2018 ScheduleAll times ET

2018 Schedule
48-23, 2nd in Atlantic
The rise of Kyrie Irving (0:58)
Hayward balances daughter on lap while playing Fortnite (0:33)

Chris Forsberg ESPN Staff Writer 

The NBA's last 2 minute report determined that Marcus Morris should have been called for a 5-second violation and a travel prior to his game-winning 3-pointer on Boston's final possession during Tuesday's 100-99 triumph over the Thunder.

Time to worry about Kyrie's knee? (1:02)
Do Celts need Kyrie to make playoff run? (2:07)

Chris Forsberg ESPN Staff Writer 

After Celtics rookie Jayson Tatum's big night against OKC — 23 points, 11 rebounds, and the assist on Marcus Morris' game-winner — Thunder forward Paul George offered gushing praise. George: "[Tatum] looks like a star. He looks like a ballplayer. ... He doesn't look like a rookie. He looks like a star in this league."

KG calls Morris' game winner (0:35)
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1dChris Forsberg

George excited to hear of Hayward's progress

Thunder forward Paul George, who has lent support from afar throughout Gordon Hayward's recovery from a gruesome opening-night ankle injury, said he's excited to hear about the Celtics forward's progress.


Chris Forsberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Reporter: "Jayson take us through the game-winner." Tatum: "We kinda messed the play up. ... It was my fault."


Chris Forsberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Marcus Morris, after praising rookie Jayson Tatum's play, was detailing his game-winner when Tatum walked by on his way out the door. Tatum (screaming): "It was a really ideal pass. Good shot though."

Tatum throws down another emphatic slam (0:17)
Tatum throws down big one-handed slam (0:24)
Woj update on Kyrie's knee injury (0:33)

Chris Forsberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Brad Stevens on Kyrie Irving: ""He's going to get a second opinion, that's why he probably won't go on the [upcoming road] trip. … It's not new pain, by any means, it's not anything new. It's continued soreness."

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2dChris Forsberg

Kyrie to receive second opinion on ailing knee

Celtics coach Brad Stevens said Kyrie Irving likely will not accompany the team on its upcoming road trip as he continues to deal with soreness in his left knee.

Chris Forsberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Celtics coach Brad Stevens confirms that All-Star point guard Kyrie Irving will seek a second opinion due to the lingering soreness in his left knee that has bothered Irving throughout the month.

Team Stats

Points Per Game104.319th
Rebounds Per Game44.67th
Assists Per Game22.419th
Points Allowed100.43rd

Team History