Larry H. Russell
Larry H. Russell is the Executive Producer of CLNS Radio. Most noted as the Voice of Celtics Beat and Celtics Pre-Game, LHR has served many roles within CLNS since joining the network in 2011. He is also the author of the critically acclaimed Fall of the Boston Celtics: How Bad Luck, Bad Decisions Brought the Mighty Celtics Empire to Its Knees and Ushered in the Dark Ages which was released in 2014 as well as the director of the film Paul Pierce: The Best Pure Scorer in Celtics History.
LHR is a graduate of Emerson College and currently resides in Brookline. He can be reached by e-mail at LHRussell@clnsradio.com or on Twitter @CLNS_LHR
Boston Celtics forward Jae Crowder has been in the news the last few days. From comments regarding Kevin Durant and the Toronto Raptors, to a so-called cryptic tweet that surely must give away all the secrets of the Celtics off-season plans.
The ever-elusive Mike Zarren has joined Twitter. Is this further fueling speculation that a major Boston Celtics move is near?
Boston Celtics guard Isaiah Thomas is supposedly cleaning up his diet. Easier said than done. Is he like many Americans in that he's not educated enough to make the right dietary decisions?
Larry H. Russell finishes off the top five NBA Finals in league history. Here's the final edition of a two part series.
As part of this week's top five countdown, Larry H. Russell ranks the top five NBA Finals in league history. Here's the first part on a two part series.
After the Golden State Warriors triumph over the Oklahoma City Thunder - many have asked the question where it ranks amongst the best in NBA history? CLNS Radio ranks the best NBA Playoffs series in its history which were not played in the NBA Finals.
On the 156th edition of Celtics Beat, myself along with Kyle Draper of Comcast Sports Net New England handed out individual report cards for the 2015-16 Boston Celtics. Below are my grades accompanied with a small blurb. To hear Kyle’s reasonings, tune into the latest show which ran this past Mother’s Day.
The Boston Celtics are down and just about out against the Atlanta Hawks in the NBA Playoffs. Worse, their players are battered and bruised yet again. Could this have been avoided? How much blame does the Celtics medical and conditioning staff deserve for yet another NBA season that has produced a slew of injuries?