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  1. Celtics expected to sign Vander Blue

    Chris Forsberg

    The Boston Celtics appear set to sign D-League guard Vander Blue to a 10-day contract on Wednesday to add much-needed depth to a thinned backcourt. Kevin C. Cox/Getty ImagesVander Blue during his time at Marquette.The Celtics, previously overstoc...

    Blog | January 21, 2014
  2. Rivers expected at Majerus funeral

    Chris Forsberg

    Boston Celtics coach Doc Rivers was expected to trek to Milwaukee this morning to attend the funeral of former Marquette coach Rick Majerus. Rivers is expected to be back with the team in time to coach Saturday's rematch with the Philadelphia 76ers a...

    Blog | December 08, 2012
  3. C's open to trading No. 25 pick?

    Chris Forsberg

    Brian Babineau/NBAE/GettyMarquis Daniels and Semih Erden could aid Boston draft deals.From ESPN draft guru Chad Ford: The Boston Celtics are taking a hard look at Marquette's Jimmy Butler and Boston College's Reggie Jackson with the 25th pick in the...

    Blog | June 23, 2011
  4. Ford's mock draft, Version 7.0

    Chris Forsberg

    If the Boston Celtics hang tight with pick No. 25, ESPN.com draft guru Chad Ford now pegs Marquette's Jimmy Butler as the team's first-round choice in his latest mock, Version 7.0, updated this morning: Past selections: * Mock, Version 1.0: C...

    Blog | June 23, 2011
  5. C's took another look at Butler

    Chris Forsberg

    Robin Alam/Icon SMIThe Celtics took another look at Marquette's Jimmy Butler.The Boston Celtics took another look at Marquette's Jimmy Butler this week increasing speculation that they might have their eyes on the 6-foot-8 swingman with the No. 25 pi...

    Blog | June 22, 2011
  6. Rivers remembers Raymonds

    Chris Forsberg

    WALTHAM, Mass. -- Celtics coach Doc Rivers took time Tuesday to reflect on former Marquette coach Hank Raymonds, who passed away Monday at the age of 86. Rivers played for Raymonds from 1979-1983, making three NCAA tournament appearances during that ...

    Blog | December 07, 2010