Rajon Rondo says rumors he broke his hand at a trampoline park are untrue, and that the injury is 'nothing' compared to last year's torn ACL.
Drafted by the Celtics with the No. 6 pick in last June's NBA draft, Marcus Smart will be among the primary ball-handlers for Boston until Rondo's return
2yThe Celtics need to feed Kevin Garnett the ball if they hope to come away from this series with the Sixers victorious.
2yThe Celtics and Sixers play similar defensive-minded styles, but what will be the deciding factor: experience or athleticism?
2yThe Celtics arrive in Philly with their series tied, but they are still a very confident bunch.
2yThe door is open for the Celtics to continue on an extended playoff run, but the they stumble on their way through.
2yMike Gorman and Tommy Heinsohn break down Boston's Game 2 loss to Philadelphia, and Gary Tanguay and Donny Marshall look ahead to Game 3.
2yRajon Rondo is one to give credit where it is due, and he did after the Sixers' 82-81 win over the Celtics on Monday. He knows they're a good team.
2yIt's not every day that Paul Pierce is held to just seven points, but sure enough on Monday night he was. Despite this, he says his knee MCL sprain is fine.