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A Ball for Banner No. 17
The 2008 NBA World Championship title-winning Celtics brought home banner No. 17 in a hard-fought postseason that saw Boston play at least six games in all four playoffs series. The 2008 NBA Finals MVP, Paul Pierce, and fellow Hall-of-Famers Kevin Garnett and Ray Allen all signed this basketball, along with their teammates.
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A Fresh Start in 2013
Big changes were in store for the Celtics in 2013 as Head Coach Doc Rivers departed for the Los Angeles Clippers, and Kevin Garnett and Paul Pierce went to the Brooklyn Nets on a trade. In their stead, Director of Basketball Operations Danny Ainge brought in Butler University Coach Brad Stevens and filled the roster […]
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A Hot Start in ’09
After a disappointing defeat in the second round of the 2009 NBA Playoffs, the Celtics made a significant addition for the upcoming season by signing four-time All-Star Rasheed Wallace to beef up the bench. Boston got off to an amazing start and sported a 23-5 record after a win on Christmas Day. While the starting […]
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Adding Veterans to the Mix in 2011
The Celtics core of Kevin Garnett, Ray Allen, Paul Pierce, Kendrick Perkins and Rajon Rondo needed some help in order to keep their championship hopes alive in the 2010-11 season. The team added future Hall-of-Famer Shaquille O’Neal and six-time All-Star Jermaine O’Neal to the mix. Boston won 56 games and their fourth-straight Atlantic Division title […]
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An All-Star Season
With Kendrick Perkins injured and Rasheed Wallace retired, the Celtics needed some heft inside and turned to a couple of O’Neals – future Hall-of-Famer Shaquille O’Neal and veteran forward Jermaine O’Neal. Overall, 21 players suited up for Boston in the 2010-11 season as the Celtics won 56 games and their fourth consecutive Atlantic Division title. […]
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An Unexpected Playoff Trip
The rebuilding Celtics unexpectedly made the NBA Playoffs in 2015. With the December trade of Rajon Rondo, one of six trades made by Danny Ainge during the season, the 2008 championship core was left behind in favor of new stars. An old foe stood in the way of the Celtics in LeBron James, back with […]
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Boston’s New Big Three Rises
Following a last-place finish in the 2006-07 season, the Celtics overhauled the roster. By adding superstars Kevin Garnett and Ray Allen to join Paul Pierce – forming a new Big Three in Boston – the team completed one of the most stunning turnarounds in NBA history. Combined with Rajon Rondo and Kendrick Perkins, the group […]
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Celtics Start in Europe
Before the 2007-08 NBA World Championship season, the Celtics played preseason games in Europe. Hoping to duplicate those good feelings, Coach Doc Rivers and his team went back across the pond before the 2012-13 season to tour Italy and Turkey. In what would be Paul Pierce and Kevin Garnett’s final season with the team, the […]
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Enduring a Tough Season
Things went from bad to worse for the Celtics in the 2006-07 campaign, dropping 18 in a row at one point and winning only 24 games all season. Injuries cost team leader Paul Pierce half the season, breaking his streak of All-Star Game appearances, while Wally Szczerbiak played in only 32 games. One bright spot […]
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Found the Right Mix With Thomas
Brad Stevens’ second season leading the Celtics was not the start they hoped for as Boston held a 20-33 record after a loss on February 22, 2015. With star guard Rajon Rondo traded to the Dallas Mavericks in December and forward Jeff Green moved to the Memphis Grizzlies in January, not much clicked for the […]