Jaylen Brown will return to the Celtics lineup tonight against the Dallas Mavericks, after sitting out in Monday's loss to the New Orleans Pelicans with a hip injury.
Wednesday, March 31, 2021
Jaylen Brown (hip) will play vs Mavericks, Romeo Langford still out
Tuesday, March 30, 2021
Evan Fournier goes scoreless in Celtics debut vs Pelicans
It had been a wild four days for recently acquired Evan Fournier, who the Celtics traded Jeff Teague and two second-round picks to the Orlando Magic for at the NBA trade deadline.
Pelicans 115, Celtics 109: Rally falls short in front of TD Garden fans, despite Jayson Tatum's 34 points
The Celtics fell to the New Orleans Pelicans 115-109 in front of fans for the first time since before the pandemic at TD Garden Monday night.
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Monday, March 29, 2021
Evan Fournier to make Celtics debut vs Pelicans, Jaylen Brown (hip) out
The Celtics released their updated injury report late Monday morning for tonight's matchup against the New Orleans Pelicans.
Luke Kornet makes impact in Celtics debut, says 'I was hoping to come in'
Luke Kornet made quite an impact in his Celtics debut to help rally past the Oklahoma City Thunder 111-94 Saturday night.
Sunday, March 28, 2021
Celtics 111, Thunder 94: Jayson Tatum, Jaylen Brown led rally for second straight win
The shorthanded Celtics used a fourth quarter rally to beat the Oklahoma City Thunder 111-94 Saturday night at Chesapeake Energy Arena.
Saturday, March 27, 2021
Evan Fournier is out vs Thunder due to being in health and safety protocol
The Celtics debut of new acquisition Evan Fournier will have to wait, as the veteran guard has been placed into the league's health and safety protocol, according to the team's updated injury report.
Celtics reportedly were finalist to acquire Nikola Vucevic, Aaron Gordon before trade deadline
Danny Ainge and the Celtics were pretty busy on Thursday before the 3 PM NBA trading deadline.
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Celtics 122, Bucks 114: Jayson Tatum, Marcus Smart shoot lights out to avenge prior loss in Milwaukee
The Celtics beat the Milwaukee Bucks 122-114 and snapped their eight-game win streak Friday night at the Fiserv Forum.
Friday, March 26, 2021
Andre Drummond considering signing with Celtics following meeting
Since trading for Isaiah Thomas in 2015, the Celtics have been quiet at the trade deadline. That all changed yesterday, when Boston acquired Evan Fournier for Jeff Teague and two future second-round picks. They also parted ways with upcoming free-agent Daniel Theis, acquiring Moe Wagner and Luke Kornet in return.
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Causeway Street Podcast - Celtics/NBA trade deadline reactions
We discuss Danny Ainge making his first in-season trade since 2015 and how Evan Fournier will impact this Celtics roster. Plus, we talk Daniel Theis, NBA headlines and more! Tune in below to Episode 255 of the Causeway Street Podcast, powered by BETOnline.AG.
Danny Ainge on Celtics' trade deadline moves: 'I want our players, coach to feel hope'
Thursday, March 25, 2021
Celtics trade Daniel Theis to Bulls, send Jeff Teague to Magic
The Celtics made a second move of the day just prior to the 3 PM NBA trade deadline, by sending Daniel Theis to the Chicago Bulls for Mo Wagner and a draft pick, per Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN.
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Celtics trade draft picks to Orlando Magic for Evan Fournier
The Celtics have reportedly finalized a deal to acquire Orlando Magic guard Evan Fournier for two-second round picks with hours left before Thursday's trade deadline, according to Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN.
Bucks 121, Celtics 119: Daniel Theis misses game-winner to complete 25-point comeback
It would have a been the biggest comeback win of the season for the Celtics as Daniel Theis' corner 3-point attempt rimmed out and the final buzzer sounded. The Milwaukee Bucks barely held on to a 121-119 victory at Fiserv Forum Wednesday night.
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Wednesday, March 24, 2021
Rumors: Celtics reportedly interested in LaMarcus Aldridge, Andre Drummond as buyout candidates
The Celtics rumor-mill continues to spin with less than 24 hours before the NBA trade deadline, Danny Ainge is reportedly interested in bigs LaMarcus Aldridge and Andre Drummond.
Tuesday, March 23, 2021
Celtics reportedly 'frontrunners' to acquire Aaron Gordon at NBA trade deadline
Just when you thought Danny Ainge would sit tight at the trade deadline, the newest trade rumor seems to have squashed that narrative.
