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  • Drake and Meek Mill end feud at TD Garden concert

    Drake and Meek Mill end feud at TD Garden concert

    At his headlining performance on Sept. 8 at Boston’s TD Garden, Drake officially put an end to his ongoing feud with Meek Mill. While on his ‘Aubrey and the Three Migos Tour,” Drake brought Meek Mill out for a performance of his title track off of his 2012 album, Dreams and Nightmares, according to...
  • Boston Celtics’ stars set for training camp

    Boston Celtics’ stars set for training camp

    Much of the optimism surrounding the Boston Celtics involves the eventual return of stars Kyrie Irving and Gordon Hayward. While Irving missed the playoffs with a knee injury, Hayward missed all but five minutes of the 2017-18 season with a gruesome leg fracture suffered on opening night. According...
  • Jaylen Brown sees Boston Celtics in NBA Finals

    Jaylen Brown sees Boston Celtics in NBA Finals

    The Boston Celtics are a popular pick to win the Eastern Conference in 2018-19, and one of their players is not shying away from those lofty predictions. Jaylen Brown, an athletic wing who enjoyed a breakout season last year, expressed that confidence on a podcast with fellow NBA player C.J...
  • Marcus Smart eyeing new 4-year deal with Boston Celtics

    Marcus Smart eyeing new 4-year deal with Boston Celtics

    Marcus Smart has endured a quiet offseason while waiting for a new deal with the Boston Celtics, and his time may have finally come. According to reports, the Celtics and Smart’s camp have begun negotiations on a 4-year deal in the $46-50 million range. Smart was publicly frustrated by the lack of...
  • Danny Ainge envisions competitive Eastern Conference

    Danny Ainge envisions competitive Eastern Conference

    Now that LeBron James has migrated to the Los Angeles Lakers and the Western Conference, many have painted a quick path for the Boston Celtics to reach the NBA Finals. With Kyrie Irving and Gordon Hayward slotted to return to the starting lineup, the Celtics appear to be the favorites. Celtics...
  • Gordon Hayward expects to return for 2018-19 opener

    Gordon Hayward expects to return for 2018-19 opener

    Gordon Hayward is a key part of the Boston Celtics’ potential success in 2018-19, and according to him, he’s on track to play in next year’s season opener. Hayward, Boston’s prized free-agent acquisition during the summer of 2017, played just five minutes in the regular season before suffering a...
  • Kyrie Irving explores possible reunion with LeBron James

    Kyrie Irving explores possible reunion with LeBron James

    Kyrie Irving seemingly left the Cleveland Cavaliers in order to escape superstar LeBron James, and now he’s faced with the prospect of reuniting with the future Hall of Famer. With LeBron set to opt out of his contract and become an unrestricted free agent, all 30 teams are charting plans for how...
  • Nick Cannon Presents: Wild ‘N Out Live 2018 tour set to dominate US

    Nick Cannon Presents: Wild ‘N Out Live 2018 tour set to dominate US

    Nick Cannon’s “Wild ‘N Out” was a staple in MTV’s televised programming schedule starting in 2005 and running off and on until its 11th and final season in 2017. During its time on MTV and MTV2, the popular improv comedy/competition show featured Nick Cannon hosting two teams of comedians in their...
  • Gordon Hayward takes next step for return to Boston Celtics

    Gordon Hayward takes next step for return to Boston Celtics

    Gordon Hayward, who missed all but five minutes of the 2017-18 NBA season with a leg fracture, recently underwent surgery to remove a plate and screws from his broken left leg. The Boston Celtics said he is expected to resume basketball activities in 6-8 weeks and return for the 2018-19 season...
  • Terry Rozier looks to fill future role with Boston Celtics

    Terry Rozier looks to fill future role with Boston Celtics

    Terry Rozier went from backup point guard to surprising starter during the Boston Celtics’ improbable run to the Eastern Conference Finals this season. And according to Rozier, he’s ready to return to a backup role when star point guard Kyrie Irving returns from injury in 2018-19. “As far as the...
  • Marcus Smart hopes to remain with Boston Celtics

