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Rocky Mountain Review: Elevated thoughts
As the Celtics moved their summer league HQ from Salt Lake City to Las Vegas, it's time to review the ongoing roster reconstruction process.
Report: Bogans ready to teach Blazers young summer league team
The Portland Trail Blazers are set to play in the 2015 Las Vegas Summer League and one of the players on the roster will surprise many NBA fans. The player is Keith Bogans, the 35-year old, 11-year NBA veteran shooting guard.
Nets have themselves to blame for cap woes
The Nets won't operate from a position of power in their talks with Brook Lopez and Thaddeus Young, the result of a gamble that never paid off.
Change is Stevens' biggest challenge
LOS ANGELES -- In the days before the All-Star break, Boston Celtics coach Brad Stevens was asked if his team's recent success could be traced in part to roster continuity.
Cavs GM David Griffin hops into the breach
CLEVELAND -- Outside of Jessica Chastain, who was so good in both “The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby” and “Miss Julie” that she could end up competing with herself for best-actress consideration when Oscar nominations are announced next week, it’s hard to imagine anyone having much better of a summer than Cleveland Cavaliers general manager David Griffin.
Rookie Powell hopes to stay put
WALTHAM, Mass. -- Rookie Dwight Powell is hoping for an extended stay in Boston, but forgive him if he waits a bit before enlisting the services of a real estate agent.
Sources: C's waive Lucas, Thomas
The Boston Celtics officially waived John Lucas III and Malcolm Thomas on Sunday, sources confirmed to ESPN.com's Marc Stein.Lucas and Thomas were two of the four players acquired from Cleveland on Thursday as part of a trade that sent out Keith Bogans.
Trade grades: Cavs shed Bogans' contract
Cavaliers send Bogans to Sixers in trade
Rapid Reaction: C's shuffle roster
Rapid reaction after the Boston Celtics shipped Keith Bogans to the Cleveland Cavaliers, then waived Chris Johnson and Chris Babb while shuffling their roster before the start of training camp next week:• Shuffle 1: Bogans to Cleveland: The Celtics sent the long-since-excused Bogans and his bloated $5.
Cavs trade for Celtics veteran guard Bogans
Fan Forecast: Bogans begone?
The Boston Celtics are overstocked with bodies at the moment and will need to trim down for the start of the season. As part of our Summer Forecast series, we asked which Celtics player is most likely to not make the opening-day roster.
Celtics backcourt set for 2014-15?
The Boston Celtics now have a backcourt featuring Rajon Rondo, 2014 lottery draft pick Marcus Smart and Avery Bradley. On Wednesday morning the Celtics and Bradley agreed to terms on a deal that will pay him $32 million over four years, according to Baxter Holmes of The Boston Globe.
Celts' Rondo sits vs. Wizards as precaution
Practice: C's readying reinforcements
WALTHAM, Mass. -- While the impending return of Rajon Rondo should give the Boston Celtics their biggest boost, the team was readying additional reinforcements for a recently thinned roster.
Ainge: 'Difficult situation' for Bogans
Boston Celtics president of basketball operations Danny Ainge said that it was a mutual decision to excuse guard Keith Bogans from the team indefinitely due to the player's frustration with limited playing time.
Keith Bogans's days with Celtics over?
The Boston Celtics, with the return of Rajon Rondo on Friday, will have 12 players available for game action after Wednesday's trade and the excused absence of Keith Bogans.
Stevens on Bogans: 'Undecided, unknown'
BOSTON -- The Boston Celtics excused veteran guard Keith Bogans indefinitely on Tuesday due to personal reasons, but coach Brad Stevens wouldn't elaborate much on his status before Wednesday's game.
Bogans excused; Crawford on the block?
Two news items regarding the Boston Celtics broke in the last 12 hours as Keith Bogans is not with the team and Jordan Crawford might be traded soon.According to ESPNBoston.
Bogans excused from C's indefinitely
The Boston Celtics announced Tuesday that guard Keith Bogans has been excused for the team indefinitely due to personal reasons.Bogans, acquired from the Brooklyn Nets this past summer, has played only 55 minutes over six appearances this season.
Forsberg: C's, Nets in unexpected places
NEW YORK -- Boston Celtics guard Keith Bogans still is friendly with many players on the Brooklyn Nets. He often trades text messages with Deron Williams, Joe Johnson and Andray Blatche, and is well aware of the team's early struggles.
Celtics, Nets meet up in unexpected spots
Olynyk (ankle), Bogans (ill) don't travel
Boston Celtics rookie Kelly Olynyk (right ankle sprain) and veteran swingman Keith Bogans (ill) did not travel with the team to Atlanta for Saturday's tilt with the Hawks.
Bogans (thumb) returns to practice
WALTHAM, Mass. -- Boston Celtics guard Keith Bogans returned to practice Tuesday and said he's been cleared to resume game action.Bogans sprained his right thumb after it got snagged in an opposing player's jersey while trying to take a charge during a preseason game against the Philadelphia 76ers on Oct.
Pregame: Bogans (thumb) could miss time
MANCHESTER, N.H. -- An MRI confirmed that Boston Celtics guard Keith Bogans suffered a sprained right thumb in Friday's exhibition loss to the Philadelphia 76ers.
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McMenamin: Lakers are getting a fair return
Dave McMenamin says the Anthony Davis trade was a lot to give up but the Lakers are getting a lot back and now it's about filling out the rest of the roster.
The Roundtable: Raiders and Warriors leaving Oakland, dehumanizing of players and the black trauma of 'When They See Us'
Kelley Carter, Jason Reid and Lonnae O'Neal talk NBA, NFL, Netflix and Beyonce
Ball or Nothin' S02:E20 | NBA Finals: The Toronto Raptors are NBA Champions!
The Toronto Raptors take the LOB trophy. What went wrong for the Warriors? Raptors fans give back to Kevin Durant. Basketball sneakers in Major League Baseball? Are Kyrie Irving and Anthony Davis giving free agency clues? And, Giannis gets down in the gym
Vince Carter's guide for young ballers trying to survive in the NBA
The NBA legend details all the early pitfalls in a young player's career, and how to avoid them.
Ten Warriors free-agency and trade targets to help replace KD and Klay
Which players might Golden State be able to acquire in the offseason? Here are some realistic options.
Social media reacts to AD trade: 'NBA is a 365 operation'
The deal that sends Anthony Davis to the Lakers was described as "the first domino" to fall in what's expected to be a crazy offseason.