C's coach Brad Stevens' rise to the NBA was forged in a fair share of failure.
Tanking might be necessary for the C's, but it's never easy. Just ask M.L. Carr.
The NBA has approved the Los Angeles Clippers' acquisition of coach Doc Rivers in a deal with the Boston Celtics, a league source confirmed to ESPNBoston.com's Jackie MacMullan.
After days of wrangling, negotiating and posturing, the Los Angeles Clippers have agreed in principle to a deal with Glenn "Doc" Rivers, pending league approval, according to sources.
Boston Celtics president of basketball operations Danny Ainge was contacted by the Brooklyn Nets, who wanted to speak to Doc Rivers about their vacant coaching position, team and league sources confirmed to ESPNBoston.com.
Everyone expects Doc Rivers will be back, but he still hasn't said so.
Pierce and KG deserve another shot at a title, but it's not happening in Boston.
Parquet pride will boost undermanned C's, but reality eventually sets it.
Best-laid plans spoiled by injuries, Paul Pierce puts the Celtics on his shoulders.
The C's are reaping the benefits as Jeff Green flourishes in a magnified role.
Danny Ainge says the Celtics are "different" without Rondo, not better.
In the end, not even a no-trade clause could prevent Ray Allen from leaving Boston to join the Miami Heat via free agency.
Doc Rivers likes his new foursome of guards, without Ray Allen.
Rajon Rondo made a bad situation worse by getting himself suspended.
For Bird, McHale and Parish, the 2012 Celtics stir bittersweet memories.
Celtics coach Doc Rivers said he and Danny Ainge have not discussed trading Rajon Rondo.