After a 1-4 road trip, the Celtics return home on Wednesday. Two of the next seventeen games are against opponents over .500.
Once again, the Celtics fell behind by double-digits, and once again, they couldn’t secure the victory.
Theis is ahead of schedule after being ruled out indefinitely two weeks ago.
Tonight will feature a star guard duel in Oregon
Same tune, different city: an uneven performance against Utah and a chance turn the tide in Portland
Putting the Celtics’ early season middle of the road-ness into perspective
There’s one combination that has repeatedly produced results that Boston will continue to use amid their offensive struggles.
Gordon Hayward made his return to Salt Lake City tonight, but the Celtics couldn’t make it a winning homecoming.
After a crazy comeback in overtime vs. the Suns last night, it will be a quick turnaround as the Celtics face up against the Utah Jazz.
A last-second surge against the Phoenix Suns was undoubtedly thrilling, but the Celtics will need more complete efforts going forward if they want to contend.
The Celtics can thank a resurgent Irving for their 7-4 record in spite of infuriating stretches of defensive lapses, poor shot selection and effort.
Irving will miss Friday’s game to attend his grandfather’s memorial service.
It’s been over a month since the All-Star made his return to the Celtics. How has he looked, and how much further does he need to go?
Kyrie Irving and Jaylen Brown keyed the comeback in Boston’s wild win in the desert