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    Gordon Hayward Agrees To Four-Year, $120M Deal With Hornets

    Gordon Hayward has agreed to a four-year, $120 million deal with the Charlotte Hornets. Hayward previously signed an offer sheet with the Hornets during his 2014 restricted free agency that the Utah Jazz matched. Hayward also received interest from the Indiana Pacers and New York Knicks, while the Boston Celtics also had interest in retaining […] More

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    Gordon Hayward Declines $34M Option With Celtics, Becomes Free Agent

    Gordon Hayward has opted out of his $34 million contract with the Boston Celtics to become a free agent. Hayward and the Celtics agreed to extend his deadline on the decision by 48 hours until after the draft. The Celtics could still conceivably re-sign Hayward as an outright free agent. Hayward is expected to receive […] More

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    Pacers Continue To Pursue Sign-And-Trade With Celtics For Gordon Hayward

    The Indiana Pacers continue to explore a sign-and-trade with the Boston Celtics for Gordon Hayward. There have been multiple reports that Hayward’s preference is to end up with the Pacers. Hayward declined his $34 million player option for the 20-21 season with the Celtics to become a free agent. The New York Knicks are also […] More

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    Warriors, Celtics Discussed Marcus Smart For No. 2

    The Boston Celtics and Golden State Warriors discussed a trade centered on Marcus Smart for the No. 2 overall pick. Talks fell through for both parties as the Celtics rejected an unknown counteroffer. The Celtics and Warriors are not expected to pick up talks. Boston is believed to be targeting James Wiseman in the draft […] More

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    Celtics Continue To Look For Trade Into Top-3

    The Boston Celtics continue to search for ways to move into the top-3 of the draft, sources tell Marc Stein of the New York Times. Boston owns picks Nos. 14, 26 and 30 in Wednesday’s draft. It is not clear who the Celtics would target with that high of a draft pick as they could […] More

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    RealGM Radio: Jared Weiss On The Celtics And Offseason

    Host Danny Leroux (@DannyLeroux) and Jared Weiss of The Athletic (@JaredWeissNBA) break down the Celtics and the NBA offseason. They discuss Gordon Hayward’s future in Boston, how the Celtics can improve this fall, what they are looking for in the wild week to come and much more. Subscribe to RealGM Radio on iTunes or via the RSS feed.  More

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    Tommy Heinsohn Passes Away At 86

    Tommy Heinsohn has passed away at the age of 86. Heinsohn won 10 titles in his 20 seasons as a player and coach for the Boston Celtics. Heinsohn was a six-time All-Star and also the 1957 Rookie of the Year and a four-time All-NBA second-team honoree. Heinsohn coached the Celtics from 1969 to 1978, leading Boston […] More

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    Gordon Hayward Interested In Leaving Celtics Via Trade Or Free Agency

    Gordon Hayward’s three seasons with the Boston Celtics have been marred by injuries and a reduced role amid the emergence of Jayson Tatum and Jaylen Brown. Hayward signed a three-plus-one contract with the Celtics worth $127.8 million during the 2017 offseason. Hayward has a player option worth $34.19 million for the 20-21 season that he […] More

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    Celtics Offering Picks 14, 26, 30 In Hopes Of Moving Up In Draft

    The Boston Celtics have offered their three first round picks in trade offers to try and move up, multiple league sources tell Kevin O’Connor of The Ringer. The Celtics own picks 14, 26 and 30. Boston so far hasn’t had any interest from teams with a high enough draft pick to execute a deal. O’Connor […] More

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    Pacers Interested In Trade For Gordon Hayward

    The Indiana Pacers have interest in trading for Gordon Hayward of the Boston Celtics, sources tell Ian Begley of SNY.tv. Hayward is expected to exercise his player option for the 20-21 season worth $34.2 million and become a free agent again in 2021. Hayward is from Indiana and played collegiately at Butler.  The Pacers have […] More

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    Daniel Theis Undergoes Surgery On Left Knee

    Daniel Theis underwent a successful arthroscopic procedure on his left knee on Tuesday, including removal of a loose body. The surgery was performed by Celtics Team Physician Dr. Tony Schena at New England Baptist Hospital. Recovery is not expected to affect Theis’s ability to fully participate in training camp. More

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    Danny Ainge: Kemba Walker ‘Definitely Not Himself’ During Restart

    Danny Ainge believes Kemba Walker wasn’t himself during the NBA’s restart. Walker has dealt with left knee issues since January. “I wasn’t there [in the bubble],” Ainge said Thursday. “I was watching from here, but I could see, even when he was here before the bubble started — which is why he was shut down a […] More

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