WALTHAM, Mass. – Here’s how much the Celtics care about winning the Atlantic Division this season: “We don’t even get T-shirts for that.”
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – Students from the Kennedy-Longfellow Elementary School and the Putman Ave Middle School were in shock as they entered their newly renovated gymnasium Friday morning.
The Celtics renovated the gym space that previously had a worn-down floor, paint peeling from the walls and a broken scoreboard. The transformation included a refurbished and painted floor, painted walls with Celtics graphics and a brand-new scoreboard.
LAWRENCE, Mass. – Entering the Wetherbee School Thursday morning, one could feel a high level of excitement as students were decked out in Celtics green and posters lined the walls to welcome their guests. Boston Celtics player Jeff Green, Legend Walter McCarty, Lucky, JN Phillips CEO Bob Rosenfield and staff members from the Celtics and JN Phillips were on hand to speak about the importance of recycling and being environment friendly.
BOSTON – Paul Pierce has dominated on the court for the last 14 years, helping to lead the Celtics to an NBA Championship in 2008. Known as “The Captain” and “The Truth,” his continual effort to be the best competitor he can be has cemented his legacy.
Watertown, MA - “I'll huff and I'll puff, and I'll blow your house down,” read Celtics guard Jason Terry to a group of Perkins students Thursday afternoon. Following a successful 14-point victory the night before versus the Toronto Raptors, Terry and newly acquired guard Terrence Williams visited the Grousbeck Center at the Perkins School for the Blind.
Thanks to Corrine and Wyc Grousbeck, Perkins students have a new state-of-the-art center that gives them access to the best technology.