Cedric Maxwell


Your Morning Dump… Where Cedric Maxwell makes the case for a Celtics coach of color

Every morning, we compile the links of the day and dump them here… highlighting the big story line. Because there’s nothing quite as satisfying as a good morning dump. Maxwell believes the most important job for the next coach will be connecting with the Celtics’ younger players. He thinks the team would benefit from hiring a person of color with NBA playing experience to coach.
Picture for Your Morning Dump… Where Cedric Maxwell makes the case for a Celtics coach of color

CavsHQ - Chatting with Cedric Maxwell

Tim Alcorn and Jim Chones chat with Celtics great and current color commentator, Cedric "Cornbread" Maxwell. They talk about the moves Boston made in their front office earlier this week, the NBA playoffs, and look back at his time in the League. Tim and Jim also react to Koby Altman's press conference.
Picture for CavsHQ - Chatting with Cedric Maxwell

Cedric Maxwell: C's should pursue these two players this summer

It's clear the Boston Celtics need to make some changes this summer after a disappointing 2020-21 season. They finished seventh in the Eastern Conference standings with a 36-36 record and have been overmatched in their first-round playoff series vs. the Brooklyn Nets. Despite having a talented trio of Jayson Tatum, Jaylen Brown and Kemba Walker, the Celtics might have to shake up their roster before next season tips off.

Cedric Maxwell shared why he’s proud of the Celtics for working to combat racial injustice

Cedric Maxwell is grateful for the way Marcus Smart, Jayson Tatum, Jaylen Brown, and the rest of the Celtics are actively working to combat racial injustice. “The torch has been passed, and they’re carrying it on,” Maxwell said. “I think the players now understand, and they feel like they have a responsibility. I absolutely love that, watching these guys grow in that way.”