Paul Pierce and the Celtics expect to return to prominence with a healthy KG, Marc Spears writes.
With KG injured and Ray Allen sidelined with six fouls, Boston turned to Paul Pierce for help -- and he came through, writes Marc J. Spears.
Healthy, Celtics guard Ray Allen is showing off the form that has made him one of the game's all-time great shooters, writes Marc J. Spears.
It took Celtics coach Doc Rivers one season to quiet all his doubters, writes Marc J. Spears.
As Game 1 showed, the winner of the East finals could be determined by the 'Sheed vs. Garnett battle, writes Marc J. Spears.
The Celtics have a laundry list of successful accomplishments this season, but sweeping the Texas Triangle could be at the top, Marc Spears writes.
Ray Allen returned to play in Seattle, having left behind rookie Kevin for established star Kevin. Things have worked out so far, Marc Spears writes.
Growing up, Kobe Bryant did not like the Celtics. But after Boston finally gets game and handles his team, he wishes his Lakers could renew the rivalry, Marc Spears writes.
The Spurs more than displayed against the Nuggets that they have the defensive capabilities to make even the running Suns boring, too, Marc J. Spears writes.
As important as Tony Parker and Manu Ginobili are to the Spurs' success, it all starts with the man in the middle.
The Pistons are down 3-1 to the Heat. Even for a team of many comebacks, this one is looking difficult, Marc J. Spears writes.
Shaq, D-Wade and the Heat held serve in Game 3. That means that Monday's Game 4 might be for all the marbles in the East.
Detroit nearly blew a big lead in Game 2, but rough finishes are the way of Pistons basketball, Marc J. Spears writes.
Nick Van Exel might have lost $12.8 million in the process, but he's not crying about joining the NBA champs, Marc J. Spears writes.