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Celtics Trade Barbosa, Collins to Wizards for Jordan Crawford

It looks like the Celtics are going to stand pat with the roster they have as the NBA season cruises towards the playoffs. In a move that was simply made to acquire another healthy body, multiple media outlets are reporting that the Celtics have sent Leandro Barbosa and Jason Collins to the Washington Wizards in […]

Avery Bradley Leads Celtics Past Wizards

Just two days after the emotional head injury to Mickael Pietrus, the Celtics returned to action Sunday, defeating the Washington Wizards 88-76. The win completed Boston’s season sweep of the Wizards, who fell to a woeful 11-37 record. It was also the C’s sixth straight at home, improving their record to 17-8 at the TD […]

Rondo’s Triple-Double, Garnett’s Tenacity Propel Celtics by Wizards

Rajon Rondo recorded his first triple-double of the season as the Boston Celtics easily dispatched the Washington Wizards 94-86 Sunday evening in the nation’s capitol. The Celtics took the lead at 10:52 in the first quarter on a Paul Pierce 3 pointer and maintained a lead for the duration of the contest. Rondo recorded 14 […]

Eastern Conference Preview, Part 1: The Non-Contenders

With the NBA season less than a week away, Sports of Boston will be previewing the entire Eastern Conference. In part one, let’s look at the teams that should finish in the lower half of the conference and miss the playoffs. Toronto Raptors Last season, Toronto finished with the third-worst record in the NBA. With […]

Delonte West Injured In Celtics’ Loss to Wizards in OT

Wait, what? Yes that is correct, the Boston Celtics dropped yet another game to the Washington Wizards on Monday night. Of course it was the Celtics “B team” that handed the Wizards the 95-94 victory. With Paul Pierce, Rajon Rondo, Ray Allen and Kevin Garnett out of action for Boston, the C’s bench just couldn’t […]

The NBA All-Star Game: Who Belongs Now, Who Belongs in the Future?

This weekend, the NBA’s most talented players will convene for the 2011 All-Star Game at Staples Center in Los Angeles. A pointless exhibition, the honor of achieving All-Star status is likely more important to many players than the actual game itself. The game acts as a showcase for the league, stretched out over a three-day […]

2010 NBA Draft Review

If you weren’t one of the 12 people who actually watched the entire NBA draft, I took the time to break down the first round pick-by-pick, player-by-player. If you were brave enough to watch the entire thing, I did my best to avoid the repetitive Jay Bilas player breakdowns. This is more of a speculative […]

Celtics Draft Preview: 2010 NBA Mock Draft

With a possible lockout on the horizon, the 2010 NBA Draft is being considered one of the deepest in ages. Intuitive underclassmen (or more likely, their advisers) declared eligibility in droves this year, fearing a change in the NBA’s financial landscape. While John Wall is widely considered the only “sure thing” in this year’s draft, […]