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Celtics Legend Cedric Maxwell has some advice for the C’s as they make their playoff push: Don’t worry about seeding. In theory Boston matches up well everyone. They have star power, great swings and wings, solid size, veteran depth, a great bench, and a phenomenal coach. Despite how far ahead in the standings the beasts
I know it’s a lame joke, but will the REAL Boston Celtics please stand up? The conversations surrounding the team were exhausting. How many articles, podcasts, show segments were built around the struggling C’s? And they were accurate. Boston wasn’t playing well. The drama engulfing this team was sickening, and un-Celtic like. The last two
Ben Rohrbach covers the NBA for Yahoo! Sports. Rohrbach joins Adam Kaufman today on Celtics Beat to discuss the state of the Boston Celtics. TIME STAMPS: 2:03 Raptors loss is ROCK BOTTOM 9:51 What’s going on behind the scenes with Boston? 18:22 Is Brad in over his head? 22:00 Should the C’s go back to
One of these days maybe Kyrie Irving will say something to the media that won’t be controversial. Every time it seems he has a chance to clear the waters on something he just compounds the problem. It has now gotten to the point where Kyrie can’t even talk to anyone without it becoming a national
The Celtics are playing their best, most complete basketball of the season right now. They have won 13 of their past 15 games, highlighted with a win in Philadelphia without Kyrie Irving or Aron Baynes. The two losses to the two Los Angeles teams sting, no question. But to paraphrase Brad Stevens: Good teams lose
The Celtics are the first team to not accomplish what its peers could: Beat LA. Back-to-back soul-crushing losses to the Lakers and Clippers put this season at a tense crossroads. Marcus Morris called out the team after blowing a 20+-point lead to the Clips Sunday night: “It hasn’t been fun for a long time. I watch
Kyrie is officially adding fuel to the media frenzy. The buzz around him and Anthony Davis for the past week has leap-frogged the Super Bowl. When will it all stop? Actually, it will probably stop after the trade deadline. But until then be ready to hear more about how flighty Irving is and how Davis
ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski broke the internet Monday morning with an Anthony Davis trade request. It’s official: the Brow wants out of New Orleans. And that is good news for Celtics fans. Because of the big news, and the big game between Golden State and Boston on Saturday, Adam Kaufman brought in a big guest, The
Let’s face it: Kyrie Irving is a weird cat. He’s mesmerizing on the court. I often call him “Basketball Houdini” with how he gets in-and-out of jams. He probably has some of the best handles of all time. He’s a top scorer in the NBA. He’s making a serious effort on the defensive side of
Celtics Beat made waves last week when Cedric Maxwell said even Jayson Tatum and his father would trade Tatum for Anthony Davis. This week, C’s tv play-by-play man Mike Gorman joins Adam Kaufman to reiterate that same idea. Anthony Davis is the type of player you sell out on. And if other teams throw out
Boston Celtics legend Cedric Maxwell joins Adam on this week’s show and it took about two minutes to get Adam laughing. Max tells his fondest memories playing in the NBA on New Year’s Day. Maybe getting into a drinking contest with Larry Bird the day before a game is not the wisest decision? “He drinks
You can define the Boston Celtics season so far with one phrase: up-and-down. Marc D’Amico and Adam Kaufman get together on this week’s show to discuss exactly that. Look at the entire lineup. Who are the most consistent players? Kyrie Irving, Marcus Morris, and lately Jayson Tatum. Both Marc and Adam agree that Boston currently
Adam Kaufman, host of the Celtics Beat Podcast was joined by Gary Washburn of the Boston Globe on Sunday. Adam and Washburn take a hard look at the Celtics injuries and lack of front court depth. TIME STAMPS: 3:26 We have no idea what this team is yet 9:26 Big man depth getting put to the
The Celtics have issues in the front court. Aron Baynes is out for the next couple of weeks with a broken hand. Al Horford has tendinitis issues. Marcus Morris is a little banged up. Sometimes when that happens a team can come together and prevail (the Hospital C’s). Sometimes…you lose to the Phoenix Suns 111-103.
Adam Kaufman joins you early on this week’s Celtics Beat with Sporting News writer Sean Deveney. Sean is quick to call out the growth of some of Boston’s younger players. Terry Rozier has not played well until recently. Ditto for Jaylen Brown and Jayson Tatum. They did not come into the year playing as well
Evan Valenti pitch-hit for Adam Kaufman on this week’s Celtics Beat. Joining Evan this week is the Boston Globe’s Chad Finn, who has figured out the key to the turnaround: made baskets. A lot of them. Recent tweaks to Boston’s lineup has sparked one of the most high-powered offenses since Thanksgiving. Yes, playing some of
Adam Kaufman returns to Celtics Beat with NBC Sports Boston’s Chris Forsberg to address the team’s struggles. It’s been a frustrating start to the season, to say the least. Boston stands at 9-7 after the first few weeks, which some predicted. But the inconsistencies of this team are driving some insane. Adam and Chris try
Evan Valenti fills in on this week’s Celtics Beat as Jay King from The Athletic joins the show. After a rocky start to the season Boston appears to be getting a little more comfortable on both ends of the floor. Both Evan and Jay note that Kyrie sometimes needs to hunt for his shot a
The Boston Celtics have learned to survive, even thrive, without superstar guard Kyrie Irving. Obviously they would prefer to have him on their side as they get set to take on the Cleveland Cavaliers in the Eastern Conference Finals. But here’s the good news. Kyrie’s not playing for Cleveland either. Irving was of course shipped
A two-for-one special on this week’s Celtics Beat! Tom Westerholm and Jessica Camerato join the show to discuss Boston’s beatdown of the 76ers in Game One. Al Horford dominated both ends again. Does Philly have any chance of stopping him on the offensive end? Is he the most important player for the Celtics this series?