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Celtics Rumors: Hawks show interest in trading John Collins for Marcus Smart
It's no surprise that the Atlanta Hawks' big man John Collins has been linked to Celtics' trade rumors for some time now.
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Grizzlies 132, Celtics 126 [OT]: Ja Morant, Dillon Brooks too much to overcome in Memphis
It went down to the wire for the Celtics, but couldn't hold on as they fell to the Memphis Grizzlies 132-126 in overtime at FedEx Forum Monday night.
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Monday, March 22, 2021
Marcus Smart on Celtics following team meeting: 'We still have time'
After the Celtics' 107-96 disappointing loss to the Sacramento Kings on Friday night, the team got together to discuss what direction it wanted go in.
Sunday, March 21, 2021
Celtics 112, Magic 96: Jaylen Brown sets career-high with 10 3-pointers to snap three-game skid
The Celtics snapped a three-game losing streak after cruising past the Orlando Magic to a 112-96 win Sunday afternoon at TD Garden.
Saturday, March 20, 2021
Brad Stevens says Celtics need to be more 'engaged in each other' following third straight loss
Celtics coach Brad Stevens began his Friday evening confirming he was not leaving the team before a 107-96 loss to the Sacramento Kings at TD Garden.
Kings 107, Celtics 96: Richaun Holmes, De'Aaron Fox lead sweep of season series
It was another poorly executed fourth quarter for the Celtics who were swept in a season series by the Sacramento Kings for the first time since 2007, following a 107-96 loss Friday night at TD Garden.
Friday, March 19, 2021
Why Paul Pierce doesn't want to place added pressure on Jayson Tatum, Jaylen Brown
Celtics legend and future Hall-of-Famer Paul Pierce knows a thing or two about handling pressure in a city like Boston.
Causeway Street Podcast - What's the Celtics' current state?
We discuss the Celtics' current state with guest Zach Peloquin, what potential changes and or deals could be made by next week's NBA trade deadline. Tune in below to Episode 254 of the Causeway Street Podcast, powered by BETOnline.AG.
Thursday, March 18, 2021
Danny Ainge says Celtics lack 'characteristics of a really good team'
The Celtics are back to a .500 team at 20-20 after falling to the Cavaliers 117-110 Wednesday night for their second straight loss.
Cavaliers 117, Celtics 110: Jayson Tatum, Jaylen Brown come up short vs Cleveland's young duo
The Celtics jumped out to 2-0 lead; their only one of the night against the Cleveland Cavaliers, before falling behind by 21-points in route to a 117-110 loss at Rocket Mortgage Fieldhouse Wednesday.
Wednesday, March 17, 2021
Kemba Walker (rest) out vs Cavaliers
Kemba Walker won't be in the lineup Wednesday, as the Celtics face the Cleveland Cavaliers on a second night of a back-to-back.
Jazz 117, Celtics 109: Jayson Tatum, Jaylen Brown combine for 57 points in home loss
The Celtics once again held their own with one of the league's best teams in the Utah Jazz but, in the end poor late game-execution led to a 117-109 loss at TD Garden Tuesday night.
Tuesday, March 16, 2021
Celtics reportedly could trade Tristan Thompson to Toronto Raptors
Tristan Thompson played nine seasons for the Cleveland Cavaliers before signing a two-year, $19 million deal with the Celtics this past offseason and the big man reportedly could be on the move again.
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Monday, March 15, 2021
Celtics 134, Rockets 107: Jaylen Brown, Robert Williams hand Houston their 16th straight loss
The Celtics bounced back to cruise to a 134-107 win over the Houston Rockets Sunday night at the Toyota Center.
Sunday, March 14, 2021
Why trade targets Harrison Barnes, Lonzo Ball would be good fit for Celtics
The NBA trade deadline is less than two weeks away and the Celtics are reportedly looking to upgrade their roster for a push through the Eastern Conference playoffs.
Saturday, March 13, 2021
Marcus Smart happy to be back, despite Celtics' loss to Nets
Marcus Smart returned to the Celtics' lineup Thursday night after missing 18 straight games with a left calf tear. The veteran guard's shooting performance helped his teammates keep pace with the Brooklyn Nets for about three and a half quarters before they ultimately lost 121-109 at the Barclays Center.
