Jim Fenton The Enterprise @JFenton_ent BOSTON – They boarded a flight bound for the West Coast late Sunday afternoon with an extra piece of baggage.The Celtics carried with them a three-game losing streak – the first of the 2017-18 season and the first in just about a full calendar year.They are winless since arriving home from London when they were riding a seven-game winning streak.The Celtics have hit a legitimate bump in the road, the latest piece of evidence coming in the form of a...
Jim Fenton The Enterprise @JFenton_ent BOSTON - He had to sit out one game to rest a sore left shoulder, raising some concerns.All it took was one game back for Kyrie Irving to get rid of those concerns.The Celtics guard scored 40 points, making 14 of 23 shots in 40 minutes during a 103-95 loss to the Orlando Magic on Sunday afternoon at the TD Garden.Irving felt soreness in his shoulder during a game against the New Orleans Pelicans, then did not play Thursday against the Philadelphia...
The 19-year-old forward, who has started all 46 games, would become just the team's seventh first-year player to make at least 50 starts since the 1979-80 season. Jim Fenton The Enterprise @JFenton_ent
Larry Bird stepped into the Celtics’ starting lineup on opening night of his rookie year and stayed there for all 82 games in the 1979-80 season.
Celtics lose to the lowly Magic, 103-95, finish 0-3 on the homestand. Four games out west next on the schedule. Celtics lead Raptors by just 2 games, one in the loss column. Irving had 40 points, 7 rebounds, 5 assists.
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