Many may have already forgotten, but this summer Vitor Faverani allegedly picked up a DUI back in Spain. In the first time hearing from him since the incident, Faverani denied the charges at today’s media day. Scott Souza of Metro Daily West covered today’s media day, tweeting this out: #Celtics center Vitor Faverani refuted Spanish reports […]


We all knew it was coming, but it was just a matter of time. Today the Celtics officially signed Evan Turner, after clearing roster space by waiving several players, most notably Chris Johnson. ESPN sources say Evan Turner's deal with Boston is a two-year pact worth $6.7 million — Marc Stein (@ESPNSteinLine) September 29, 2014 […]


Boston Celtics starting point guard and captain Rajon Rondo sustained a broken hand Thursday night. According to ESPN he broke his hand after a fall in his shower. THIS JUST IN: Rajon Rondo suffered broken hand and had surgery today. Return timetable is unclear. (via @BostonGlobe) — SportsCenter (@SportsCenter) September 26, 2014 UPDATE: Rajon […]


ESPN released there first set of Power Rankings for the 2014-2015 NBA season today and the men in green and white debuted at #26. The #26 ranking put them at 11th in the Eastern conference ahead of the Bucks, Magic, and 76ers. A few noticeable rankings are the defending champion Spurs at #1, and the Lebron […]

Keith Bogans, MarShon Brooks

The Celtics completed a trade today, sending Keith Bogans to the Cavaliers in exchange for most notably some second round picks. The Celtics will also waive Chris Babb and Chris Johnson. 1/3) The Boston Celtics have traded Keith Bogans and 2 future conditional Sacramento 2nd round picks to Cleveland in exchange for… — Boston Celtics […]


Everyone knows the Celtics have a plethora of guard depth.  The addition of Marcus Smart and James Young to an already solid backcourt of Rajon Rondo and Avery Bradley will leave head coach Brad Stevens with a plethora of options on the perimeter. With three capable small forwards, Jeff Green, Gerald Wallace, and Evan Turner, […]


In normal life a 28-year-old man is still looked at as being young. Very few people, men or women, are expected to be leaders at that age, and the ones that are are often thought of as exceptional in their field. To be a good leader you need to do more than just be great […]


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