The Celtics refuse to go quietly into that dark night.
If you wanted heart, you got it. Paul Pierce, Jeff Green and Jason Terry combined for 73 points as they led the Celtics to victory over the New York Knicks in a thrilling 97-90 overtime win.
It's Playoff time. Even though the Toronto Raptors defeated the Boston Celtics, 114-90, the score truly isn't important. Tonight the Boston Celtics are still winners. The regular season is officially over and it's playoff time.
It wasn't easy, but the Boston Celtics finally have clinched a spot in the NBA playoffs with a thrilling 98-93 win over the Detroit Pistons.
My 3 hopes for the postseason: KG, Pierce, and Defense... none of them were available for tonight's game.
A terrific performance by Paul Pierce was not enough to stop Raymond Felton and the three-point barrage by the New York Knicks.
The Celtics bench stepped up bigtime led by Jason Terry and the whole team took the lead from the Captain as Paul Pierce finished with a triple double.
The Celtics were staring at a 6th straight loss but completed a comeback in the 4th quarter to steal one from the Cavs.
Pierce couldn't get the game winner and neither could Eric Gordon, but Anthony Davis was there to tip it in for the win.
If Celtics fans still had any doubts about what kind of player Jeff Green is, those doubts had to have been put to rest after Monday night. Unfortunately for the Celts, despite Green's career...
All is back to being right in the world as the Celtics erase the memories of last night's game and watch Pierce and Garnett climb up the all time record charts.
Paul Pierce sat out tonight's game. The rest of his teammates followed suit, except they were on the court.
The Celtics knew they'd be in for a tough test on the road against Western Conference power Oklahoma City on Sunday. They almost passed it. Down by just three headed into the fourth quarter, the...
Despite being down just 3 points at the end of the 3rd, the Celtics couldn't buy a bucket down the stretch and the Thunder pulled away for a comfortable 12 point win.
Last time the Celtics played the Hawks, they lost Rajon Rondo and they lost the game. This time around, they fought through adversity to win their 14th game in 18 tries.
If the Celtics and the Indiana Pacers wind up meeting in the postseason, make sure to buckle up. In a hyper-competitive game played with playoff intensity, the Celtics, playing the second night of...