Brad Stevens hired to coach Boston Celtics

Thursday, July 4th, 2013

The Boston Celtics took over NBA headlines on Wednesday with the announcement that they had hired Brad Stevens as their new head coach. Stevens was the head coach at Butler University for the past six years. Most speculated that Stevens would eventually make a leap from Butler to a major college ...

Los Angeles Clippers: Doc Rivers introduced as head coach

Wednesday, June 26th, 2013

Doc Rivers was introduced as the head coach of the Los Angeles Clippers on Wednesday afternoon, ending the crazy odyssey that surrounded his long-rumored move away from the Boston Celtics. Confirmation came June 25 that Rivers would be stepping away from the Celtics head coaching position for the same job with ...

Doc Rivers returning to the Boston Celtics?

Tuesday, May 7th, 2013

Doc Rivers has three years left on his current contract with the Boston Celtics, but following the team's first-round ouster in the 2013 NBA playoffs, it appears he's uncertain about his future. When asked if he would be back in Boston for the 2013-14 season Rivers said, "I don't know." That's ...

Glen “Big Baby” Davis Done With The Boston Celtics?

Monday, May 16th, 2011

Despite re-signing coach Doc Rivers to a five-year extension, not everything will go smoothly for the Boston Celtics this offseason. There will definitely be some roster turnover, and one player who has been there for years is likely on his way out of town. Glen "Big Baby" Davis reportedly has wanted ...

Doc Rivers “Probably Will” Be Back Next Year

Wednesday, May 11th, 2011

The Boston Celtics were smacked around by the Miami Heat in a five-game series that ended the Celtics' hopes of returning to the NBA Finals for the third time in four years. Miami's 97-87 win Wednesday night, gave the Heat at 4-1 series win over the defending Eastern Conference champions. Thoughts ...

Doc Rivers: Once Awful, Now Extension Worthy

Wednesday, September 10th, 2008

When you think of the NBA, tell us, what do you think about? Here's my short list: Jordan, Kobe, the Bulls, LeBron, Shaq. You know what you don't see on that short list? Coaches. That's because coaches are not worth a damn if they don't have great players. Period. End of ...