While the Celtics have left the NBA bubble, coach Brad Stevens is excited for what lies ahead which may include the Larry O'Brien one day.
Wednesday, September 30, 2020
Brad Stevens on the 2019-20 Celtics: 'This group has a chance to be special'
While the Celtics have left the NBA bubble, coach Brad Stevens is excited for what lies ahead which may include the Larry O'Brien one day.
Causeway Street Podcast - What's next for the Celtics this offseason?
What went wrong for the Celtics against the Heat and who gets a slice of the blame pie? We discuss what's next going into the offseason and are they still contenders in the East? Tune in below to Episode 231 of the Causeway Street Podcast
Tuesday, September 29, 2020
Doc Rivers is out as Clippers' coach after seven seasons
Coach Doc Rivers and the Los Angeles Clippers have parted ways two weeks after the team's loss to the Denver Nuggets in the second round of the playoffs.
Monday, September 28, 2020
Report: Gordon Hayward needed two more weeks of rehab on sprained ankle
Celtics forward Gordon Hayward wanted to return from a right ankle sprain to help his team advance past the Eastern Conference Finals.
Brad Stevens on the Celtics after being eliminated by Miami: 'I really appreciated the way they played basketball all year'
The Celtics are not going back to the NBA Finals after being eliminated by the Miami Heat on Sunday in a 125-113 loss in Game 6.
Heat 125, Celtics 113: Bam Adebayo has career night to eliminate Boston in Game 6 [MIA wins series, 4-2]
The Celtics' quest to make it out of the Eastern Conference fell short, losing 125-113 to the Miami Heat in Game 6 Sunday night.
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Sunday, September 27, 2020
Celtics' key to Game 6 win starts with defense
The Celtics staved off elimination Friday night with a 121-108 comeback win over the Miami Heat to now trail 3-2 in the Eastern Conference Finals.
Saturday, September 26, 2020
Kemba Walker's halftime message in Game 5 keeps Celtics' season alive
Kemba Walker's veteran leadership came through in the Celtics' 121-108 Game 5 win to keep their season alive on Friday night.
Daniel Theis, Enes Kanter come up big for Celtics in Game 5
The Celtics turned it around in the second of half of Game 5, as they avoided being eliminated from the Eastern Conference Finals with a 121-108 win over the Miami Heat.
Friday, September 25, 2020
Celtics 121, Heat 108: Jayson Tatum, Jaylen Brown come alive in Game 5 [MIA leads series, 3-2]
The Celtics live to see another day, as their season was on the line and they survived the Miami Heat in a 121-108 Game 5 victory Friday night.
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Danny Ainge on the Celtics: 'I don't think this team is done'
The Celtics are against the ropes, as they trail the Miami Heat 3-1 in the Eastern Conference Finals.
Thursday, September 24, 2020
Jaylen Brown on the Breonna Taylor verdict: 'It doesn't surprise me at all'
On Wednesday afternoon, several NBA players spoke out on the news that none of the three Louisville police officers involved in the killing of Breonna Taylor would be charged in her death.
Celtics on the brink of elimination after sloppy play in Game 4
The Celtics missed a golden opportunity to make the Eastern Conference Finals a best-of-three series on Wednesday night, after falling 112-109 to the Miami Heat in Game 4.
Wednesday, September 23, 2020
Heat 112, Celtics 109: Tyler Herro leads Miami in Game 4, one win away from NBA Finals [MIA lead series, 3-1]
The Celtics are on the brink of elimination, after falling to the Miami Heat 112-109 in Game 4 Wednesday night and now trail 3-1 in the Eastern Conference Finals.
Tuesday, September 22, 2020
Causeway Street Podcast - Are Celtics, Heat Going the Distance in this Series?
Will the Eastern Conference Finals go the distance? We discuss Gordon Hayward being an x-factor for the Celtics going forward and at some point Jimmy Butler having a breakout game for the Heat. Tune in below for Episode 230 of the Causeway Street Podcast.
Romeo Langford is out for the season following wrist surgery
Marcus Smart says Celtics' locker room argument was 'electrifying,' led to Game 3 win
Marcus Smart finally spoke to the media about the Celtics' locker room argument heard around the world following the team's Game 2 loss to the Miami Heat.
Monday, September 21, 2020
How Game 3 was a character-building win for Brad Stevens, Celtics
It wasn't an easy 48 hours for the Celtics following another blown double-digit lead and loss in Game 2 to the Miami Heat.
