Friday, December 6, 2013
Headlines and highlights from the Portland Press Herald/Maine Sunday Telegram
Jordan Crawford poured in 25 points to lift Boston to the victory.
Milwaukee has three wins this season, two against Boston.
Boston won for the third time in four games, and now has the most wins in the struggling Atlantic Division.
Boston trails early and never really comes close.
Gerald Wallace leads the way with 17 points and four rebounds.
Boston goes cold after a good first half and loses its sixth straight.
San Antonio hands Boston its fifth straight loss.
The Houston Rockets jump out to an early 18-1 lead, then coast to their third straight win.
Jeff Green goes 0 of 6 from the floor in a 106-88 loss to the Timberwolves.
Portland wins its fifth straight.
The players are looking to make a playoff run despite some people thinking the goal is high draft picks.
Jeff Green paced Boston with 19 points, but Charlotte still halted Boston's four-game winning streak.
After an 0-4 start, Boston beats Orlando again, for its fourth straight win and a share of the division lead with the 76ers.
Jeff Green hits a 3-pointer at the buzzer to beat Miami.
Boston has a two-game win streak and continues its domination of Orlando.
Boston knocks off Utah, 97-87, to give Brad Stevens his first NBA victory.
Boston manages a six-point lead late in the game, but falls to Memphis, 95-88.
Down in the fourth quarter, Detroit runs off 10 points and holds the edge.
It’s a disappointing home debut for Coach Brad Stevens.
Boston struggles on the boards as Toronto wins 93-87.
With their big guns gone, the Celtics will have to be patient as the new-look team tries to get ‘everyone on the same page.’
Jared Sullinger’s girlfriend would not cooperate with the investigation or trial.
Sharman helped establish the Celtics dynasty by winning four titles in 11 years, and also became a Hall-of-Fame coach.
Now with the Brooklyn Nets, Paul Pierce and Kevin Garnett won’t play a preseason game in Boston.
The star guard is Boston's key player in a rebuilding year -- and yet he's in rehab until further notice.
After a stunningly successful six seasons at Butler, 36-year-old Brad Stevens will be the youngest coach in the NBA.
Fab Melo played 33 games for the Maine Red Claws.
Paul Pierce appeared dazed at times during his introductory news conference with New Jersey, while KG seemed to have a little easier time of it.