The Boston Celtics close out their NBA Summer League campaign with a 4-2 record, after falling to the Portland Trail Blazers 95-80 in the Las Vegas quarterfinals, at the Thomas & Mack Center on the campus of UNLV.The Celtics trailed by as much as 14 points
The Boston Celtics announced they have waived guard Kadeem Allen Sunday ahead of their Summer League quarterfinal against the Portland Trail Blazers. We have waived guard Kadeem Allen.— Boston Celtics (@celtics) July 15, 2018Allen's two-way contract he
As the Celtics continue their offseason and Summer League playoff run, Jaylen Brown has been working out with a newly inducted member of the Basketball Hall of Fame in Tracy McGrady. 屢 pic.twitter.com/SN3E8AxRaV— Jaylen Brown (@FCHWPO) July 14, 2018The
During Las Vegas Summer League play, the Celtics' Jabari Bird has been a human highlight reel-in-waiting every time he's stepped on the floor. There is an under-the-radar, stealth-like grind about Bird that has helped him stand out as one of the top players for Boston's Summer League team .
The Boston Celtics survived a late onslaught from the Miami Heat to come away with a 74-72 win in the second round of the NBA Las Vegas Summer League, Saturday night at the Thomas and Mack Center on the campus of UNLV.Pierria Henry, who ranks fourth on
"Stay paranoid." It's one of the strangest taglines ever uttered by an NBA player. Perhaps Isaiah Thomas has reason to feel that way. The pint-sized point guard signed a one-year, league minimum deal with the Denver Nuggets on Thursday.
Hassan Martin knew from the outset he was on the outside looking in. Martin falls into that category and is one of the main reasons why the Celtics are on to the second round of the playoff portion of Summer League play in Las Vegas after knocking off the New York Knicks, 82-75 on Thursday in Las Vegas.
The 76ers’ Dario Saric and Wizards’ Tomas Satoransky each said they wanted to avoid LeBron James in the playoffs – and both got their wish. Philadelphia and Washington got eliminated before facing LeBron’s Cavaliers. Celtics forward Jaylen Brown is taking a different approach with LeBron leaving Cleveland for the Lakers.
Isaiah Thomas' future — at least for next year — is in Denver. But he doesn't want people to forget his past, either.As seen below on an ESPN Tweet, Isaiah shared graphics that pointed out when he was a 2016-17 MVP candidate (adding "So Quick to forget
You may be happy LeBron James moved West this offseason — opening a clear path to the NBA Finals for the Celtics — but Jaylen Brown isn't. "To be honest, I wanted him to stay," Brown said Thursday at a media availability in Las Vegas, as reported by Brian Robb of Boston Sports Journal (subscription required). Brown was also asked about restricted free agent Marcus Smart and the potential the Celtics will lose him.