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Boston Celtics daily links 2/25/20

Boston Celtics daily links 2/25/20

Enes Kanter vs Lakers 2/23/20 | Photo by Katelyn Mulcahy/ All the Celtics news you need in one convenient place. Herald Jayson Tatum’s star still needs a little help Globe Showtime is producing a Kevin Garnett documentary Paul Pierce: Celtics have a psychological advantage over the Lakers Sunday showed us Celtics-Lakers in an NBA Finals showdown would be worth it Inside the room where the basketball world said goodbye to Kobe Bryant Celtics Green Preview: Celtics (39-17) at Trail Blazers (26-32) Game #57 2/25/20 CelticsBlog The Garden Report: Celtics should rest up Kemba...
CelticsBlog Feb 21, 2020
Boston Celtics daily links 2/21/20

Boston Celtics daily links 2/21/20

Jaylen Brown vs Thunder 2/9/20 | Alonzo Adams-USA TODAY Sports All the Celtics news you need in one convenient place. Herald If Jaylen Brown’s math is correct, Celtics are in for a big year Enes Kanter blends politics with his basketball Swollen knee forces Kemba Walker to sideline against Timberwolves Globe 4 questions the Celtics will answer after the All-Star break The Celtics are back from the All-Star break. Here are seven things to watch Nets star Kyrie Irving to have season-ending shoulder surgery Celtics’s Kemba Walker had to have knee drained, injection after...
CelticsBlog Feb 20, 2020
Boston Celtics daily links 2/20/20

Boston Celtics daily links 2/20/20

Jayson Tatum vs Rockets 2/11/20 | Troy Taormina-USA TODAY Sports All the Celtics news you need in one convenient place. Herald Robert Williams back on the floor as Celtics reconvene Globe Danny Ainge on whether the Celtics will retire Ray Allen’s number Celtics injury update: The return of Robert Williams is nearing Robert Williams has his first full practice with Celtics since injuring his hip Losing takes its toll on John Beilein, who resigns as Cavaliers coach CelticsBlog Robert Williams practices without restrictions Midseason progress report: Enes Kanter ESPN Bit of...
ClutchPoints Feb 20, 2020
Enes Kanter declares NBA must help WNBA players in fight for equality

Enes Kanter declares NBA must help WNBA players in fight for equality

As part of a recently-written article for TIME, Celtics center Enes Kanter implored his fellow NBA players to help the women of the WNBA in their fight for financial and social equality. “A dream came true When I was drafted into the NBA a decade ago,” Kanter wrote, via TIME. “I never thought of anything […] The post Enes Kanter declares NBA must help WNBA players in fight for equality appeared first on ClutchPoints.
CelticsBlog Feb 20, 2020
Midseason progress report: Enes Kanter

Midseason progress report: Enes Kanter

Photo by Brian Babineau/NBAE via Earning under $4.8 million for the year, Kanter has shown to be a true bargain pick-up that is elevating the team when on the floor. Enes Kanter, capable of singlehandedly demoralizing the opposition on their own glass, has been delivered on his reputation in Boston. Known for his insatiable hunger on the offensive boards, he ranks in the 97th percentile league wide according to Cleaning the Glass. Delightfully surprising has been his ability on the defensive glass too, pulling down 26 percent of available rebounds which places him among the elite...
CelticsBlog Feb 14, 2020
Must Cs: Jayson Tatum overcomes Kawhi Leonard in iconic performance

Must Cs: Jayson Tatum overcomes Kawhi Leonard in iconic performance

Photo by Maddie Meyer/ The Celtics earned their most iconic win of the season over the Clippers, capping over one month of playing games every other day — or back-to-back. This double-overtime win took them to 15-8 over that stretch after starting 4-6. With injuries to Jayson Tatum, Jaylen Brown, Kemba Walker, Daniel Theis, Enes Kanter and Gordon Hayward throughout that span it backed their depth and versatility. Brown missed another game with his ailing ankles and calf, so Smart started and dropped 31 points on LA. While Lou Williams and Landry Shamet got singled out by Tatum and...
CelticsBlog Feb 10, 2020
Balance and big plays late for seventh straight: 10 Takeaways from Celtics/Thunder

Balance and big plays late for seventh straight: 10 Takeaways from Celtics/Thunder

Alonzo Adams-USA TODAY Sports All five Boston starters scored in double-figures, while three had double-doubles in the victory 1. To keep a win-streak going against a really good team on the road, you need to have a good team effort and that’s exactly what the Celtics got to beat the Thunder on Sunday. All five starters scored in double-figures, ranging from 13 to 27 points, and three had double-doubles. The main reserve group of Marcus Smart, Enes Kanter, Grant Williams and Brad Wanamaker all contributed too. In a game where Boston fell behind by 10 points to start the second half,...
Hoops Habit Feb 9, 2020

