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Tickets to the Miami Heat Vs. Boston Celtics

 


Miami Heat Vs. Boston Celtics American Airlines Arena
Miami, FL Wednesday
1/21/2009
7:30 PM

Miami Heat Vs. Boston Celtics American Airlines Arena
Miami, FL Wednesday
3/11/2009
7:30 PM

Boston Celtics Vs. Miami Heat TD Banknorth Garden (Fleet Center)
Boston, MA Wednesday
3/18/2009
7:00 PM

Boston Celtics Vs. Miami Heat TD Banknorth Garden (Fleet Center)
Boston, MA Friday
4/10/2009
7:30 PM

 

Did You Know?

The Boston Celtics are a professional basketball team based in Boston, Massachusetts. They play in the National Basketball Association (NBA). Their 16 NBA championships are the most of any NBA franchise.

During the 2006 season, Ainge traded Davis, Blount, Banks, Justin Reed, and two conditional second-round draft picks to the Minnesota Timberwolves for forward Wally Szczerbiak, centers Michael Olowokandi and Dwayne Jones, and a first-round pick. The team's direction is still skeptical. However, Ainge has stated more than once that he is committed to continuing the rebuilding process under team captain Paul Pierce, who played some of the best basketball of his career in 2006. The Celtics missed the 2006 playoffs with a 33-49 record.

The Boston Celtics contined to rebuild on the night of the 2006 NBA Draft. Danny Ainge traded the rights to the seventh overall pick Randy Foye, Dan Dickau and Raef LaFrentz to the Portland Trail Blazers in for Sebastian Telfair, Theo Ratliff, and a future second round pick. A subsequent trade with the Philadelphia 76ers for Allen Iverson was reported as a potential move beneficial to each team, although such a trade never eventuated.

As of 2006 the Celtics have never lost the seventh game of the NBA Finals. They are a perfect 7-0 in these games, winning in 1957, 1960, 1962, 1966, 1969, 1974, and 1984.