2014 NBA Draft Lottery Odds for Every Team

The 2014 NBA Draft lottery will be held Tuesday night and the results will be broadcast on ESPN at 8 p.m. ET. To get you primed and ready for the most anticipated draft lottery in years we’ve put together the odds for each of the 14 lottery teams.

Rajon Rondo likely to make season debut on Friday

Boston Celtics point guard Rajon Rondo has been out for almost a year after tearing the ACL in his right knee. For months there was no specific timeline for his return, but on Thursday it was revealed that Rondo will return on Friday night to face the Los Angeles Lakers.

Celtic Pride defeats Utah Jazz for first win of the season

Can you believe it has been 17 years since the movie “Celtic Pride,” was released in theaters. No, you probably weren’t thinking about it.

Boston Celtics: Rajon Rondo could be out until December

The Boston Celtics are in full rebuilding mode around new head coach Brad Stevens, and a huge key to an eventual turnaround will be 27-year-old point guard Rajon Rondo. Rondo is recovering from ACL surgery on his right knee and reports now suggest he could be out until at least December.

Brad Stevens: How will he fit in the NBA?

Making the coaching jump from college basketball to the NBA isn’t an easy transition. When the Boston Celtics announced they hired Butler head coach Brad Stevens as the next leader of their storied organization, it received a mixed reaction.

Boston Celtics, Brooklyn Nets trade not impressive for either team

The trade sending Kevin Garnett, Paul Pierce and Jason Terry from the Boston Celtics to the Brooklyn Nets isn’t as impressive as it may look on paper.

Can the Miami Heat be beaten in a seven game series?

Since LeBron James left Cleveland and headed to South Beach, the Miami Heat have become a powerhouse. Teams like the Chicago Bulls, Indiana Pacers and Boston Celtics have been able to frustrate King James and company at times, but aside from Mark Cuban’s Dallas Mavericks defeating the Heat during the first year of the “Big […]

Doc Rivers returning to the Boston Celtics?

Doc Rivers has three years left on his current contract with the Boston Celtics, but following the team’s first-round ouster in the 2013 NBA playoffs, it appears he’s uncertain about his future.

Tuesday’s NBA Playoffs recap

The opening weekend of this year’s NBA Playoffs was largely a snooze-fest, with the Denver Nuggets and Golden State Warriors providing the only close contest of all of the opening games (thanks, Andre Miller!). Monday’s pair of games showed a marked improvement in competitive balance, starting with the Chicago Bulls tying their series with the […]

NBA Christmas Day Schedule … and NBA Superstars Singing ‘Jingle Bells’

Before we get to the NBA’s Christmas Day schedule for 2012, a quick little something for anyone who might at all be struggling to get into the Christmas spirit.

On Ray Allen and Loyalty in Sports

Loyalty in sports is an often questioned topic. Should players stay in the town where they were made famous and where the fans backed them vociferously, or is playing for a team simply a business decision?

Analyzing The NBA’s New Big 3 Era: Is It Really As Bad As It’s Being Made Out To Be?

Why is it good if the same teams are there at the end all the time? How is it fair? It’s for that competitive balance reason why so many are opposed to stars ending up in just a few cities, claiming that it is bad for the league and that it’s a huge problem. However, is it really?

With Great Finals Matchup Set, It’s Time To Appreciate the State of the NBA Game

The 2012 NBA Playoffs have been a blast to watch, but these last couple of months have not been just another post season; they’ve been something much more special than that.

Heat Beat Celtics: Miami’s Three Survives While Boston’s ‘Big Three’ May Be Finished

The Heat avoided having to answer massive questions about the future of their biggest stars by beating the Celtics to reach the Finals. Now it is the Celtics who must answer pivotal questions about their core players heading into next season.

Celtics-Heat Game 6 Shows Sports Fans At Their Best and Worst

The Eastern Conference Finals heads back to Miami for the decisive Game 7, but Celtics fans certainly went out with flourish – in ways both good and bad – before possibly seeing their team play for the final team this year.