Jared Weiss is the Celtics Locker Room Reporter and Host of The Garden Report: Celtics Post Game Show on Celtics Blog and CLNS Radio. J Weiss hosts The Block Party on Thursday nights at 8 PM and enjoys long walks on the beach while watching Rajon Rondo game footage. You can reach J Weiss at JWeiss@clnsradio.com and @CLNS_JaredWeiss.
In this year's edition of Football at Fenway, Liverpool was defeated by Italian giants AS Roma on a goal in the 90th minute.
LeBron's in Cleveland and Zeller is in Boston. Who won that one?
LeBron James announced he is leaving the Miami Heat for the Cleveland Cavs, so CLNS Radio is bringing you a special broadcast at 5 pm ET to hear from the fans and talk to Real GM NBA Insider Shams Charania.
Marcus Smart felt nervous early on, but found his rhythm en route to a 10-point performance. The Boston Celtics opened the NBA Summer League with an 85-77 over the Miami Heat, with Kelly Olynyk unsurprisingly leading the way with 20 points. Here are five quick hits from the first look at Marcus Smart and a few surprise performers.
NESN's Ben Watanabe joined CLNS Radio's Jared Weiss on a special draft edition of The Garden Report to discuss the Celtics non-shocking picks in the NBA Draft.
After the Boston Celtics landed in their expected sixth pick in the NBA Draft, Celtics Director of Basketball Operations Danny Ainge said he was "Disappointed" to not move up in the draft.
BOSTON – It was a comeback for the ages, as a listless Bruins squad suddenly came to life to score four goals in the final period and even their series with the Montreal Canadiens.
Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban spoke before his team's Game 4 in its series with the San Antonio Spurs about Donald Sterling. He offered a balanced assessment of the options on the table for dealing with Sterling and some insight on the state of modern privacy.
The Garden Report has been bringing you inside the locker room all season. With the year over, we take a look back at the best moments from the year in the locker room and at the podium.
BOSTON – Milan Lucic scored his first goal of the 2014 NHL playoffs Sunday, but that wasn't the only thing he came away with. After crashing into the boards before his goal, he sliced his foot with his skates, resulting in some fresh stitches to take with him to Detroit. He talked about the injury and the Bruins' dominant penalty kill after the game.