebounds and the Boston Celtics held off the Brooklyn Nets on Sunday.
Beasley Scores Season-High 32 As Knicks Top CelticsMichael Beasley scored 28 of his season-high 32 points in the second half, helping the New York Knicks shake off a dismal return by Kristaps Porzingis to beat the Boston Celtics on Thursday night.
Keidel: Celtics Come Out On Winning End Of Irving-Thomas TradeIt's quite rare that a big trade between NBA teams -- particularly those including All-Stars -- benefit both clubs.
Lichtenstein: After Summer Of Change In NBA, The Elite Remain The SameThe Warriors and the Cavs are still the prohibitive favorites to return to the NBA Finals for a fourth consecutive year.