The 2018 Boston Celtics playoff schedule is here and they will be facing the Cleveland Cavaliers in the Eastern Conference Finals. If they can make it past the third round they will face either the Houston Rockets or Golden State Warriors in the NBA Finals.
The Celtics average ticket price for regular season NBA games has fluctuated over the last six season. The largest decrease came during the 2013-2014 season with a decrease of 38% moving from a $58 average ticket price to a $36 average price. Average Boston Celtics ticket prices bottomed out significantly between 2011-2016, hitting a ticket price of $36 in 2013-2014 and increasing consistently in the following years. The average ticket price for the Celtics regular season NBA tickets for 2016-2017 is currently at $70, the highest ticket price within the last 5 years.
(Data updated 10/28/2016)
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2018 Celtics Season Preview
Easily the biggest news over the offseason (although it’s not over yet) is the Kyrie trade. One of the most electric players on the planet will suit up for the Celtics’ green and white. Last year Irving averaged 25.2 points, 5.8 assists, and 3.2 boards per game. He shot a remarkable 47.3 percent from the field and there are few as acrobatic as Irving around the Boston rim. Most expect those numbers to pop up a bit as he will be looked upon to carry the Boston Celtics as opposed to playing second fiddle to King James in Cleveland. Gordon Hayward will join Mr. Irving, and while not LeBron, it will be a powerful one-two punch. Al Horford is a quality player and line-ups with Marcus Smart and Jaylen Brown will be physical and difficult to handle. A glaring weakness is only four members of last year’s team return, so chemistry to begin with could be an issue for Boston. Horford and fellow big man Aron Baynes are not that big (6-foot-10) so rebounding will also be something to keep an eye on. The Celtics are still picked to finish first in the Atlantic Division and second in the conference. This is much watch theatre when they face Cleveland. Whether you are planning on cheering on the Boston Celtics at TD Garden or supporting the Celtics on the road, TicketCity has some of the best deals for all 2017-2018 Boston tickets, including home and away games.
Boston Celtics Basketball at TD Garden Address: 100 Legends Way, Boston, Massachusetts, 02114
The Celtics play their home games at the TD Garden located in Boston, Massachusetts. When filled to capacity, TD Garden holds more than 18 thousand screaming Celtic fans. Located within TD Garden is The Sports Museum, which features exhibits remembering every aspect of Boston's rich sports history. The Boston Celtics home bench at the TD Garden is in front of parts of section 1 and 22. TD Garden parking information is covered in our Celtics event guide.
As one of the more legendary rivalries in all of sports, these two teams have combined to meet in the NBA Finals 11+ times, with the Celtics winning the majority of the matchups. Legends in the game of basketball have played in this rivalry which only adds to the historic significance when these two teams meet. With over 32 NBA championships, this rivalry is hard to top.
Celtics vs. 76ers
This rivalry dates back to the 1960s and the stakes are often at its highest when these two teams meet. With over 18 playoff series meetings, the most in NBA history, it is only natural for these two teams to be heated rivals. That number will only continue to rise in the years to come for a rivalry that has had NBA legends such as Julius Erving and Larry Bird participate in.
No matter the sport, Boston and New York will be a heated and bitter rivalry. This matchup is no different. With over 400 regular season meetings and another 60+ playoff matchups, this rivalry has seen it all. These two teams met three times in the 70s for the right to play in the NBA Finals and with multiple other playoff matchups over the years, the intensity level has shown no signs of slowing down.
Celtics in the NBA Finals, Eastern Conference Championships and NBA Playoffs
The Celtics have established themselves as one of the premier franchises in all of sports since their existence in 1946. In their 60+ years, the Celtics have over 15 NBA championships and have won an Eastern Conference championship 20+ times. The success continues with more than 20 division titles and over 20 numbers retired.
Boston Celtics News - 11/17/2017
Coming off a big offseason in which they signed top free agent Gordon Hayward and traded for former NBA Finals hero Kyrie Irving, the Celtics are looking to overtake the Cleveland Cavaliers in the Eastern Conference. Hayward, however, was lost for the season just minutes into their opening game, so it’s up to Irving to prove he is a leader. Young players such Jaylen Brown and Jayson Tatum will be counted on to step up in Hayward’s absence.