The Celtics need a win Monday vs the Heat to avoid an elimination game, and luckily Jayson Tatum is listed as probable for Game 4 after a nasty injury on Saturday.
If the Celtics are to turn the series around, they will definitely need the NBA’s Defensive Player of the Year on the court.
Though they do have a short list of candidates, it’s understood the franchise was interested in Howard, but apparently the feeling wasn’t mutual.
The NBA has announced that Dallas Mavericks guard-forward Reggie Bullock is the recipient of the 2022 Kareem Abdul-Jabbar Social Justice Award.
The No. 1 seed Miami Heat hold a 2-1 lead in the best of seven series as Game four takes us to the the TD Garden in Massachusetts, home of the Boston Celtics.
The Celtics will be looking for answers after the Heat’s point guard showed them what you do with the ball, is no more important than what you do without it.
A key component in what the Warriors have achieved in the series so far, they will definitely be hoping that their shooting guard is good to go on Sunday night.
Having been coy about what his future holds, the question remains whether or not Chicago’s star will stay or go.
The Miami Heat have fended off the Boston Celtics in Game 3 of the Eastern Conference Finals despite losing Jimmy Butler in the second half.
Smart and Horford came back strong, leading the Celtics to their largest road playoff lead in franchise history at the half.
With the two players almost losing their cool, it was plain to see just how high the stakes were in a Game 2 that the Mavericks probably should have won.
Victims of their own success? Maybe, but whatever the case the Mavs will need to adapt their approach as they head into Game 3 if they hope to avoid going 3-0 down.
In defiance of the serious injury that he suffered, the 76ers guard has made it clear he will overcome this trial and will in fact return for the new season.
If there is one thing the Warriors know how to do, it’s overturn a deficit to win. Just ask the Dallas Mavericks.
Rudy Gobert made his sixth straight NBA All-Defensive First Team, while Giannis Antetokounmpo made his fourth straight.
Rumours are circulating that Luka Doncic might be suffering an illness which would explain his discreet performance against the Warriors.