The Brooklyn Nets enter a first-round playoff series with the Boston Celtics as overwhelming favorites to advance to the Eastern Conference Semifinals.
Boston Celtics star Jayson Tatum revealed this week that he continues to battle after-effects of COVID-19 more than one month after his initial positive test.
The Game 6 showdown between the Toronto Raptors and Boston Celtics became an instant NBA playoffs classic, and to say Kanye West enjoyed the game in a patently extravagant manner would be an understat
Marcus Smart leaned on firsthand experience when issuing a warning to young NBA players this week that the coronavirus is not something to take lightly.
Gordon Hayward will put family first when it comes to playing in the NBA’s return to play in Orlando, Fla., if the situation at home compels him leave the bubble.
Marcus Smart is doing as well as can be imagined given the circumstances after being diagnosed with COVID-19, according to Brad Stevens.
NBA players routinely laud Adam Silver for his steady, supportive and inspiring brand of leadership, and Boston Celtics star Enes Kanter became the latest one to praise the commissioner for his handli
Many believe that Kyrie Irving’s mercurial behavior played a significant role in the Boston Celtics’ 2018-19 season falling well short of expectations. Danny Ainge is not one of them.
Boston Celtics fans will boo Kyrie Irving the first time he makes a return to TD Garden. That’s a certainty.
Enes Kanter is set to embark upon his first season with the Boston Celtics, and the center left no doubt he is happy that the organization replaced one superstar with another one.
Gordon Hayward provided an encouraging update this week on his preparations of the 2019-20 NBA season, indicating that he has been working out this summer without any restrictions.
Kemba Walker is happy to have joined the Boston Celtics, something he made clear during Wednesday’s introductory news conference, but the superstar admitted the decision to leave the Charlotte Hornets
Enes Kanter has wasted no time endearing himself to Boston Celtics fans thanks to a zinger at the expense of Kyrie Irving.
With Irving’s reported four-year, $141 million with the Brooklyn Nets — where the New Jersey native will join pal Kevin Durant — now official, Celtics head coach Brad Stevens weighed in on the super
It’s plainly evident that Kyrie Irving’s relationship with the Boston Celtics greatly deteriorated in his second season with the team.