Celtics continue winning ways

Their run and gun style has paid off and the Boston Celtics have won five of their last  seven games including a 100-95 win over the Utah Jazz last night for their 11th straight home win.  Jae Crowder led the Celtics with 22 and Isiah Thomas chipped in 18 points and nine rebounds.

“We’re really locking in, and being resilient and believing in one another. And we’re believing in what coach Brad draws up for us,” Crowder said. “We’ve been doing a great job when it’s crunch time of finding the right shot. That takes lot of togetherness, and I think we’ve shown that. We gotta continue to show that to win games.”

The team has a day of practice before hosting the Portland Trailblazers (32-28) tomorrow night at the Garden.  Get your tickets now and help cheer on your Celtics as they gather momentum for the upcoming playoffs.

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Celtics drop game to Bobcats

Al Jefferson finally got his due revenge against the team that traded him in 2007.  The Boston Celtics parted ways with the little used power forward that Danny Ainge thought was a defensive liability.

“Oh, man, Jefferson said after the game. “It’s been a long time coming. Better late than never, right?”

The Celtics take on the Portland Trailblazers tomorrow night at the TD Garden.  Great seats and tickets are still available.

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