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Jared Weiss

Jared Weiss

Jared Weiss is the Celtics Locker Room Reporter and Host of The Garden Report: Celtics Post Game Show on Celtics Blog and CLNS Radio. J Weiss hosts The Block Party on Thursday nights at 8 PM and enjoys long walks on the beach while watching Rajon Rondo game footage. You can reach J Weiss at JWeiss@clnsradio.com and @CLNS_JaredWeiss.

The Boston Celtics kick off the post-Rondo era with a 114-98 victory over the Minnesota Timberwolves. The Garden Report breaks down the C's performance sans their former All-Star point guard, and discuss what the future may hold for this young captain-less team.

BOSTON – Yet another era has ended for the Boston Celtics, as Rajon Rondo is heading to the Dallas Mavericks

Kelly Olynyk continued to bust his slump, as his 15 points helped key a fourth quarter blowout that gave the Celtics their second striaght win.

Jeff Green's 28 points couldn't get the Celtics over the top as they fell to the New York Nicks 101-95, snapping the Knicks' 10-game losing streak.

Brad Stevens met with the media Friday evening before facing the New York Knicks to discuss James Young's injured shoulder and Jeff Green's strong season. James Young also spoke about his injury and his timetable for recovery.

It was another near heartbreaker, but the Celtics just pulled it out. They beat the Wizards 101-93 Sunday in another return game for Paul Pierce.

Paul Pierce made his third regular season return to face the Celtics. He spoke about how it feels to be in Boston and developing a new culture in Washington.

Tyler Zeller and Rajon Rondo led the Boston Celtics to a blowout win over Kobe Bryant and the Los Angeles Lakers.

Kelly Olynyk's reawakening was key to an overtime victory for the Celtics.

 

Marcus Smart spoke before making his return to the floor Wednesday night to face Stan Van Gundy's Pistons.

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