Team RankingPTS/GOPP PTS/G
Atlantic Division101.4 (2nd)101.2 (3rd)
Eastern Conference4th10th


Fri Apr 3
L 110 - 101MIL
Sat Apr 4
W 117 - 116at TOR
Wed Apr 8
W 113 - 103at DET
Fri Apr 10
W 99 - 90at CLE
Sun Apr 12
W 117 - 78CLE
Tue Apr 14
W 95 - 93TOR
Wed Apr 15
W 105 - 100at MIL
Sun Apr 19
L 113 - 100at CLE
Tue Apr 21
L 99 - 91at CLE
Thu Apr 23
L 103 - 95CLE
Sun Apr 26
L 101 - 93CLE


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Celtics sign first-round picks
by Sean d'Oliveira |

The Celtics reached contract agreements with first-round picks Terry Rozier and R.J. Hunter on Monday, the team announced. Rozier was the No. 16 selection in 2015 NBA draft, while Hunter was selected with the 28th pick.

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Celtics re-sign Jae Crowder
by Sean d'Oliveira |

The Celtics agreed to a contract with forward Jae Crowder on Monday, the team announced. Crowder averaged 7.7 points and 3.6 rebounds in 82 games last season.

"Jae epitomizes everything that we look for in a Celtic,"Celtics president of basketball operations Danny Ainge said. "His infectious energy on both ends of the court and his versatile skill set enabled him to win over both the coaching staff and our fan base after his acquisition last season."

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Warriors, Celtics make Lee-for-Wallace swap official
by Elliott Smith | Staff Writer

What was long reported became official Monday, as the Warriors finalized a deal with the Celtics to send center David Lee to Boston in exchange for forward Gerald Wallace and guard Chris Babb.

The trade was first reported on July 7, but the Celtics needed to make various roster moves in order to facilitate the trade. 

"On behalf of the entire Golden State Warriors organization, we thank David Lee for his contributions both on and off the court over the last five years," Warriors GM Bob Myers said.

Lee averaged 7.9 points and 5.2 rebounds last season in a reduced role, while Wallace was a non-factor for the Celtics, scoring just 1.1 points in nine minutes. 

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Heat deal SG Zoran Dragic to Celtics
by Elliott Smith | Staff Writer

The Miami Heat sent reserve point guard Zoran Dragic and a second-round pick to the Celtics in exchange for a protected second-round pick, the team announced. 

The move will save the cost-conscious Heat about $6 million as they try to get under the salary cap. Dragic averaged 1.8 points in 16 games between the Suns and Heat last season. 

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Celtics PG Marcus Smart (finger) is at least month from return
by Ruben Palacios | Staff Writer

Celtics point guard Marcus Smart is at least a month away from returning to the hardwood, according to SiriusXM NBA Radio.

Boston coach Brad Stevens said in an interview that Smart is still a ways away from returning to the team.

"He's receiving treatment," Stevens said. "He'll be back on the court by mid August or early September."

Smart injured his fingers while playing for the team's summer league squad this month.

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2014-15 Team Leaders
PPGIsaiah Thomas , PG16.4
RPGJared Sullinger , PF7.6
APGEvan Turner , SG5.5
FG%Tyler Zeller , C54.9
FT%Isaiah Thomas , PG86.8
3P%Isaiah Thomas , PG37.3
BLOCKSTyler Zeller , C52
STEALSMarcus Smart , PG99
MPGAvery Bradley , PG31.5
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