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Week 9 Waiver-Wire Pickups: Lonnie Chisenhall, Garrett Jones Making Some Noise

With 50 games in the books for most squads, it might be time to give some players a short leash with other options on the waiver wire. From starting pitching to the hot corner, here are some options to look to add this week and moving forward. All stats via ESPN.com as of Monday, May […]

Week 8 Waiver-Wire Pickups: Seth Smith, Yangervis Solarte Showing Pop

The MLB season has reached the quarter pole and that means it is time to find the fill-ins for all the ailing players in baseball after 40 or so contests. There are plenty of power bats out there, but only a few can really make a difference. As for pitching, there are some names that […]

Week 6 Waiver-Wire Pickups: Nick Markakis, Mark Teixeira on the Rise

With a little over a month gone in the regular season, it might be time to start accessing the waiver wire and picking up players on the rise before its too late. Players such as Mark Teixeira and even Nick Markakis are startling to fly off the shelves in most leagues, so, including them, who […]

State of the Celtics: Rondo to Provide Color Commentary, 10 Games Remain in “Tank” Season

With only 10 games left in the regular season, the Boston Celtics have lost three straight and eight of their last nine contests, including two straight to the Toronto Raptors this past week. The last win came against the Miami Heat, who the Celtics have beaten twice in three meetings this year. However, LeBron James […]

State of the Celtics: Rondo coming on strong, Babb gets second contract

The Boston Celtics have been streaky of late over the past two weeks. After two loses at home to the Indiana Pacers and the Golden State Warriors, they won two against the Brooklyn ¬†and the Detroit Pistons at the Garden. The Celtics have lost two in a row, including a close game at the Pacers […]

State of the Celtics: Rondo’s Birthday Party, Celtics Struggles Continue

After a lackluster trade deadline, the Boston Celtics have continued to struggle with a 1-4 record since the All-Star break, including an 0-4 west coast trip. The Celtics now stand at 20-39 and are currently the fifth worst team in the NBA. Rondo skips game for birthday Rajon Rondo may be the “star” on this […]

State of the Celtics: Green team finally clicking, Chris Johnson signs multi-year deal

The Boston Celtics have won four of their last six contests, but lost their final game before the All-Star break against the San Antonio Spurs last night at TD Garden, 104-92. The Celtics will not play again until February 19th to play the Phoenix Suns to begin a four-game road trip. Celtics starting to win […]

State of the Celtics: Kevin Garnett, Paul Pierce Return; Chris Johnson Earns Second Deal

The Boston Celtics have lost three straight contests after the win against the Washington Wizards on Wednesday night. Overall, the Celtics went 1-4 over the past nine days and it does not look like they will be in the playoff picture anytime soon. The 15-32 record has them tied for last in the Atlantic Division […]

State of the Celtics: Rondo Returns, Big Trade Opens Up Space on Court

After a tough two-week stretch, the Boston Celtics find themselves tied for the fourth worst record in the NBA and have lost 11 of their last 12 contests, including the last three by a combined 12 points to the Los Angeles Lakers, Orlando Magic, and Miami Heat. Rajon Rondo is finally back on the floor, […]

LeGarrette Blount’s 4 TDs Lead Patriots to 43-22 Victory over Indianapolis Colts

Tom Brady may not have thrown a single touchdown pass, but the New England Patriots are now in their third consecutive AFC Championship contest thanks to six rushing touchdowns in the 43-22 thrashing of the Indianapolis Colts Saturday night. Brady won his 18th playoff game with only 198 passing yards and a 78.4 passer rating. […]

State of the Celtics: Rondo Considering D-League Rehab, Celtics Falling Fast

The Celtics failed to do anything good this week with contests against similar competition in the Atlanta Hawks, Chicago Bulls and New Orleans Pelicans. It was a tough weak because two of those loses combined for a total of four points against the Hawks and Pelicans. The Celtics are now 13-20 and are the ninth […]

State of the Celtics: True Colors Starting to Show

The Boston Celtics lost both games last week and now have lost three straight to fall to 12-17 on the season, before getting a win over the Cavs on Saturday. This puts them one game behind the Toronto Raptors in the Atlantic Division and seventh in the Eastern Conference. January is a tough month for […]

State of the Celtics: Rondo Cleared for Full Contact, But Leads Slipping Away

The Boston Celtics had a tough time this week as they held a 19-point advantage after the first quarter against the Detroit Pistons on Wednesday night (thanks in part to a great tip-in play), but collapsed over the final three quarters to end up losing 107-106. They may have won their other two contests against […]

Fantasy Football Start ‘Em, Sit ‘Em: Week 16 (Playoffs)

The championship contest starts this week and should be a great time to get those lineups filled with those players who can get the job done on a consistent basis. Here are some players to start/sit in Week 16: Start ‘Em Kirk Cousins (vs. Dallas):¬†Dallas has been brutal on the defensive side of the ball […]

State of the Celtics: Kris Humphries Making a Name for Himself

Even though the Boston Celtics finished with a 2-2 record this last week. they stand at 11-14 and remain one game above the 8-13 Toronto Raptors. With only three games this week, the Celtics need to take advantage of the weak competition in order to stay in the hunt for the fourth seed in the […]