With NBA stars from veteran Kevin Garnett to Rookie of the Year Blake Griffin standing behind him, union president Derek Fisher said Thursday that players won't accept a bad deal to avert a work stoppage.
Breaking down the position-by-position matchups for Knicks-Celtics.
Last-second loss to Celtics isn't moral victory, but it's proof the Knicks matter
After the Heat stepped on verge of elimination, the roster looks closer to a shakeup, writes Chris Sheridan.
Derrick Rose's stunning playoff debut left the defending champs feeling socked in the mouth, Chris Sheridan writes.
Paul Pierce's 34 points included the game winner against the Hawks, who showed they are worthy East foes, Chris Sheridan writes.
Celtics All-Star forward Paul Pierce says his injured right knee feels better, and he expects to play Sunday in Game 2 of the NBA Finals against the Los Angeles Lakers.
Paul Pierce does not have any structural damage to his knee. At least that's what the Boston Celtics are saying, although they haven't performed an MRI.
In the fourth quarter of Game 6, the Celtics showed they wouldn't be denied, writes Chris Sheridan.
Ray Allen continues to struggle in the playoffs, but Boston fans have been kind to him so far, Chris Sheridan writes.
Paul Pierce's Game 7 duel with LeBron James was the kind of defining game the Boston star had lacked, Chris Sheridan writes.
When Paul Pierce looked at the box score, he couldn't keep the laughter bottled up, but the brutally appalling and bizarre numbers worked out to the Celtics' benefit, writes Chris Sheridan.
The ill will Boston and New York shared might serve as a warm-up for the Super Bowl, but the C's might need to keep their composure, since it will be tested regularly, Chris Sheridan writes.
James Posey will be playing in Boston next season alongside Ray Allen, Kevin Garnett and Paul Pierce.
Celtics honcho Danny Ainge likes his roster, but that doesn't mean he's not ready to make more moves, reports Chris Sheridan.