Celtics: Schedule| NBA Champions| News| Record| Score

Boston Celtics is an American professional basketball team based in Boston, Massachusetts. Celtics competes as a member of the League’s Eastern Conference Atlantic Division in the National Basketball Association (NBA). Today we will discuss about Celtics: Schedule| NBA Champions| News| Record| Score 

Celtics: Schedule| NBA Champions| News| Record| Score

 

Founded in 1946 as one of the original eight teams of the league, the team plays a home game in TD Gardens, which they share with the Boston Brewins of the National Hockey League (NHL). Celtics are one of the most successful teams in the NBA history; The franchise has won the most championships with 17 in the NBA, accounting for 23.9 percent of all NBA championships since the establishment of the league.

Schedule

NBA Champions

Celtics: Schedule| NBA Champions| News| Record| Score

In the Western Champion and the Eastern Champion column, the first bracket points to the playoff seed of the teams. The second brackets appear several times in an NBA Finals as well as in the NBA Finals Records of each related team till date.

YearWestern ChampionCoachResultEastern ChampionCoachReference
1947Chicago Stags (1) (1, 0–1)Harold Olsen1–4Philadelphia Warriors (2)(1, 1–0)Eddie Gottlieb[14]
1948Baltimore Bullets (2)(1, 1–0)Buddy Jeannette4–2Philadelphia Warriors (1) (2, 1–1)Eddie Gottlieb[15]
1949Minneapolis Lakers (2)(1, 1–0)John Kundla4–2Washington Capitols (1) (1, 0–1)Red Auerbach[16]
1950Minneapolis Lakers (1) [a](2, 2–0)John Kundla4–2Syracuse Nationals(1) (1, 0–1)Al Cervi[17][18]
1951Rochester Royals (2)(1, 1–0)Les Harrison4–3New York Knicks (3) (1, 0–1)Joe Lapchick[19]
1952Minneapolis Lakers (2)(3, 3–0)John Kundla4–3New York Knicks (3) (2, 0–2)Joe Lapchick[20]
1953Minneapolis Lakers (1)(4, 4–0)John Kundla4–1New York Knicks (1) (3, 0–3)Joe Lapchick[21]
1954Minneapolis Lakers (1)(5, 5–0)John Kundla4–3Syracuse Nationals(1) (3, 0–2)Al Cervi[22]
1955Fort Wayne Pistons (1) (1, 0–1)Charles Eckman3–4Syracuse Nationals(1) (3, 1–2)Al Cervi[23]
1956Fort Wayne Pistons (1) (2, 0–2)Charles Eckman1–4Philadelphia Warriors (1)(3, 2–1)George Senesky[24]
1957St. Louis Hawks (1) (1, 0–1)Alex Hannum3–4Boston Celtics (1)(1, 1–0)Red Auerbach[25]
1958St. Louis Hawks (1)(2, 1–1)Alex Hannum4–2Boston Celtics (1) (2, 1–1)Red Auerbach[26]
1959Minneapolis Lakers (2) (6, 5–1)John Kundla0–4Boston Celtics (1)(3, 2–1)Red Auerbach[27]
1960St. Louis Hawks (1) (3, 1–2)Ed Macauley3–4Boston Celtics (1)(4, 3–1)Red Auerbach[28]
1961St. Louis Hawks (1) (4, 1–3)Paul Seymour1–4Boston Celtics (1)(5, 4–1)Red Auerbach[29]
