Game 5 is essentially a must-win for the Celtics.
LeBron and the Cavs aren't dead yet.
Stevens says he's sick of so much praise, so here's some criticism.
There are some similarities to the Cavs first game of the playoffs, a big defeat at home to Indiana.
Smart made a free throw he meant to miss, giving the Sixers time to set up, but then picked off the inbounds pass to give the Celtics a 114-112 win.
The Celtics coach gets a lot of positive attention, but his colleagues are apparently not buying the hype.
"That is no Phantom of The Process. That is a man of The Process."
The Philadelphia 76ers were again heavy favorites against the Boston Celtics Saturday, but were doomed by turnovers. And their confetti went off prematurely.
Maybe it's time to stop doubting this Celtics team.
Milwaukee has now lost in the first round in their last eight playoff appearances.
Included: why in-arena music is overdone.
Bledsoe pretended not to know who Rozier was, as if he could really forget the guy who drilled a game-winner over him in Game 1.
Who stands to benefit most?
There's a lot to keep track of during the next 10 days.
A big win for the injury-ravaged Celtics, and a bigger loss for the healthy Jazz.
"Say his name. Stephon Clark. We must unite."
It's going to have a major impact on the playoff race in the East, but not for obvious reasons.
No team had previously overcome a five-point deficit in the final 16.8 seconds this year. But Marcus Morris helped the Celtics pull that off against the Thunder Tuesday night.
"I need actually some sales from [the book], only [publicity] it’s been getting is from my name. I need some percentage or something. His people contact my people or something."
The Target Center went silent when Brown went down, but gave a standing ovation when he walked off.
Which NBA games do you need to watch in March?