In the final seconds of Game 6, Derrick White came up with one of the biggest plays in franchise history to force a Game 7See More
Derrick White highlights the trust the Celtics have in one another and how they come together when their backs are against the wall.
The Celtics got the momentum going early and didn’t look back as they forced a Game 6 with a 110-97 victory Thursday night.
Jayson Tatum dominated Game 4 to help the Celtics force Game 5 back in Boston.
Grant Williams talks pregame about why he still believes in the Celtics and what they need to do to take home Game 4.
Despite Jaylen Brown getting hot early on, the Heat took a 3-0 series lead in Game 3.
Ahead of a must-win Game 3, Rob Williams weighs in on the opportunity the Celtics have in front of them and why they need to stay together for a full 48 minutes.
The Celtics surged in the third quarter to take a lead, but the Heat turned it up down the stretch to take Game 2.
Although the Celtics were on the brink of elimination, they showed up and showed out during a pivotal Game 7 finish over Philly.
After a quiet three quarters, Jayson Tatum got going in crunch time to deliver 16 points in the fourth and push the Celtics to a 95-86 win in Game 6.
Derrick White weighs in on the overall vibe of the team entering a pivotal Game 6, and how the Celtics tend to play at their best when their backs are against the wall.
Joel Embiid and Tyrese Maxey didn’t allow the Celtics to get back into the game before closing out a 115-103 win.
The Celtics took over in the 4Q, but James Harden kept pushing back for the Sixers and was able to secure the win while in OT with a dagger three.
Malcolm Brogdon joined us to preview the Celtics’ Game 4 matchup and the matchup with Joel Embiid.
Jayson Tatum called game over the final 2:45 of Game 3 to push the Celtics to a 114-102 finish.
With the series tied at 1-1, Derrick White discusses playing with an edge as he and the Celtics enter a hostile environment on the road for Game 3.
The Celtics showed how they need to play in Game 2 and dominated the contest to even their series up at 1-1.
Despite having their best shooting quarter of the season the Celtics couldn’t hold off the Sixers as a last second three by James Harden sealed their fate.
The Hawks refused to quit in Game 6, but the Celtics caught fire during crunch time to grab the win and advance to the second round.