1962Los Angeles Lakers (1) (7, 5–2)Fred Schaus3–4Boston Celtics (1)(6, 5–1)Red Auerbach[30]
1963Los Angeles Lakers (1) (8, 5–3)Fred Schaus2–4Boston Celtics (1)(7, 6–1)Red Auerbach[31]
1964[b]San Francisco Warriors (1) (4, 2–2)Alex Hannum1–4Boston Celtics (1)(8, 7–1)Red Auerbach[32]
1965Los Angeles Lakers (1) (9, 5–4)Fred Schaus1–4Boston Celtics (1)(9, 8–1)Red Auerbach[33]
1966Los Angeles Lakers (1) (10, 5–5)Fred Schaus3–4Boston Celtics (2)(10, 9–1)Red Auerbach[34]
1967San Francisco Warriors (1) (5, 2–3)Bill Sharman2–4Philadelphia 76ers (1) (4, 2–2)Alex Hannum[35]
1968Los Angeles Lakers (2) (11, 5–6)Butch van Breda Kolff2–4Boston Celtics (2)(11, 10–1)Bill Russell[36]
1969Los Angeles Lakers (1)(12, 5–7)Butch van Breda Kolff3–4Boston Celtics (4)(12, 11–1)Bill Russell[37]
1970Los Angeles Lakers (2) (13, 5–8)Joe Mullaney3–4New York Knicks (1)(4, 1–3)Red Holzman[38]
1971Milwaukee Bucks (1) (1, 1–0)Larry Costello4–0Baltimore Bullets (1) (1, 0–1)Gene Shue[39]
1972Los Angeles Lakers (1)(14, 6–8)Bill Sharman4–1New York Knicks (2) (5, 1–4)Red Holzman[40]
1973Los Angeles Lakers (2) (15, 6–9)Bill Sharman1–4New York Knicks (2)(6, 2–4)Red Holzman[41]
1974Milwaukee Bucks (1) (2, 1–1)Larry Costello3–4Boston Celtics (1)(13, 12–1)Tom Heinsohn[42]
1975Golden State Warriors (1)(6, 3–3)Al Attles4–0Washington Bullets (2) (2, 0–2)K.C. Jones[43]
1976Phoenix Suns (3) (1, 0–1)John MacLeod2–4Boston Celtics (1)(14, 13–1)Tom Heinsohn[44]
1977[c]Portland Trail Blazers(3) (1, 1–0)Jack Ramsey4–2Philadelphia 76ers (1) (5, 2–3)Gene Shue[47]
1978Seattle SuperSonics(4) (1, 0–1)Lenny Wilkens3–4Washington Bullets (3)(3, 1–2)Dick Motta[48]
1979Seattle SuperSonics(1) (2, 1–1)Lenny Wilkens4–1Washington Bullets (1) (4, 1–3)Dick Motta[49]
1980Los Angeles Lakers (1)(16, 7–9)Paul Westhead4–2Philadelphia 76ers (3) (6, 2–4)Billy Cunningham[50]
1981Houston Rockets (6) (1, 0–1)Del Harris2–4Boston Celtics (1)(15, 14–1)Bill Fitch[51]
1982Los Angeles Lakers (1)(17, 8–9)Pat Riley4–2Philadelphia 76ers (3) (7, 2–5)Billy Cunningham[52]
1983Los Angeles Lakers (1) (18, 8–10)Pat Riley0–4Philadelphia 76ers (1) (8, 3–5)Billy Cunningham[53]
1984[d]Los Angeles Lakers (1) (19, 8–11)Pat Riley3–4Boston Celtics (1)(16, 15–1)K.C. Jones[54]
1985Los Angeles Lakers (1)(20, 9–11)Pat Riley4–2Boston Celtics (1) (17, 15–2)K.C. Jones[55]
1986Houston Rockets (2) (2, 0–2)Bill Fitch2–4Boston Celtics (1)(18, 16–2)K.C. Jones[56]
1987Los Angeles Lakers (1)(21, 10–11)Pat Riley4–2Boston Celtics (1) (19, 16–3)K.C. Jones[57]
1988Los Angeles Lakers (1)(22, 11–11)Pat Riley4–3Detroit Pistons (2) (3, 0–3)Chuck Daly[58]
1989Los Angeles Lakers (1) (23, 11–12)Pat Riley0–4Detroit Pistons (1)(4, 1–3)Chuck Daly[59]
1990Portland Trail Blazers(3) (2, 1–1)Rick Adelman1–4Detroit Pistons (1)(5, 2–3)Chuck Daly[60]
