Kristaps Porzingis helped the Boston Celtics make NBA history with his Player of the Week

April 10, 2024

It is not every week that you tend to find star Boston Celtics big man Kristaps Porzingis helping the Celtics to make NBA history. But it did happen this week, as the Latvian center was awarded the NBA’s Eastern Conference Player of the Week honors for the penultimate week of the 2023-24 NBA regular season calendar.The fourth such honor of KP’s career in the league and his first with Boston, it was also the fourth such honor for a Celtics player (with Jayson Tatum, Jaylen Brown, and Derrick White getting the nod before Porzingis) this season, the most ever for one team in one season.The hosts of the CLNS Media “How Bout Them Celtics!” podcast, Jack Simone and Sam LaFrance, took a closer look at the achievement for KP on a recent episode. Check it out below!If you enjoy this pod, check out the “How Bout Them Celtics,” “First to the Floor,” and the many other New England sports podcasts available on the CLNS Media network. Boston at Milwaukee – Celtics sleepwalk to 104-91 loss vs. BucksCeltics’ play foul vs. Bucks, lose 104-91 in tilt with no free throws for BostonCalculating the odds of the Boston Celtics’ first round opponent in the 2024 playoffs (4/9)Boston’s Jordan Walsh helps lead Maine Celtics to 2024 G League FinalsMaine Celtics set to take on Oklahoma City Blue in 2024 G League Playoffs Finals