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8:00 p.m. United Center, Chicago, Illinois The Celtics are hot and looking to keep it that way. Tonight, they travel to Chicago to take on the struggling Chicago Bulls. Taylor McCloud and Jack Michael will be breaking down all the action and taking calls for a full hour beginning at 10:30 p.m. Join us after


8:00 p.m. TD Garden, Boston, Massachusetts The Celtics are rolling but have been off since Saturday. Boston is back in action at home tonight against the Knicks. The Celtics try to avenge a 117-109 home loss to the Knicks from just over two weeks ago. Andrew Rubino and Riffs Man will be breaking down the action and taking your calls


8:00 p.m. Target Center, Minneapolis, Minnesota After a pair of strong wins, the Celtics travel to Minnesota tonight to take on the Timberwolves. Karl-Anthony Towns and the Wolves are on a four-game winning streak and are looking to keep playing well following the departure of Jimmy Butler. Nic Sciscento and Sam Sheehan will be breaking


7:00 p.m. TD Garden, Boston, Massachusetts As the Cleveland Cavaliers continue their downward spiral, the Boston Celtics look to build on Monday’s win over New Orleans. Kyrie Irving squares off against his former team for the first time this season in a re-match of last year’s Eastern Conference Finals. Taylor McCloud and Joe Choquette will be


8:00 p.m. Smoothie King Center, New Orleans, Lousiana Celtics fans have clammored to see Anthony Davis in green for years. Tonight, they’ll see Davis in action as the 10-10 C’s travel to New Orleans to take on the 10-10 Pelicans. Andrew Rubino and Colin Leddy will be breaking down the action and taking calls for a


8:30 p.m. American Airlines Center, Dallas, Texas The Celtics snapped a three game losing streak in Atlanta last night with a 114-96 victory. Boston looks to continue its winning ways in Dallas tonight against the Mavericks. Nic Sciscento and Sam Sheehan will be breaking down all of the action and taking calls for a full hour beginning


7:30 p.m. State Farm Arena, Atlanta, Georgia The Celtics have lost three in a row and now head on the road for three games. The road trip begins tonight in Atlanta. It will be Boston’s first time playing Hawks rookie Trae Young, who leads Atlanta with 16.2 points per game. Matt Rury will be breaking down all


7:30 p.m. TD Garden, Boston, Massachusetts The Celtics have lost two in a row and try and get back on track tonight against a struggling Knicks team. New York has lost 6 straight games. Boston tries to protect their home court before heading out on a 3 game road trip. Andrew Rubino and Riffs Man will be breaking


7:00 p.m. Spectrum Center, Charlotte, North Carolina Two Eastern Conference teams square off tonight in North Carolina as the Celtics travel to Charlotte to take on the Hornets. Both teams are looking to rebound from tough losses. Kemba Walker scored 60 points in a loss to Philadelphia Saturday on the same night the C’s dropped


7:30 p.m. TD Garden, Boston, Massachusetts After the rough road trip, the Celtics have won two in a row. Boston faces a struggling Utah squad that did beat the Celtics 123-115 just eight days ago. The Celtics try and avenge the loss at home tonight. Nic Sciscento and the Riffs Man will be breaking down all of


7:00 p.m. TD Garden, Boston, Massachusetts The Celtics face the Eastern Conference leading Raptors for the second time on the young season. Boston already lost to Toronto 113-101 on Oct. 19, but looks to defend homecourt tonight in this one. James Holas and Sam Sheehan will be breaking down all of the action and taking


7:30 p.m. TD Garden, Boston, Massachusetts After a pair of tough losses over the weekend, the Celtics are back in action tonight as they take on the Chicago Bulls. The Bulls, 4-10, feature one of the worst defenses in the NBA, a huge plus for the reeling Celtics. Andrew Rubino and Colin Leddy will be


9:00 p.m. Moda Center, Portland, Oregon The Celtics are just 1-3 on their road trip so far, but look to finish strong tonight against the Trail Blazers. Boston will need to slow down Portland point guard Damian Lillard who is averaging 26.6 points a game, good for 6th in the NBA. Nic Sciscento and Jack Michael will


