Former Butler coach current Celtics head Coach Brad Stevens had between ten games on a recent road trips even stopped at Indianapolis on his tail off. Checking out his former player of other
After 6 years coaching at Butler University, hear what new Celtics head coach Brad Stevens has to say about making the jump from college to the NBA.
Butler coach Brad Stevens says Bucknell is a very dangerous team.
of some of the good things going on in-house, coach Brad Stevens said prior to Saturday's game at Cleveland ..... on, so they can get better in those areas," Stevens said. Stevens is in his first season as an NBA coach and you
PF, Arizona. One thing Boston coach Brad Stevens has brought with him from his college ..... There are two guys in this draft Stevens should fall in love with: Gordon ..... Yep. But a total winner who Brad Stevens would fall in love with and a natural leader who could take
shooting threes. He needs only to get a bit stronger. 6. Boston Celtics: Aaron Gordon, PF, Arizona. Boston coach Brad Stevens , who always valued college players who did the little things, should fall in love with two players in this draft
points and 10 assists while Brandon Bass also scored 18. Coach Brad Stevens ' squad found itself down 10 points early in the fourth ..... fourth, changed the complexion of the entire game," Stevens told the team's website. Jared Sullinger, who leads
point game, it's a 13- or 12-point game,'' coach Brad Stevens said. ''We have seen that time and again in this league that those leads go quick.'' Stevens ' squad also lost its 12th straight road game - one
from the floor, going 4 of 22 from 3-point range. "That 11-point lead was gone in a heartbeat," Celtics coach Brad Stevens said. "We've got to be able to respond to adversity better." Rondo, who didn't face the Kings earlier this
When Avery Bradley started going off, we just accepted trading baskets instead of really getting stops," said coach Brad Stevens , whose team was outscored 62-30 in the paint. Rajon Rondo has recorded a 72-10 assist-to-turnover ratio