Nick Gelso is the Founding Partner and CEO of North Station Media, CLNS Radio. Gelso has been covering the NBA and Boston Celtics since 2008. He has locker room experience and is an accomplished NBA columnist and radio personality. Gelso has appeared on Boston radio, Las Vegas television, ESPNBoston, CBS Sports. He is co-host of CLNSRadio's flagship production, the Celtics Late Night Show and co-owner of CLNSRadio.
Additionally, Gelso is the co-host of Beats & Eats Podcast. Beats & Eats is an entertainment, foodie and pop-culture podcast network. Beats & Eats hosts podcasts from Hell's Kitchen Chefs' Barret Beyer & Anthony Rodriguez. Actors such as Lydia Cornell and Matt Fahey. Technology expert, and CLNS Columnist, Rich Conte. Hell's Kitchen Chef Dan Ryan hosts a reddit-based, pop-culture podcast. Chopped Chef, Rob Burmeister & Hell's Kitchen Chef, Clemenza host the culinary-comedy podcast, "Chewing the Fat with Big and Beefy."
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The Boston Celtics' long road trip stops in Los Angeles today as the C's will square off against the Clipper. Old friend Doc Rivers will be roaming the sideline for the Clippers.
CLNS Founding Partner, Nick Gelso, gives you an update on all the exciting happenings at CLNS and has some very cool free offers for you!
The Boston Celtics are home again to host the Chicago Bulls at the TD Garden.
CLNS Radio's Celtics Postgame Show, powered by Lynda.com/CLNS will be live immediately following the game to break it down after the action. Jess Thomas and Calvin Chamberlain will have you covered while Nick and Jerome will handle social media
Fall of the Boston Celtics: How Bad Luck, Bad Decisions Brought the Mighty Celtics Empire to Its Knees and Ushered in the Dark Ages- Now Available for Free Download Here!
Tuesday, August 26th, was a very sad day in the family and community here at CLNS Radio. Tuesday marks the day we lost a dear friend, colleague, NCAA guru, blogging machine, and PODCAST PROFESSIONAL. Long time CLNS Radio podcaster, and columnist, Alex Mazzolini passed away Tuesday evening. Alex Mazzolini was not only a veteran podcaster, he was also the first person (besides Brandon Paul) that I shared my vision for a new concept; a "blog" full of "internet radio shows."
Today we call this concept a Sports Podcast Network...
Eloquent as ever, former Commissioner David Stern, accepts his induction into the Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame. Stern gives 15 minute speech, and mentions his first impact moments, working with the NBA , revolved around the racial tensions of the 1960's and how Bob Cousy and Bill Russell working together started to tear down those prejudices. The speech is Mr. Stern at his finest, caddy and snide, yet laced with some comical moments. He certainly doesn't fall short on his mentions of the Boston Celtics franchise and Alumni.
The sports and pop-culture world has fallen back in love with LeBron James. The prodigal son has returned and the city of Cleveland is just relieved to have a winter and spring of small businesses, bars, parking lots packed again. Cleveland deserves that right.
As usual, the media has fallen head over heals for LeBron as he resurrects his good-boy image of his early-NBA playing days. I truly hate to be a downer but, when are people going to start asking some real, valid and tough questions to LeBron James?
James' entire career has been full of unbelievable highlights, record breaking moments, NBA Finals appearances, and now 2 NBA titles. Conversely, and often not discussed, are the sins of LeBron, and their have been many.
While everyone else is celebrating LeBron's triumphant return to Cleveland, I would like to look a bit closer at his whole musical-number jersey swap. Here goes...