9:30 p.m. Vivint Smart Home Arena, Salt Lake City Utah After a wild fourth quarter comeback against the Phoenix Suns Thursday night, the Celtics look to keep things on track tonight as they travel to Utah. The Jazz, a 5-6 team, have underperformed but with Donovan Mitchell and Rudy Gobert running the show, are always


9:00 p.m. Talking Stick Resort Arena, Phoenix, Arizona The Celtics try and earn their first win of their 5 game road trip tonight in Phoenix. The Celtics have dropped two straight to the Pacers and Nuggets, but face a stuggling Phoenix squad. Sam Sheehan and Jack Michael will be breaking down all of the action and taking


9:00 p.m. Pepsi Center, Denver, Colorado The Celtics dropped a tough one Saturday in Indiana and fell to 6-3 but look to get back on track tonight versus the Denver Nuggets. The Nuggets, who narrowly missed the playoffs last season, currently sit at 8-1, the second best record in the Western Conference. Taylor McCloud and


7:00 p.m. Bankers Life Fieldhouse, Indianapolis, Indiana After starting the season 2-2, the Celtics have reeled off four wins in a row to improve to 6-2. Tonight they’ll look to keep the wins rolling as they travel to Indianapolis to square off against Victor Oladipo and the Indiana Pacers. Taylor McCloud and Joe Choquette will be breaking


8:00 p.m. TD Garden, Boston, Massachusetts After winning their third game in a row Tuesday night, the Celtics are back in action tonight, as they face off against the Milwaukee Bucks in a rematch of the first round of last season’s Eastern Conference Playoffs. Kyrie Irving, coming off his first 30-point performance of the season,


7:30 p.m. TD Garden, Boston, Massachusetts After a quick two game road trip, the Celtics head back home to take on the Pistons. The two teams squared off Saturday, with Boston defeating Detriot 109-89. The Celtics look to make it back-to-back wins over the Pistons, and three straight wins overall. Andrew Rubino and Sam Sheehan will be


7:00 p.m. Little Caesers Arena, Detroit, Michigan After a furious comeback win in Oklahoma City Thursday night, the Celtics continue their road trip tonight, facing off against the Detroit Pistons. The 3-2 Celtics will try to hand the 4-0 Pistons their first loss of the season. Nic Sciscento and The Riffs Man will be breaking


8:00 p.m. Chesapeake Energy Arena, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma After two days off, the Celtics head to Oklahoma City to take on the struggling Thunder. The Thunder have not won a game yet this year, and Boston tries to keep it that way. Hosts Matt Rury & Sam Sheehan will be breaking down all of the action and


7:30 p.m. TD Garden, Boston, Massachusetts After splitting a back-to-back over the weekend, the Celtics are back in Boston. Squaring off against lottery pick Mo Bamba and the Orlando Magic, Kyrie Irving and the C’s will look to keep things rolling after a Saturday win over the Knicks. We will be breaking down all of


7:30 p.m. Madison Square Garden, New York, New York The Celtics have their first set of back to back games of the 2018-19 campaign. Boston tries and rebound tonight against the Knicks after losing in Toronto last night 113-101. The Knicks also try and avoid back-to-back losses after a loss to the Nets last night. Andrew Rubino and Joe Choquette will


8:00 p.m. Scotiabank Arena, Toronto, Ontario After a victorious home opener, the Celtics head north of the border to take on the Raptors. It’s the first time Boston faces newly acquired Toronto wing Kawhi Leonard. The Celtics struggled in Scotiabank Arena last season, dropping both games to the Raptors. Boston now tries to change the narrative


8:00 p.m. TD Garden, Boston, Massachusetts After squaring off in the second round of the Eastern Conference Playoffs, the Celtics and 76ers are back on the national stage, playing in the first game of the 2018 NBA season. With Kyrie Irving and Gordon Hayward ready to return to the hardwood, the C’s will look to


