Four-Point Play: Can Celtics keep pace with LeBron, Heat?


By Journal Star staff AP Rajon Ron-do had 18 points, 10 assists and 10 rebounds, and the Boston Celtics beat the Philadelphia 76ers 85-75 in Game 7 on Saturday night to advance to the Eastern Conference finals. The Celtics will open the third round of

BOSTON (Reuters) – The Boston Celtics held off the Philadelphia 76ers 85-75 in their decisive Game Seven on Saturday to advance to the NBAS Eastern Conference finals against the Miami Heat. Center Kevin Garnett and guard Rajon Rondo both scored 18

By Scott Souza/Daily News staff With all the experience, all the battles fought – all the battles won and lost over so many years – there is still something deep within a veteran team like the Celtics that at times needs that little extra fuel in the

By Scott Souza/Daily News staff With all the experience, all the battles fought – all the battles won and lost over so many years – there is still something deep within a veteran team like the Celtics that at times needs that little extra fuel in the

Despite everything I stand for as a Lakers fan, I am now reluctantly rooting for the Celtics. I know, I know – Lakers fans and Celtics fans are supposed to instinctively despise one another. The history is too rich. The rivalry is too deep.

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