// Charlie Villanueva

Celtics Home Opener Unofficially Announced as Dec. 30 Against Pistons

Gary Washburn of the Boston Globe reported Tuesday that the Celtics’ Home opener will be against the Detroit Pistons on Dec. 30. This will be the first time the Celtics take the court in the TD Banknorth Garden during this upcoming, shortened NBA season. The Celtics won three out of four meetings with the Pistons […]

Charlie Villanueva: Kevin Garnett Called Me a “Cancer Patient”

Kevin Garnett is widely known as one of the best (or most obnoxious) trash talkers in NBA history, but at least according to Pistons forward Charlie Villanueva, he went too far. After Boston beat Detroit 109-86, Villanueva sent out a bizarre tweet about wanting to fight Garnett: “KG talks alot of crap, he’s prob never […]

Rondo Leads Shaq-less Celtics Past Pistons

While Republicans were busy winning House and Senate seats in 49 other states (the Democrats swept Massachusetts in the House again), the Celtics were busy heading up to Motown to duke it out with the winless Pistons. These aren’t your father’s Pistons, or even the Pistons of 2008. These Pistons are a real sorry bunch, […]

Fantasy Basketball Roundup: Week 10

With the end of football’s fantasy season being so hectic, I have been neglecting my basketball teams lately. As a result, I dropped to 10th in one of my leagues, thanks in large part to leaving Kevin Durant on my bench all week. Yes, I know I have to get my s**t together, so don’t […]

Fantasy Basketball Roundup: Week 5

Man, I had some bad matchups in some of my leagues last week. They were almost as bad as Tiger Woods’ driving…BA-ZING!!!! No, seriously though, they weren’t too bad, I just needed an excuse to make a Tiger woods joke. I hope you enjoyed it. Hey, he wasn’t injured, therefore it is OK to make […]

Fantasy Basketball Roundup: Week 1

Week 1 is in the books. There is no better feeling (in the fantasy realm anyways) than the first week of a fantasy sport. I myself was at a friend’s birthday celebration at a sports bar on Friday night. Instead of paying attention to the festivities around me, I had my eyes glued on one […]

Fantasy Basketball 2009-10 Draft Preview

The 2009-10 basketball season is just a couple days away and many fantasy leagues will be drafting their teams this weekend. This is why I took it upon myself to comprise a top-10 list for each position, along with likes/dislikes. In addition to the lists, I will give you the secret to finding success when […]

Celtics Offseason Watch: Big Baby, House, Yao and more

As free agency nears, the Celtics not only have holes to fill on their roster, but also have some free agents of their own to negotiate with. The hottest of these names is forward Glen “Big Baby” Davis. The Boston Globe is reporting that Danny Ainge will extend a qualifying offer to Davis by the […]

Sloppy Celtics Fall to Lowly Bucks

Usually when an NBA team shoots 32.6% from the field and scores just 86 points, they tend to lose. In fact, I’m willing to bet that 90% of teams with those stats end up losing a game. Sunday in Milwaukee, however, was a different story, as the Bucks were less bad than the Celtics in […]