7:30 p.m. Quicken Loans Arena, Cleveland, Ohio The Celtics wrap up their preseason with a matchup against the Cavaliers in Cleveland. The two teams played on Tuesday in Boston, with Cleveland coming away with the 102-95 victory. Celtics’ stars Gordon Hayward and Kyrie Irving will not be suited up in the finale, but Boston’s young talent gets


8:00 pm TD Garden, Boston, Massachusetts After defeating the Charlotte Hornets 115-112 on Sunday, the Celtics will be back in action tonight, as they square off the Cleveland Cavaliers at 8:00 PM. As the Celtics look to secure their second victory of the preseason, the Cavaliers are playing their first game without offseason departure LeBron James.


6:00 p.m. TD Garden, Boston, Massachusetts The Boston Celtics head back home to the TD Garden for the first time this preseason after playing down in Chapel Hill against the Charlotte Hornets on Friday. The matchup resulted in a 104-97 victory for Charlotte, but Boston did lead 60-45 at halftime with both teams playing their main rotation.


7:30 PM Spectrum Center, Charlotte, North Carolina After losing Gordon Hayward five minutes into the season, and Kyrie Irving for the playoffs, the Celtics are back and looking to start the 2018-2019 season on the right foot. Tonight, in their first preseason game of the year, Irving and Hayward will look to get back on


With training camp arriving within view we rip through the NBA’s Vegas over-unders and give our takes on which teams will exceed or fall below expectations in rapid fire action. WIll the Celtics exceed their projected 57.5? We bid farewell to Greg Monroe after his half season with the Celtics as he headed north for


Can you believe Isaiah Thomas returning to the Celtics could’ve been a real possibility this summer? That’s the story about 2 weeks following his signing with the Denver Nuggets. ESPN reported that IT reached out to Danny Ainge about a possible return to the team that traded him for Kyrie Irving less than one season


The NBA offseason activity exploded within a week of July 1. Demarcus Cousins is heading to the Warriors. LeBron James is leaving the East. Now the door looks wide open for the Celtics to become kings of the East in 2018-19. First they have to settle the score with Marcus Smart. Then questions remain about


Part two with live reaction to the Celtics pick streaming through 11 p.m. Part 1 here. An annual tradition is renewed tonight as Celtics Stuff Live broadcasts through the NBA Draft. A year ago they reacted live to Boston taking Jayson Tatum and the flurry of rumors that followed. This year, Danny Ainge is picking


PLAYOFFS POST GAME: Boston Celtics #2 (55-27) vs. Cleveland Cavaliers (50-32) #4 8:30 p.m., TD Garden, Boston, MA. Boston 3 Cleveland 3. It’s as simple as this. Game 7. Win and you’re in the NBA Finals. Lose and you’re going home watching LeBron James play in an 8th straight Finals. It’s all on the line in Game


PLAYOFFS POST GAME: Boston Celtics #2 (55-27) vs. Cleveland Cavaliers (50-32) #4 8:30 p.m., TD Garden, Boston, MA. Boston 3 Cleveland 2. The Celtics once again held down home court in dominant fashion, moving to 10-0 at home and again blowing out the Cavaliers to move within 1 win of the NBA Finals. They haven’t yet approached


PLAYOFFS POST GAME: Boston Celtics #2 (55-27) vs. Cleveland Cavaliers (50-32) #4 8:30 p.m., TD Garden, Boston, MA. Boston 2 Cleveland 2. The Celtics are battered coming back to Boston off two blowouts, but they’ll hang their hats on their undefeated record at TD Garden. Aron Baynes enters the starting lineup for Marcus Morris, as 83% of


PLAYOFFS POST GAME: Boston Celtics #2 (55-27) vs. Cleveland Cavaliers (50-32) #4 8:30 p.m., Quicken Loans Arena, Cleveland, OH. Boston 2 Cleveland 1. After a devastating 30-point blowout at the hands of Cleveland, we’re left wondering if the 1-5 Celtics are incapable of winning on the road in the playoffs. LeBron James hadn’t gone down 0-2 in


PLAYOFFS POST GAME: Boston Celtics #2 (55-27) vs. Cleveland Cavaliers (50-32) #4 8:30 p.m., Quicken Loans Arena, Cleveland, OH. Boston 2 Cleveland 0. The series shifts to Cleveland with LeBron’s back against the wall. Can Boston essentially put this series away at 3-0? Or will a role player step up and power the Cavaliers back into the series?


