Tickets to the Boston Celtics


EventDateCity and Venue
Detroit Pistons vs. Boston Celtics Fri. February 23, 2018
Detroit, MI - Little Caesars Arena
New York Knicks vs. Boston Celtics Sat. February 24, 2018
New York, NY - Madison Square Garden
Boston Celtics vs. Memphis Grizzlies Mon. February 26, 2018
Boston, MA - TD Garden
Boston Celtics vs. Charlotte Hornets Wed. February 28, 2018
Boston, MA - TD Garden
Houston Rockets vs. Boston Celtics Sat. March 3, 2018
Houston, TX - Toyota Center - TX
Chicago Bulls vs. Boston Celtics Mon. March 5, 2018
Chicago, IL - United Center
Minnesota Timberwolves vs. Boston Celtics Thu. March 8, 2018
Minneapolis, MN - Target Center
Boston Celtics vs. Indiana Pacers Sun. March 11, 2018
Boston, MA - TD Garden
Boston Celtics vs. Washington Wizards Wed. March 14, 2018
Boston, MA - TD Garden
Orlando Magic vs. Boston Celtics Fri. March 16, 2018
Orlando, FL - Amway Center
New Orleans Pelicans vs. Boston Celtics Sun. March 18, 2018
New Orleans, LA - Smoothie King Center
Boston Celtics vs. Oklahoma City Thunder Tue. March 20, 2018
Boston, MA - TD Garden
Portland Trail Blazers vs. Boston Celtics Fri. March 23, 2018
Portland, OR - Moda Center at the Rose Quarter
Sacramento Kings vs. Boston Celtics Sun. March 25, 2018
Sacramento, CA - Golden 1 Center
Phoenix Suns vs. Boston Celtics Mon. March 26, 2018
Phoenix, AZ - Talking Stick Resort Arena
Utah Jazz vs. Boston Celtics Wed. March 28, 2018
Salt Lake City, UT - Vivint Smart Home Arena
Boston Celtics vs. Toronto Raptors Sat. March 31, 2018
Boston, MA - TD Garden
Milwaukee Bucks vs. Boston Celtics Tue. April 3, 2018
Milwaukee, WI - BMO Harris Bradley Center
Toronto Raptors vs. Boston Celtics Wed. April 4, 2018
Toronto, ON - Air Canada Centre
Boston Celtics vs. Chicago Bulls Fri. April 6, 2018
Boston, MA - TD Garden
Boston Celtics vs. Atlanta Hawks Sun. April 8, 2018
Boston, MA - TD Garden
Washington Wizards vs. Boston Celtics Tue. April 10, 2018
Washington, DC - Capital One Arena
Boston Celtics vs. Brooklyn Nets Wed. April 11, 2018
Boston, MA - TD Garden
NBA Eastern Conference First Round: Boston Celtics vs. TBD - Home Game 1 (Date: TBD - If Necessary) Sat. April 14, 2018
Boston, MA - TD Garden
NBA Eastern Conference First Round: Boston Celtics vs. TBD - Home Game 2 (Date: TBD - If Necessary) Mon. April 16, 2018
Boston, MA - TD Garden

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About The Boston Celtics

From the late-1950's through the late-1980's the Boston Celtics were either winning championships or playing a major role in the post season. This mind-boggling era of supremacy may have been even longer had it not been for two tragedies. In 1986, with an aging, but still competitive team, the Celtics drafted Maryland standout Len Bias. Slated to be the team's next superstar, Bias died 48 hours after being drafted after he tried cocaine for the first time. In 1993, another burgeoning superstar, Reggie Lewis, died of a heart attacked while working out in the offseason. He was just 27.

After Lewis' death, the team went from a perennial contender to a perennial lottery team. Between 1996 and 2007, the Celtics reached the playoffs just four times. Then, in the 2007 off-season, the Celtics acquired Kevin Garnett and Ray Allen to play alongside Paul Pierce. That season those three superstars led the Celtics to the NBA Finals. In the Finals, the C's defeated their hated rivals, the Los Angeles Lakers, 4-2 to claim their 17th World Championship.

The Celtics play in the Atlantic Division of the NBA's Eastern Conference and they call TD Garden home. This history making franchise was founded in 1946. In 1950, they became the first NBA franchise to draft a black player, Chuck Cooper. In 1964, the Celtics were the first NBA team to have an all African American starting five. In 1967, the Celtics made player-coach Bill Russell the first black coach in league history.

The Celtics dominated the NBA between 1957 and 1969. In those 13 seasons the team won 11 championships. During this era, the C's were led by legendary coach Red Auerbach and featured hall of famers Bill Russell, Bob Cousy, Sam Jones, K.C. Jones, and Tommy Hensohn. Other greats that have worn Celtic green include Dave Cowens, John Havlicek, Larry Bird, Robert Parish, and Kevin McHale. Cousy, Russell, Cowens, and Bird have combined to win 10 MVP awards.

The Celtics have fierce rivalries with the New York Knicks and the Philadelphia 76'ers. However, their arch nemesis is the Los Angeles Lakers. As of 2010, those two great professional basketball franchises have faced each other in the NBA Finals 11 times.