Boston Celtics is an American professional basketball team based in Boston which was founded on June 6, 1946, and the team was founded by Walter A Brown.
As a member of the Eastern Conference Atlantic Division, Boston Celtics compete in the Basket National Association.
Meet Brad Stevens – General Manager of Boston Celtics
Bradley Kent Stevens is an American basketball executive and former professional coach. He is the president of basketball operations for the Boston Celtics.
Born and raised in Zionsville, Indiana, Stevens starred on the Zionsville Community High School basketball team, setting four school records.
In 2010, his third year as head coach, Stevens broke the NCAA record for most wins in a coach’s first three years, exceeding the previous record by eight wins.
In the NCAA Tournament, Stevens coached Butler to the first Final Four in school history, while also becoming the second-youngest head coach to make an NCAA National Championship game, losing 61–59 to Duke.
On July 3, 2013, Stevens was signed as the head coach for the Boston Celtics to coach in the NBA.
In April 2015, in his second season as head coach, Stevens led the Celtics to the 2015 playoffs as the seventh seed in the Eastern Conference with a 40–42 record.
On April 21, 2015, it was announced that Stevens finished fourth in voting for the NBA’s Coach of the Year Award.