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Paul George's R&E Would Be $94M Over Three Years, Expires When Eligible For 35 Percent Max
Paul George would add $74 million over just two seasons and he would be instantly eligible for a 10-year veteran max at 35 percent in 2020.
Celtics Could Trade For Paul George If Agreement Reached With Gordon Hayward
Paul George has long preferred to sign with the Lakers in 2018, but it is possible the Celtics could make a trade for him with a commitment in the long-term.
Danny Ainge Suggests Celtics' Asset Depth Has Caused Teams To Ask For Too Much
Danny Ainge was asked whether he feels the Celtics are being asked for more in trade discussions than they are of other teams.
Celtics Unwilling To Trade No. 3 In 2017 Or Brooklyn's 2018 Pick To Bulls For Jimmy Butler
The Celtics continue to be reluctant to trade assets for an established star.
Celtics, Pacers Engage More Seriously On Paul George Trade
Boston selected Jayson Tatum at No. 3, who would presumably be moved to Indiana if a Paul George deal is consummated.
Knicks Seeking 3rd Pick, Brooklyn 2018 1st, Brown, Crowder From Celtics For Porzingis
The Celtics, at this point, are unwilling to meet Phil Jackson's asking price.
Knicks Have 'So Far' Yet To Find Team To Meet Trade Price On Kristaps Porzingis
The Knicks are attempting to trade into the top-4 of the draft.
Multiple Teams Interested In Trading Up For Josh Jackson
With Markelle Fultz and Lonzo Ball almost certainly going first and second, the draft will begin at No. 3 with the Celtics.
Celtics, Lakers, 76ers, Suns, Kings Thunder Have Discussed Kristaps Porzingis Trade
Phil Jackson expressed in an MSG interview that he's still disappointed Kristaps Porzingis skipping his exit meeting.
Celtics Interested In Trading Down To Target Dennis Smith Jr.
Danny Ainge and the Celtics are considering moving back in the draft again from No. 3.

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Grading The Deal: 76ers Acquire No. 1 Overall Pick From Celtics

by Christopher Reina

If there's any two teams most likely to meet in multiple Eastern Conference Finals over the next decade, it's the Celtics and 76ers, and that potential rivalry becomes intertwined with the biggest draft week trade since the early nineties.

LeBron Makes Good On Promise, Cavaliers Hand Celtics Historic Loss In Game 2

by Andrew Perna

What's in store for Games 3 and 4 if the Cavaliers can play better? 140 points? More than 25 made threes? Can LeBron best Michael Jordan's 63, or is he playing too efficiently to take on that type of the scoring load?

Celtics Run Off Home Floor By Cavs In Game 1

by Andrew Perna

The lack of a rim protector was something the Celtics were able to get away with during the regular season and the early rounds, but was a badly exposed flaw by LeBron and the Cavs.

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Boston Celtics Schedule

May. 17 at 8:30 PM
L, 104-117
May. 19 at 8:30 PM
L, 86-130
May. 21 at 8:30 PM
W, 108-111
May. 23 at 8:30 PM
L, 112-99
May. 25 at 8:30 PM
L, 102-135
Jul. 3 at 7:00 PM
Jul. 5 at 7:00 PM
San Antonio
Jul. 6 at 9:00 PM
Jul. 8 at 8:30 PM
L.A. Lakers
Jul. 9 at 8:30 PM

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Boston Celtics Leaders

Isaiah Thomas 28.93 Points

Al Horford 6.79 Rebounds

Isaiah Thomas 5.91 Assists

Al Horford 1.29 Blocks

Marcus Smart 1.57 Steals

Demetrius Jackson 31.51 PER

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Top Performers for May. 25, 2017

Avery Bradley 23 Points

Jae Crowder 6 Rebounds

Terry Rozier 7 Assists

Jae Crowder 1 Blocks

Terry Rozier 2 Steals

Avery Bradley 9.4 Efficiency

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