Newcomer NBA coach Brad Stevens shocked the country when he led a young Boston Celtics to a playoffs appearance in the 2015 - 2016 season. Although the Celtics lost in the first postseason round to the Atlanta Hawks, many fans were impressed by the team’s ability to rebound. Even as Boston’s lineup continues to evolve and gain experience, they remain a team to watch and are always contenders for the playoffs. Find out how far they go in the 2016 - 2017 season when Isaiah Thomas, Al Horford, Jaylen Brown, and the rest of the Celtics return to TD Garden this October. Check back often and buy all your Boston Celtics tickets right here.
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Don’t look now, but the Boston Celtics might be on the verge of winning the Atlantic Division. After defeating Indiana 109-100 on March 22, the Celtics moved their record to 46-26. With that mark, the Celtics were in second place in Eastern Conference, just a game behind first place Cleveland, the defending NBA champions.
Boston has been solid since March, sporting a mark of 8-4 as it climbs within reach of a top seed in the NBA playoffs. The Celtics have been potent offensively, ranking eighth among all teams in the league in scoring.
The Celtics will finish March with a five-game homestand. Boston will wrap up the month March 31 against Orlando.
After losing to the Nuggets on the 10, the Boston Celtics beat the Bulls 100-80 on March 12. Isaiah Thomas had 22 points in just 24 minutes of play, sitting out the fourth quarter thanks to the Celtics large lead. He was not the only starter to sit out; no starter saw more than 32 minutes on the court during the game. The Celtics led the entire game, and had an impressive early 13-0 lead until the Bulls finally scored about six minutes in. The Celtics host the Timberwolves on the 15, and then they head on the road to play the Nets on the 17 and the 76ers on the 19. Get your tickets now for prices starting at $63.
With the exception of opponents the Los Angeles Lakers last Friday, the Boston Celtics have been on a fairly rough road trip. They first lost to the mediocre Phoenix Suns on Sunday night in a close 106-109 contest. Then, they proceeded to lose to the Los Angeles Clippers 102-116 the following evening. The forecast does not look much better tonight, as they will head to Oakland for a clash with Steph Curry and the Golden State Warriors. Boston will need all the support they can get when they return from a disastrous trip to the west coast. Catch them hosting the Chicago Bulls on Sunday, March 12. Tickets are $102.
The Boston Celtics are still keeping pace with the best teams in the Eastern Conference, though a recent loss to the Atlanta Hawks may have Boston fans wondering if the team should have made some moves after the All-Star Break. Even though Atlanta center Dwight Howard was ejected, the Hawks still won handily by a final score of 114-98. The Celtics only have 22 losses on the season, so there’s no real reason to panic, but these are the games the team needs to win in order to earn a top seed in the playoffs. Boston’s next game at the Garden will be against the Chicago Bulls on March 12, and tickets start as low as $84.
The Boston Celtics are on a tear! They have now won their last seven games in a row, including Sunday’s close call against the Los Angeles Clippers. It was an exhilarating game and the Celtics had the lead for the majority of the first three quarters. Then, the Clippers came surging back to outscore the home team 35-26 in the fourth quarter. Fortunately, Boston was able to fend them off and come away with the victory 107-102. TD Garden went wild with the win. Catch the Celtics when they return home from their road trip on Wednesday, February 15 against the Philadelphia 76ers. Tickets are available for $18 and up.
Someone was finally able to upset the Boston Celtics at TD Garden, and that lucky team was the New York Knicks. Although they have a far less impressive record, the Knicks always get feisty for their rivalry clash with Boston. The Celtics could not fend them off, blowing the match 106-117. Boston will have a chance to regroup against the Washington Wizards at Verizon Center before coming home to play James Harden and the Houston Rockets on Wednesday, January 25. You won’t want to miss this one! Tickets are already on sale and available for purchase starting at prices as low as just $24. Buy yours to reserve your seats now!
