There was a lot to like from the Celtics' 2-0 preseason trip to Milan and Madrid, but it was far from perfect.
Terry Rozier, R.J. Hunter and Jordan Mickey's Celtics' careers get off to good starts in victories in Milan and Madrid.
It's only been two games, and against European competition, but Brian Scalabrine is impressed by what he's seen from the Celtics.
3yThe Celtics aren't afforded the luxury of taking some time off before their next series. They will play Game 1 in Miami on Monday. The short turnaround doesn't faze them.
3yWhen Paul Pierce fouled out of the game with
3yPrior to Game 7 of the Celtics-Sixers series, A. Sherrod Blakely broke down the things to look for. Now, he's back with how it all played out after the Celtics advance.
3yIt wasn't pretty, but the result sure was. The Celtics battled their way to an 85-75 Game 7 win over the 76ers, and advance to the Eastern Conference Finals. Rajon Rondo was huge in the fourth quarter.
3yGreg Stiemsma has been dealing with plantar fasciitis in his left foot for quite some time now, but is feeling better after his second cortisone shot after Game 6.
3yKeyon Dooling was too sick to practice on Friday, but the guard tells A. Sherrod Blakely that he's good to go for Game 7.
3yWhen the Celtics take to the floor tonight in Game 7 of their second round playoff series against Philadelphia, it could very well be the last time the Big Four - Ray Allen, Kevin Garnett, Paul Pierce and Rajon Rondo - play together.