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Boston Herald Aug 1, 2015
Brad Stevens off to Africa

Brad Stevens off to Africa

Brad Stevens considers his first trip to Africa to be such a rare opportunity, the Celtics coach has brought his entire family.Stevens is on the coaching staff of Team World, which will play Team Africa tomorrow in Johanesburg, South Africa, in the first NBA event ever held on African soil. Team Africa features players of African descent, like Sudan’s Luol Deng. Team World, which includes players like the Clippers’ Chris Paul and the Celtics’ Evan Turner, takes its roster from every other part of the planet.

Ainge: Stevens will go down as one of coaching greats

Ainge: Stevens will go down as one of coaching greats

Pelton: Projecting the most effective rookies

Pelton: Projecting the most effective rookies
Boston Herald Jul 28, 2015
Veteran Lee sees Warriors 
in these Celts

Veteran Lee sees Warriors 
in these Celts

WALTHAM — David Lee finally saw the best the NBA has to offer during the past three seasons, culminating in an NBA championship with Golden State last month.But he knows the other side, too. As Lee admitted to big laughs yesterday, he lived his first five seasons with the Knicks, so he recognizes a train wreck when he sees one.And Lee believes he can draw parallels between the Celtics’ current situation and the Warriors’ rebuild, which netted a title.
Boston Herald Jul 28, 2015
Celtics Beat: Big Red big fan of Amir

Celtics Beat: Big Red big fan of Amir

WALTHAM — When Amir Johnson walked into the gym at the Celtics practice facility, he was more than a little stunned to see NBA legend and former Pistons assistant coach Dave Cowens.“I wasn’t expecting to see him there, but it was really nice,” Johnson said later — after the press conference formally introducing him and others.Cowens, meanwhile, is a tad surprised to see Johnson on the Celtics roster, but, in line with Amir’s reaction, he thinks it’s really nice, as well.

Heat trade Zoran Dragic to Celtics to clear tax space, roster spot

The Miami Heat's summer clearance sale continued Monday with the team agreeing to trade reserve guard Zoran Dragic to the Boston Celtics.

Sources: Celtics take Z. Dragic, save Heat millions

Sources: Celtics take Z. Dragic, save Heat millions
Heat trade Zoran Dragic to Celtics

Heat trade Zoran Dragic to Celtics

The Miami HEAT announced today that they have traded guard Zoran Dragic to the Boston Celtics, along with a 2020 second-round draft pick and cash considerations, in exchange for a protected 2019 draft pick.

Heat trade Zoran Dragic to Celtics to clear tax space, roster spot

The Miami Heat's summer clearance sale continued Monday with the team agreeing to trade reserve guard Zoran Dragic to the Boston Celtics, an NBA source confirmed to the Sun Sentinel.

Heat trade Zoran Dragic to Celtics, continue to shed salary

One day after reportedly sending second-year point guard Shabazz Napier to the Orlando Magic, the Miami Heat have agreed to trade guard Zoran Dragic to the Boston Celtics, multiple sources ...
Boston Herald Jul 26, 2015
Sixers’ misstep with Joel Embiid might have been Celtics’

Sixers’ misstep with Joel Embiid might have been Celtics’

Visionary or delusionary, smarter than everyone else or lost in his own theories, Philadelphia 76ers general manager Sam Hinkie’s reign has hit a crossroads with the recent revelation that Joel Embiid will miss his second straight season because of a faulty right foot.

Stevens hopes Smart will be ready by end of summer

Stevens hopes Smart will be ready by end of summer

We Love Anthony Davis - Space Jam and Celtics Summer League with Jay King. 7-23-15

Jay King of Masslive.com joins the show to break down the performance of the Celtics during the NBA Summer League. Then Ben and Sam discuss the exciting possibility of a Space Jam sequel.

Ilardi/Engelmann: Who comes out ahead in free agency?

Ilardi/Engelmann: Who comes out ahead in free agency?
Boston Herald Jul 21, 2015
Celtics ink Mickey to 4-year deal

Celtics ink Mickey to 4-year deal

LAS VEGAS — After an interesting week of negotiations, the Celtics yesterday announced the signing of second-round draft pick Jordan Mickey.The team did not release terms of the agreement, but sources told the Herald it is a four-year deal for a total of $5 million. The first two years are guaranteed at a combined $2.4 million, with the latter two years at the team’s option.

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