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Durant and Irving Team Up in Brooklyn Headlines NBA Free Agency Day 1

The highly-anticipated NBA Free Agency period didn’t disappoint. Several big-name players are on the move. Many faces going to new places. With 40 percent of the league’s players hitting the open market, a ton of movement was a given. Joining Forces Many believed Celtics guard Kyrie Irving and Warriors forward …

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Celtics Force 4th Quarter Comeback Against Pacers, Lead Series 2-0

Kyrie Irving was in full Uncle Drew mode on Wednesday night when he and the Celtics took on the tough Indiana Pacers inside the TD garden. This game was nuts due to the Celtics overcoming a 12-point deficit in the 4th quarter, winning 91-99. The Pacers’ Bojan Bogdanovic was feeling it …

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Former Gator Al Horford Helps Lead Celtics

Since his return on December 23rd, after being sidelined for over two weeks due to a knee injury, former Gator Al Horford has been more aggressive than ever for the Celtics offense. Horford was apart of the Gators back-to-back NCAA national championship team in 2006 and 2007. The 32-year-old joined …

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NBA: Celtics Look to Go Up 2-0 on LeBron, Cavs

Following his team’s Game 1 blowout win, Boston Celtics’ head coach Brad Stevens received a lot of praise as a basketball mastermind for his team’s defense on LeBron James and Cleveland’s shooters. But Stevens isn’t ready to take all the credit. “The praise is uncomfortable,” Stevens said. “It’s just something …

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Celtics Beat the Bucks, Marcus Smart is Back

Marcus Smart may have been the Boston’s missing ingredient in this series against the Milwaukee Bucks. In game five of the first round series, the Celtics beat the Bucks 92-87. Game 5 for Boston The home team has won all five games in the series which puts Boston up in …

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Top 5 NBA Gators

The Florida men’s’ basketball team is on the rise once again. From missing out on March Madness altogether in 2016, but then reaching the Elite Eight in the NCAA Tournament the following year. Now that they’re back towards the top, many of the players should move on to the NBA …

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Celtics Winning Streak Continues Against the Warriors

Bigger Than Basketball The Boston Celtics continue to shock the NBA world, winning 14 consecutive games after losing its first two games to the Cleveland Cavaliers and the Milwaukee Bucks; but Thursday night’s W means a little more than the others. Celtics shooting guard Jaylen Brown led his team to victory …

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Celtics Can’t Lose

Things weren’t looking good for the Boston Celtics in the beginning of this year’s NBA season. During the season opener against the Cleveland Cavaliers, Boston lost 102-99 after key player Gordon Hayward suffered a gruesome injury. Hayward suffered a dislocated left ankle and fractured left tibia and is most certainly …

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