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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.

Last season's MVP, and one of the league's marquee players, Kevin Durant, is expected to miss time at the beginning of the season after sustaining a fracture in his foot over a period of time.

Spoiled by an impeccable first half of shooting by Avery Bradley, and another night of hot three point shooting as a team, the Boston Celtics (2-1 preseason) lost their first game of the young season at Atlantic Division rival Toronto (2-1).

Marcus Smart grew up in, and battled adversity throughout his young life. Drafted by the Boston Celtics with the sixth overall pick in last year's NBA draft, Smart appears ready to become a key component to the team's rebuilding process.

Thank you to CLNS Locker Room Reporter Jared Weiss for providing excellent material during the Boston Celtics 2014 Media Day. To follow CLNS's live blog from earlier in the day, follow the link.

With reports trickling out that Rajon Rondo will be out roughly six to eight weeks, the Boston Celtics were delivered a shocking blow before training camp has yet to begin.

Thursday, 25 September 2014 20:10

Phoenix Suns Ink Eric Bledsoe to Long Term Deal

According to multiple reports, the Phoenix Suns have reportedly resigned restricted free agent point guard Eric Bledsoe to a 5 year $70 million contract.