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2019 Schedule
49-33, 3rd in Atlantic
Pippen: Rozier 'great fit' for Bulls (1:59)
3d

Lowe Post: Arnovitz on AD, Lottery, WCF, More

Zach talks to ESPN's Kevin Arnovitz about the lottery (1:45), Anthony Davis (11:55), Boston's fraught offseason (19:06), other trade targets (35:01), Warriors-Blazers (42:41), and more.

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5d

Magic, Bird to get Lifetime Achievement Award

Magic Johnson and Larry Bird, whose coast-to-coast rivalry in the 1980s propelled the NBA to a new level of popularity, will be honored with the Lifetime Achievement Award.

Ohm Youngmisuk ESPN Staff Writer 

Magic Johnson and Larry Bird will receive the Lifetime Achievement Award at the 2019 NBA Awards this summer. Bill Russell and Oscar Robertson have been the past two recipients.

Suns fall out of Top 4 in draft (2:33)
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6d

Rozier: 'I might have to go' if Celts stay intact

Terry Rozier on Tuesday discussed on ESPN First Take what went wrong with the Celtics this season and having to take a lesser role with the return of Kyrie Irving and Gordon Hayward.

Rozier 'might have to go' if Celtics keep the same team (1:35)
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8d

Round 2 recap: Kawhi bounces the Sixers; the champs fight on

Giannis and the Bucks blitzed the Celtics, the Warriors fought through Houston once again and Kawhi gave us one of the most thrilling buzzer beaters in playoff history. Relive a wild conference semis.

Pierce gets 'special delivery' from Bucks (1:31)
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11d

Smart: Blaming Kyrie for Celtics' fall is B.S.

Kyrie Irving struggled as the Celtics lost to the Bucks in the Eastern Conference semifinals, but Marcus Smart said it's "bulls---" to say Irving's leadership skills were to blame for the team's problems.

Smart: Blaming Kyrie's leadership is B.S. (0:59)
Celtics' season ends with more questions than answers (2:15)
Kyrie endures ugly series in possible end to Celtics career (1:17)
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12dTim Bontemps

Stevens says he 'did a bad job' as C's fall short

As Boston's season came to a disappointing end Wednesday night, coach Brad Stevens shouldered the blame for the Celtics' failures, calling this "the most trying" season for him as a head coach.

Stevens on Celtics' season: 'I did a bad job' (1:01)
Kyrie shuts down free-agency question (0:23)

Tim Bontemps ESPN 

Al Horford: "We just couldn't get over the hump. ... Sometimes, things just don't go your way. ... It just didn't work out, and at the end of the day, you have to give Milwaukee credit. They were the better team than us. That's the reality."

Tim Bontemps ESPN 

Brad Stevens: "I've been a coach for 12 years and we let go of the rope, and cracked the rope, probably more than we should have. As far as any year I've been a coach, it's been the most trying ... I did a bad job. I'll do a lot of deep dives into how to be better."

Tim Bontemps ESPN 

After three quarters here in Milwaukee, it's Bucks 80, Celtics 62. Boston is shooting an unfathomable 19-for-71 (26.8 percent) from the field. Kyrie Irving is now 24-81 over the past 15 quarters. Boston is 12 minutes from Cancun.

Tim Bontemps ESPN 

Still shooting in the 20's (now 26.5%), Boston now trails by 16 late in the third. There is enough time to come back, but hard to see the Celtics making enough shots. Meanwhile, Kyrie Irving has only taken two shots in the third, and missed both. He's 5-for-18.

Team Stats

Points Per Game112.414th
Rebounds Per Game44.522nd
Assists Per Game26.35th
Points Allowed108.08th

Team History

YEARWLPCT
2018-194933.598
2017-185527.671
2016-175329.646
2015-164834.585
2014-154042.488