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Kemba Walker Embracing Leadership Role, Building Chemistry On Team USA Boston Celtics point guard Kemba Walker is coming into the Team USA experience as one of the most experienced NBA veterans. Walker is embracing a leadership role as the team's likely starting point guard, looking to build chemistry alongside his teammates in a short period of time.
Boston Celtics: 3 scenarios where signing Carmelo Anthony would make sense The Boston Celtics as currently constructed do not need Carmelo Anthony. Under the right circumstances it could be a good decision.
Tacko Fall's Agent Confident His Client 'Can Find A Place In The NBA' Even If Boston Releases Him 7-foot-6 rookie Tacko Fall has put the idea of being undrafted behind him, and although he signed a one-year, non-guaranteed deal with the Boston Celtics, a lot of fans believe that he has a legitimate shot of making the team's opening night roster.
Tacko Fall's Agent Confident In 7-foot-7 Center's NBA Future It's clear Boston Celtics fans love Tacko Fall. What isn't so clear is the 7-foot-7 big man's NBA future. Yes, he signed an exhibit 10 deal with Boston following summer league, which means he'll enter training camp competing for the team's 15th and final roster spot.
How will you remember the 2010-2019 Celtics? How will you remember it? The 2010 NBA Finals loss. The Celtics entered the playoffs riding a 27-27 stretch. After they took 3-0 leads on Miami and Orlando - ruining LeBron's confidence in the Cavs - the Big Three nearly continued its run of never losing a playoff series.
With De'Aaron Fox's exit, all four Celtics should make the Team USA roster This includes all four Boston Celtics invitees - point guard Kemba Walker, forward Jayson Tatum, swingman Jaylen Brown and combo guard Marcus Smart - who could make up as much as a third of the final roster should they all make the team.
NBA Notebook: What's left of the Celtics' draft stash? Ever since the conclusion of the Big Three era, the Celtics have made a point of stockpiling draft picks. They added three first-round picks initially when dealing away Kevin Garnett and Paul Pierce in the summer of 2013 to Brooklyn.
Larry Legend's last game What struck me about Bird at the time, and upon seeing the game again Saturday on NBA TV, was how the referees let veteran journeyman Sanders, an underrated but far inferior player, hang all over Larry as he looked to pass on the few times he got the ball, often beyond the top of the key in bad position to do much.
Boston Celtics: Marcus Smart isn't captain material We all love Marcus Smart. And there's a reason he's been able to endear himself to the Boston Celtics fanbase and media. His tenacious defense and tireless effort go unmatched. But overrating him is something Celtics fans and media have been guilty of on more than one occasion.
Your Morning Dump… Where there is one roster spot left for Team USA Every morning, we compile the links of the day and dump them here… highlighting the big storyline. Because there's nothing quite as satisfying as a good morning dump. Boston.com. First off, Jayson Tatum is a LOCK. It's downright embarrassing that he's referenced in the same grouping as Joe Harris and Brook Lopez.
Steve Pagliuca: 'Tacko is a force of nature' That includes Celtics managing parter Steve Pagliuca, who agrees that "everybody's rooting for Tacko," whom he calls a "force of nature." Per the Boston Globe's Nicole Yang:. Fall has the potential to be a dominant interior presence on both ends of the court, considering his measurables and surprising nimbleness when on the move.
History of Celtics retired numbers The biggest quandary that players have when coming to Boston is trying to find a number that hasn't been retired. There have been 23 numbers retired by the Celtics, more than by any other team by far. We all know the numbers that are on the banners, but I thought that History Week would be a good time to discuss the players who wore those numbers.
The 1981 Eastern Conference Finals: the greatest playoff series ever The 1981 Eastern Conference Finals series between fierce foes Boston and Philadelphia is arguably the greatest post-season series in NBA history, especially among non-Finals series.
Could Daniel Theis start at center for the Boston Celtics this season? Enes Kanter is the team’s starting center heading into next season. If things don’t pan out, Daniel Theis could be the next man up.
So, Here's Video Of Tacko Fall Going Down Water Ride At Canobie Lake Park Three Boston Celtics rookies sought to provide special days to special kids Saturday, but Tacko Fall, Grant Williams and Carsen Edwards wound up having a bunch of fun themselves. And that's especially true for the 7-foot-6 Fall.
Co-Owner Steve Pagliuca Hopeful Celtics Can Still Be A Contender In 2019-20 Boston Celtics co-owner Steve Pagliuca is hopeful that his team can become one of the top contenders for the title next season.
Celtics Co-Owner Steve Pagliuca Calls Tacko Fall A 'Force Of Nature' Boston Celtics co-owner Steve Pagliuca says that "everybody's rooting" for Tacko Fall, calling the 7-foot-6 center a "force of nature."
Boston Celtics rumors 2019: Marcus Smart has been cleared to return from calf injury Boston Celtics rumors 2019: Marcus Smart has been cleared to return from calf injury.
Team USA beats Spain in exhibition match behind impressive play from Celtics' core Boston Celtics' guard Kemba Walker talking to Team USA coach Gregg Popovich in the exhibition against Spain.
USA-Spain Takeaways: Jayson Tatum, Kemba Waler shine, Jaylen Brown's role reduced? Team USA was back in action on late Friday night, beating Spain 90-81 in Anaheim during the first of several exhibition matchups heading into the FIBA World Cup in China next month. Marcus Smart remained sidelined for the matchup, but Kemba Walker, Jayson Tatum and Jaylen Brown all saw minutes in the win.
Marcus Smart cleared to return as De'Aaron Fox departs from Team USA After being called day-to-day by Team USA head coach Gregg Popovich after experiencing soreness in his left calf, Boston Celtics guard Marcus Smart has been cleared to returned to the court with Team USA set to face Australia on August 22. Team USA will be headed to Australia for practice in Melbourne on the August 19.
BREAKING: Marcus Smart Cleared To Play For Team USA According to Marc Stein of The New York Times, Smart has been cleared by Team USA doctors to return to the floor after missing nearly two weeks of play with a calf injury.
Co-Owner Steve Pagliuca Almost Crashed His Car When He Found Out Kemba Walker Could Sign With Celtics Boston Celtics co-owner Steve Pagliuca almost crashed his car when he found out Kemba Walker could sign with the Celtics this summer. Pagliuca was on the phone with Celtics president of basketball operations Danny Ainge when he first heard Walker had interest in signing with Boston.
Marcus Smart Is '100 Percent Confident' He'll Be Ready To Play In FIBA World Cup Smart went on to say he's "100 percent confident" he'll be ready for the World Cup, and that the calf he strained on August 7 "feels amazing." The fact that USA Basketball decided to keep Smart around despite his lack of availability is an indication that he was always primed to make the Americans' final roster.
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