Sports Reporter

Adam Himmelsbach

Himmelsbach joined the Globe in 2015 and covers the Celtics. A graduate of Syracuse University, Himmelsbach previously spent two years as a columnist at the Louisville Courier-Journal, and six years as a Washington-based contributor for The New York Times.

Latest stories

CELTICS NOTEBOOK

Stevens appreciates Hayward’s optimism but doesn’t expect him back this season

By , Globe Staff

Although the Celtics star isn’t expected to play in 2017-18, he’s still working toward beating the clock in his rehab.

CELTICS 91, PISTONS 81

The prospect of another loss didn’t sit well with the Celtics

By , Globe Staff

Al Horford led the way as the Celtics rebounded from a loss Friday, and got revenge for an earlier loss to the Pistons.

ADAM HIMMELSBACH

A night out with Gordon Hayward, discussing his recovery, his team, and his eventual return

By , Globe Staff

More than 50 days have passed since Hayward suffered his grisly injury, and though he’s pleased with his progress, he won’t look too far ahead.

CELTICS 97, MAVERICKS 90

Usual stars, unlikely standouts lift shorthanded Celtics

By , Globe Staff

Shane Larkin and Daniel Theis were key off the bench in helping Boston to its fourth straight win.