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NFL Films: Bill Belichick Documentary to Air in September

He’s the stoic shadowy figure lurking the New England sidelines in an old worn down, ripped hoodie. He’s the mastermind behind the most dominant franchise in the new millennium. He never minces his words and never reveals more than what he deems necessary. He’s one of the most polarizing figures in sports today. Love him […]

Theo Epstein To Cubs As GM And President?

Reports from ESPN’s Buster Onley suggest that the only franchise in baseball left with a “curse” could be targeting the only GM with curse-killing experience on his resume. That’s right, the Chicaco Cubs, who haven’t won a World Series since 1908, may be targeting Red Sox General Manager Theo Epstein as their new GM and […]

Sore Back Sends Youkilis to DL; Lavarnway To Make MLB Debut

The Red Sox have been placed third baseman Kevin Youkilis to the 15-day disabled list thanks to a sore back he’s been suffering from. Catcher Ryan Lavarnway has been called up from Pawtucket to fill the spot left open in Youkilis’ absence. The Sox All-Star at the hot corner has played in only three games […]

Bill Russell’s Statue To Stand In City Hall Plaza

In ancient Greece, the greatest men were immortalized by having statues erected in their likeness. In the world of Boston sports, there may not be a man more deserving of this honor than Celtic great Bill Russell. In May it was announced that Russell, a winner of 11 NBA championships, would finally be honored with […]

Home Run Derby Comes Early As Sox Crush O’s and Reclaim 1st Place

The Home Run Derby preview came to Fenway Park Thursday night as the Red Sox pounded the Orioles 10-4. Six round trippers left the yard for the Old Towne Team and a set of three came back-to-back-to-back in the bottom of the seventh. The win now gives the Sox a half game lead up on […]

NBA Owners Lock Out Players At 12:01 A.M. Friday

For those of you who see everything going on with the NFL lockout and think, “I need more lockout,” the NBA is set to feed your addiction. At 12:01 a.m. on Friday the NBA’s current collective bargaining agreement expires and the NBA owners informed the players association that the league will institute the second professional […]

Celtics Extend Qualifying Offer to Jeff Green and Pick Up Option On Bradley

The Celtics have been active as they’ve made a one-year qualifying offer to forward Jeff Green. The $5.9 million offer now makes Green a restricted free agent. The fourth-year forward was the premier piece that came to Boston in the highly criticized mid-season trade that sent fan-favorite Kendrick Perkins to Oklahoma City. Boston also picked […]

Heart of A Champion: Tim Thomas Dominates Playoffs to Win Stanley Cup

The road to glory isn’t always paved in gold, and for Bruins’ goaltender Tim Thomas it most certainly was not. Thomas, a native of Flint, Michigan, grew up in a blue-collar family who understood that opportunity often shows up disguised as hard work. Selling their wedding rings just so their son could attend goalie camp, […]

Bruins-Canucks Game 7: B’s Gunning For 1st Stanley Cup Since 1972

Thirty-nine years ago on the ice at Madison Square Garden, legendary Bruins Bobby Orr, Phil Esposito, and Johnny Bucyk hoisted Lord Stanley’s Cup for the fifth time and the last time in franchise history. Since that night in New York, the Bruins have only played for the cup three times, never winning more than two […]

Nenad Krstic Leaving Boston To Play In Russia

The Nenad Krstic era in Boston will be short lived, because the center has signed a deal to leave the NBA and go play in Russia for CSKA Moscow. Krstic was set to be a free agent in the offseason and despite the Celtics expressing interest in resigning him, the Serbian big man has opted […]

Bruins-Canucks Game 4 Rewind: Big Bad Bruins Are Back

After a 4-0 win in Game 4, the Bruins are just two wins away from their first Stanley Cup in 39 years. Here are a few more thoughts about what we saw in Game 4 and Game 3 here in Boston. Thomas’ Historic Run Continues Tim Thomas proved to the hockey world once again that […]

Bruins Rout Canucks To Tie Stanley Cup Finals Series 2-2

The Boston Bruins put together another rousing performance for the Garden faithful in Game 4 of the Stanley Cup finals, as they beat the Vancouver Canucks 4-0 to tie the series at 2 games apiece. In a game that had it all it was the man behind the mask who was the savior yet again. […]

Ray Allen Exercises Player Option To Stay With Celtics

Boston’s Big Three will remain intact for at least one more year. Ray Allen has chosen to exercise his player option and suit up in green again next season. Boston’s perimeter sniper will make $10 million next season in the second year of the deal he signed last summer. Allen is set to turn 36 […]

Video: Shaq Retires After 19 NBA Seasons

Finally after 19 NBA seasons, The Big Shamrock, The Big Aristotle, Superman, Diesel, or just plain old Shaq is calling it quits. Shaquille O’Neal announced via his twitter account with a video from Tout.com that his Hall of Fame career is finally over. The 15-Time All-Star said: “We did it. Nineteen years baby. I want […]

Photo: Tom Brady on Water Slide at Mexican Vacation with Gisele

With a lockout looming, football fans have become curious to find out what their favorite athletes are doing without the game. Steelers receiver Heins Ward is battling for the coveted mirrorball trophy on Dancing with the Stars, Vikings defensive end Ray Edwards has taken a step towards becoming a professional boxer and Chad Ochocinco has […]