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2018 Schedule
53-29, 1st in Atlantic
Melo trade puts OKC in superteam conversation (1:44)
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Does OKC lead the NBA in star power?

Measuring by All-Star appearances alone, no other NBA team has a more decorated trio of players than the Thunder after their trade for 10-time All-Star Carmelo Anthony.

Irving heaps praise on rookie Tatum (0:48)

Chris Forsberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Kyrie Irving is very excited about rookie Jayson Tatum. "I'm serious when I tell you guys that that dude is a bad dude. He's a BAD dude."

Irving explains why he was late to meeting with Stevens (0:39)

Chris Forsberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Kyrie Irving had some car troubles getting to the Celtics' practice facility this week. Plenty of Bentley University students were willing to help but he was still 45 minutes late to meet with Brad Stevens.

Jackson believes in Kyrie to lead Celts (1:24)
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Worst NBA superstar breakups in the past 30 years: 2012 Celtics

The Ubuntu feeling that Paul Pierce, Kevin Garnett, Ray Allen and Rajon Rondo enjoyed ended when Allen departed to the rival Miami Heat without notice. There's been some reconciliation since, but bad blood remains.

Celtics looking like a brand-new team (0:45)
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BPI indicates Celtics are East favorites

New-look Boston shows the greatest improvement among Eastern Conference teams and, not coincidentally, is the conference's top-ranked squad.

Big names in new cities shaped the NBA offseason (1:52)

Chris Forsberg ESPN Staff Writer 

During Boston's crazy offseason, Jaylen Brown turned to Al Horford. "He's been in the league 10-plus years and he said he's never seen anything like this before, said Brown. "So I was interested in hearing it from his perspective. It's going to take some time to jell."


Morris twins' accuser pressed on his motives

Erik Hood, who has accused NBA players Marcus Morris and Markieff Morris of beating him in 2015, testified Tuesday that his relationship with the twins became strained because of a misinterpreted text message.

Chris Forsberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Jaylen Brown eager to have non-basketball conversations with new teammate Kyrie Irving. And while he joked Tuesday about how ‘his eyes" might support Irving's flat Earth theory, he quickly noted on Twitter, "I wouldn't trust my eyes if I were you."


Chris Forsberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Jaylen Brown: "I can't wait for this year, it's going to be super exciting. I'm super eager to get on the court. I wish the season was starting tomorrow."

Chris Forsberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Celtics swingman Jaylen Brown not ready to fully commit but he's open-minded to new teammate Kyrie Irving's Flat Earth theory. "For what my eyes tell me, the world may appear to be flat. Kyrie may very well have a point."

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How much do Gordon Hayward and Al Horford actually earn?

A proposed amendment could raise Massachusetts state taxes on earners above $1 million from 5 percent to 9 percent beginning in January, thus affecting how much Hayward and Horford will actually take home.

Was Kyrie forthcoming about Cavs exit? (1:35)
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Kyrie on the upswing?

Although he wasn't the star in Cleveland, Kyrie Irving was a vital part of the Cavs' offense last season, posting career highs in multiple notable stats. Will he continue his success in his first season with the Celtics?

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Morris brothers go on trial in 2015 assault

The Morris brothers' trial on felony assault charges began Monday with opening statements from both sides and testimony from the man who says the twins were among the group that beat him in 2015.

Team Stats

Points Per Game108.07th
Rebounds Per Game42.027th
Assists Per Game25.24th
Points Allowed105.415th

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