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Cory Prescott

Cory Prescott

Cory Prescott is the Editor at Large for Boston Celtics coverage on CLNS Radio. 

Cory is a graduate of Susquehanna University, graduating with a degree in Communications - Journalism.  While at Susquehanna, Cory spent three years as the sports editor for the school's weekly newspaper.  He also worked for the Crusaders Athletics Communications Department.

Following graduation, Cory spent time writing for the Maine Hockey Journal, as well as Boston Sports Then & Now, in addition to his own blog, Brain Freeze.

A native Mainer, Cory has been residing in Boston for the past few years.

Follow Cory on twitter @CLNS_Prescott.

Boston Celtics def. Philadelphia 76ers 116-108

Grand Rapids Drive def. Maine Red Claws 97-79

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The Celtics' 2015 second round pick has played in 15 games this season, starting one. 

I sat down with Boston Celtics prospect Jordan Mickey prior to Saturday's game against the Delaware 87ers. Mickey dishes on stretching his game out to the three-point line, his favorite kind of block, and the amazing Isaiah Thomas. Follow me on Twitter @CLNS_Prescott

Maine Red Claws def. Delaware 87ers 131-125

Boston Celtics def. Los Angeles Lakers 113-107

 

[News] Rivalry Not Where It Used to Be for Boston Celtics and Los Angeles Lakers | Halftime 'Tirade' From Brad Stevens Helps Ignite Strong Second Half Against Raptors | Powered by CLNS Radio

CourtCast by Lakers Nation takes a look at the historic Lakers vs. Celtics rivalry with host Trevor Lane and guest Jared Weiss. They dig into what makes this year's Celtics team so dangerous and also discuss why the Lakers are heading in a positive direction. Isaiah Thomas' improbable rise from 60th pick to unstoppable scorer is also discussed, as is the call for patience in the development of D'Angelo Russell, Brandon Ingram, Ivica Zubac, and the rest of the young Lakers. Additionally, they discuss potential Celtics trade targets, including Jimmy Butler and Blake Griffin.