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Brad Stevens and the Boston Celtics proved the naysayers wrong, showing that an inexperienced NBA coach and a young team were capable of competing at a high level. The storied Celtics have reinvented themselves once again, making effective use of draft picks and completing shrewd transactions to build a team that appears ready to make yet another run at the postseason in the Eastern Conference. The C’s claimed the fifth seed last year—the question is whether General Manager Danny Ainge has even more tricks up his sleeve to go further in 2016-17. Will the Boston Celtics find a way to fight deeper into the playoffs this season? Find out for yourself—pick up your Boston Celtics tickets for TD Garden today and be a part of the action in-person!
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Celtics Proving Doubters Wrong Daily
This year’s most surprising NBA team, by most standards, has been the Boston Celtics. With just over 20 games remaining in the regular season, the C’s are locked into third place and looking at home court advantage in the playoffs for the first time since 2012. You can follow the entire stretch run to the postseason with cheap Boston Celtics tickets, on sale now from Razorgator.

Knicks Visit Celtics
Be there on March 4th for a glimpse at visiting Rookie of the Year hopeful Kristaps Porzingis. The Knicks star has taken the league by storm, shattering expectations with stellar play both inside the paint and out. Do the Celtics have an answer for the skilled European center? Find out with discount TD Garden tickets, starting at just $25 for Friday night!

Boston Celtics News and Updates

The Boston Celtics haven’t had an easy go in the first round of the playoffs. Heading into game five in Georgia on Tuesday night, the Celtics and Hawks were all tied up at 2-2. The Celtics came out strong in the first half and were able to tie up the Hawks. However, the Hawks’ bench played out of this world and ended up putting the Hawks in the lead. The Celtics are known for coming from behind, but they weren’t able to pull it together in the second half, losing the game 83-110. See if they can recover and tie the series when they take on the Hawks again on April 28. Tickets are still up for grabs and start at $96.
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