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Larry H. Russell

Larry H. Russell

Author of Fall of the Boston Celtics: How Bad Luck, Bad Decisions Brought the Mighty Celtics Empire to Its Knees and Ushered in the Dark Ages.  Senior editor and featured columnist for CLNS Radio. Celtics Beat Podcast Executive Producer. Celtics writer and historian. E-mail: LHRussell@clnsradio.com

Monday, 26 January 2015 21:31

LHR Words of Wisdom #1: #BostonWeak

Boston and North East's reaction to blizzard of #Snowmaggedon2015 just another example of the continual decline of the population.

Advanced analytics has taken the sporting world by storm.  Every professional sports franchise is obsessed with finding the most efficient and beneficial methods towards constructing a team.  If anything, new doors have been opened to other facets towards improving a team and its players.  What are they?

2014 Livy Awards for Best Boston Celtics Coverage in the Media

 

Claim Your FREE Copy for Fall of the Boston Celtics

Danny Ainge has finally completed the task of tearing down a team. Now comes the hard part – building the Boston Celtics back up.

Friday, 02 January 2015 07:33

Book Excerpt: The 1989 NBA Draft

The following passage is from Larry H. Russell's author debut, Fall of the Boston Celtics: How Bad Luck, Bad Decisions Brought the Mighty Celtics Empire to Its Knees and Ushered in the Dark Ages.  The book will be available January 5th on CLNS Radio.  For further details on how to get it, including acquiring an advanced copy, follow @CLNS_LHR on Twitter to be entered into a contest.

LeBron James may have taken his talents back home to Cleveland. But the Miami Heat and their excellence remains in South Beach.

Led by Worcester and Emerson College's own, Rob Hennigan, the young and talented Orlando Magic arrive in Boston tonight to face the Celtics as a much improved bunch.

Rajon Rondo is sucking the life out of the Boston Celtics, their fans, and the media.  Is it only going to get worse?

The first month of the NBA season is in the books.  The Boston Celtics are a discouraging 4-10.  Larry H. Russell is here to weigh the positives, the negatives, and the real bads. 

The Boston Celtics can't defend and they can't seem to win a close game.  Are these growing pains for a young team or a continuing trend? CLNS Radio's Rich Conte and Larry H. Russell debate.

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