The Boston Celtics have made it to the Eastern Conference Finals twice in the last three years. Despite fielding in a relatively young group of uber-talented players, the Celtics banked on their growing chemistry and the brilliance of head coach Brad Stevens.
If the Miami Heat fails to escape the Celtics, they lose every bit of momentum they worked hard to earn during the first two games. Unless this series extends to a Game 7, there's no doubt that the next match-up will be the most pivotal one during this year's Eastern Conference Finals face-off.
In this article, we’ll be looking at five of those players who have surprised everyone by dominating from the get-go and arguing whether they can sustain that level of dominance throughout the season or whether it was just a lucky start.
NBA free agency in 2019 has been wild. A record number of All-NBA players switched teams through a combination of trades, sign-and-trade deals and free agent signings in the first days of July. Away from the biggest names, plenty of other significant moves were made with many NBA teams overhauling their rosters.
Shifting Leonard to the Western Conference alters the balance of power once again. The East is relatively weak, or so it seems.
Boston Celtics are interested in signing All-Star free agent point guard Kemba Walker, according to Marc Stein.
Boston Celtics were knocked out of the playoffs by the Milwaukee Bucks on Wednesday night. Attention turns to Kyrie Irving’s free agency after a limp, and almost embarrassing, exit from the postseason.
The departure of LeBron James has left the East in a bit of a mess. Lacking star power and with no viable contender, has it lost relevance for next season?
Boston Celtics head coach, Brad Stevens, gave a definitive answer on Gordon Hayward’s season on Saturday when speaking to the media in Houston ahead of the Celtics’ meeting with the Rockets.