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The In-Season Tournament could provide a platform for the Celtics to dominant in the postseason.
A few notes on potential depth pieces, and a salary cap cheat code to facilitate an Alex Caruso trade.
The Boston Celtics need to attack the rim a little bit more
The Celtics-Bulls game caused a fuss, but not in the eyes of Porzingis.
Welcome back to everyone’s favorite show: trying to figure out who the Celtics’ rivals are. The 76ers are coming to town, but are they a true rival?
Luke Kornet is doing his job offensively, Jaylen Brown has started to move the rock, and Joe Mazzulla deserves more respect.
Scoreboard watching, starters in the fourth quarter of a blowout playing hard and tension between head coaches made the most forgettable of regular season games a moment.
Kristaps Porzingis’ shooting, screening and post-ups powered a hot offensive start for the Celtics that already slowed before his injury on Friday.
His assist-to-turnover ratio is among the league leaders.
Jrue Holiday is doing everything he’s asked, and just a little bit more.
Tatum’s improving post-game, Joe throwing different defensive looks, and the clean fun of hating Philadelphia.
It’s only mid-November, but yes, this team has a whole lot of that team’s energy brewing.
Using highly-classified statistical analysis formulas, I have arrived to parse the complex parameters of the season. Wink, wink.
After the Celtics 114-98 victory over the Knicks, head coach Joe Mazzulla hilariously played coy over the emergence of sharpshooter and defensive stopper.
KP has seamlessly and smoothly reinvented the Celtics on both ends of the court, and this is only the beginning.
How does Boston’s hot start compare to their 21-5 run to begin last year?
I demand to be excited about the In-Season Tournament, so I’m taking it upon myself to make everyone agree with me
For Joe Mazzulla — a numbers guy — the unquantifiable value of momentum has been part of his calculations as he starts his second season as Celtics head coach.
The Celtics’ offense shined in their first full week of regular season basketball.
Aaron Nesmith returned to TD Garden after one of the best games of his career and signing a long-term extension with the Pacers.
Grant Williams, Marcus Smart, and Malcolm Brogdon headline a cast of ex-Celtics performing well for new franchises.
Jaylen Brown is doing the little things, Derrick is solidifying his point guard-ness, and the bench finds its groove.
Gallo was part of the deal that sent Kristaps Porzingis to Boston.