Chyna J. Thomas, Sister Of Celtics Isaiah Thomas Killed In Car Accident

This is tragic and our prayers go out to the family. The sister of Celtics point guard Isaiah Thomas was killed Saturday morning in a one-car accident outside Seattle. Chyna J. Thomas was 22 years old, when she was killed around 5 a.m. on southbound Interstate 5 near South 288th Street in Federal Way, according

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JR Smith on Not Knowing He Was in he Game When He Dapped Terry & Gave Up Layup (Video)

JR Smith is the greatest of all time for this one. Likely still not recovered from Ohio State’s gigantic win over Michigan — the Cavs mercurial guard had the play of the night on Tuesday — and not for any good reasons. With 3:03 remaining in the second quarter of Tuesday’s game between the Bucks

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Draymond on How Celtics Fans Booing KD Might Scare Away Free Agents

The Boston Celtics were of the finalist for Kevin Durant this summer, and may have been a front-runner, before he decided to join the Golden State Warriors. The Dubs visited the Celtics on Friday, and salty fans showered the 2014 NBA MVP with boos. Durant’s new protector — Draymond Green thinks it will cause free

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KD on How Tom Brady Almost Swayed Him To Join Celtics

Social media exploded — with laughter when the pictures of Tom Brady joining the Celtics contingent to pursue Kevin Durant surfaced. Amid all the laughter — KD told the Boston Herald that he came mighty close to signing with the Celtics after their July 2 meeting in the Hamptons. Beyond the Celtics lore — Durant

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Al Horford Agrees To 4-year, $113 Million Deal With Celtics

Al Horford has no interest in playing alongside Dwight Howard, and will now make a Saturday night free agent decision that has come down to the Boston Celtics or Washington Wizards per Adrian Wojnarowski. Horford had been negotiating a five-year contract with Atlanta, but talks stalled – and the Hawks moved quickly to sign free

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Report: Kevin Durant’s free-agency decision ’90 percent made’

There’s no way that Kevin Durant has spent years looking forward to free agency — only to make a decision in the first hour. According to The Undefeated’s Marc Spears — several friends and business associates close to Durant expect him to stay with the Oklahoma City Thunder. Durant’s decision “is 90 percent made,” and

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J.R. Smith On Jae Crowder Having To Wait For An Apology (Video)

"He can hold his breath for it, I'll give it to him sooner or later."-@TheRealJRSmith on Crowder's requested apology https://t.co/846kZVCvjm — FOX Sports Ohio (@FOXSportsOH) December 16, 2015 If Tuesday’s game between the Cleveland Cavaliers and Boston Celtics was an old-school Pistons-Bulls matchup, the events likely would have unfolded differently. The game held several angles

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Report: Celtics Offered Marcus Smart To 76ers For Nerlens Noel, No. 3 Pick

Danny Ainge just tried to swindle Sam Hinkie, if this L.A. Times report is accurate. According to B.A. Turner of the Los Angeles Times, Ainge offered point guard Marcus Smart and other picks for Nerlens Noel and the Sixers coveted No. 3 slot. League executives also said the Celtics were trying to move up in

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