PLAYOFFS POST GAME: Boston Celtics #2 (55-27) vs. Cleveland Cavaliers (50-32) #4 8:30 p.m., TD Garden, Boston, MA. Boston 1 Cleveland 0. Marcus Morris lived up to his word and the Celtics led by as many as 30 points in a dominant effort to take a 1-0 lead over the Cavs. LeBron James disappeared late, but Brad


PLAYOFFS POST GAME: Boston Celtics #2 (55-27) vs. Cleveland Cavaliers (50-32) #4 3:30 p.m., TD Garden, Boston, MA. Game 1. It’s a REMATCH In the Eastern Conference Finals, but only a handful of players on each side return from last year’s demolition. LeBron James’ cast of characters have only been present since the trade deadline, while returning contributers JR


PLAYOFFS POST GAME: Boston Celtics #2 (55-27) vs. Philadelphia 76ers #3 (52-30) 8 p.m., TD Garden, Boston, MA. Boston 3 Philadelphia 1. Referee talk went rampent and the Celtics’ offense fizzled out as they went for the sweep in Philly. Joel Embiid and Ben Simmons kept the series alive, as LeBron James took care of business on the


PLAYOFFS POST GAME: Boston Celtics #2 (55-27) vs. Philadelphia 76ers #3 (52-30) 5 p.m., Wells Fargo Center, Philadelphia, PA. Boston 2 Philadelphia 0 Al Horford again trounced Joel Embiid in the final minutes of a close game that the Celtics came back down 22 in to even compete into the final minutes. Jaylen Brown bounced back from his hamstring


PLAYOFFS POST GAME: Boston Celtics #2 (55-27) vs. Philadelphia 76ers #3 (52-30) 8:30 p.m., TD Garden, Boston, MA. Boston 1 Philadelphia 0 The Celtics stunned the basketball world by unloading on the 76ers start to finish in their blowout game one win over the 76ers, which they entered as underdogs in without Jaylen Brown. He returns to night, looking


PLAYOFFS POST GAME: Boston Celtics #2 (55-27) vs. Philadelphia 76ers #3 (52-30) 8 p.m., TD Garden, Boston, MA. GAME 1 For the 20th time in NBA history the Boston Celtics and the Philadelphia 76ers face off in the playoffs, renewing their rivalry in this Eastern Conference Semifinal series between two young up and coming teams. Some of the


PLAYOFFS POST GAME: Boston Celtics #2 (55-27) vs. Milwaukee Bucks #7 (44-38) 8 p.m., TD Garden, Boston, MA. Boston 3 Milwaukee 3 IT’S GAME 7. For the second time in Brad Stevens’ career he’ll oversee a season-deciding game at the TD Garden in a series that’s shifted 100% around home court. Giannis Antetokounmpo bodied Boston’s defense for 31 points


PLAYOFFS POST GAME: Boston Celtics #2 (55-27) vs. Milwaukee Bucks #7 (44-38) 8 p.m., BMO Harris Bradley Center, Milwaukee, WI. Boston 3 Milwaukee 2 Marcus Smart returned, Semi Ojeleye shined as the Celtics completely shut off the Bucks in Boston and took a commanding 3-2 lead in the series. Now they have a chance to close it out, but


PLAYOFFS POST GAME: Boston Celtics #2 (55-27) vs. Milwaukee Bucks #7 (44-38) 7 p.m., TD Garden, Boston, MA. Boston 2 Milwaukee 2 The two teams have traded dominance on their home courts and now will break the tie in Boston. Marcus Smart returns for the Celtics in a series of wild swings, feuds and dominance between Giannis Antetokounmpo and


