Friday, September 30, 2016
CWS Podcast - The End of an Era
The day has come to see a couple of former Celtics and future Hall-of-Fame inductees call it a career as Kevin Garnett has decided to officially retire from the NBA after 21 seasons, while Paul Pierce, 'The Truth' will also hang them up after the 2016-17 season, his 19th and final year. We discuss when both players numbers should be retired at the TD Garden and also express our thoughts on KG possibly being the best power forward of all time. Plus some Celtics Media Day highlights from this past week. What's next for Marcus Smart and what is Isaiah Thomas finally avoiding now a days? We'll also talk news around the league and much more, take a listen to the Causeway Street Podcast below:
Thursday, September 29, 2016
Jaylen Brown, New Teammates Excited for Upcoming Season
Making the transition from college to the pros is never an easy one.
For Jaylen Brown -- the No. 3 overall pick -- it's especially difficult. Unlike rookies Ben Simmons and Brandom Ingram, Brown was drafted by a team that's destined to make the playoffs and is considered to be one of the better teams in the Eastern Conference.
Wednesday, September 28, 2016
Danny Ainge Pays Tribute to Kevin Garnett, Paul Pierce
While answering questions surrounding the 2016-17 Celtics team, the president of basketball operations spoke about Kevin Garnett's retirement, Paul Pierce's announcement of his plans to retire at the end of next season and if the franchise plans on retiring both of their numbers.
Celtics Teammates Impressed by Terry Rozier's Newfound Confidence
Terry Rozier appears to be ready for a larger role with the Celtics this season. The confident young point guard is coming into his own and his teammates have noticed the strides he's made throughout the offseason.
Tuesday, September 27, 2016
Brad Stevens is Not Setting Expectations for 2016-17 Season
Brad Stevens isn't going to set any goals for his team this year, instead, he'll seek progress out of his players day-by-day in hopes of improving on last season's 48-34 2015-16 regular season record, and go from there.
Teammates Praise Al Horford, who Believes the Celtics can Chase an NBA Title
As the anticipation of Al Horford's Celtics debut builds, most of his newest teammates spent their time at the podium at Media Day on Monday praising the four-time All-Star.
Isaiah Thomas Improves Diet, consulted with Harvard 'sleep doctor' this offseason
Isaiah Thomas has been in the NBA long enough to know just how important health and conditioning is during the offseason and told reporters at Celtics' Media Day on Monday how the changes he's made will make him a better player this year.
Monday, September 26, 2016
Paul Pierce to retire after this upcoming season
Another former Celtic is calling it a career, but not before he enjoys one last ride into the sunset.
Paul Pierce will play his 19th and final year in the NBA, as he plans to retire at the end of the 2016-17 season. He made an official announcement via: The Players' Tribune on Monday morning, and shared it all over his social media accounts including Facebook and Twitter.
Friday, September 23, 2016
Kevin Garnett to retire After 21 Seasons
After reaching a buyout with the Minnesota Timberwolves earlier this week, Kevin Garnett took to Instagram to announce his retirement -- leaving behind a 21-year NBA career as one of the most gifted power forward the league has ever seen.
Wednesday, September 21, 2016
CWS Podcast - Who will be the Celtics sixth man?
We're back! Who will step up now that Evan Turner is gone for the Celtics? Is this finally going to be the breakout season for Marcus Smart? Will Jaylen Brown make a name for himself as a rookie or is he considered a bust before playing in his first NBA game? We discuss these topics plus take a trip around the NBA in this latest episode of the Causeway Street Podcast! Take a listen below. Don't forget to also follow us on Twitter @CausewayStreet, @Joe_Sway10 [Josué] & @SeanDutra [Sean]
Wednesday, September 14, 2016
Isaiah Thomas Surprises Cambridge 14-Year-Old on 'Good Morning America'
|Robbie McNalty's Instagram|
Isaiah Thomas surprised 14-year-old Robbie McNulty for the second straight week by inviting him to an upcoming Celtics game as the two appeared via video on ABC's "Good Morning America."
After joining McNulty for a surprise shooting session at a Cambridge park last week, Thomas stunned the teenager again by inviting him to a game at TD Garden.
Wednesday, September 7, 2016
Doc Rivers on Paul Pierce playing next season: 'He still may change his mind'
According to Clippers head coach Doc Rivers, Paul Pierce still hasn't decided if he's going to return for the 2016-17 NBA season, but if he decides to call it quits -- Rivers will make sure he retires a Celtic.
Jaylen Brown Works Out With Jimmy Butler
Celtics rookie Jaylen Brown is gearing up for his NBA debut by working out with one of the best shooting guards in the league.
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