The Boston Celtics were formed in 1946, and are currently one of thirty teams that form the National Basketball Association. One thing separates the Celtics from the rest of the league though, as they boast the most championships in league history with 17. The franchise plays in the Atlantic Division of the Eastern Conference, along with the New York Knicks, New Jersey Nets, Philadelphia 76ers and Toronto Raptors. Each of their home games are played at TD Banknorth Garden in Boston, which opened in 1995.
Of their 17 NBA Championships, their latest came in 2008 when they defeated the Los Angeles Lakers in the NBA Finals. The series marked the return of a classic rivalry, and quickly sparked the interest of the fans of both squads. Ticket prices skyrocketed to huge levels on the secondary market, as fans proved willing to spend thousands to see the historic match-up. If these two meet again in the Finals, ticket prices will once again be huge. As of 2008, the Celtics and Lakers have met 11 times in the NBA Finals with the Celtics winning nine of the series.
Conference finals are in full swing in both the NHL and NBA, where the final four teams look to stake a claim at early June championship runs. On the hardwood, all eyes are on King James and the Cleveland Cavaliers, who lead their Eastern Conference showdown with top-seeded Boston... Read more
As someone who loves nothing more than a good storyline to drive media coverage and television ratings, National Basketball Association commissioner David Stern had to have been happy to see Ray Allen jump from the Boston Celtics to the Miami Heat. Celtics fans, of course, feel a little differently,... Read more
With the NBA Eastern Conference Finals heating up, basketball fans helped push the TD Garden in Boston, MA, into the No. 1 position this week in TicketNews’ exclusive venues rankings. The Garden is home to the Boston Celtics, who are currently battling the Miami Heat for the right to... Read more
At first glance, the storyline in the Eastern Conference Finals matchup between the Miami Heat and Boston Celtics is similar to the one in the Western Conference, where the San Antonio Spurs are battling the Oklahoma City Thunder. Like the wizened Spurs trying to fend off the upstart Thunder,... Read more
As expected, Boston and Philadelphia will meet in the postseason this year. But the sport in which the two cities will do battle is a surprise. While baseball’s Red Sox and Phillies (each touted as World Series contenders prior to the season) continue to languish at or near the... Read more
TicketNews has released its exclusive venues rankings for the week ending Sunday, May 8, and NHL and NBA playoff action brought the TD Garden (Fleet Center) in Boston, MA, to No. 1 in the rankings. Up from last week’s No. 2 and power scoring a 2.78, the Garden hosted... Read more
Tickets on the secondary market for Game 7 of the NBA Finals in Los Angeles tonight, June 17, between the Boston Celtics and the Lakers are fetching a pretty penny, but surprisingly are not among the three highest sports tickets of the year so far. Tickets to see the... Read more
TicketNews has released its exclusive venues rankings for the week ending Sunday, May 9, and Boston’s TD Garden took the number one spot for the week. The Garden is home to the Boston Celtics, which are in Eastern Conference semifinals against the Cleveland Cavaliers in a series tied 2-2.... Read more
TicketNews has released its exclusive venues rankings for the week ending Sunday, March 28, and TD Garden in Boston, MA, has taken the number one spot this week. Power scoring an impressive 3.13, the Garden is home to the Boston Celtics, who have clinched the Atlantic Division title, and... Read more
PRESS RELEASE: “ACE TICKET SLAM DUNKS MAJOR DEAL WITH THE HOME FOR BOSTON CELTICS BASKETBALL, COMCAST SPORTSNET” Boston, MA (Ace Ticket) October 27, 2009 – Comcast SportsNet and Ace Ticket announced today that the regional sports network will host its Celtics Pre-Game Live and Celtics Post Game Live studio... Read more