If the Celtics and Heat play Friday but no one cares, does it count?
After nearly 30 years of ill will, Pat Riley just had to tell Danny Ainge to shut it.
The Celtics knew Andy Enfield long before his team became an NCAA bracket buster.
When did the Celtics' defense become such a sieve? Did Ray Allen know something?
The C's are in limbo with looming questions on the Big Three and a fairly bare roster.
We've been down this road before, but Saturday could finally be the end of the Big Three.
Against the hated Heat, the Celtics are thriving in their role as the lovable underdog.
Sound familiar? Down 2-1, the Celtics enter Game 4 needing to beat the Heat.
Sure, the Heat should win, but it's not like the Celtics don't have a chance.
Here's 10 reasons to be excited about the Celtics entering the playoffs.
Given the hand he's been dealt, Doc Rivers is working miracles this season.
Expect Rajon Rondo's A-game when the Celtics battle the Heat on ABC.
Since trading Kendrick Perkins, not much of anything has gone right for the Celtics.
The compressed NBA schedule presents some challenges for the Celtics.
History is not in Celtics' favor as they try to erase a 2-0 series deficit.
Celtics-Heat series features a matchup of two very different Big Threes.