You can count on a few Celtics to be better than a year ago and Jared Sullinger could open the most eyes.
It may not seem that Marcus Thornton has a real fit on this Celtics team, but there's always a need for a player who can score. Thornton can do it.
1yHere's your wakeup call -- a combination of newsworthy andor interesting tidbits -- for Monday, October 22.
1yFormer Ohio State players reunite before Celtics exhibition finale against Evan Turner's Sixers.
1yCeltics coach says the eight-day layoff before they open the season in Miami is "the way we wanted it."
1yA look at some of the more developments that came out of the preseason schedule, and how those issues might play out in the regular season.
1yCeltics coach closes out preseason optimistic: "If we do grow in all the different ways we can play, everyone kind of gets it, I think we can be very, very good."
1yIn Sunday's 88-79 loss to the Sixers, Jeff Green started at small forward and Paul Pierce shooting guard. Rajon Rondo manned the point, while Brandon Bass and Kevin Garnett made up the frontcourt.
1yCeltics guard Avery Bradley, coming off surgery on both shoulders, is eager to improve on last year's breakout season