Boston Celtics: 3 keys to the Celtics’ current winning streak

The Boston Celtics have hit their stride as of late, and many people are curious as to their strategy for success. The Boston Celtics have been plagued with more injuries this season than any in the team’s last few. Just to illustrate some examples, Gordon Hayward has missed 17 games, Enes Kanter has missed 12, […] Boston Celtics: 3 keys to the Celtics’ current winning streak - Hoops Habit - Hoops Habit - NBA News, Rumors, Analysis, Opinion and Stats
ClutchPoints Feb 8, 2020
Enes Kanter reacts to Kevin Durant’s reasoning for leaving OKC

Enes Kanter reacts to Kevin Durant’s reasoning for leaving OKC

Brooklyn Nets forward Kevin Durant recently revealed on the All The Smoke podcast his reasoning for leaving the Oklahoma City Thunder in the summer of 2016. According to Durant, he needed a change of scenery and grew tired of being the only Thunder player capable of knocking down jump shots and three-pointers consistently. This didn’t […] The post Enes Kanter reacts to Kevin Durant’s reasoning for leaving OKC appeared first on ClutchPoints.
ClutchPoints Feb 6, 2020
VIDEO: Celtics’ Enes Kanter has hilarious reaction to surviving the trade deadline

VIDEO: Celtics’ Enes Kanter has hilarious reaction to surviving the trade deadline

Before the season started, Boston Celtics big man Enes Kanter said he takes pride in being the guy in the locker room who puts “a smile on people’s faces.” Well, Kanter hasn’t disappointed and has lived up to the billing of being one of the funniest players in the league. He’s got a great personality […] The post VIDEO: Celtics’ Enes Kanter has hilarious reaction to surviving the trade deadline appeared first on ClutchPoints.
CelticsBlog Feb 6, 2020
Must Cs: Injured Celtics pull away from Magic late behind youth

Must Cs: Injured Celtics pull away from Magic late behind youth

Photo by Kathryn Riley/ Grant Williams and now Romeo Langford are contributing to a Celtics team down Kemba Walker, Marcus Smart and Daniel Theis to keep the winning rolling. Jayson Tatum, Jaylen Brown, Marcus Smart, Kemba Walker, Enes Kanter and Daniel Theis all missed games during the past three weeks — while the Celtics just won their eighth game in their last nine. The bench — largely composed of rookies — continues to lift the C’s to wins. The Magic stuck within several possessions, themselves missing three rotation players. Boston pulled away late, with Grant Williams...
ClutchPoints Feb 4, 2020
Brett Brown’s seat is getting hotter with Sixers

Brett Brown’s seat is getting hotter with Sixers

For the second time in as many games, the Philadelphia 76ers were embarrassed by an Eastern Conference contender on Monday night, as the Sixers were routed by the Miami Heat by a score of 137-106. That loss came two days after losing to a Kemba Walker-less and Enes Kanter-less Boston Celtics team by 21 points. […] The post Brett Brown’s seat is getting hotter with Sixers appeared first on ClutchPoints.
CelticsBlog Feb 4, 2020
Boston dominates inside for 4th straight win: 10 Takeaways from Celtics/Hawks

Boston dominates inside for 4th straight win: 10 Takeaways from Celtics/Hawks

Photo by Carmen Mandato/ C’s held significant advantages in the paint and on the break in the victory 1. As we’ve come to expect over the years, Boston is somehow better when they are down a couple of key players. The Celtics got Enes Kanter back, but Marcus Smart sat this game out, continuing the “get one back, lose one” trend. Kemba Walker sat out a second game in a row as well. Boston opened the game without a traditional point guard (Javonte Green got his first career start) and played a lot of funky lineups throughout against a very small Atlanta team. But the Celtics got...
ClutchPoints Feb 3, 2020
Celtics’ Enes Kanter reacts to Clint Capela, Rockets trade rumors

Celtics’ Enes Kanter reacts to Clint Capela, Rockets trade rumors

The Boston Celtics are in talks with the Houston Rockets about a Clint Capela trade. Celtics big man Enes Kanter, who is pretty active on Twitter, clearly saw the report and reacted on Twitter:
CelticsBlog Feb 3, 2020
Boston Celtics daily links 2/3/20

Boston Celtics daily links 2/3/20

Daniel Theis vs 76ers 2/1/20 | Photo by Brian Babineau/NBAE via All the Celtics news you need in one convenient place. Herald Gordon Hayward hasn’t pondered his contract decision; he’s just thinking about a title with the Celtics Globe Lots of Celtics have taken steps forward, but Jaylen Brown earns most improved so far Grant Williams and Semi Ojeleye make a nice frontcourt pairing for Celtics Celtics Green Comments from the Other Side - 76ers 2/1/20 Preview: (Celtics (33-25) at Hawks (13-37) Game #49 2/3/20 CelticsBlog Marcus Smart out, Enes Kanter available vs. Hawks...

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