C's are radio free agents

August, 20, 2013
8/20/13
4:25
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The Boston Celtics are in search of their next radio partner after Entercom Communications announced Tuesday that it's WEEI will no longer broadcast the team's games.

From Entercom vice president/market manager Jeff Brown (via Boston.com):
WEEI has had an incredible run with the Boston Celtics, from being a part of their 17th championship banner to the end of the Big 3 era. Unfortunately we were unable to come to terms on a new contract moving forward. We thank the entire Celtics organization for our tremendous time together and wish them the best of luck in the future.

The moves temporarily leaves the Celtics without a radio home. Exhibition play for the 2013-14 season opens on Oct. 7 when the Celtics host Toronto.

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