Friday, March 12, 2021
Celtics' Jaylen Brown, Jayson Tatum, Kemba Walker among Olympic finalists; Marcus Smart opts out
The Celtics core four of Jaylen Brown, Jayson Tatum, Kemba Walker and Marcus Smart have reportedly made the cut as finalists for the 2021 U.S. Olympic team.
Danny Ainge says Celtics will 'most likely' use trade exception in offseason
With the NBA trade deadline quickly approaching on March 25, the Celtics may be in no rush to use their $28.5 million exception anytime soon.
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Nets 121, Celtics 109: Jayson Tatum's 31, Marcus Smart return overpowered by Kyrie Irving's 40-piece
After missing 18 straight games due to a left calf-strain, the Celtics welcomed back Marcus Smart off the bench on Thursday night, beginning the second-half of their schedule.
Thursday, March 11, 2021
Causeway Street Podcast - Are the Celtics finally healthy?
Dan Greenberg of BarStool Sports joins us to talk about the return of Marcus Smart, Celtics' trade targets and what to expect in the second half of the season, especially if no moves are made. Tune in below to Episode 253 of the Causeway Street Podcast, powered by BETOnline.AG.
Wednesday, March 10, 2021
Marcus Smart to return Thursday vs. Brooklyn Nets
It was a week ago that coach Brad Stevens said Marcus Smart was "getting a lot closer" to a return from a calf injury that kept him sidelined all of the month of February.
Why Mason Plumlee, Wayne Ellington trade could be an upgrade for Celtics roster
Free agent Blake Griffin has signed with the Brooklyn Nets after the Detroit Pistons bought out the veteran forward's contract last week, as teams prepare for a second half of the season push towards the playoffs.
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Tuesday, March 9, 2021
Paul Pierce, Bill Russell (as a coach) among Hall-of-Fame finalists
Celtics star Paul Pierce, Los Angeles Lakers guard Michael Cooper and 11-time NBA All-Star Chris Bosh lead a list of 14 finalists for the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame Class of 2021.
Monday, March 8, 2021
Jaylen Brown, Jayson Tatum shine in All-Star Game
Team LeBron took a huge lead into the fourth quarter in rout of a 170-150 win over Team Durant in Sunday night's NBA All-Star game at State Farm Arena.
Sunday, March 7, 2021
Celtics reportedly interested in Cavaliers forward Larry Nance Jr.
Danny Ainge continues to explore the trade market, as the Celtics reportedly have a target list they keep adding to.
Saturday, March 6, 2021
Causeway Street Podcast - Have the Celtics turned a corner on the season?
We discuss if the Celtics have turned a corner following their current four-game win streak, as Kemba Walker is back to his All-Star self and the emergence of Robert Williams III. Tune in below to Episode 252 of the Causeway Street Podcast, powered by BETOnline.AG.
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Friday, March 5, 2021
Celtics Rumors: Why Nikola Vucevic, Jerami Grant are unrealistic trade targets
Since acquiring a hefty $28.5 million trade exception from the Gordon Hayward sign-and-trade with the Charlotte Hornets during the off-season, the Celtics have been mentioned in virtually any trade rumor imaginable with players that fit within that cap number.
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Jaylen 'Under-Appreciated' Brown picked by LeBron James, Jayson Tatum to start alongside Bradley Beal
Thursday night captains LeBron James and Kevin Durant picked their All-Star teams live on TNT. Jaylen Brown was selected to Team LeBron, while Jayson Tatum will play for Team Durant.
Celtics 132, Raptors 125: Jayson Tatum, C's bench hold off depleted Toronto for fourth straight win
A week ago the Celtics were under .500 and treading water before they completed a four-game homestand sweep Thursday night with a 132-125 win over the Toronto Raptors at TD Garden.
Thursday, March 4, 2021
Danny Ainge calls criticism of Celtics' trade practices 'ridiculous'
Danny Ainge has been pretty clear that he'll accept any and all blame for the Celtics' 18-17 disappointing record so far.
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Wednesday, March 3, 2021
Marcus Smart 'getting a lot closer' to return after All-Star break
Marcus Smart is reportedly to make his return from a calf strain after the All-Star break and his progress from rehab has been a good one, according to coach Brad Stevens.
Jaylen Brown, Jayson Tatum to compete in NBA 3-point contest at All-Star Weekend
Celtics 117, Clippers 112: Kemba Walker lifts team past L.A. for third straight win
The Celtics are over .500 once again, after beating the Los Angeles Clippers 117-112 Tuesday night at TD Garden for their third straight win.
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