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Larry H. Russell

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 season tickets for now and beyond: Your safest bet for best returns on investment, and most importantly, enjoyment.

Is Jared Sullinger overtraining? Is he getting the right dietary advice? And where do the Boston Celtics fit in all of this?

What do the Boston Celtics have in common with the Philadelphia 76ers, the Los Angeles Lakers, and the New York Knicks? Absolutely nothing.  They are much further ahead in the game.

Jeff Green returns to face the Boston Celtics tonight with the Memphis Grizzlies.  Boston has come out on top on almost all of their trades.  But the Grizzlies and their General Manager, Chris Wallace, love their big in-season acquisition.

The following column is Larry H. Russell's debut column for CLNS Radio.  Larry Bird legendary performance with Boston Celtics against the Portland Trail Blazers. Re-published from March 15th, 2012

Things are looking good for the Boston Celtics.  And it's only going to get better.

Sunday, 01 March 2015 05:00

An Open Letter to the Boston Bruins

An Open Letter to the Boston Bruins

Boston and New England have long been pillars of tradition and intellect throughout history.  But the Information Age has brought more changes to our society in such a short period of time.  Are there any drawbacks to this in the sports media?

Make of what you will of Boston’s Olympic Bid.  One of America’s original cities may not be the ever elusive “world-class”, but who’s to say it won’t be one day.

At 19-31, the Boston Celtics are going through the disheartening but necessary phase of a process to build their next great team.  Many both in and outside of the NBA's most storied organization are making tremendous sacrifices.  However, many feel it will be more than worth it.