Brad Stevens is a mild-mannered coach. But he has his breaking point, and he reached it in the Celtics' 121-97 loss to the Hawks.
Disappointed after back-to-back losses, it’ll be an angry Celtics team that hosts Philly tonight.
Losing by 10 points to the Nets is bad enough. But a look at the numbers shows just how bad the Celtics' performance actually was.
18hAbby Chin and A. Sherrod Blakely break down the Celtics 121-97 loss to the Atlanta Hawks in the Amica Game Recap.
19hThe Atlanta Hawks pull away in the fourth quarter for a cushy 121-97 win over the Boston Celtics.
20hBrian Scalabrine evaluates the Atlanta Hawks season as he answers a viewer question from the TD Bank Inbox on Celtics Pregame Live.
20hJeff Teague’s presence, more than his point scoring, is critical to the Hawks taking control from the game’s opening minutes and never relinquishing it as they took a 57-48 lead into the half.
1dOne of the NBA's top point guards, Jeff Teague, is expected to return from injury for the Atlanta Hawks Tuesday night against the Boston Celtics.
1dMarcus Smart kept Kyle Korver in check earlier this season against the Atlanta Hawks, but tonight the Boston Celtics will need to lean on other players.
1dWith Marcus Smart down, the Celtics will start Avery Bradley and Isaiah Thomas in the backcourt and the duo has found success thus far.