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Analyzing Jaylen Brown’s recent struggles

Jaylen Brown has struggled since returning from injury, but the cause of his struggles goes deeper than just the strained hamstring itself

A healthy Celtics rotation

After a month dealing with injuries and illness, Boston could have their full roster available against the 76ers.

Jayson Tatum’s rapid progression as a passer

Jayson Tatum’s shift from a score-first superstar to a team-first playmaker will be crucial to the Celtics’ success.

Celtics are cautiously optimistic for full health against Philadelphia

This could be the first time the team has a clean injury report in a long time.

20-game (plus 1) rule: are the Celtics trending upward or spinning their wheels?

Are you glass half full or glass leaking Kool-Aid?

Grant Williams should be a full-time starter

Starting Grant Williams could be the solution the Boston Celtics are looking for

Smart on team adjusting to Udoka’s system: it’s not going to happen overnight

Udoka’s reputation and coaching education blinded some of us to the task at hand.

Early season offensive issues rearing their ugly heads once again for Celtics

After fits and spurts of improvement, Boston has regressed on offense.

Al Horford on the Celtics moving forward

The Celtics big man gave some great insight on how the team has dealt with injuries and what the future holds.

Give Enes Kanter the credit he deserves

Based strictly on basketball, the big man has been part of Boston’s resurgence.

Breaking down the Celtics offensive progress

Boston is finding more success scoring the ball

Celtics keep it rolling against the Rockets with 108-90 beatdown

An absolutely dominant third quarter from Boston was the nail in the coffin for the rebuilding Rockets.

Robert Williams and Dennis Schröder in, Josh Richardson (non-COVID illness) out vs. Houston

This is the healthiest the Boston Celtics have looked in a couple of weeks.

Marcus Smart has walked the walk

Since making critical comments to the public, the Celtics starting point guard has quietly embraced his own role.

The waiting game: after successful rookie seasons, Aaron Nesmith and Payton Pritchard battle through sophomore slumps

Grant Williams and Romeo Langford have taken over as the featured young players in the Boston Celtics rotation

Robert Williams (left knee) out tonight with “short-term” injury

Thankfully, it looks like a return to full health is on the horizon for the Boston Celtics.

Al Horford is good at basketball

Boston’s veteran big man is continuing to get it done deep into his career.

Udoka and Celtics establishing a defensive identity

Defense first is a great first step, but it is just the first step

Celtics complete revenge game with 98-92 win over the Cavaliers

It wasn’t pretty and not really all that fun, but it got the job done.

Checking in on Celtics draft-and-stash Juhann Begarin

The 45th pick in last year’s draft is currently playing in the top tier French league.

What’s going on with Jayson Tatum?

Why has the Celtics star looked a little bit off this year?

Cousin Stizz thinks he’s the Celtics’ bad luck charm

"Every time I go to Celtics games they lose," said Stizz, the Boston native and Celtics fan on Uninterrupted’s Certified Buckets podcast. "We’ve been losing every time I pull up."

Celtics are better and will be better

Here’s the bright side of Boston’s 4-6 record.

Celtics remain consistently inconsistent

The Celtics need to build a better identity through consistent effort

Udoka: Jaylen Brown is expected to miss 1-2 weeks

Boston will need to dig deep to replace the scoring of its best player so far this year.

Celtics development power rankings: finding more time for the kids

Romeo Langford and Aaron Nesmith climbing up the charts

Should the Celtics rely more on Schroder and Smart as playmakers?

The pair of Celtics point guards lead the team in assists.

Celtics stock watch: who is trending up, trending down before trade season

The roster is riddled with inconsistency.

Forget the 20-game rule, this team is bad

More of the same from last season means no grace period for the Boston Celtics.

Celtics melt down, lose 128-114 to the Chicago Bulls

Celtics led by as much as 19 points and lost.

Celtics early season stats: what the numbers say about the 2-4 start

Udoka’s system will take time, but his emphases are becoming clearer

Finding their own way

The Celtics may seem lost now, but the path was always going to be long.