The Celtics Are Green With Playoff Hopes
Boston Celtics Playoffs
The Boston Celtics, a recurring playoff character in the play that is called the NBA Playoffs, will be there once again this year. Currently sitting with a 36-29 record and tied with the Chicago Bulls and Atlanta Hawks for the fifth seed in the Eastern Conference, the Celtics look toward a playoff schedule without point guard Rajon Rondo, who is out for the season due to injury. The do still have veterans Paul Pierce and Kevin Garnett leading the way, who honestly surprise me with how good they still are night in and night out, even with the number of years in the NBA they have combined between them.
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The Celtics boast a strong supporting cast that has stepped up with the loss of Rondo – a cast that includes Jeff Green, Avery Bradley, Jason Terry and Brandon Bass.
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The Celtics have games remaining against the Miami Heat, Memphis Grizzlies, New York Knicks, Brooklyn Nets and Indiana Pacers.
Boston CelticsTicket Prices
Here is a look at the average ticket prices for Boston Celtics home and road games for the remainder of the 2012-2013 season. For the best deals on all Boston Celtics tickets, you can find the best deals right here at SeatGeek.
|City||State||Venue Name||Date||Avg. Price|
|New Orleans||LA||New Orleans Arena||3/20/2013||$56.03|
|Dallas||TX||American Airlines Center||3/22/2013||$96.17|
|Cleveland||OH||Quicken Loans Arena||3/27/2013||$92.70|
|New York||NY||Madison Square Garden||3/31/2013||$251.97|
|Miami||FL||American Airlines Arena||4/12/2013||$201.93|
|Toronto||ON||Air Canada Centre||4/17/2013||$63.90|