Jazz

February 28, 2011 - 6:37 pm
This is going to take some time, but while Celtics coach Doc Rivers learns how to use his new toys (he had Jeff Green playing everything from the 2-guard through the four-spot), the Celtics remain the Celtics in the fourth quarter. Locked in a tight battle with Utah, the veterans made the right...
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January 21, 2011 - 4:58 pm
The Celtics played nine home games over the last three weeks and after their 110-86 beatdown of the Utah Jazz Friday night, they won eight and lost one. They played some memorable games during that stretch, including wins over San Antonio and Orlando, as well as some ugly grind-it-out affairs. They...
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WEEI
May 07, 2010 - 7:04 am
There was talk of injuries, non-injuries, guys missing practice, guys not getting MRIs. Oh, the things that can be reported on in a four-day period when there are no actual games to watch in the Celtics-Cavaliers series. Did there need to be this window between games? No, but that argument is for...
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March 22, 2010 - 8:09 am
How many times have you written off the Celtics this season? The official count varies, but there have been at least five times when people have begun writing their obituary. Jan. 20: After losing to a dreadful Detroit team on the road, the banged-up Celtics began to look old and possibly...
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Mike Petraglia
November 11, 2009 - 2:11 pm
Utah's starting point guard Deron Williams [right calf] will play tonight against the Celtics . Jazz head coach Jerry Sloan made the announcement 90 minutes before tip-off. "I'll let out trainer let me know where he is in the game. That's what we usually do when a player's been out, make sure we...
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Mike Petraglia
November 10, 2009 - 11:47 am
WALTHAM Â -- Â Rasheed Wallace can read the standings just like everyone else. He sees that the Utah Jazz are off to a 3-4 start out West. He also sees the likes of Deron Williams, Carlos Boozer and Mehmet Okur on the box score. Throw in the sharp-shooting Andrei Kirilenko and he knows his 7-1...
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December 15, 2008 - 4:38 pm
Paul Pierce had been knocked down, kneed, elbowed and the recipient of more than one collision already when his knee banged into Mehmet Okur. It was his left knee, not the one he injured against the Lakers in the Finals, and it was straight, as in prone for a devastating knee injury. Pierce was...
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