// Game 7

End of an Era? Celtics fall to Heat 101-88 in Game 7

The Celtics had done what they wanted for three quarters; limit the Miami transition game, hold LeBron James in check (relatively), and get contributions from all of their starters to earn a 73-73 tie heading into the final frame. However, some cold shooting from the Celtics and clutch baskets by the Heat in the fourth […]

Five Reasons Not to Worry About Celtics-Heat Game 7

So much for my Saturday night. As much as the Boston fan in me wanted the Celtics to win Game 6 and advance to the NBA Finals, I also had vain hopes of doing fun things in New York City on a Saturday besides sitting on the couch at my apartment pulling my hair out […]

Video: CSNNE Shows Stark Difference Between Heat, Celtics Big 3′s

Nothing sums up the differences between the Heat and the Celtics than this video posted on CSNNE.com. This Miami Heat team has always been about flash and arrogance, as opposed to being able to get your hands dirty when you needed to in order to win the big game. The latter is exactly what the […]

Avery Bradley Injury Status: Out for Rest of Postseason

When the Boston Celtics embarked on the 2011-2012 season — heck, two months ago — would anyone have imagined that Avery Bradley missing the rest of the postseason would be devastating news? After suffering innumerable shoulder separations all season, including three during the playoffs, Bradley underwent season-ending surgery on his left shoulder on Friday. According to this […]

Bruins Don’t Make It Easy on Themselves, or Fans

“How about the B’s, man? Back from the dead,” I emphatically began to tell my buddy Matt. “Definitely going to write abo—,” I slowly stopped short and noticed Matt’s glaring eyes. He quickly interjected, “No! Don’t, ya–ya- can’t write about it.” Hmm. Admittedly, I don’t bleed black and gold (or is it yellow?) as much […]

The Price is Wrong Montreal! Bruins Top Habs to Finally Win a Game 7

Game 7. These two words can change millions of lives across the globe. Two teams that carry the hearts of millions of fans on their back, face off against each other and only one can move on. This is what hockey is all about: the do or die moments where one small piece of circular rubber can […]

Bruins Fall to Habs 2-1 to Force Game 7 in Beantown

The Canadiens had their jet fueled and ready to go as they left the Bell Centre Tuesday, one of the few times they are grateful to be heading to Boston. With a 2-1 win in front of their roaring home crowd, the Habs forced a Game 7 at the TD Garden for Wednesday night. These […]

No More Game 7′s! Bruins Need to Take Series In Six

Like they did all season long, the Bruins have taken us on a roller coaster ride in their first round playoff series against the Montreal Canadiens. After dropping the first two games at home, our Black and Gold went up to the Bell Centre and played two thrillers to tie the series up at two. […]

Video: Ron Artest Clutch Three-Pointer in 4th Quarter of Game 7

Ron Artest hit perhaps the biggest shot of the series, netting a three-pointer with the Lakers clinging to a three-point lead. The three gave LA a six-point lead with a minute to go, too much of a deficit for the Celtics to overcome. The Lakers eventually won 83-79.

Doc Rivers: Rasheed Wallace “Thinking About Retiring”

Subbing in at center for the injured Kendrick Perkins, Rasheed Wallace gave the Celtics a gallant effort in the tragic Game 7 loss to the Lakers. Wallace had 11 points and eight rebounds while fighting aches and cramps, before fouling out in the closing moments. No one knew it was possibly the closing moments of […]

Celtics Let Game 7 Slip Away, Lose to Lakers 83-79

In a timeout near the end of Game 5, Lakers’ coach Phil Jackson told his players that the Celtics know how to lose in the forth quarter. Whether it was his Zen propaganda, the Monstars sucking the talent out of Ray Allen, or the absence of Kendrick Perkins, the Celtics proved Jackson’s theory to be […]

Kendrick Perkins Out for Game 7 With Torn MCL & PCL

As he arrived at the Staples Center this afternoon for media availability, Kendrick Perkins’ crutches and knee brace told a scary story. It was soon confirmed that Perkins had torn his MCL and PCL, an injury that will end his season a game early and leave the Celtics with a large void to fill on […]

Kendrick Perkins Injury Update: Right Knee Sprain

UPDATE (4:30 p.m.): Perk will miss Game 7 with a torn MCL and PCL in his right knee. Celtics center Kendrick Perkins was injured 5:30 remaining in the first quarter of the Celtics’ Game 6 loss to the Lakers, and did not return to action. He was going up for an offensive rebound when he […]

Sox Change Thursday Start Time Ahead of Celtics’ Game 7

The Red Sox have announced that they have moved Thursday’s game against the Arizona Diamondbacks up to 6:10 p.m. instead of 7:10 p.m. so fans have a better chance of getting home in time for Game 7 of the NBA Finals between the Celtics and Lakers. The Lakers forced a Game 7 by trouncing the […]

Bruins Complete Epic Choke-Job, Lose to Flyers in Game 7

Up 3-0 in the second round series against the battered and bruised Flyers, the Bruins seemed to be flying high. They had improved to 7-2 in the playoffs at that point, and were just one win away from their first Eastern Conference Finals appearance since George Herbert Walker Bush was President in 1992. Then, David […]