    Marcus Smart hopes to remain with Boston Celtics

    Following a difficult end to the 2017-18 season, Boston Celtics reserve guard Marcus Smart stated his desire to remain with the organization long-term.  Smart, who is considered one of the league’s best perimeter defenders and an energy spark plug, will enter restricted free agency during the...
  • Boston Celtics’ rookie receives great praise

    Boston Celtics’ rookie receives great praise

    Jayson Tatum has enjoyed a banner year with the Boston Celtics. Not only as he evolved as a player on both the offensive and defensive ends of the floor, he is now carrying the Celtics’ offense in the absence of star point guard Kyrie Irving. That fact has not gotten lost on many of the game’s...
  • Jayson Tatum pushes Boston Celtics to brink of NBA Finals

    Jayson Tatum pushes Boston Celtics to brink of NBA Finals

    The Boston Celtics’ youth movement is evolving into the makings of Eastern Conference champions. Keyed by Jayson Tatum, the No. 3 overall pick in the 2017 NBA Draft, Boston is one win away from advancing to the NBA Finals. Despite missing stars Kyrie Irving and Gordon Hayward, head coach Brad...
  • Terry Rozier elevates game for Boston Celtics

    Terry Rozier elevates game for Boston Celtics

    Terry Rozier is no longer living in Kyrie Irving’s shadow. The 24-year-old point guard has taken his opportunity and run with it, replacing Irving and leading the Boston Celtics to the Eastern Conference Finals against the Cleveland Cavaliers. In a mostly reserve role, Rozier averaged 11.3 PPG...
  • Celtics' Jaylen Brown expected to miss Game 2 against 76ers

    Celtics' Jaylen Brown expected to miss Game 2 against 76ers

    The Boston Celtics pulled off quite an upset in Game 1 of their Eastern Conference Semifinals matchup against the Philadelphia 76ers. Although Boston has home-court advantage, Brad Stevens’ squad was forced to play without Jaylen Brown, who has emerged as a go-to option for the injured Celtics...
  • Brad Stevens validates position as one of NBA’s best coaches

    Brad Stevens validates position as one of NBA’s best coaches

    Brad Stevens, the head coach of the Boston Celtics, has long been thought of as one of the NBA’s best coaches. After watching their performance during the 2017-18 regular season and postseason, that can no longer be questioned. The Celtics have dealt with an assortment of major injuries throughout...
  • Boston Celtics continuing to battle injuries in playoffs

    Boston Celtics continuing to battle injuries in playoffs

    It’s no secret that the Boston Celtics have sorely missed Kyrie Irving and Gordon Hayward in these playoffs. While Hayward has missed all but five minutes this season, Irving played to an All-Star level throughout the season before getting shut down to rehab a knee injury. Even though Marcus Smart...
  • Marcus Smart pivotal for Boston Celtics’ playoff run

    Marcus Smart pivotal for Boston Celtics’ playoff run

    Marcus Smart has missed the first four games of the Eastern Conference playoffs while recovering from a broken hand, but all indications show that he is set to return. The Boston Celtics have officially upgraded him to questionable for Game 5. Smart has proven to be a valuable member of the Celtics...
  • Boston Celtics’ Marcus Smart could make early playoff return

    Boston Celtics’ Marcus Smart could make early playoff return

    While the Boston Celtics will be without the services of Kyrie Irving for the duration of the postseason, they could receive one key contributor at some point in the first round of the Eastern Conference playoffs. Smart has been absent with a torn right UCL tendon in his thumb, an injury that was...
  • Kyrie Irving set to miss rest of season

    Kyrie Irving set to miss rest of season

    The Eastern Conference playoffs took an unexpected hit Thursday when it was announced that Boston Celtics star Kyrie Irving would miss the remainder of the regular season and the playoffs with his bothersome knee injury. Irving will need an additional surgery to remove screws that were initially...
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