Sunday, September 20, 2020
Gordon Hayward on Game 3 win: 'My ankle's pretty sore, but I'm proud of the way we fought'
Gordon Hayward provided a spark that the Celtics definitely needed to avoid going down 3-0 in the Eastern Conference Finals.
Celtics 117, Heat 106: Jaylen Brown, Jayson Tatum stay aggressive in Game 3 [MIA lead series, 2-1]
The Celtics finally didn't lose a lead in the third quarter, as they beat the Miami Heat 117-106 in a Game 3 wire-to-wire victory Saturday night and cut their Eastern Conference Finals deficit 2-1.
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Saturday, September 19, 2020
Report: Celtics optimistic about Gordon Hayward playing in Game 3
The Celtics remain optimistic that Gordon Hayward will be available Saturday night against the Miami Heat.
Friday, September 18, 2020
Gordon Hayward is listed as 'questionable' for Game 3
The Celtics have listed Gordon Hayward as "questionable" ahead of Game 3 of the Eastern Conference Finals.
Report: Marcus Smart, Jaylen Brown had to be separated while arguing in locker room following Game 2 loss
The Celtics locker room was explosive on Thursday night following the team's 106-101 loss to the Miami Heat in Game 2.
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Thursday, September 17, 2020
Heat 106, Celtics 101: Jimmy Butler leads rally to steal Game 2 [MIA lead series, 2-0]
The Celtics once again blew a double-digit lead in the second half, as the Miami Heat rallied to win 106-101 in Game 2 and take a 2-0 Eastern Conference Finals lead Thursday night.
Gordon Hayward listed as 'doubtful' for Game 2
The Celtics are trailing in their Eastern Conference Finals series 1-0 to the Miami Heat and help could be on the way "sooner, rather than later."
Jayson Tatum named to All-NBA Third Team, eligible for 'super max' extension
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Wednesday, September 16, 2020
Kemba Walker on his performance following Game 1: 'I'm just playing terrible'
Kemba Walker seems to be in some sort of shooting slump as of late and the Celtics All-Star has acknowledge that something has to change.
All-Star Jayson Tatum comes up short in Celtics Game 1 loss
If you haven't heard by now, Jayson Tatum game-tying dunk was blocked by Bam Adebayo in the closing seconds of the Celtics 117-114 overtime loss to the Miami Heat in Game 1 Tuesday night.
Tuesday, September 15, 2020
Heat 117, Celtics 114 [OT]: Bam Adebayo's block on Jayson Tatum seals Game 1 [MIA lead series, 1-0]
The Celtics blew a double-digit lead in the fourth quarter of Game 1 before heading into overtime and falling 117-114 to the Miami Heat Tuesday night.
Causeway Street Podcast - Celtics vs Heat Eastern Conference Finals Match-up
We discuss the Celtics and Heat, who are facing off in the Eastern Conference Finals for the first time since 2012. How deep is Miami outside of Jimmy Butler and Bam Adebayo? Was Kemba Walker exposed in the Raptors series? Tune in below to Episode 229 of Causeway Street!
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Monday, September 14, 2020
Celtics to take on the Heat in Eastern Conference Finals for the first time since 2012
The Celtics are back in the Eastern Conference Finals for the third time in four season and they're facing the Miami Heat, who are back in third round for the first time since 2014.
Sunday, September 13, 2020
Why Grant Williams could be useful during ECF after his role in Celtics Game 7 win
Forward Grant Williams was all smiles following Sunday's shootaround when he spoke for the first time since the Celtics beat the Toronto Raptors 92-87 in Game 7.
Brad Stevens on Celtics Game 7 win: 'the two plays of the night were Smart's block and Tatum's rebound'
The Celtics are heading back to the Eastern Conference Finals for the third time in four seasons after a huge Game 7 win over the Toronto Raptors Friday night.
Saturday, September 12, 2020
Gordon Hayward likely to return during Eastern Conference Finals
Celtics coach Brad Stevens says the team expects Gordon Hayward to return against the Miami Heat in the Eastern Conference Finals.
Celtics 92, Raptors 87: Jayson Tatum, Marcus Smart send defending champs home [BOS wins series, 4-3]
It wasn't easy but the Celtics are heading to the Eastern Conference Finals after beating the Toronto Raptors 92-87 in Game 7 Friday night.
