Kyrie Irving Roasted About Duke by Children's Hospital Patient
The Boston Celtics guard paid a visit to Boston Children's Hospital, and one kid went in on him about Duke losing to Gonzaga.
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It's OK to Bring Gordon Hayward Off the Bench
Arguably the Boston Celtics' best player, here's why Brad Stevens may want to experiment with a lineup decision that looks pretty controversial.
With Gordon Hayward, the Celtics Can Have Their Cake and Eat It, Too
July 4th provided even more fireworks than usual in Boston, when the East's one seed added free agency's most coveted player.
By Going Small, the Celtics Have Discovered a Big Advantage Against the Bulls
The Bulls won Games 1 and 2 of their series against the Celtics because of an advantage on the offensive glass. Boston coach Brad Stevens has countered with a small and quick lineup.
How to Save the Celtics? Start with the Turnovers
The Boston Celtics find themselves in an 0-2 hole to the Bulls in large part because they're turning the ball over more than they ever did in the regular season.
For a Shot at the East, the Celtics Defense Needs to Step Up
The Celtics' offense alone isn't strong enough to power them to a late postseason run in the East. They’re going to have to step up the defense in the playoffs, and that will fall to a Boston's quartet of perimeter players.
Isaiah Thomas and the Boston Celtics Evolve, Despite a Slow Start
It's been a rocky season so far in Boston, but Isaiah Thomas has kept Brad Stevens' team competitive.
In Al Horford, Brad Stevens Has an All-Star and a Perfect Fit
Few NBA players are more well-rounded—or more consistently excellent in more ways—than Al Horford. We talked to Brad Stevens about how he'll use his new star.
Can Anyone Steal The Eastern Conference From The Cavs?
Cleveland has dominated the Eastern Conference all season, while simultaneously looking like they could fall apart at any time. Can anyone take advantage?
Once A Prodigy, Indiana's Yogi Ferrell Is Looking To Build A March Madness Legacy
Yogi Ferrell has been touted as a basketball prodigy since he was in fourth grade. After four years of progress at Indiana, he's aiming to secure his legacy.
Isaiah Thomas Is a Star, Whether the NBA Admits It or Not
The Boston Celtics are not quite building around Thomas, but he appears to be a vital part of the team's future.
Watching The Boston Celtics, A Pretty Good Basketball Team
The conventional wisdom in the NBA is that it's worse to be in the middle than to be terrible. This doesn't explain the Celtics, who make "pretty good" seem great.