By A. Sherrod Blakely
CSNNE.com Celtics Insider
FOXBORO When Doc Rivers signed a five-year, 35 million contract with the Boston Celtics recently, you had a feeling the man was looking to plant some roots in the Hub.
After renting an apartment at the Mandarin Oriental Hotel, the Boston Globe reported that Celtics' head coach has purchased a multi-million dollar penthouse at the Four Seasons Hotel in Boston.
For more on Rivers' new pad, here's the story.
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A. Sherrod Blakely expects Isaiah Thomas to get a contract offer from the Boston Celtics similar to Kyle Lowry's
Danny Ainge told the Boston Globe Wednesday that Isaiah Thomas will not need surgery on his right hip after being hampered late in the postseason.
Thomas originally suffered the injury March 15 against the Timberwolves and missed two games before reaggravating it in Game 6 of the second round against the Wizards. He played the first two games of the Eastern Conference finals but was shut down for the final three.
“Isaiah is making good progress,” Ainge told the Globe. “He’s out on the court; he’s shooting. He’s full-speed ahead on the stationary bike and working in the swimming pool. He’s progressing nicely.”
The Globe’s Adam Himmelsbach wrote that the team waited for swelling to go down before determining whether surgery would be needed, and that “barring any further setbacks,” he will not.
Thomas is coming off a career year in which he averaged 28.9 points a game. He is entering the final year of his contract.