5:56 PM EDT, Tue September 30, 2014
Rotoworld 43 mins ago
Jeff Green, Gerald Wallace may play some PF - Jeff Green (G/F) Boston Celtics

Jeff Green, Gerald Wallace may play some PF - Jeff Green (G/F) Boston Celtics

Jeff Green and Gerald Wallace may earn minutes at PF early in the season, according to Celtics coach Brad Stevens.
Rotoworld 40 mins ago

Gerald Wallace (knee) limited on Tuesday - Gerald Wallace (F) Boston Celtics

Gerald Wallace (knee surgery) was a limited participant in Tuesday's practice.
Boston Herald 10 hours ago
Rajon Rondo: I want to stay a Celtic beyond this season

Rajon Rondo: I want to stay a Celtic beyond this season

BOSTON — Rajon Rondo wore a black sling on his left arm to help protect the surgically repaired bone in his hand.His relationship with the Boston Celtics appears healthy.Entering the final season of his contract, the only star on the rebuilding team had a simple answer Monday when asked if he wants to stick around beyond that: "Yes," he said.The point guard is expected to miss at least the first two weeks of Boston's season, which starts Oct. 29 at home against the Brooklyn Nets.

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Boston Globe 22 mins ago

Stephon Marbury Has His Own Chinese Musical, So Why Not Other Celtics?

Wouldn’t it be amazing if a Chinese theater company decided to make a series of musicals based on the lives of other former Celtics?

Faith not broken

A look at Boston Celtics headlines following Monday's Media Day:
Boston Herald 17 hours ago
Rondo casts no doubt

Rondo casts no doubt

WALTHAM — There was no mistaking he was Rajon Rondo. As disguises go, the left arm in a sling was woefully inadequate. But, as he spoke to the assembled multitude on media day, he wasn’t quite the Rajon Rondo he generally allows us to see.During his eight seasons in Boston, we’ve found the Celtics point guard to be alternately engaging and unnecessarily curt. And there are many on and around the club who have a similar view.

Rajon Rondo still has Celtics' faith

WALTHAM, Mass. -- A few ticks after 2 o'clock, the official start of the Boston Celtics' media day event on Monday, president of basketball operations Danny Ainge and Rajon Rondo plopped down at a podium in front of an overflow throng of reporters. Ainge playfully joked to Rondo that he could have at least tucked in his jersey, to which the All-Star point guard cracked back that it was an impossible feat given that his left arm was immobilized by an oversized black sling.

Headlines from Celtics Media Day

Chris Forsberg/ESPN BostonA look from above as Celtics players pose for photos on Media Day.WALTHAM, Mass. -- Boston Celtics coach Brad Stevens sat at the podium that all of his players would eventually shuttle through and dutifully fielded questions for 12 minutes on Monday as part of the team's Media Day festivities. At one point, Stevens noted, "A lot of my answers might be long-winded today, but to be quite frank, I’ve got a bunch of practices on my mind and that’s kinda what I live for.
Boston Globe 22 hours ago

Vitor Faverani Denies Drunk Driving Report

In his first public appearance of the season, Celtics center Vitor Faverani dismissed reports out of Spain that he was arrested for drunk driving earlier this summer.
Boston Globe Sep 29, 2014

Rajon Rondo Dismisses Trampoline Speculation at Celtics Media Day

Rajon Rondo faced a host of questions around the nature of his broken left hand at Celtics media day on Monday.

Rondo: 'Am I under investigation?'

WALTHAM, Mass. -- Wearing an oversized black sling, Boston Celtics point guard Rajon Rondo playfully brushed off speculation about the cause of his broken left hand and stressed that he is remaining positive despite the setback that will sideline him for the start of the 2014-15 season. Rondo underwent surgery Friday on his left hand after he said he slipped in the shower at his home the previous night. After being spotted at a trampoline park this week, some wondered if Rondo might be masking the cause of his injury.
Boston Globe Sep 29, 2014

Evan Turner Officially Signs Two-Year Deal with Celtics

The Celtics officially signed free agent swingman Evan Turner to a two-year deal on Monday.

Celtics officially ink Turner

The Boston Celtics officially signed free-agent swingman Evan Turner on Monday. The two sides had agreed to terms back in July, but it took 71 days for the Celtics to sort out their roster and for the pact to become official. The team had promised Turner would be inked by the start of training camp on Tuesday. The Celtics also formally announced the release of John Lucas III and Malcolm Thomas, two of the four players acquired from the Cavaliers in a trade last week.
Boston Herald Sep 29, 2014
Celtics still unsettled as camp opens up

Celtics still unsettled as camp opens up

Danny Ainge has predicted the greatest season in Rajon Rondo’s career.But the Celtics president’s hopes for the 2014-15 campaign now starts with a glass of water and a chill pill as training camp opens today. Rondo’s slip in the shower last week and emergency hand surgery punched a two-month hole in all sorts of plans.

Sources: C's waive Lucas, Thomas

The Boston Celtics officially waived John Lucas III and Malcolm Thomas on Sunday, sources confirmed to ESPN.com's Marc Stein. Lucas and Thomas were two of the four players acquired from Cleveland on Thursday as part of a trade that sent out Keith Bogans. Boston's roster ballooned to 23 players, forcing the team to immediately waive three players in Chris Johnson, Chris Babb, and camp invite Christian Watford. By waiving Lucas and Thomas, the Celtics have created the necessary room to complete the long-awaited signing of free-agent swingman Evan Turner (while also creating an open spot that...

W2W4: Media Day for Celtics

Jim Davis/The Boston Globe/Celtics players often have a lot of balls to juggle on Media Day.The Boston Celtics will formally welcome the 2014-15 season on Monday when the entire team convenes at the team's training facility in Waltham for Media Day. The eve of training camp is a station-to-station shuttle where Celtics players don their home white uniforms and bounce between media outlets while answering questions, reading promos, posing for pictures, and often goof around.

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