Meet the 2012-13 Celtics
A look at the players who will make up the Celtics rosters as the new season begins.
Sports Illustrated says the Celtics are the fifth-best team in the East, behind Indiana, New York, and Brooklyn. We think they are 1-A, right there with Miami.
It’s still strange to see Allen talk about his transition so easily, but as the hurt feelings on both sides show, the relationship had run its course.
After five years of coaching Ray Allen with the Celtics, Doc Rivers is preparing his team to confront Allen as a member of the Miami Heat in the season opener Tuesday.
The Celtics blew up their ideology in addition to rebuilding their roster, and their plan is easy to see: run fast and score.
Green, out last year with the surgery, is silencing critics who thought the Celtics were foolish to re-sign him to a $36 million-dollar deal.
Sunday Basketball Notes
The NBA commissioner, who will step down next year after 30 years on the job, brought coolness and sophistication to the league.
Lakers? Heat? Celtics? At least one of our writers covering the NBA sees Boston hoisting the trophy in June.
What to look for around the league as the NBA tips off the 2012-13 season.
Can LeBron James repeat as MVP? Or might Kevin Durant or Chris Paul supplant him this season?
Who’s up and who’s down in the league’s carousel this season? Gary Washburn runs through the teams.
Will the Knicks finally become a factor? That’s one of the items to look for in the new season.
Dwight Howard and Steve Nash playing for the Lakers are some of the changes fans will see.
Check in on the games next up for the Celtics and look back at their most recent results.
The Heat are hardly surprised that their primary rival decided to retool instead of rebuild.
Look back on the Globe’s coverage of the Celtics’ win against the Lakers in 2008.