Brad Stevens

Brad Stevens finishes in 6th place in NBA Executive of the Year voting

Brad Stevens in his first season as President of Basketball Operations for the Boston Celtics finsished in a respectable 6th place in NBA Executive of the Year voting. For some odd reason, in contrast to the other awards where the media votes, this award is decided by fellow executives. I suppose either way its a popularity contest. The Memphis Grizzlies' Zach Kleiman is the winner of the 2002 award.
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Brad Stevens Finishes Sixth for Executive of the Year Award

Stevens' most notable moves start with hiring Ime Udoka, who finished fourth for Coach of the Year. Udoka also earned Coach of the Month honors on multiple occasions, making history within a franchise that had three people who previously held the position named to the list of the 15 Greatest Coaches in NBA History, primarily for their work with the Celtics. That list, by the way, does not include Hall of Fame coach Tommy Heinsohn.
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Former Celtics coach Brad Stevens making all the right moves in first season in the front office

Less than one year ago, Brad Stevens was leading the Celtics into the postseason for the seventh time in his eight seasons as their head coach. After a Play-In victory, Boston's brief playoff appearance ended in five games, with Stevens shocking the basketball world by stepping down as head coach only to replace Danny Ainge as the franchise's president of basketball operations.

Marcus Smart Injury: Brad Stevens Provides Update On Celtics Guard For Game 3

Marcus Smart missed the Celtics’ dominating Game 2 win over the Bucks on Tuesday night with a right thigh contusion. Could he return for Game 3?. That’s still up in the air, but Celtics president of basketball operations Brad Stevens provided an update on the guard Thursday morning during his weekly appearance on 98.5 The Sports Hub’s “Toucher & Rich.”

Look: Video Of Brad Stevens Is Going Viral On Sunday

Brad Stevens saw enough from his Celtics on Sunday against the Bucks. Right after Milwaukee extended its lead to 17 over Boston, Stevens was seen leaving his press box. He figured the result had been decided at that point. Stevens is currently the Celtics’ president of basketball operations after coaching...

Brad Stevens Becomes the Imma Head Out Meme

Giannis Antetokounmpo reminded everyone that he is the best player in basketball and the Milwaukee Bucks served notice that the NBA title still goes through its defending champions by beating up on the Boston Celtics to take a 1-0 series advantage in the Eastern Conference semifinals. The Bucks rode a triple-double from Antetokounmpo, who at times looked like Wilt Chamberlain dunking on a bunch of players who had second jobs and no chance at stopping him.