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    Getty Images Marcus Smart of the Celtics dribbles during first overtime against the New York Knicks at Madison Square Garden When Boston Celtics head coach Ime Udoka added assistant coach, former NBA point guard Damon Stoudamire to his coaching staff over the summer, Udoka made that decision with one player in mind — Marcus Smart. Smart, the longest-tenured...
    Getty Boston Celtics point guard Marcus Smart. On the heels of starting point guard Marcus Smart being suspended for the team’s preseason finale, the Celtics have opted to add some reinforcement to their backcourt — at least for the time being. According to The Athletic’s Jared Weiss, Boston is signing point guard Chris Clemons to an Exhibit 10...
    BOSTON (CBS) — Marcus Smart is set to begin his eighth season with the Boston Celtics, the longest tenured member of the team. He has a new four-year contract, and a new role that he’s confident he’ll thrive in going forward. For Smart, everything about the 2021-22 Celtics screams “fresh start.” Not just on a personal level, but for everyone...
    Getty Boston Celtics guard Marcus Smart directs his team during a game against the Houston Rockets. There’s no getting around it — last season was a bad one for the Boston Celtics. After narrowly missing out on an NBA Finals berth in the Orlando bubble the previous year, the Beantowners stumbled to a .500 record and a first-round...
    Getty Marcus Smart #36 of the Boston Celtics is charged with an offensive foul as he drives against Dennis Schroder #17. The Boston Celtics‘ revamped backcourt could theoretically include CJ McCollum one day. The Portland Trail Blazers sharpshooter has been long-rumored as a target for the Cs — however, that’s for another time. For the immediate future, Boston...
    Getty Celtics point guard Marcus Smart. Since Kemba Walker was shipped out of town back in June, the Boston Celtics had been linked to their fair share of plug-and-play point guard options. From Lonzo Ball to Kyle Lowry, the list goes on and on. However, the team opted against splurging on a big-name free agent this summer. Instead,...
    Boston Celtics moves. Or, rather, secure one of your most valuable pieces. According to Adrian Wojnarowski (ESPN) and Shams Charania (.), Marcus Smart will sign a four-year, $ 77 million extension. The relationship, likewise, would take effect from the 2022-23 season, because for the next time the player had 14.3 million insured which, in this way, he will receive in...
    Marcus Smart personally announced his new contract extension with the Boston Celtics in an amazing Twitter message. The Boston Celtics experienced some turnover at the point guard position in the offseason. Kemba Walker, their 2019 free agency acquisition is gone, and the team essentially replaced him with former Los Angeles Laker Dennis Schroder. But there is one constant on the position...
    BOSTON (CBS) — There were rumblings Monday that the Celtics were getting a bit frustrated by the unpredictability of Marcus Smart, and that Brad Stevens may look to deal the longest-tenured player on the team this offseason. Those rumblings have since been silenced. It doesn’t sound like Smart will be going anywhere after all, according to a pair of seasoned...
    Getty Images Marcus Smart and Serge Ibaka congratulate each other in Game 7 NBA free agency does not officially kick off until 6:00 PM EST on August 2, but the rumor mill is already churning. Given that the Brooklyn Nets already have most of their salary cap invested in their three stars Kevin Durant, James Harden, and Kyrie...
    Getty Boston Celtics guard Marcus Smart. After seven years of solidifying himself as a defensive stalwart and team leader, Marcus Smart’s standing within the Boston Celtics organization appears to be somewhat in limbo. On one hand, the former No. 6 overall pick looks to be the logical in-house replacement to Kemba Walker as the team’s starting point guard. Fresh...
    Getty Images Marcus Smart of the Celtics reacts after being fouled by Kyrie Irving of the Nets Boston Celtics head coach Ime Udoka is embarking on his first offseason alongside the president of basketball operations Brad Stevens; together, the two will have to make a decision in regards to Marcus Smart and his forthcoming role. The latest Celtics...
    Getty Marcus Smart calls out to the crowd during a May 28 game against the Brooklyn Nets. With no first-round pick in the upcoming 2021 NBA Draft, the Chicago Bulls should be looking ahead to free agency, one of few avenues they’ll have to upgrade the roster. But before they can do anything this summer, Arturas Karnisovas and...
    Getty Marcus Smart #36 of the Boston Celtics dribbles during the first half against the Brooklyn Nets at Barclays Center. The Boston Celtics have traded Kemba Walker… now what? While Walker’s injuries, age and namely salary bogged down his long-term value for the Cs, his exit from Beantown still leaves a major hole at point guard. For all...
    Getty Marcus Smart #36 of the Boston Celtics drives past Darius Bazley #7 of the Oklahoma City Thunder for a layup during a game at TD Garden. The Boston Celtics are in the midst of quite the shake-up. Which likely means roster changes will shortly be underway as new president of basketball operations Brad Stevens looks to put...
    Getty Marcus Smart #36 of the Boston Celtics motions to the crowd at the end of the first quarter against the Brooklyn Nets during Game Three of the Eastern Conference first round series. Marcus Smart has done plenty of good during his seven seasons in Beantown. Widely regarded as the emotional leader of the Boston Celtics, Smart has...
