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Ray Allen Trade Rumors: Caron Butler and Antawn Jamison to the Celtics?

While it might seem a little far-fetched, the Celtics are again rumored to be in the midst of trade talks, and once again, Ray Allen’s name has been mentioned. However, the difference this time is that the Celtics might be getting themselves two All-Stars in the deal. Remember when the Washington Wizards used to be […]

Boston Celtics Midseason Evaluation

After last Friday’s overtime win against the Portland Trailblazers, the Celtics reached the halfway mark of their 2009-10 season with a record of 28-13 after 41 games. Not too shabby and despite some injuries, the Celtics have had a great season thus far. Now, let’s take a look at the different players. We’ll go from […]

Rashard Lewis Breaks the Celtics’ Hearts

It was heartbreaking. Rashard Lewis got past Kevin Garnett and put up a layup that gave the Orlando Magic a two-point lead with only 1.3 seconds remaining in regulation. On the subsequent inbound pass for the Celts, Rasheed Wallace was not able to hit a three pointer as time ran out. As a result, the Celtics lost […]

Merry Christmas Boston: Celtics Make Statement With Win

I say “statement” with a grain of salt, as the Celtics did beat the Orlando Magic and gave Boston fans a nice Christmas present. They were able to prove that they could compete with the big boys in the East after losing to them in Boston in November. However, this had to be one of […]

Can the Celtics Stay Afloat if KG Sinks?

Kevin Garnett – n. an integral part of the Boston Celtics 2009-10 roster and its chances at winning an eighteenth NBA championship. Kevin Garnett is in the dictionary? No, but what is critical in our definition is the part about Garnett being integral to the team’s success. Garnett has been a leading scorer, phenomenal defender, and source of […]

Red Sox Looking Wild

After another Red Sox/Yankees series the Sox have once again fallen on tough times and are now pretty much looking to just secure a spot in the playoffs through the wild card. Boston had a decent week, which they started out rough after losing their lead in the wild card race to Texas, but gained […]

Sox Get Back on Track, then Stumble Again

After a brutal series with the Yankees last week, the Red Sox started to get back on track this past week. However, they faltered again towards the end of the week after a trip to Texas with a match-up with the Rangers. The Red Sox went 4-3 on the week after two series with the […]

Paul Pierce: 2008-2009 Celtics Player Review

Paul Pierce had another great year and put up solid numbers all around. He was a leader and savior for the Celtics time and time again and continues to show how the next number up in the rafters in Boston will be No. 34. Paul Pierce was the leading scorer on the team, the captain, […]

Kevin Garnett: 2008-2009 Celtics Player Review

Kevin Garnett had a rough year and dealt with so many setbacks, and it could hardly be anything that he was happy about. The Big Ticket went down just past the midway point of the season with a knee injury and despite trying to come back late in March, Garnett just never really managed to […]

Ray Allen: 2008-2009 Celtics Player Review

Often criticized for being streaky when the Celtics really need him, Ray Allen still had one of the better years of his career this past season. The eldest member of the big three was also the subject of trade rumors at the start of the off-season, but those rumors have since died down and it […]

Sox Suffer Through Worst Week of the Season

After a good end to the series in Baltimore last Sunday, the Red Sox had an off-day followed by a trip down to the Trop in Tampa Bay for a short two-game series with the Rays followed by a trip to New York for a longer four-game series with the Yankees over the weekend. Neither […]

Epstein Does it Again, Acquires Martinez in Exciting Week

The Red Sox only finished this past week going 3-3, but still managed to have quite a deal of excitement thanks to Theo Epstein and his great work once again at the trade deadline. The Sox did not manage to get Roy Halladay, but did wind up with two strong new bats to help give […]

Rajon Rondo: 2008-2009 Celtics Player Review

Rajon Rondo really showed his increasing development as a NBA player this past season. Rondo had a good year during the 2007-08 season, but really got things going this past year and showed the rest of the league that he can compete with some of the premier point guards of the NBA. Nearly an All-Star, […]

Sox Bats Starting to Wake Up?

The Red Sox suffered quite the overall team slump when it came to hitting the ball this past week. The end of the Blue Jays series and trip to Texas saw the Sox lose four times in a row (five times overall) and fall out of first place, behind the Yankees. However, the bats finally […]

Kendrick Perkins: 2008-2009 Celtics Player Review

At last, we have reached the starting line-up for the Celtics in these player reviews. First up is the big man literally in the center of it all, Kendrick Perkins. Perk continued to get better and better this past season, and ended up having the best year of his career. Perk has become a force […]