PLAYOFFS POST GAME: Boston Celtics #2 (55-27) vs. Milwaukee Bucks #7 (44-38) 1 p.m., BMO Harris Bradley Center, Milwaukee, WI. Boston 2 Milwaukee 1 The Bucks changed the series, playing Thon Maker and Jabari Parker extra minutes and running the Celtics off the court at home. Matthew Dellavedova was key to the turnaround as Boston completely lost its touch on


PLAYOFFS POST GAME: Boston Celtics #2 (55-27) vs. Milwaukee Bucks #7 (44-38) 9:30 p.m., BMO Harris Bradley Center, Milwaukee, WI. Boston 2 Milwaukee 0 The series shifts to Milwaukee, where the Bucks will shake up their lineup down 0-2. Celtics hold a commanding lead after an overwhelming game two victory that ignited further flames between Terry Rozier and Eric


PLAYOFFS POST GAME: Boston Celtics #2 (55-27) vs. Milwaukee Bucks #7 (44-38) 8 p.m., TD Garden, Boston, MA. Boston 1 Milwaukee 0 After an epic debut full of massive swing in both team’s favors, a seemingly game-winning step-back from Terry Rozier erased by Khris Middleton’s miracle bomb the Celtics stood strong in overtime and escaped with a 1-0


POST GAME: Boston Celtics #2 (55-27) vs. Milwaukee Bucks #7 (44-38) 1 p.m., TD Garden, Boston, MA. THE PLAYOFFS HAVE BEGUN! The Celtics are still without Marcus Smart heading into the playoffs, but they look to lock down Giannis Antetokounmpo and the Milwaukee Bucks in Round 1 of the NBA Playoffs. Matt Rury and Calvin Chamberlain host this afternoon, breaking


POST GAME: Boston Celtics (54-27) vs. Brooklyn Nets (28-53) 8 p.m., TD Garden, Boston, MA. THE SEASON FINALE! Celtics court a cast of G-Leaguers and fill-ins as everybody rests in anticipation of Game 1 on Sunday in Boston. Al Horford and Terry Rozier sit out and Brooklyn misses another year in the final season of the


POST GAME: Boston Celtics (54-26) vs. Washington Wizards (42-38) 8 p.m., Capital 1 Arena, Washington D.C. A possible playoff preview, Wizards sit tied with the Bucks for the 7 seed and only drop to 8 on a tiebreaker, they could very well be sitting in the first-round opposite of Boston for a rematch of last year’s


POST GAME: Boston Celtics (53-25) vs. Chicago Bulls (27-51) 7:30 p.m., TD Garden, Boston, MA. After a blowout loss at the hands to the Raptors, the Celtics got worse news, that Kyrie Irving isn’t coming back this year. With four games to go until the playoffs, it’s all about rest and rotations. Who’s in and who’s


Boston Celtics (53-24) vs. Toronto Raptors (55-22) 8 p.m., Air Canada Center, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. The two top teams in the east face off with five games remaining and that top spot up for grabs. Shane Larkin’s out again, along with everybody else who’s been gone, and possibly Terry Rozier again (questionable, ankle). The Celtics pulled


POST GAME: Boston Celtics (53-23) vs. Milwaukee Bucks (41-36) 8 p.m., BMO Harris Bradley Center, Milwaukee, WI. Celtics and Bucks link up in what will possibly be a preview of the first-round, as the Cs have locked up the two seed and Milwaukee’s hovering around seven, led by superstar Giannis Antetokounmpo. Boston’s missing everyone, now adding


Boston Celtics (52-23) vs. Toronto Raptors (55-20) 7:30 p.m., TD Garden, Boston, MA.   The two top teams in the east face in what will be the first of two matchups over the next week with just seven games remaining for the Celtics. Boston trails Toronto by three games and are still coping with multiple losses


POST GAME: Boston Celtics (51-23) vs. Utah Jazz (42-32) 9:30, Vivint Smart Home Arena, Salt Lake City, UT. The Jazz have recovered nicely from losing Gordon Hayward over the summer, once again back in the playoff picture thanks to the sensational effort of Donovan Mitchell, the leader scorer among all rookies this season. Jae Crowder joined


