// Delonte West

Boston Celtics’ Offseason Grades, Part 1

Chris Paul is headed to the Los Angeles Clippers. David West signed a two-year deal with the Indiana Pacers. Celtics’ GM Danny Ainge didn’t make the league shaking moves it looked like he might. I’m kind of glad he didn’t. I want to watch Kevin Garnett, Ray Allen, Paul Pierce, and Rajon Rondo chase one […]

Celtics’ Free Agency Preview: Existing Roster

Last off-season the Celtics had several weeks to recruit the O’Neals. Danny Ainge had time to weigh the potential cost and benefit of bringing Delonte West back to Boston. Management had time to abide by head coach Doc Rivers’ shopping list and fill the roster accordingly. The lockout has made this season’s free agent signing […]

Delonte West Applies for Job at Home Depot

According to multiple reports, Delonte West could be trading in his Celtic’s green for Home Depot orange. Unlike many other NBA players who are looking to play overseas in the case of a lockout, West’s legal issues have prevented him from leaving the country. He tweeted the other day: It’s official.. Pride 2 the side.. […]

Video: Delonte West Releases Mix Tape About KFC

In case you didn’t know, Delonte West and Kanye West are two different people. But apparently that didn’t stop Delonte, the guard from the Boston Celtics, from deciding to drop a mix tape. I can’t say he’s completely terrible–After all, anyone who can freestyle about Kentucky Fried Chicken for about six minutes has to have […]

2011 Celtics Free Agent Report: Delonte West

Delonte West missed most of the regular season with a wrist injury, but when the playoffs came around West was a key player off the bench. In the playoffs, West averaged 19 minutes a game, scoring 6.6 points and shooting 47% from the field. The Celtics have to re-sign Delonte West for a couple reasons. […]

Quick Reactions to the Celtics’ Elimination From 2011 NBA Playoffs

The Boston Celtics’ Game 5 loss to the Miami Heat was less than 24 hours ago. While the pain is still fresh, here are a few concluding thoughts on the playoffs and the Celtics’ future. 1) The Celtics Big Three just don’t have the athleticism anymore. Game 2: game tied 80-80 with 7:09 left in […]

Miami’s Big 3 Dominate Boston’s Big 3, Heat Take 2-0 Series Lead

The Miami Heat’s LeBron James was an unstoppable force in Tuesday’s Game Two of the Eastern Conference Semi-Finals against the Boston Celtics. In the paint, through the lanes, from the key, from beyond the arc, it didn’t matter: James hit shots from every angle and spot on the floor. The Celtics could not contain him, […]

Backup Plan: Celtics Bench Must Be Better In the Playoffs

The Celtics have a commanding 3-0 series lead and won last night’s game running away, but there is still a glaring issue that will have to be fixed if they expect to win in the later rounds. The Bench. The Knicks bench has outscored the Celtics bench so far this series 98-35. The Celtics bench […]

Celtics Blow 25-Point Lead to Timberwolves, Hang on in Minnesota

The Boston Celtics are a cruel bunch of dudes. First, they quickly built a lead against the Minnesota Timberwolves so huge that it silenced the Target Center and sent fans scurrying to their phones for updates on the Twins. Then, they proceeded to blow that very lead, even giving the last-place Timberwolves the lead for […]

Houston, We Have a Problem; Celtics Fall Again

Chicago lost in Indiana, so it wasn’t as bad as it could have been, but the Celtics still lost to the Houston Rockets, 93-77. Within minutes, Houston vaulted themselves to an 8-1 lead. An 8-0 run put Boston up 9-8, their biggest lead of the game, which they equaled at 15-14, 17-16, 19-18 and 21-20 […]

Celtics Suffocate Bucks, Set Team Record For Fewest Points Allowed In Shot Clock Era

The Celtics snapped their two game losing streak Sunday night with an easy win over the Milwaukee Bucks 87-56. The Celtics answered many questions and proved that their defense is still very potent. The defense helped create a new franchise record for fewest points allowed by the Celtics in a single game in the shot clock era (56). Ray Allen went 6-10 from […]

Celtics Back on Track in Win Over Clippers

The Clippers tried to get the better of the Celtics in L.A. once more, but with a big 3rd quarter, the Celtics beat the Clippers 99-92. Jeff Green and Nenad Krstic made their Celtics debuts, and had fairly decent ones at that. Krstic got two offensive rebounds (of his six and Boston’s 14) and the […]

New-Look Celtics Shut Out of Final Six Minutes; Lose in Denver

When asked about the many trades the Boston Celtics made right before Thursday’s 3 pm trade deadline, many of the players said they were shocked. Thursday night in Denver, they played like it, too. The Boston Celtics did not score in the final six minutes of the fourth quarter, allowing the Denver Nuggets to go […]

Celtics Power Past Warriors Out West

The Celtics had lost six games in a row in Oakland. They were injured quite badly. And at times, it looked like the streak would become seven. But not to be deterred, the Celtics exploded in the second half to defeat the Golden State Warriors 115-93. Delonte West and Semih Erden returned, but Kendrick Perkins […]

With West out Could the C’s Turn to Marbury?

Remember back just two seasons ago when crazy point guard Stephon Marbury came over from the New York Knicks to finish out the 2008-09 season with the Celtics? Well, it seems the idea of Marbury coming back has been tossed around thanks to a fan forum article on NESN.com. The article is all speculation of course, […]