The Celtics at Seven crew is back! On this Game 7 edition of Celtics Beat join old friends Adam Kaufman and Brian Robb as they get YOU ready for the final game of their opening round series. Has Boston found any way to disrupt Giannis? Seems like Semi Ojeleye might be the answer. Is playing
Kyrie Irving was supposed to suit up for the Celtics at some point during the playoffs when taping started. But mid-recording Boston announced he would be out for the rest of 2018 and would need 4-5 months recovery time. Join Adam Kaufman and SB Nation’s Paul Flannery as they react to the news in real
You can count Celtics TV analyst Kyle Draper among those concerned about the Celtics playoff prospects. Though the team has played extremely well through an avalanche of injuries (Kyrie Irving, Marcus Smart, Daniel Theis, Jaylen Brown, Marcus Morris) the playoffs are a different animal. And Draper frankly isn’t bullish about any first round matchup, especially
The Boston Celtics might have more improbable wins than any other team in the NBA this year. C’s play-by-play man Sean Grande details all the “probability percentages” of the comeback wins this year. You can add the latest road win against the Utah Jazz to the list. And in that light Kyle Draper of NBC
Boston Celtics point guard Kyrie Irving hasn’t played since March 11 because of knee soreness. But how complex could “knee soreness” be? Join Adam Kaufman on this week’s Celtics Beat as he tries to get to the bottom of Kyrie’s injury with Dr. Selene Parekh. Dr. Parekh is an orthopedic surgeon, a professor at Duke
Boston Celtics legend, both on the court and behind the microphone, Cedric Maxwell joins Adam Kaufman on this week’s show to give his update on Jaylen Brown. Jaylen took a nasty spill during the Timberwolves game. Max says that seeing him get on and off the team plane is a positive sign. Speaking of injuries,
Last week Adam Kaufman asked Sean Grande if Marcus Smart’s return would fix the Boston Celtics. I know it’s early, but the early results are overwhelmingly positive and the the team looks like they are back on track. This week for Celtics Beat Steve Bulpett of the Boston Herald joins Adam to discuss how refreshed
Adam Kaufman is back for an early edition of Celtics Beat this week with Sean Grande. Grande is the play-by-play voice for the Boston Celtics Radio Network and 98.5 The Sports Hub. Adam discovers that Sean has a secret Twitter account he uses to follow non-sports people. In addition: Is Boston still among the Eastern
Chris Mannix of Yahoo! Sports joins Adam Kaufman on this week’s Celtics Beat. Mannix is a Senior NBA Writer for Yahoo! and a NBA Analyst for NBC Sports Boston. Make no mistake about it: The Boston Celtics are not playing well. Adam and Chris try and figure out how the C’s can fix their defense.
Join Chad Finn from the Boston Globe on this episode of Celtics Beat. Evan and Chad breakdown their favorite parts about Jayson Tatum’s game. Who does Jayson Tatum remind you of? Why Tatum reminds Chad of another famous Duke product. Do the Celtics have a serious red flag no one is talking about? And is
We’re a little beyond the halfway mark this season and let’s be honest: Life as a Celtics fan is pretty great so far. Sure, they’ve had a couple of insufferable stretches this year (looking at you December 8th-December 25th; they were *gulp* 5-6), but things could be significantly worse. You could be the 11-27 Lakers,
Brian Robb of Boston Sports Journal joins Evan Valenti in this weeks Celtics Beat to address the Celtics recent struggles on both ends of the floor. How much of Boston’s up-and-down play can be placed on their rigorous schedule? Have we seen the best of Kyrie? How can the Celtics best improve their roster? All
Danny Leroux hosts the Dunc’d on Basketball Podcast & realGM Radio on the CLNS Media Network. He also writes for The Athletic. Twitter @DannyLeroux 0:29 Boston Celtics chemistry issues in training camp 4:31 Is Jaylen Brown the most important Celtic? 12:45 How Celts run their offense in chemistry-building stages 19:33 Worst Eastern Conference in post-Michael
Dave McMenamin is the Cleveland Cavaliers & NBA reporter for ESPN. Twitter @mcten 3:22 Who’s better: Cavs or Celtics? 7:31 McMenamin on Kyrie Irving in Boston 12:47 LeBron James feelings towards Kyrie 18:33 Exclusive: Doubtful Cavs re-sign Isaiah Thomas 23:30 Why media smeared Danny Ainge & Boston Celtics 26:21 Sacramento Kings ticket giveaway at TD
Kyle Draper hosts Boston Celtics Pre & Post-Game Live on NBC Sports Boston. 0:53 2017-18 NBA Predictions before/after Kyrie Irving trade 6:44 Who will be starting 5 & closing unit? 14:05 Bold Celtics predictions 17:30 Celtics record on New Year’s Day 25:00 Individual accolades 28:02 Where Celtics will finish in 2018 Available for download on