Boston Celtics Front Office

Phil Jackson Regrets Not Trading For Jae Crowder In Tyson Chandler Trade
Jae Crowder was offered to the Knicks in the Tyson Chandler trade.
Celtics Renounce Draft Rights To Colton Iverson
Colton Iverson was a second round pick in 2013 who has played Internationally in each of the past three seasons.
R.J. Hunter, James Young, John Holland, Ben Bentil To Compete For Final Celtics' Roster Spot
James Young and R.J. Hunter are former first round picks.
Abdel Nader Agrees To Deal With Red Claws
Abdel Nader received significant offers in Europe as well.
Celtics Sign Marcus Georges-Hunt To Camp Deal
Marcus Georges-Hunt went undrafted out of Georgia Tech.
RealGM Radio: Atlantic Division With Tim Bontemps, Jared Weiss
Host Danny Leroux, Tim Bontemps of the Washington Post and Jared Weiss of CLNS Radio and CelticsBlog go in-depth on the Atlantic Division.
Isaiah Thomas: I'm 'Closest Thing' To Allen Iverson
Isaiah Thomas attended a gala hosted by Iverson over the weekend in Philadelphia.
Abdel Nader Reluctant To Agree Upon Stash Deal With Celtics
The Celtics drafted Abdel Nader 58th overall out of Iowa State.
Ray Allen In Contact With Celtics, Bucks On Possible Deal
Ray Allen is considering an NBA return after not playing two seasons.
Demetrius Jackson, Celtics Agree Upon Guaranteed Deal For 16-17
R.J. Hunter, James Young, Ben Bentil and John Holland are expected to fight for Boston's final roster spot.

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Marcus Smart And Boston's Point Guard Quest

by Dave DuFour

If Marcus Smart can improve his shooting to league average, with all of his other qualities taken into account, he could evolve into just the All-Star Boston is looking for and not just a one-way defensive stopper.

2016 NBA Offseason Review: Atlantic Division

by Keith P Smith

On the Raptors and Celtics trying to take the next step as playoff contenders, the Knicks working on building around Carmelo Anthony and Kristaps Porzingis, while the 76ers and Nets look long-term.

Why The Celtics Should Hunker Down, Not Disrupt Asset Base

by Michael Pina

At the cost of well-crafted continuity and an undeniably positive culture, would moving, say, two or three rotation players and both Brooklyn picks for Superstar X vault them ahead of the Cavaliers and Warriors? It would not.

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