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NBA Preseason: Orlando Magic vs. Boston Celtics
Friday, Oct 11, 2019 at 7:00 PM
Friday, Oct 11, 2019 at 7:00 PM

The Boston Celtics, according to the numbers, are the most tradition rich team in NBA history., and the most successful team in the history of the four major American sports leagues. The Boston Celtics were founded in 1946, and haven’t stopped winning since. In total, the Celtics have won their division 21 times, most recently in 2012. They have won the Eastern Conference 21 times as well, most recently in 2010. They have won the NBA Championship 17 times, most recently in 2008. Of those 17 NBA Championships, 16 of them came before 1986. Of the 10 championships won the 1960’s, the Boston Celtics won nine of them. Bill Russell, Larry Bird, Bob Cousy, the list go’s on and on of NBA greats who have all suited up for the Celtics. Recently, the Celtics, stuck in some mediocrity in the 2000’s, made a pair of blockbuster trades. First they acquired Kevin Garnett from the Timberwolves, then they traded for Ray Allen. They paired the two together with Paul Pierce, forming the NBA’s first “big three”. This led to one NBA Championship and two Eastern Conference Championships.

The Boston Celtics pulled off a bit of a surprise last season, finishing the year with a record of 53-29. That record put them as the top seed in the Eastern Conference playoffs. After opening with two tough series against the Chicago Bulls and Washington Wizards, the team was simply outmatched by Cleveland in the Eastern Conference Finals. The Celtics lost the series in five games.

During the off-season, the Celtics made a massive trade with Cleveland, swapping numerous players and draft choices, including superstar point guards Isaiah Thomas and Kyrie Irving. On top of that, they traded guard Avery Bradley to the Bucks, and then signed forward Gordon Hayward. Hayward promptly tore his ACL on opening night. Despite the injury, it should be another great season for Boston.

Recently though, the Celtics have begun undergoing a massive rebuild. Earlier this season they traded the last remaining piece from their championship run, point guard Rajon Rondo, to the Dallas Mavericks. The Celtics currently sit at 26-36, two games out of the 8th seed in the Eastern Conference. Even if they are able to get into the playoffs, nobody expects them to win a game, much less go anywhere. It’s going to be a couple of years before the Celtics are “winning” again.

The Celtics made the playoffs in 2014, taking on the Cleveland Cavaliers, even though the team ended the regular season two games below .500. They finished second in their division, and seventh overall in the Eastern Conference. Sadly, they lost to the "Cav's" in four straight games.

The Boston Celtics had a pretty decent 2015-2016 season. They finished the season in that famous four-way tie at 48-34, and ended up with the 5th seed in the Eastern Conference. In round one of the NBA playoffs, they faced the 4th seeded Atlanta Hawks, and lost in six games. The Celtics had a busy offseason, especially since they had three first round draft choices. With the third selection overall, they took Jaylen Brown, the small forward from California. With 16th selection overall, they chose Guerschon Yabulse, a power forward from France. With the 23rd selection overall, they dipped into the international pool again, this time Ante Zizic, a center from Croatia. Following the draft they went into the free agent market and signed Al Horford to a four year contract worth 113 million dollars. So far this season the Celtics are off to about the same pace they had a year ago, currently standing with a record of 26-18, good for third place in the Eastern Conference. The future looks bright in Boston.

The Boston Celtics, one of the NBA’s premier franchises, had yet another amazing season a year ago, finishing the regular season 55-27, which made them the second seed in the Eastern Conference playoffs. In the first round of the playoffs they were taken to seven games by a tough Milwaukee Bucks squad, before finally disposing of them 112-96 in game seven. In round two they took care of the young talented Philadelphia 76ers in five games, moving onto the Eastern Conference finals, were they met the Cleveland Cavaliers. Through five games they held a 3-2 series lead before losing the last two, ending their season.

Unlike other sports, the NBA begins their offseason with the draft. The Celtics held the twenty-seventh selection overall in round one, which they used on power forward/center Robert Williams from Texas A&M. Williams played center in college, but at 6’10”, 241 pounds, he profiles more as a power forward in the NBA. In free agency, the Celtics re-signed young talented hybrid guard Marcus Smart and center Aron Baynes, then added point guard Brad Wanamaker to back up franchise player point guard Kyrie Irving. The plan for the Celtics is more built on looking for better things from their own roster. A year ago, big free agent signing Gordon Hayward tore his ACL on opening night. He is back and playing well so far this season. They are also banking on the continued development of shooting guard Jaylen Brown, taken third overall in the 2016 NBA draft. With Lebron James now in Los Angeles, the Celtics believe the Eastern Conference is theirs for the taking. We will see if they are right.