Doc is coming back until he says he's not coming back, but what if he says he's not coming back?
Doc Rivers keeps saying "I'm coming back until I say I'm not coming back" which is somewhat of a non-committal type of commitment, but personally I'm happy to take him at his face-value word on that.
See, Wyc is just like you and me. Except that he actually owns the Celtics and has millions and millions of dollars.
Potential Celtics prospects put their skills and athleticism to the test at the 2013 NBA Draft Combine.
He just won't let this Doc Rivers thing die. Is there smoke there or is this just one man barking up the wrong tree?
He was once the centerpiece of a deal that started the KG era. Could he be the catalyst for the end of that same era?
Consider this the opening salvo of rumors between these two teams. They were reportedly close near the deadline and now--according to Stephen A. Smith--they're flirting again.
I know that Danny Ainge will kick the tires on just about anything, but I still don't see a Pierce trade as being very realistic.
According to reports, the former Celtic turned Rondo-consultant will sign with the Memphis Grizzlies soon.
I love Kendrick Perkins and I'd love to see him back on the Celtics. So when I hear rumblings of rumors about the Thunder maybe, possibly, perhaps using the amnesty clause on him and the Celtics...
Hearing that Celtics have former Charlotte big man D.J. White in their sights for 10-day deal now that White's season in China is over— Marc Stein (@ESPNSteinLine) February 22, 2013
After trading Jason Collins yesterday, Boston is left with a big hole in the back up center position with only Fab Melo to fill the void. ESPN's Marc Stein is reporting that the Celtics are looking at former Hoosier/Bobcat/Thunder D.J. White for a 10-day tryout. For what it's worth, White tore up the CBA, averaging almost 22 and 10 overseas. By comparison, newly signed Terrence Williams was a 13/3/4 threat in China.