What may be the biggest benefit of the All-Star trip for the Celtics' Brad Stevens and his staff? Building relationships with the game's biggest stars.
2017 ScheduleAll times ET
- 12/30W 117-114
- 1/3W 115-104
- 1/6W 110-106
- 1/7W 117-108
- 1/10L 114-106
- 1/11W 117-108
- 1/13W 103-101
- 1/16W 108-98
- 1/18L 117-106
- 1/21L 127-123
- 1/24L 123-108
- 1/25W 120-109
- 1/27W 128-98
- 1/28W 112-108
- 1/30W 113-109
- 2/1W 109-104
- 2/3W 113-107
- 2/5W 107-102
- 2/8L 108-92
- 2/9W 120-111
- 2/11W 112-104
- 2/13W 111-98
- 2/15W 116-108
- 2/16L 104-103
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No longer content being the best "little guy" in the NBA, 5-foot-9 Isaiah Thomas has his sights set on being "the greatest player to ever play."
Adam Reisinger ESPN.com
Celtics legend and 11-time champion Bill Russell is in the building tonight.
All-Star Weekend will feature some big names and some young hotshots. Who's going to steal the show in the 3-point and slam dunk contests?
Adam Reisinger ESPN.com
"Dunks and 3s tomorrow, that's all we're looking for," Brad Stevens tells the crowd. After a pause he adds "and layups if you're I.T." referring to 5-foot-9 Celtics star Isaiah Thomas.
In the NBA's daily Last 2 Minute report, the league wrote that the foul committed by Boston Celtics guard Marcus Smart and whistled by referee Zach Zarba was the correct call.
Tom Haberstroh, Zach Harper, BIG Wos, Kaileigh Brandt and Cian Fahey answer listener questions from Twitter.
Chris Forsberg ESPN Staff Writer
NBA's last two minute report says foul by Marcus Smart on Jimmy Butler was correct call.
The former Celtics star talks setting the bar at All-Star's most exciting contest and putting Reebok on the map
Kevin Pelton ESPN Staff Writer
Isaiah Thomas trusts Danny Ainge and the Boston Celtics front office at next week's trade deadline, saying if they can make the team better, they will.
Isaiah Thomas talks about how he catapulted himself into the MVP discussion and what it's like chasing Larry Bird and John Havlicek in the record books.
A last-second foul called on Marcus Smart sent Jimmy Butler to the free throw line, and the Bulls eked out a one-point win over the Celtics on Thursday. Was it the correct call?
Russillo on who says no in a potential Jimmy Butler to Boston trade, plus what other rumors are legit and more of your questions.
Celtics coach Brad Stevens explains why it's easy to coach an All-Star game and how Isaiah Thomas has evolved into the player he is.
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Celtics forward Jonas Jerebko is the NBA employee who might make the perfect esports employer.
Celtics star Marcus Smart contends that the contact made with Jimmy Butler in the waning moments of the loss to the Bulls did not warrant a foul call.
Nick Friedell ESPN Staff Writer
Some good notes from ESPN Stats and Information after Bulls win over Celtics: "Jimmy Butler and Isaiah Thomas both scored 29 points, both made 9/9 FTs … but Butler was a +10, Thomas was a -10. The entire last 6:53 of the game stayed within 3 points Both teams scored 14 points over last 6:53. Thomas scored 11 of Celtics' last 14, Butler 6 of Chicago's last 14... both teams especially tight from field down the stretch (4/12 for BOS, 2/9 for CHI)."
The Celtics say the Bulls' one-point win on Thursday night was theirs -- had the referee not given Jimmy Butler free throws on a last-second foul.
J.A. Adande ESPN Senior Writer
Jimmy Butler: "A foul's a foul...he hit my elbow."