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Adam Himmelsbach

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  • theScore
  • The Courier-Journal
  • NBC Charlotte
  • Indianapolis Star

Recent articles by Adam:

With a handful of regulars sidelined, Celtics close preseason with a loss to the Heat

Boston led by as many as 12 points in the first half but was outscored, 62-45, after the break. → Read More

Celtics waive guard Ryan Arcidiacono and forward Juwan Morgan

Both players are planning to join Boston’s G League team, the Maine Celtics. → Read More

Garrison Mathews is fighting for one of the Celtics’ final two roster spots

Facing some tough competition, Mathews remains positive and focused. → Read More

Aaron Nesmith scores 23 points to lead the Celtics, who fall to the Magic on Jeff Dowtin’s shot in the final seconds

Jayson Tatum, Marcus Smart, Josh Richardson and Dennis Schroder all sat out to rest. → Read More

Al Horford’s status for Celtics season opener still uncertain, but Jaylen Brown should be back

Coach Ime Udoka gave a status update on both players who tested positive for COVID-19. → Read More

Celtics have two preseason games left, and two undecided roster spots

Coach Ime Udoka will use the upcoming trip to Orlando and Miami to continue experimenting with rotations and groupings. → Read More

Celtics’ Al Horford tests positive for COVID-19

That's two positive tests in a week for the Celtics. → Read More

Celtics’ Jaylen Brown will miss rest of exhibition season as he quarantines for 10 days

Brown tested positive for COVID-19 Friday. → Read More

New Celtics assistant coach Aaron Miles ready to work with Jayson Tatum

Miles knew about Tatum's abilities as a scorer, and has been impressed by the forward’s skills as a playmaker, too. → Read More

The Celtics are fighting with each other in training camp. Here’s why that’s great news.

“For my whole life I’ve known the guys you get in a fight with normally come out on the other end closer," new Celtic Josh Richardson said. "I think it’s good for us and good for our growth.” → Read More

Bulked-up Jayson Tatum showing off his physicality in Celtics preseason

Tatum seems to have put on a little muscle in the offseason and put it to good use against the Magic on Monday. → Read More

Celtics deliver first-year coach Ime Udoka a come-from-behind preseason win vs. Magic

Jaylen Brown led the way for the Celtics with a team-high 25 points in the debut of first-year coach Ime Udoka. → Read More

In New England, Tom Brady was private, calculated, and guarded. In Tampa, he’s letting his hair down

He's in a T-shirt throwing the Lombardi Trophy. He's shilling for Subway even though he doesn't eat bread. The seven-time champ is an everyman now that he's not under the watchful eye of Bill Belichick. → Read More

Udoka absorbing Boston sports culture as newest member of coaching fraternity

Udoka is living in the downtown area and he’s noticed the buzz of a Red Sox gameday. → Read More

Celtics want their new coach, Ime Udoka, to push them, to coach them hard

Udoka said the players who called on him to do that were mostly the ones who knew him already. → Read More

Celtics’ Al Horford says ‘it feels like I never left’ Boston

Horford is excited about the possibilities as he reunites with ex-teammates such as Jayson Tatum, Jaylen Brown, Marcus Smart, and Robert Williams. → Read More

It’s Celtics media day. Here’s what they have to say about the upcoming season

Learn what Marcus Smart thinks of his contract extension, and what Juancho Hernangomez learned after being traded twice this summer. → Read More

As Bill Russell enters Hall of Fame as a coach, some former players share their memories of him

Russell was described as intensely competitive and someone who enjoyed serving as a mentor, particularly away from the court. → Read More

Celtics to trade guards Kris Dunn, Carsen Edwards to Grizzlies for forward Juancho Hernangomez

Hernangomez, 25, is entering the second season of a three-year, $21 million contract, but the final season is non-guaranteed, as Boston continues to focus on maintaining future roster flexibility. → Read More

Celtics to open against Knicks Oct. 20, will face the Bucks on Christmas

Both games will be on the road, with the matchup against the defending champs one of five games on the biggest day of the NBA's regular-season calendar. → Read More