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CelticsBlog Apr 13, 2015

Boston Celtics Daily Links 4/13/15

All the Celtics news you need in one convenient place. Herald  Celtics poised to make playoffs now Bulpett: LeBron James looms as major impediment for Celtics Celtics Notebook: Thomas believed from get-go Around the NBA: Picks for NBA awards _ and league championWestbrook avoids suspension with technical rescindedCeltics Notebook: Brandon Bass strikes a low, steady toneCeltics beat Cavs, inch closer to sealing playoff berth Globe  Wyc Grousbeck: I Would Love to Face LeBron in PlayoffsWatch: Isaiah Thomas Busts Out Solid Rondo ImpressionCeltics On Verge of Making Playoffs After Routing...
Boston Herald Apr 12, 2015
Celtics Notebook: Brandon Bass strikes a low, steady tone

Celtics Notebook: Brandon Bass strikes a low, steady tone

Brandon Bass is 6-foot-8 — a filled-out and strong 6-8. Although he can certainly hit the 17-footer with above-average regularity, Bass is not one of those slight forwards who spend their NBA nights on the perimeter trying to lure opposing big men away from the lane.You’d think it would be hard to miss him, but it took sultan of stat Dick Lipe to offer a reminder that Bass has the third-longest active streak of consecutive games played.

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Celtics Player News

  • Kelly Olynyk

    Danny Ainge defends Kelly Olynyk for injuring Kevin Love

  • Jae Crowder

    J.R. Smith suspended two games for punching Jae Crowder

  • Isaiah Thomas

    Ainge confident sixth-man Isaiah Thomas will produce regardless of his role

  • Evan Turner

    Evan Turner thankful Celtics gave him big shot

  • Marcus Smart

    Marcus Smart finishes fifth in Rookie of the Year voting

  • Avery Bradley

    Celtics Notebook: Avery Bradley needs to solve chilly start

  • Jonas Jerebko

    Boston Celtics coach Brad Stevens said he was "considering" a lineup change

  • Jared Sullinger

    Boston Celtics Exit Interview: Has Jared Sullinger stagnated?

  • Brandon Bass

    Brad Stevens would be wise to make a change to the Boston Celtics' starting frontcourt

  • Tyler Zeller

    Boston Celtics demolish shorthanded Cavaliers 117-78