    Brooklyn Nets superstar Kyrie Irving recently said that when he returns to Boston to take on the Celtics in their first-round playoff series, he hopes he doesn’t have to deal with subtle racism from fans in the crowd. Celtics president Danny Ainge responded by saying that he never heard that from any player during his 26 years in Boston. However,...
    Getty Images Marcus Smart and Kemba Walker of the Celtics As the losing continues for the Boston Celtics — four consecutive, eight of their last 11 games — one NBA analyst is shifting his focus to the Celtics’ offseason and is calling for drastic changes. Former 2008 Celtics champion, ESPN analyst Kendrick Perkins says it’s time for Boston...
    Getty Images Bruce Brown of the Nets shoots against Marcus Smart and Kemba Walker of the Celtics The Boston Celtics finalized a deal to land Orlando Magic guard Evan Fournier in exchange for Jeff Teague and two future second-round picks ahead of the NBA’s trade deadline, Thursday afternoon. The Magic are officially in a full-blown rebuild. Nikola Vucevic...
    Getty Marcus Smart #36 of the Boston Celtics. The Atlanta Hawks have reported interest in Boston Celtics guard Marcus Smart, per The Athletic’s Shams Charania. “The Hawks have expressed interest in Celtics guard Marcus Smart, sources said,” wrote Charania. “Smart has played in six games since returning from a calf strain, and Celtics players understood his loss in...
    By Matthew Geagan, CBS Boston BOSTON (CBS) — The Celtics are out west for a critical five-game road trip. To make matters even more difficult for the struggling C’s, they’ll be without their defensive backbone in Marcus Smart, who is out 2-3 weeks after suffering a left calf tear in Saturday night’s loss to the Lakers. First up for Boston...
    The Boston Celtics received some good news regarding guard Marcus Smart. Saturday wasn’t the greatest of nights for the Boston Celtics. Not only did they end up losing 96-95 to the Los Angeles Lakers, but guard Marcus Smart left in the fourth quarter with a concerning left leg injury. After undergoing an MRI, the Celtics received some good news. According...
    Celebrity Tattoos: See Stars Sporting Plenty of Ink (Photos) Signs that you should be preparing to buy a new car Opinion: Celtics’ success hinges on Kemba Walker, Marcus Smart easing burden on Jayson Tatum, Jaylen Brown The ball left Kemba Walker’s fingertips, and it appeared for one moment that he would deliver the Boston Celtics a signature win against...
    Getty Marcus Smart #36 of the Boston Celtics drives against Jimmy Butler #22 of the Miami Heat. Jaylen Brown spent the latter part of the offseason and the early parts of the 2020-21 regular season engulfed in trade chatter. However, his ascension into, dare I say, full-blown superstardom, has made the 24-year-old damn-near untouchable. Shifting focus into the...
    Getty Jaylen Brown #7 and Marcus Smart #36 of the Boston Celtics. Jayson Tatum and Jaylen Brown, as they have for the entirety of the young season, shined on Sunday. The duo combined for 55 points as their late-game heroics muscled the Boston Celtics to a 122-120 redemption victory over the Detroit Pistons. However, as brilliant as Tatum...
    With the Detroit Pistons deep into a rebuilding process that has already seen some top players move teams earlier in the year, a recent list of trade ideas suggested that the Boston Celtics could acquire veteran power forward Blake Griffin for a package centered on combo guard Marcus Smart. As pointed out by NBA Analysis Network on Wednesday, the Celtics...
    BOSTON (CBS) — When the Celtics drafted Payton Pritchard at the end of the first round last month, it wasn’t met with much fanfare. The selection caused more curious looks than celebratory reactions, as late-round picks by Danny Ainge tend to do. Most mock drafts had Pritchard going in the second round, so it raised a few eyebrows when Ainge...
    Getty Guard CJ McCollum of the Trail Blazers and Boston Celtics coach Brad Stevens. Add another name to the ever-expanding group of potential Celtics trade targets circulating on the NBA rumor mill. This time, it is Blazers guard C.J. McCollum and while McCollum’s ability as a shot-maker—he is a career 39.7% 3-point shooter—would certainly get the attention of...
    When the NBA players arrived in the Orlando bubble, a lot of them complained about it, and understandably so. From the food to the residence, players found problems with a lot of the facilities that were provided. However, in retrospect, Boston Celtics defensive juggernaut Marcus Smart liked the experience. He says the bubble turned out to be “pretty damn great.”...
    BOSTON (CBS) — For the second straight season, Celtics guard Marcus Smart has earned a spot on the NBA’s All-Defensive First Team. Smart was the only guard named to the First Team, which was announced Tuesday night. He is joined by Milwaukee’s Giannis Antetokounmpo, Utah’s Rudy Gobert, Los Angeles’ Anthony Davis and Philadelphia’s Ben Simmons. Smart earned the final spot...
    ORLANDO (CBS) – Celtics guard Marcus Smart will be among the players using his jersey to send a message when the NBA returns to action this summer. Smart said he has opted to use one of the phrases the NBA will allow players to put on the back of their uniform in place of their name. The guard, who participated...
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