1991Los Angeles Lakers (3) (24, 11–13)Mike Dunleavy1–4Chicago Bulls (1) (1, 1–0)Phil Jackson[61]
1992Portland Trail Blazers(1) (3, 1–2)Rick Adelman2–4Chicago Bulls (1) (2, 2–0)Phil Jackson[62]
1993Phoenix Suns (1) (2, 0–2)Paul Westphal2–4Chicago Bulls (2) (3, 3–0)Phil Jackson[63]
1994Houston Rockets (2)(3, 1–2)Rudy Tomjanovich4–3New York Knicks (2) (7, 2–5)Pat Riley[64]
1995Houston Rockets (6)(4, 2–2)Rudy Tomjanovich4–0Orlando Magic (1) (1, 0–1)Brian Hill[65]
1996Seattle SuperSonics(1) (3, 1–2)George Karl2–4Chicago Bulls (1) (4, 4–0)Phil Jackson[66]
1997Utah Jazz(1) (1, 0–1)Jerry Sloan2–4Chicago Bulls (1) (5, 5–0)Phil Jackson[67]
1998Utah Jazz(1) (2, 0–2)Jerry Sloan2–4Chicago Bulls (1) (6, 6–0)Phil Jackson[68]
1999[e]San Antonio Spurs (1) (1, 1–0)Gregg Popovich4–1New York Knicks (8) (8, 2–6)Jeff Van Gundy[70]
2000Los Angeles Lakers (1)(25, 12–13)Phil Jackson4–2Indiana Pacers (1) (1, 0–1)Larry Bird[71]
2001Los Angeles Lakers (2)(26, 13–13)Phil Jackson4–1Philadelphia 76ers (1) (9, 3–6)Larry Brown[72]
2002Los Angeles Lakers (3)(27, 14–13)Phil Jackson4–0New Jersey Nets (1) (1, 0–1)Byron Scott[73]
2003San Antonio Spurs (1) (2, 2–0)Gregg Popovich4–2New Jersey Nets (2) (2, 0–2)Byron Scott[74]
2004Los Angeles Lakers (2) (28, 14–14)Phil Jackson1–4Detroit Pistons (3)(6, 3–3)Larry Brown[75]
2005San Antonio Spurs (2) (3, 3–0)Gregg Popovich4–3Detroit Pistons (2) (7, 3–4)Larry Brown[76]
2006Dallas Mavericks(4) (1, 0–1)Avery Johnson2–4Miami Heat(2) (1, 1–0)Pat Riley[77]
2007San Antonio Spurs (3) (4, 4–0)Gregg Popovich4–0Cleveland Cavaliers(2) (1, 0–1)Mike Brown[78]
2008Los Angeles Lakers (1) (29, 14–15)Phil Jackson2–4Boston Celtics (1)(20, 17–3)Doc Rivers[79]
2009Los Angeles Lakers (1)(30, 15–15)Phil Jackson4–1Orlando Magic (3) (2, 0–2)Stan Van Gundy[80]
2010Los Angeles Lakers (1)(31, 16–15)Phil Jackson4–3Boston Celtics (4) (21, 17–4)Doc Rivers[81]
2011Dallas Mavericks(3) (2, 1–1)Rick Carlisle4–2Miami Heat(2) (2, 1–1)Erik Spoelstra[82]
2012[f]Oklahoma City Thunder(2) (4, 1–3)Scott Brooks1–4Miami Heat(2) (3, 2–1)Erik Spoelstra[85]
2013San Antonio Spurs (2) (5, 4–1)Gregg Popovich3–4Miami Heat(1) (4, 3–1)Erik Spoelstra[86]
2014San Antonio Spurs (1) (6, 5–1)Gregg Popovich4–1Miami Heat(2) (5, 3–2)Erik Spoelstra[87]
2015Golden State Warriors (1)(7, 4–3)Steve Kerr4–2Cleveland Cavaliers(2) (2, 0–2)David Blatt[88]
2016Golden State Warriors (1) (8, 4–4)Steve Kerr3–4Cleveland Cavaliers(1) (3, 1–2)Tyronn Lue[89]
2017Golden State Warriors (1)(9, 5–4)Steve Kerr4–1Cleveland Cavaliers(2) (4, 1–3)Tyronn Lue[90]
2018Golden State Warriors (2)(10, 6–4)Steve Kerr4–0Cleveland Cavaliers(4) (5, 1–4)Tyronn Lue[91]

