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Larry H. Russell

Larry H. Russell

Senior editor and featured columnist for CLNS Radio. Celtics Beat Podcast Executive Producer. Celtics writer and historian. E-mail: LHRussell@clnsradio.com

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.

Sunday, 23 November 2014 11:25

The Brad Stevens Leash

The Boston Celtics are losing.  Their defense is failing.  Is it time to fret over Brad Stevens? And if not, when will Celtics fans become concerned?

Rajon Rondo is not the guy for the Boston Celtics moving forward.  But not everyone still understands the reasons why.

Monday, 17 November 2014 01:25

Who Should the Boston Celtics Trade For?

Are there any possibilities for the Boston Celtics?

Friday, 07 November 2014 09:09

Evan Turner Is Not a Good Basketball Player

Evan Turner is killing the Boston Celtics on the court. Could he hurt them even more when Brad Stevens finally decides to mercifully put him on the bench?

Kevin Garnett is wallowing away on what will be a lackluster Brooklyn Nets team. Would he put pride aside and finish his career helping Ray Allen and LeBron James win a championship on the Cleveland Cavaliers?

Friday, 31 October 2014 00:51

For the NBA, Less Would Be More

Major League Baseball is in the midst of a crisis due to their ridiculously long games.  Could this become an issue for the NBA as well?

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