POST GAME: Boston Celtics (50-23) vs. Phoenix Suns (19-55) 10 p.m., Talking Stick Resort Arena, Phoenix, AR. Celtics continue their west coast swing with Kyrie Irving set to miss at least three weeks with knee surgery. Terry Rozier’s manning point now, and plenty of opportunities are available for the depth and even G-League to step up,


POST GAME: Boston Celtics (47-22) vs. Oklahoma City Thunder (43-29) 8 p.m. TD Garden Boston, MA. No Kyrie Irving, Jaylen Brown again and Marcus Smart’s officially out for the season (recycled because it still holds true tonight). Celtics face the Thunder undermanned as they continue to rise up the west standings to 4th. Russell Westbrook, Paul


POST GAME LINK: Boston Celtics (47-22) vs. New Orleans Pelicans (39-30) 6 pm ET tip-off, Smoothie King Center, New Orleans, LA. No Kyrie Irving, Jaylen Brown again and Marcus Smart’s officially out for the season. The Celtics are still walking wounded and enter NOLA against a Pels team with Anthony Davis that’s played hard fighting for


POST GAME: Boston Celtics (45-21) vs. Washington Wizards (38-30) 8 pm ET tip-off, TD Garden, Boston, MA. Everybody’s out. Kyrie Irving, Jaylen Brown, Al Horford, Marcus Smart and Daniel Theis are all out. Not to mention Gordon Hayward. So Guerschon Yabusele’s here to the rescue. Wizards keep rolling without John Wall. A far cry from the rivalry


POST GAME: Boston Celtics (46-20) vs. Indiana Pacers (38-28) 8 pm ET tip-off, Target Center, Minneaplois, MN. Pacers and red-hot Victor Oladipo continue to climb the east standings, Celtics are looking to do the same, chasing the Raptors for the east’s 1 seed. They face off with Indiana winning four of the last five games and Celts six of


POST GAME: Boston Celtics (44-20) vs. Chicago Bulls (21-41) 8 pm ET tip-off, United Center, Chicago, IL. Celtics look to bounce back against the Bulls after the thrilling loss they suffered in the final seconds to the Rockets in Houston. Zach Lavine enters with a blazing three-point clip since returning from injury (38% on 5 att.). Chicago


POST GAME: Boston Celtics (44-19) vs. Houston Rockets (48-13) 8:30 pm ET tip-off, Toyota Center, Houston, TX. The game everybody’s going to be talking about on Sunday. James Harden off the ankle-breaker heard around the world, Kyrie Irving on his biggest tear of the season with the Celtics standing undefeated since the all-star break. These two played


POST GAME: Boston Celtics (43-19) vs. Charlotte Hornets (27-33) 7:30 pm ET tip-off, TD Garden, Boston, MA. Daniel Theis sits out tonight as the Celtics aim for four straight against Kemba Walker and the Hornets at home before the big national TV test in Houston on Saturday. Charlotte’s won five straight games and enters within striking


POST GAME: Boston Celtics (42-19) vs. Memphis Grizzlies (18-40) 7:30 pm ET tip-off, TD Garden, Boston, MA. Former trade deadline hopeful Tyreke Evans along with Memphis star Marc Gasol lead a Grizzlies team aiming toward the bottom of the league as Celtics look to earn their third straight win and re-establish themselves as the east’s top


POST GAME: Boston Celtics (40-19) vs. Detroit Pistons (28-29) 7 pm ET tip-off, Little Caeser’s Arena, Detroit, MI. Back from the break, with Marcus Smart in tow, Brad Stevens ponders lineup changes and tries to get a group that’s lost 4 of 5 games going into the nine days off looks to regroup against Blake Griffin