Friday, September 11, 2020
Causeway Street Podcast - Celtics vs Raptors Game 7 Preview
We preview Game 7 between the Celtics and Raptors, plus talk the Brad Stevens vs Nick Nurse chess match and the battle of the All-Star point guards when it comes to Kemba Walker and Kyle Lowry. Tune in below to Episode 228 of the Causeway Street Podcast.
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Thursday, September 10, 2020
Kemba Walker on his Game 6 performance: 'I really just couldn't find a rhythm'
Game 6 between the Celtics and the Toronto Raptors was easily the best game of the series and arguably the best game of the 2020 NBA playoffs.
Wednesday, September 9, 2020
Raptors 125, Celtics 122 [2OT]: Kyle Lowry comes up big to force Game 7 [series tied, 3-3]
Kyle Lowry refused to let the Raptors go down without a fight, as the defending NBA champions forced two overtimes and a Game 7 against the Celtics with a 125-122 win to tie the series 3-3 Wednesday night.
Marcus Smart named to NBA's All-Defensive First Team
Marcus Smart has received recognition for his defense when the league announced their All-Defensive First and Second Team on Tuesday night.
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Tuesday, September 8, 2020
Why Jaylen Brown said he 'didn't change anything' prior to his Game 5 performance
Jaylen Brown bounced back nicely from a not so great shooting performance in the Celtics' Game 4 loss on Saturday night.
Monday, September 7, 2020
Celtics 111, Raptors 89: Jaylen Brown bounces back in Game 5 [BOS lead series, 3-2]
The Celtics went back to what they know best and that's playing hard-nosed defense, as they cruised past the Toronto Raptors 111-89 in Game 5 to take a 3-2 series lead Monday night.
Sunday, September 6, 2020
Kemba Walker says Celtics Game 4 loss was 'self-inflicted'
All-Star guard Kemba Walker took blame for the Celtics Game 4 loss to the Toronto Raptors on Saturday night and believes the team got in their own way from take a commanding 3-1 series lead.
Saturday, September 5, 2020
Raptors 100, Celtics 93: Pascal Siakam, Kyle Lowry dominate in Game 4 [series tied, 2-2]
The Celtics looked to forget they missed a golden opportunity to take a 3-0 lead on Friday, but instead let the Toronto Raptors have their way in a 100-93 Game 4 loss to even the series 2-2.
Gordon Hayward will return to bubble, not expected to play 'anytime soon'
Gordon Hayward is expected to rejoin his Celtics teammates in the NBA bubble, according to coach Brad Stevens.
Friday, September 4, 2020
Jaylen Brown calls Celtics Game 3 loss a 'disgrace'
Jaylen Brown was clearly upset after the Celtics Game 3 loss to the Toronto Raptors on a buzzer-beating 3-pointer.
Thursday, September 3, 2020
Raptors 104, Celtics 103: OG Anunoby's Game 3 buzzer beater keeps Toronto alive [BOS lead series, 2-1]
The Celtics were looking to take 3-0 series lead and win their seventh straight playoff game before OG Anunoby foiled their plans, as he hit a 3-pointer at the buzzer to give the Toronto Raptors a 104-103 victory in Game 3 on Thursday night.
Causeway Street Podcast - Can the Raptors still make this a series vs the Celtics?
Do the Raptors still have a chance in this series against the Celtics? Zach Peloquin joins us to talk about Toronto's current mental state. Plus, he gives us his predictions on the rest of the NBA Playoffs. Tune in below to Episode 227 of the Causeway Street Podcast.
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Wednesday, September 2, 2020
How Marcus Smart continues to do 'whatever needs to be done to win'
Marcus Smart left his mark once again, as the Celtics stole Game 2 from the Toronto Raptors to win 102-99 and go up 2-0 in their second round best-of-7 series on Tuesday night.
Tuesday, September 1, 2020
Celtics 102, Raptors 99: Marcus Smart comes alive in the fourth to steal Game 2 [BOS leads series, 2-0]
After an 18-point loss in Game 1, the Raptors made adjustments and had a double-digit lead before Marcus Smart scored 16 fourth quarter points to help the Celtics seal a 102-99 victory and take a 2-0 series lead.
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Gordon Hayward could return to NBA bubble soon, still not close to game action
According to Celtics coach Brad Stevens, Gordon Hayward could re-join his teammates in the NBA bubble very soon.
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