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Matt Ignal

Matt Ignal

Matt Ignal is the staff writer for The Game Theory Podcast w/ Sam Vecenie and a Roundtable panelist on the Boston Celtics Newsfeed on CLNS Radio.  Subscribe to Celtics Newsfeed on iTunes and Stitcher.

Follow Matt on Twitter @mattignal

Thursday, 30 March 2017 12:56

Isaiah Thomas Claims Celtics 3-Point Record

In this roundtable segment, Zaire, Evan Valenti, and Matt Ignal break down the Celtics loss to the Bucks and reflect on Isaiah Thomas' historic season. Follow us on Twitter: @CLNSRoundtable

In this roundtable podcast, Matt and Jon Ignal alongside Jonathan Levy continue asking Celtics-related questions covering a variety of topics. Use the promo code "CELTSNEWS" on your first SeatGeek purchase for a $20 rebate. Follow us on Twitter: @CLNSRoundtable

In this Game Theory podcast, good friend of the program Jeff Eisenberg stops by to discuss two topics: First, they chat about the Final Four, and start with Gonzaga. Jeff wrote an awesome story over at Yahoo Sports about the road Gonzaga has taken over the last 30 years to get to this Final Four, and they talk about that as well as some other interesting nuggets about the Zags. Second, they chat about Oregon, and about just how they have gotten to this point.  In the second half of the show, Jeff and Sam discuss how they'll be voting for Player of the Year this campaign. Jeff has a Wooden Award vote, and Sam has a Naismith vote, so you can hear how two voters basically went about making their decisions in terms of their vote for player of the year. They also chat briefly about coach of the year, and what factors go into voting the best coach in all of college basketball, an admittedly ridiculous and futile exercise for writers to undertake.  Our sponsors today are MyBookie.ag, where you can get a 50% first time deposit bonus by using the promo code "THEORY", and SeatGeek, where you can get a $20 rebate by using the promo code "GAMETHEORY" in the settings tab. You can follow Sam over at @Sam_Vecenie, and follow Jeff over at @JeffEisenberg.

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In this Roundtable segment, Jonathan Levy along with Matt and Jon Ignal have a Q-and-A session where they discuss a variety of topics following the Celtics victory over the Heat. Use the promo code "CELTSNEWS" on SeatGeek for a $20 rebate, and follow us on Twitter: @CLNSRoundtable

In this Game Theory episode, Sam Vecenie chats with Aaron Torres over at Fox Sports about the Final Four being set, as well as some coaching news. They start with the wild North Carolina win over Kentucky where Luke Maye became the stuff of legends in Chapel Hill. Also, they talk about how Roy Williams has done a great job coaching this team, and how remarkable their development has been throughout the season. Game Theory sponsors today are MyBookie.ag, where you can get a 50% first time deposit bonus by using the promo code "THEORY", and SeatGeek, where you can get a $20 rebate by using the promo code "GAMETHEORY" in the settings tab. You can follow Sam over at @Sam_Vecenie, and follow Aaron over at @Aaron_Torres.

In this Roundtable segment, Evan Valenti alongside Matt and Jon Ignal discuss Paul George trade speculation, Marcus Smart posting up, and the PB&J craze. Follow us on Twitter: @CLNSRoundtable

Thursday, 23 March 2017 05:24

The Most Exciting Matchups in the Sweet 16

In this Game Theory episode, Sam Vecenie chats with good friend of the program Matt Norlander about the Sweet 16. Who wins the Kentucky-UCLA game? What games are most exciting this weekend? The sponsors today are MyBookie, where you can get a 50% first time deposit bonus by using the promo code "THEORY", and SeatGeek, where you can get a $20 rebate by using the promo code "GAMETHEORY" in the settings tab. You can follow Sam over at @Sam_Vecenie, and follow Matt Norlander over at @MattNorlander.

In this Roundtable podcast, Evan Valenti, Eddie Santiago, and Matt Ignal break down the keys to the Celtics HUGE victory over the Wizards and if there is any strategy that can carry over to the playoffs. Use the promo code "CELTSNEWS" on your next SeatGeek purchase for a $20 rebate. Follow us on Twitter: @CLNSRoundtable

In this Game Theory podcast, Sam chats with Reags from over at Barstool about the first weekend of the NCAA Tournament. Sam is a little bit worried that Duke won't be able to come back from its loss to South Carolina in time to make the Final Four, for one. Also, they chat about Villanova getting a tough draw and losing to Wisconsin, the rest of a wild East region that is now wide open, some really bad officiating, bad NBA Draft takes, and a few words on every Sweet 16 team.  GT sponsors today are MyBookie, where you can get a 50% first time deposit bonus by using the promo code "THEORY", and SeatGeek, where you can get a $20 rebate by using the promo code "GAMETHEORY" in the settings tab. You can follow Sam over at @Sam_Vecenie, and follow Reags over at @BarstoolReags. Look out for his new podcast this week with Ben Brust.

College basketball expert Sam Vecenie joins Matt Ignal in this Celtics Roundtable segment to talk about Duke F Jayson Tatum's strengths and weaknesses, his comparables, and more. Also discussed: Dennis Smith and Jonathan Isaac. Follow Sam on Twitter: @Sam_Vecenie Use the promo code CELTSNEWS on your next SeatGeek purchase to save $20.

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