Articles By: Geoff Hartmann

Draft Profile: Shane Larkin

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As I mentioned yesterday in my profile on German point guard Dennis Schröder, there is a possibility that the Celtics would consider drafting a point guard with the 16th pick in June’s NBA Draft.  It remains unclear if they would do so even if they chose not to shop Rajon Rondo this offseason, as they [...]

Draft Profile: Dennis Schröder

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The Celtics offseason is filled with questions.  Will Paul Pierce and Kevin Garnett return? How will Rajon Rondo and Jared Sullinger recover their respective injuries?  Will Danny Ainge decide to retool or rebuild?  The fact that the C’s will be picking 16th in June’s NBA Draft remains the one certainty amidst their summer chaos.  However, [...]

The Perfect End to the KG Era

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This could be it.  After six incredible years, tonight could be the last home game for the Big Three era Celtics.  KG and Paul Pierce aren’t getting any younger, and it’s been widely speculated that either one or both of them will seriously consider retiring at the end of the season.  Additionally, many believe that [...]

Shavlik Randolph’s Emergence And Boston’s Other Potential Bench Stars

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In recent weeks much has been made about Jeff Green’s development and newfound level of success.  Given the Celtics’ age and injury status, strong play from Green was clearly needed to keep the Celtics out of the dreaded eighth playoff seed and to give them a shot at knocking off either the Knicks, the Pacers, [...]

What KG’s Injury Means for the Celtics Playoff Push

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On Monday afternoon, Boston Celtics president of basketball operations Danny Ainge announced that Kevin Garnett is likely to miss the next two weeks with an ankle injury.  While the Celtics seem sure that the injury won’t keep KG out of the lineup for the whole rest of the season, they do seem to be erring [...]