Ty Ray returns to Celtics Post Game! Boston Celtics (40-18) vs. Los Angeles Clippers (29-26) 8 pm ET tip-off, TD Garden, Boston, MA. Celtics roll into the all-star break with one more home game against Doc Rivers, Avery Bradley and the Clippers, who unloaded Blake Griffin this last month for future pieces. DeAndre Jordan remains, leading LA’s front


Boston Celtics (40-17) vs. Cleveland Cavaliers (32-22) 3:30 pm ET tip-off, TD Garden, Boston, MA. It’s Paul Pierce day! Tune in live 6-7 p.m. and possibly later as Bobby Manning and Justin Poulin take your calls on the final Cavs-Celtics game of the year, a debut for the new Cleveland cast. We’ll carry you through the ceremony


Post game: Boston Celtics (40-16) vs. Indiana Pacers (30-25) 7:30 pm ET tip-off, TD Garden, Boston, MA. Off a revenge win over the Wizards, Jaylen Brown’s scorching week continued in which he’s shooting 47% from the field and 50% from three over. Celts have won 5 straight games over the Pacers going back to last season. All-star


Boston Celtics (39-16) vs. Washington Wizards (31-23) 8 pm ET tip-off, Verizon Center, Washington D.C. The Celtics won’t forget the beatdown that the Wizards laid on them on Christmas, and now the rivals from last postseason meet again on trade deadline day. Neither team made a move, but Greg Monroe did officially sign with the Celtics and


Boston Celtics (39-15) vs. Toronto Raptors (36-16) 7:30 pm ET tip-off, Air Canada Centre, Toronto, Canada. In possibly the biggest game of the season, the Raptors (2.5 GB of BOS) look to bounce back from a tight early-season battle with the Celtics that Boston just pulled away victorious in. TOR thrives at home this season and have scorched


Boston Celtics (38-15) vs. Portland Trailblazers (29-23) 12 pm ET tip-off, TD Garden, Boston, MA. Six hours before the Super Bowl, Celtics look to add another win in the early afternoon against the Trailblazers at home. Kyrie Irving, Marcus Smart and Shane Larkin sit out once again which hands Terry Rozier his third straight start. His first two


Boston Celtics (37-15) vs. Atlanta Hawks (15-36) 7:30 pm ET tip-off, TD Garden, Boston, MA. Off his first career start AND triple-double, Terry Rozier will lead the Celtics from the point guard spot once again as Kyrie Irving, Shane Larkin and Marcus Smart sit out again vs. the east celler-dwelling Hawks in Boston. Atlanta features a young


Boston Celtics (35-14) at Golden State Warriors (39-10) 8:30 pm ET tip-off, Oracle Arena, Oakland, CA. The Celtics got back on track against the Clippers but quickly face one of the tallest tasks of the season, beating the Warriors in Oracle. Golden State has raced to the best record in the NBA since the Celts knocked them


Boston Celtics (34-14) at Los Angeles Clippers (23-23) 10:30 pm ET tip-off, Staples Center, Los Angeles, CA 4 straight losses. Celtics lost at the buzzer in Staples Center last night on Marcus Smart’s last-second heave and return to play the red-hot Clippers and try to end a brutal losing streak. Blake Griffin and all-star snub Lou Williams lead a


Boston Celtics (33-10) at Philadelphia 76ers (19-19), 3pm ET tip-off, O2 Arena, London, England The London game is here! Tune in for an early afternoon post-game broadcast as the Celtics-76ers meet in a game they played almost all of December to prepare for. The Celtics have beaten Philly in both matchups this season, with Al Horford getting


The Boston Celtics defeat the Memphis Grizzlies 102-93. Kyrie Irving led the Celtics with 20 and Jayson Tatum added 19. The Celtics ran out to a big first quarter lead only to find themselves down 73-71 going into the 4th quarter before going on 16-0 run to win the game. Play one-day fantasy basketball for a


The Boston Celtics were blown out by the Chicago Bulls 108-85. Kyrie Irving and Marcus Morris were forced to sit due to injuries. Al Horford leads Celtics with 15 points and 5 assists. Bobby Portis and Nikola Mirotic combined for 57 points for Chicago.