Brad Stevens said on Sunday that he has still not decided on a starting lineup for the Celtics.
Brad Stevens said that he's been thinking about the Celtics' rotations for the past two months, and he'd like to have the initial one finalized by Boston’s first preseason game on October 6.
Brad Stevens, who recently said he didn't want to have more than a 10-man rotation, said Tuesday he still doesn't know his starting lineup.
Brad Stevens said he would have no problem using a 10-man rotation due to the Celtics depth.
Clippers head coach Doc Rivers said it was evident to him that Celtics players respect head coach Brad Stevens.
Coach Brad Stevens said he's "interested to see" the Celtics using bigger lineups next season.
Brad Stevens said he used tape review in order to improve the Celtics in late-game situations.
Brad Stevens suggested that the Celtics will prioritize rebounding and shooting as they prepare for the 2015 draft.
Celtics president Danny Ainge said head coach Brad Stevens is in the top echelon of coaches.
Celtics' head coach Brad Stevens said that there will be no change to Boston's starting lineup for Thursday's Game 3 against Cleveland.
Brad Stevens said that he'll go with his regular rotations for Tuesday's game vs. the Raptors, but he hinted that he may rest some guys Wednesday vs. the Bucks.
Brad Stevens shot down rumors that he might be interested in the University of Texas' opening for head coach of Men's Basketball by saying he's committed to the Celtics.
Brad Stevens hinted that he may be making a change to the starting lineup for Tuesday's game against the Knicks.
Coach Brad Stevens hinted that he may tweak his starting lineup for Thursday's game against Portland.