The Boston Celtics may have struggled to break away from the bottom of the pack early in this season, but their efforts are clearly starting to pay off. Boston has won five of their last seven games, falling only to the No. 9 OKC Thunder and the No. 2 Cleveland Cavaliers. The hot streak, which includes Tuesday's 115-104 win over the equally talented Utah Jazz, boosts the Celtics to No. 6 in the NBA. Boston is set to wrap up a four game home stretch this Friday and Saturday (Jan. 6-7) against the Philadelphia 76ers and the New Orleans Pelicans. We have great seats at the TD Garden Arena available now for both these games—get yours today!
Fans of the Boston Celtics were happy to see Isaiah Thomas return to the court this week after missing the last four with a groin injury, and his absence proved just how invaluable he is as a player. On Friday, Thomas earned 23 points against Charlotte, and although he was evicted for throwing an elbow at Justice Winslow, his efforts helped the Celtics to a 96-88 win over the Hornets. That victory was followed by two others on the road against the Miami Heat and the Memphis Grizzlies. Up next, Boston takes on the OKC Thunder this Friday, Dec. 23, at TD Garden in Boston. Tickets are available now starting at $58.
A win over the Rockets would have been huge for the Boston Celtics, but they watched it slip through their fingers thanks to three costly turnovers. According to forward Jae Crowder, the mistakes happened due to miscommunication between Boston teammates. After leading by 20 points, the Celtics couldn’t overcome the snag to make the final minutes go their way, losing 107-106. Despite the loss, they stay at No. 10 in this week’s power rankings, edging out the Grizzlies and the Pacers for a spot in the top ten. Catch Boston play the Toronto Raptors at home this Friday, Dec. 9, by purchasing tickets from us now for $28 and up!
The Boston Celtics are on an absolute tear lately, winning five out of their last seven games. In fact, their two most recent victories came on the road. On Monday, they visited Minneapolis for a clash with the Timberwolves. It was a tight contest for much of the game, but ultimately the Celtics pulled out the win 99 - 93. They scored a ridiculous 31 points in the fourth quarter to overtake the home team. Boston will return home to TD Garden after the Thanksgiving holiday on Friday, November 25, to play the ageless San Antonio Spurs. Forget shopping and buy your tickets to this epic matchup for $68 and up.
After last year’s run to the playoffs, fans in Bean Town have high expectations for the Boston Celtics this year. The Celts came up way short of those expectations in a November 6 game against the Denver Nuggets, giving up 42 points in the first quarter alone and eventually losing by a final of 123-107. The season is young, as is this Boston team, so the occasional defensive lapse will have to be forgiven. Nevertheless, the Celtics will have to improve drastically in order to compete in the East. The team’s next shot at redemption will be on November 16 when the Dallas Mavericks come to town. Tickets for that game start as low as $18.
Aside from some lackluster defense, the Boston Celtics played well in the season opener. Point guard Isaiah Thomas picked up right where he left off last season, leading the team in scoring with 25 points while also dishing out nine assists. Jae Crowder was able to contribute 21 points and Boston went on to beat the Nets 122-117. The Celtics had a sizeable lead through most of the second half, though the team stumbled a bit late and let the Nets close the gap before finally putting the game away. The Celtics will face Dwyane Wade and the Chicago Bulls on November 2, and tickets for that game start as low as $32.
As the Boston Celtics prepare to start the 2016-2017 season, the team got important news from a player who hasn’t been on the roster for a number of years. Paul Pierce, who now plays with the Los Angeles Clippers, is planning to retire with the Celtics when he finishes his career. Pierce played most of his seasons in Boston and was part of the team’s dynastic run in the early 2000s. This might not matter to the current players, but it will certainly make fans happy. On October 26 the Celtics will play host to the Brooklyn Nets and the regular season will finally be underway. Tickets for that game start as low as $36.
The Boston Celtics are preparing for their first preseason game of the 2016-2017 season, which will be against the Philadelphia 76ers on October 4. The team says goodbye to Kevin Garnett, a long-standing player on the team who has chosen to retire. He was a 10-time All-Star player and had been on the team since 2007. The team acquired Al Hoford during the free agency period. Holford is expected to provide a boost to the team. The Celtics are working hard to prepare for the start of the season and go al the way to the championship. Get your tickets for all the Celtics' games this season. Prices for the 76ers game on the 4th start at $55.
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