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NBA - Boston Celtics

NBA - Boston Celtics

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Friday, 11 November 2011 19:01

Making My Peace with Delonte West

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Delonte West had fallen out of grace with me after his departure from Boston in 2007. I usually keep a warm, fuzzy place in my heart for former Celtics who've been traded. Danny Ainge always remained a fan favorite with me after he left. The Chief too. Though I've always…
In a week that has seen shocking revelations out of State College (PA), the sports world can really use some good news. Sounds like the NBA players/owners may have reached an agreement and the lockout may end in the next 24-48 hours. Cross your fingers hoops fans! This is a…
Wednesday, 09 November 2011 14:30

The Great Debate Series-Greatest Team of All-Time

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As we continue our seven week series detailing some of the games greatest debates, we encounter one of the more highly debated barbershop topics; the greatest NBA team of all time. Countless teams have tossed their hats in the ring, many more felt they should have been considered among the…
Wednesday, 09 November 2011 12:32

Celtic Legend Ed Macauley Passes Away

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Celtics Legend and a member of one of the first classes of the NBA Hall of Fame, Ed Macauley passed away last night at the age of 83. Macauley unfortunately will be remembered by the vast majority of the public as the man who was traded away for Bill Russell's…
ESPN is reporting that the NBAPA have rejected the ultimatum-laced deal from NBA Commisioner David Stern today. Stern proposed a deal last week that offered a 51/49% Split where the players were seeking a 52/48% Split. Stern essentially told the players that if rejected, this deal would never arise again…
Tuesday, 08 November 2011 16:37

Rajon Rondo Gives Update on Elbow, Analysis on JuJuan

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After suffering a horrifying injury in the Eastern Conference Semifinals against the Miami Heat, (which I still believe was a completely dirty play by the leagues sneakiest dirty player) the lockout couldn't have come at a better time for Celtics starting Point Guard Rajon Rondo. Rondo has spent the entire…
Sunday, 06 November 2011 09:57

2012 NBA season will be decided in four days

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According to the New York Times the NBA owners and players association have been given until Wednesday, November 9th, to come to an agreement before the entire season is cancelled. The owners are playing a hard line and not looking to budge off their 50/50 split. Commissioner David Stern offered…
Thursday, 03 November 2011 20:27

NBA Veteran Donyell Marshall joins the Red Claws Coaching Staff

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According to a press release from the Maine Red Claws, 15 year NBA veteran has joined their staff as an Assistant Coach. The Maine Red Claws, presented by Quirk Chevrolet, today announced that 15-year NBA veteran Donyell Marshall has been named the team’s assistant coach under Head Coach Dave Leitao.…
Wednesday, 02 November 2011 18:21

The Great Debates Series Part I Phil Jackson vs. Red Auerbach

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  Basketball, more than any other sport give us the opportunity to engage in timeless debates. Because of the complex nature of statistical record keeping in basketball, the statistics usually are not a true tale of one team or players performance on any given night. Unlike baseball where the home…
Monday, 31 October 2011 21:36

Hitting The Links:Your Basketball Stories of the Day

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Here are some stories of interest from the weekend and my brief input on each story.   Phil Jackson-"The Bulls Overachieved" via ESPN Chicago Phil Jackson does pretty much the only thing he knows how to do these days, run his mouth to the media and bash someone. Is it…
Monday, 31 October 2011 21:20

Shaq and Kobe Issues Exposed

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In his book, Shaq: Uncut; written by Boston's own Jackie MacMullan, which is set to be released November 15th, Shaq reportedly touches upon every aspect of his life. MacMullan previously wrote the tremendously successful book "When the Game was Ours" detailing the rivalry between Larry Bird and Magic Johnson. This…
As predicted, the last round in the negotiations between the NBA and the players’ union resulted in another deadlock. As a result, David Stern canceled all the games through November. This development means that it is now mostly impossible to have a full NBA season. This represents the turning point…
Friday, 28 October 2011 18:17

More Cancellations to Come Despite Promising Reports

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Throughout the past two days, reports have been trickling in that seem to provide some hope for fans of the NBA that the lockout may soon be ending. A Probasketballtalk.com report informed fans that employees of the Nets and Sixers have been instructed to be ready to get back to…
Thursday, 27 October 2011 01:00

The Black Cloud of Sports and Its Best Hope for Change

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There is a black cloud hanging over the NBA, and all professional sports in America today. No, it’s not the ugly situation going on in New York with the NBA lockout, not the rash of head injuries in sports today, heck this issue is even bigger than any cheating scandal…
Tuesday, 25 October 2011 18:03

Avery Bradley to be Cut

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Celtics 2nd year point guard, Avery Bradley, who has recently been playing overseas in Israel is reportedly set to be cut from his squad in the coming days. Bradley is listed on an Israeli basketball statistics website as playing in only one game for Hapoel and scoring only seven points.…
Day by day the threat that the NBA season will not resume in 2011 gets more and more real. Even with mediator George Cohen stepping in to attempt to achieve a resolution, it seems games will be cancelled through November at least. Former players from other sports are even putting…
Monday, 24 October 2011 17:31

New Celtics Continue To Play

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It seems that one Celtic who has been working non-stop throughout the summer has been Jeff Green. Green seems to be at every event that he is able to participate in, which should give Celtics fans some hope that he will improve upon his play from last seasons Playoffs. Green…
[caption id="attachment_21825" align="aligncenter" width="620" caption="The Adams Family?"][/caption] Rajon Rondo continues to work out, Jeff Green is playing in a pick-up league. Kevin Garnett and Paul Pierce are involved in resolving the lockout while preparing to play in an inter-national lockout league. And, Big Baby...well who knows where Glen is? Yes...…
Sunday, 23 October 2011 14:28

Rondo Praised for Offseason Work

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Haven't we heard this before when Rondo was supposedly improving his jumper with Mark Price during the offseason? Well apparently Rondo continues to be an off-season workout warrior and is making the most of his free time during the NBA Lockout (unlike Glen "Big Baby" Davis) in the eyes of…
Thursday, 20 October 2011 08:06

American taxpayers paying the price of the NBA Lockout

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It was only a matter of time that the fall-out from the NBA strike would affect every-day Americans, not watching or playing the games on the hardwood. The NBA has brought in a federal mediator (George Cohen) to aid in the mending of sides between the owners and the PA.…