The Celtics will obviously pick up Jared Sullinger's fourth-year option, but what about beyond that?
With the news that Rajon Rondo could potentially get the green light for Opening Night, A. Sherrod Blakely thinks that's moving too fast.
Gerald Wallace's playing time will be cut back significantly, in part because the aches and pains that come with being an NBA veteran are not subsiding as quickly as they used to.
Celtics coach Brad Stevens says there's a possibility Rajon Rondo, who suffered a broken finger just before the beginning of training camp, will be available for Opening Night on Oct. 29.
So how did having one less minute per quarter affect the Celtics-Nets game on Sunday? Not by very much, according to C's coach Brad Stevens.
CSNNE Celtics analyst Brian Scalabrine shares his take on the NBA's experimental 44-minute games.
Celtics forward Jeff Green discusses his offseason training and the keys to surpassing expectations this upcoming season with Mike Gorman.