News

Celtics: Schedule| NBA Champions| News| Record| Score

Kari remains in the headlines for the entire season in the future of Irving, so naturally, every time after their Boston Celtics conflict, it becomes a story again.

  1. Irving publicly criticized teammates, were involved in the on-court tantrums, and were the centerpieces in a group of fictional New York Knicks 2019-20.
  2. And on Wednesday, the dissatisfaction of the superstar was again clear, because Celtics were thrown by the Toronto Captors 118-95.
  3. Looking at Irving’s ‘disappointed father’ from the bench, rounds on Twitter – the “Tired” label – Isaya Thomas tried to explain the strange atmosphere in Boston
  4. Thomas said on Players Only TNT broadcast, “He [found] got a way to get everyone together, and got some real hard and heart [conversation].”
  5. “Now this is a team, for me, talented players. But, I’m not sure that this is a team that really likes each other.
  6. And last year when we saw them to play and get excellence and to succeed.
  7. You can tell that they were a group of people who were really together, who really loved each other, and together Used to enjoy playing.
  8. “I’m not sure that this is just a team that likes to play together, or really likes each other.”
  9. Irving finished with just seven points in 27 minutes, while Pascal Siam topped for Toronto with 25, and Quebec Leonard scored 21 runs.
  10. “We are very much connected as a team,” said Brad Stevens, coach of Celtics. “It’s been a theme for a while.” Celtic Guard Marcus Smart echoed his coach’s evaluation.
  11. “No one is together,” said Smart. “We have found everyone doing the same thing on the same page at the same time.” However, when asked to respond to Smart’s comments, Irving was not on the same page.
  12. Marcus’s opinion, “Irving said, to answer when asked if he agreed with the partner of his team.
  13. Regarding Stevens’ remarks, Irving had very little say that Boston is taking too many “shortcuts” on defense.

Also read http://www.espn.in/nba/team/_/name/bos/boston-celtics

 

Record & score

EASTERN CONFERENCEWLGBCONFDIVHOMEROADL10STR

1

MIL

4614032-812-125-521-99-1W 5

2

TOR

4517228-119-426-619-118-2W 1

3

IND

40216.528-128-423-817-138-2L 1

4

PHI

39227.522-156-824-815-146-4W 1

5

BOS

37249.527-1310-423-814-165-5L 3

6

BKN

32301522-177-618-1414-164-6W 2

7

DET

293016.520-195-518-1311-178-2W 3

8

CHA

28321821-188-320-118-214-6L 2

9

ORL

28341920-176-516-1612-187-3L 1

10

MIA

263319.514-213-811-1815-152-8L 3

11

WAS

24362217-256-617-127-243-7L 4

12

ATL

204126.512-286-710-1810-234-6L 1

13

CHI

164530.512-263-107-249-215-5L 1

14

CLE

144732.510-292-109-235-244-6L 1

15

NYK

134833.58-342-126-247-243-7W 2
WESTERN CONFERENCEWLGBCONFDIVHOMEROADL10STR

1

GSW

4317026-1211-223-820-97-3W 1

2

DEN

4218127-108-127-415-147-3W 5

3

OKC

3822522-176-521-817-146-4L 2

4

POR

3723620-194-824-813-157-3W 4

5

HOU

3525822-177-521-914-166-4W 2

6

UTA

33269.520-175-719-1014-166-4W 1

7

LAC

34281022-199-317-1217-166-4W 1

8

SAS

33291124-198-522-711-223-7L 3

9

SAC

31291217-233-1019-1112-186-4L 1

10

MIN

29311418-224-620-109-215-5W 1

11

LAL

29311420-207-417-1212-193-7L 2

12

NOP

27351717-217-718-129-234-6L 1

13

DAL

26341714-233-620-106-243-7L 5

14

MEM

24382016-225-715-169-224-6W 1

15

PHX

125032

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