Founded in 1946, the Celtics are one of basketball’s founding franchises. It is the most successful in NBA history, with 17 championships, which accounts for 23.9 percent of all NBA championships since the league started.
They have a world-famous rivalry with the Lakers and have met them a record 12 times in the NBA Finals (including their most recent appearances in 2008 and 2010).
During their remarkable history, the Celtics have only truly struggled in one period, the 1990s.
Enes Kanter’s on-court start in Boston has not been the one he’d hoped for. But, according to Justin Quinn, away from the hardwood the big man is settling in just fine.
Without gaudy stats, Marcus Smart is proving he is the backbone of the Boston Celtics and could be in line for several end-of-season awards according to Jonah Stott
Kemba Walker arriving in Boston is like a Jigsaw Falling Into Place for Josh Coyne.
It was a summer of change for the Boston Celtics, who lost Kyrie Irving and Al Horford but claimed a big prize in Kemba Walker.
Mike Miller disagrees with the narrative, The Finals are broken – and we shouldn’t even care.