By Alex Barth, 985TheSportsHub.com The Celtics will be without their second leading scorer Friday night, as the team announced Friday morning Jayson Tatum will be held out of the game with a groin injury and his current status is 'day-to-day'. Tatum suffered the injury in the second half of Wednesday's 119-95 win over the Memphis…
By Alex Barth, 985TheSportsHub.com The Celtics bench will be at least a man shorter than usual when they begin their three-game road trip Friday night in Orlando, and that number could grow between now and game time. The team announced via Twitter Thursday afternoon that Jaylen Brown (right ankle sprain) and Jayson Tatum (right groin…
By Alex Barth, 985TheSportsHub.com Just when the Celtics seemed to finally be getting healthy, last night’s 119-95 win over the Memphis Grizzlies appeared to have set them back. The team didn’t have forward Jaylen Brown for the game, he sat out after aggravating a sprained ankle in Monday’s win over the Lakers. Then, in the…
Celtics center Enes Kanter has long spoken out against the dictatorship in his home country of Turkey. So they respond by censoring him in games - and doing a terrible job at it.
Enes Kanter brings one particular skill to his game that the Celtics have sorely lacked in recent years. Here's how Kanter can help Boston in the playoffs.
In the fourth quarter last night, Joel Embiid torched the Celtics for 16 points, eight of which came from the free-throw line. Embiid made shots from the perimeter and in the paint, and the Celtics really couldn’t do a thing about it.
The Celtics will look to make it seven straight wins, but they'll once again have to do it with Enes Kanter.
In the wake of Enes Kanter’s Instagram post, let’s talk about jerseys. Once upon a time, NBA teams wore one jersey for home games and a different one on the road. Then, the mid-'90s went and ambushed fans with a series of garish redesigns and new “alternates” for teams like the Bulls, Knicks and Heat.…
In or out on these potential new jerseys the Celtics may or may not wear?
A knee issue will keep Enes Kanter out of the Celtics' home opener on Friday night.
Celtics center Enes Kanter was limping around after the Green's season-opening loss to the 76ers on Wednesday night.
Danny Ainge on Toucher & Rich: Kyrie Irving indicated to him multiple times he 'really wanted to go home', but never told him he was leaving Boston
Ainge tells T&R that Kyrie indicated to him on multiple occasions he was leaning toward leaving the Celtics to play closer to home in Brooklyn.
Enes Kanter takes Kyrie Irving's No. 11 and trolls him in the process: 'I want to be the reason no one else will.'
Kyrie Irving once said he wants to be the reason nobody else wears No. 11 for the Celtics. Well, that's out the window now. But Enes Kanter feels the "same".
The 6-foot-11 center averaged 14.0 points and 10.5 rebounds in 44 games for the Knicks this season.