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Dec 18, 2014
Rotoworld
The Clippers, Pelicans, and Grizzlies are reportedly interested in landing Jeff Green, but the Celtics so far have not liked their offers.
CelticsBlog 13 hours ago

Who is the next to go?

Rondo is gone. Jeff Green and Brandon Bass could next. After years and years of Rajon Rondo rumors, a deal was finally completed Thursday night that ended his career in Celtics green. It is the end of an era, and sets the Celtics on course for a complete rebuild. We have covered the trade in great detail, but now let's take a look at what the future holds. Who's next? According to Adrian Wojnarowski and Marc Spears at Yahoo, it could be Jeff Green. "Boston has been consistently shopping forward Jeff Green, trying to acquire a package that includes a first-round draft pick, sources...
Rotoworld Dec 18, 2014

Report: Teams trying to land Jeff Green - Jeff Green (G/F) Boston Celtics

The Clippers, Pelicans, and Grizzlies are reportedly interested in landing Jeff Green, but the Celtics so far have not liked their offers.
CelticsBlog Dec 16, 2014

Jeff Green has finally taken his game to the next level for the Boston Celtics

Jeff Green is having the best season of his career. Isn't it incredible just how much your opinion of a topic or person can change in just one year? Sometimes we get so fixated on the moment that we lose sight of the fact that that things can change drastically in just seconds, months, or years. That's what happened to my opinion this year in regards to Boston Celtics small forward Jeff Green. I published a CelticsBlog column in January 2014 titled, "Won't Get Fooled Again," which was about Green and his inability to reach the next level as a player. My goal was to implore Celtics...

C's desperate for win, need play to match

BOSTON -- Jeff Green is playing some of the most inspired and consistent basketball of his career. Now, if only he could enjoy it. "I want to win. I don’t care how I play, I just want to win," said a frustrated Green, who scored a game-high 28 points but watched the New York Knicks snap a 10-game losing streak with a 101-95 triumph over the Boston Celtics on Friday night at TD Garden. Green did his part, especially late in the fourth quarter when he almost single-handedly willed Boston back into the game despite trailing by as much as 15 in the final frame.
Celtics Today Dec 10, 2014
Jeff Green playing his best basketball

Jeff Green playing his best basketball

Green is averaging 25.8 points per game while shooting 49.4 percent through five games that the team has played to start the month of December. The Celtics are 3-2 in the month so far, with the rest of the month fairly easy. The 28-year-old Green is averaging a team- and career-best 19.8 points per game this season while adding 4.5 rebounds, 1.7 assists and 1.1 steals over a team-high 34.3 minutes per game. Green's entire attitude seems different this year. He's attacking, and picking his spots with ease, more so than any season with Boston. I think you can credit Green as the Celtics go-to...

Jeff Green's success isn't translating

The knock on Jeff Green has long been that he's simply not consistent enough, which is why it's so surprising that, nearing the end of the first quarter of the 2014-15 season, a case can be made that Green has been the most consistent player on the Boston Celtics. The 28-year-old Green is averaging a team- and career-best 19.8 points per game this season while adding 4.5 rebounds, 1.7 assists and 1.1 steals over a team-high 34.3 minutes per game.

Practice: Green picks up his defense

WALTHAM, Mass. -- Long criticized for his lack of consistency, Boston Celtics forward Jeff Green has quieted most of those grumbles this season with reliable offensive output. The day after Green took on the challenge of guarding Kobe Bryant during Boston's win over the Los Angeles Lakers, coach Brad Stevens made it a point Saturday to single out Green's improving defensive consistency as well. "He’s played well, defensively, this year," said Stevens.
Celtics Today Dec 3, 2014
Another letdown for Boston in Atlanta, 109-105

Another letdown for Boston in Atlanta, 109-105

The Boston Celtics built an impressive 23-point lead in the first half. They also scored a season best 40 points in the first quarter, but Boston couldn't sustain that through the final three quarters. Jeff Green missed a potential game-tying shot in the closing seconds, and the Celtics couldn't grab the offensive rebound. The Hawks won 109-105, and the Celtics fall to 4-11.Rondo was on point, and brilliant with his playmaking in the first half, but finished with 2 points (on 1-of-8 shooting) with 19 assists and 12 rebounds. He also turned the ball over seven times. His defense fell apart in...

Jeff Green vehemently denies trade rumor

Boston Celtics forward Jeff Green admitted on Friday that all of the losing is tough to take and some in the media took his words to mean that he want...
Boston Globe Nov 24, 2014

Jeff Green Shoots Down "B.S." Trade Rumors

Jeff Green spoke out strongly Sunday night against a recent string of trade rumors surrounding his desire to remain in Boston.
Boston Herald Nov 24, 2014
Celtics Notebook: Jeff Green vehemently denies desire to move

Celtics Notebook: Jeff Green vehemently denies desire to move

Jeff Green, angered by a national blogger’s interpretation of a local report detailing the Celtics forward’s appeal on the trade market, unloaded on the media after the 94-88 loss to Portland last night at the Garden.
CelticsBlog Nov 23, 2014

Celtics Locker Room Reaction: Jeff Green Rips Media Misquote on Trade Rumor

Jeff Green opened his post-game press conference by making a statement that he was misquoted and never said he wanted to be traded. Meanwhile, Rajon Rondo reiterated that he has faith in his team.

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