// Gabe Pruitt

Celtics Player Review: Gabe Pruitt

Gabe Pruitt spent most of his time in the NBA Development League in 2007-2008, but has a bright future ahead of him and he’s already got a ring to go along with it. Pruitt also saw no action at all in the playoffs, gaining most of experience against D-League players. However, Pruitt looks to be more […]

Celtics Pass With Flying Colors in 2007-2008

KC did a piece earlier in the Celtics season in which he reviewed and issued grades for each individual player on the team. Now that the season is over I’ll take a look at all of the players on the team and give them a grade and a little bit of review on how I […]

Reactions to a Hawks Fan’s View of Round 1

Our good friend, Shotgun, over at the Blue Workhorse Blog recently put up an article where he addressed 33 points about the Hawks and Celtics round one playoff match up. There were several of these points that I agree with and I think most others who watched the series would also agree with. However, there […]

Celtics’ Bench Manages to Hold Onto Win in OT

Despite the Big Three’s presence in the lineup tonight, this game was once again another test for the Celtics’ bench players. After sitting out Saturday night’s game against Charlotte, Kevin Garnett, Ray Allen, and Paul Pierce petitioned to Celtics coach Doc Rivers to play tonight against Milwaukee. The Big Three were limited to just about […]

Celtics Four-Point Play (3-6)

Here’s the Celtics Four-Point Play, which is a day late today due to the Pistons game Wednesday night. I will cover Kendrick Perkins’ resurgence, Sam Cassell’s trip to Maryland, Gabe Pruitt going to Utah, and Scot Pollard’s season-ending injury.  1. In his last three games, Kendrick Perkins has averaged 13.3 points (67% FG), 13.7 rebounds, […]

Celtics Making the Grade at Season’s Midpoint

The Celtics have played 41 games. They have remarkably won 34 of them. Thus, it should come as no surprise that the Celtics midseason report card will feature many outstanding grades. Let me start by giving Danny Ainge and Doc Rivers each an A for their outstanding performances. Danny gets the mark for bringing in […]

Celtics Back on Track

The Celtics took care of business on Friday night, easily beating the Philadelphia 76ers, 116-89. Boston was down by 3 at the half, but outscored Philadelphia by 30 points the rest of the way. Ray Allen led the C’s in points again with 23 points and also added 6 assists. With the win, the C’s […]

Celtics Four-Point Play (12/5)

Here’s the Celtics Four-Point Play to appear every Wednesday on Sports of Boston. This is where I will compile four (4) small and related Celtics facts and offer my own spin on a variety of Celtics news stories. The general format will be a short blurb about the story first, then my reaction tabbed underneath […]

Celtics Four-Point Play (11/28)

Here’s the Celtics Four-Point Play to appear every Wednesday on Sports of Boston. This is where I will compile four (4) small and related Celtics facts and offer my own spin on a variety of Celtics news stories. The general format will be a short blurb about the story first, then my reaction tabbed underneath […]

Gabe Pruitt Sent to the NBADL

According to the Associated Press, rookie point guard Gabe Pruitt has been sent to the NBADL Celtics Affiliate in Utah. Perhaps Danny Ainge is preparing to sign a player or two to veteran minimum contracts now that he has two roster spots open. This is a good thing for Pruitt so he can not waste […]

Pruitt Signed, C’s Offseason Near Completion

Rookie point guard Gabe Pruitt, above, signed a three-year deal with the Celtics today.(Courtesy of draftexpress.com) The Boston Globe’s Greg Lee and Marc Spears have reported the details of the contract signed between rookie point guard Gabe Pruitt and the Celtics today. It’s reportedly a three-year deal, with Pruitt making $650,000 this season. They also […]

Player Preview: Gabe Pruitt

Former USC point guard Gabe Pruitt will look to compete for minutes this season in the Celtics backcourt. (Photo Courtesy of ESPN.com) The only normal thing for the Celtics on draft night occurred during the second round. The C’s made the pick they were assigned, and did not trade it. With the pick, the team […]