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Boston adds another former player to their coaching staff.
The Celtics roster is now at 15.
After picking up his player option this summer, Richardson was traded into the Hayward TPE and has now added another year to his deal in Boston.
The Celtics are making an investment in their young center.
The 2nd round draft pick recently played for the Celtics in Summer League and will continue his development abroad.
Boston will start the season at Madison Square Garden.
Boston adds veteran depth to their young roster.
Udoka spoke to the media during halftime of the Celtics’ Tuesday Summer League game about the style he hopes to instill in Boston.
Sullivan is viewed as a shooting expert.
The rebounding machine is coming off a productive season in Portland.
Boston’s longest tenured Celtic could be on the move before the start of next season.
The former Heat/Sixer/Maverick will be absorbed by the remainder of the Gordon Hayward traded player exception.
Celtics ship off the team’s best rebounder in an effort to maintain financial flexibility.
After drafting 18-year-old Juhann Begarin, the Celtics will now focus on adding veterans to the roster.
The 2020 second round pick spent last season in the Israeli Premier League.
The Celtics offseason has already been busy. Heading into the draft, it could be exponentially crazier.
Aaron Miles has been with the Golden State Warriors for the last two seasons in a similar role.
On the second night of a back-to-back, the Celtics All-Star is nursing a sore knee.
The Celtics All-Star checks in from Team USA on Boston’s changes and working with new head coach Ime Udoka.
With Ime Udoka now at the helm, the long time assistants are moving on.
After emerging as the lead candidate for the Celtics head coach position, Udoka has embarked on his on search to fill out his staff.
With Brad Stevens now in the front office and Kemba Walker in OKC, details on the 2020-2021 season have emerged.
There are more seats on the coaching carousel, but Brad Stevens has started to narrow down his list of potential candidates.