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Celtics Defeat Lakers 113-96, All Is Right with the World

  Celtics beat Lakers. My favorite sentence ever. To me, it’s synonymous with good defeats evil. I can never get tired of watching Boston beat L.A., regardless of how meaningless the game is. However, the game itself was not the primary storyline entering last evening. Rajon Rondo and Kobe Bryant sharing breakfast together somehow became breaking news, […]

Rajon Rondo Aiming for Friday Return to Action

On Monday night, Celtics point guard Rajon Rondo sent out the following message via Twitter: 29,233,380 secs — Rajon Rondo (@RajonRondo) January 14, 2014 Of course it didn’t take long for someone to decipher that number: it amounts to approximately 338 days, the time that will have elapsed on Friday since last February 13, the […]

Knicks Still Looking to Trade for Rehabbing Rondo

At 9-19 and currently out of the Eastern Conference playoff picture, ESPN is reporting that the New York Knicks are looking to boost their postseason prospects by landing rehabbing Boston Celtics point guard Rajon Rondo. It’s hard to take such rumors seriously coming out of New York because the Knicks labeled this year’s team championship […]

World Peace to Join New York Knicks

According to ESPN.COM, Metta World Peace is heading to New York to play for the Knicks. World Peace cleared waivers late Sunday afternoon after being amnestied by the Los Angeles Lakers. Artest said he wanted to join the Knicks because he wanted to win ” I don’t care if I’m starting or sweeping the floors. […]

The Couch Potato Report: C’s, Sox, and Soccer Goes Global

Another sports-filled weekend is upon us, and of course, all eyes are focused on South Africa, where the world’s most popular sport takes center stage in the biggest tournament of them all, the World Cup. Locally, Americans don’t hold this event nearly in as high a regard as the rest of the world, but with […]

The Couch Potato Report: C’s, Sox, and Geeks Spelling Words

Another page on the calendar has turned. We are now into June, known commonly as a month for the birth of summer, the height of wedding season, and unfortunately, the beginning of the lackluster summer television season. Many of our favorite TV shows have wrapped up with their season finales, or in some cases, series […]

Celtics Player Review: Eddie House

Eddie House had a decent first year in Boston, coming into town to provide the role of the back-up point guard for Rajon Rondo for most of the season. His quickness and ability to catch and shoot the ball were the strongest parts of Eddie’s game. He had the ability to get the ball up […]

Celtics Player Review: Glen “Big Baby” Davis

One of the most lovable players on the Celtics, Glen “Big Baby” Davis has started his career off with a bang. No, he did not have outstanding numbers or Rookie of the Year recognition, but Glen Davis did make a “bang” everytime he fell into the crowd or onto photographers somewhere during a game. The […]

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 […]