A few weeks ago Ray Allen decided to take his three point shooting talents to South Beach and join The Miami Heat‘s Big Three. It was a decision that has left many Boston Celtics fans scratching their heads and has been the hot topic of discussion on Causeway Street. Allen, 36, turned down the Celtics offer […]
Does LeBron James have Gmail? Maybe, maybe not…but here’s what it would look like, according to the folks at Grantland:
Keyon Dooling‘s agent, Kenge Stevenson, says that the 12 year veteran has re-upped with the Celtics for a one year veteran minimum contract. Dooling provides the Celtics with another guard capable of running the offense while Rajon Rondo rests. Dooling will join Rondo, Avery Bradley, Courtney Lee, Jason Terry and Dionte Christmas in what is […]
Following the Celtics Game 7 loss to the Miami Heat, one of the questions raised entering the offseason of the team was the future of Ray Allen. It seemed clear that between possible conflict between himself and Rajon Rondo, as well as his demotion to the bench in favor of Avery Bradley that Allen would […]
Royce White: 21 years old, 6’8, 261 Position: Forward School: Iowa State Overview: White would be a top-10 pick if it weren’t for his well documented anxiety disorder. White is a strong, energetic forward who can get to the rim at will. White led the Iowa State Cyclones in an upset over the reigning champs […]
Rondo and Garnett among NBA’s most popular jerseys internationally The NBA released it’s top-10 internationally sold jerseys on Thursday. Kevin Garnett was the fourth most popular jersey, while Rajon Rondo’s #9 sold the seventh most. Both Celtics’ players ranked above the likes of Carmelo Anthony, Blake Griffin and Kevin Durant. Arch-rival, Kobe Bryant, was the […]
The Miami Heat crushed the Oklahoma City Thunder, 121-106, to win the NBA Finals Thursday. LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh all played great, but it was Mike Miller who sparked the Heat’s fire in Game 5. Miller came off the Heat bench for 23 points on 7-for-11 shooting in 23 minutes of playing […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
In the waning minutes of Game 6 of the Eastern Conference Finals, the Celtics were down 20 points on their home court. The Big 3 and Rajon Rondo found themselves sitting on the bench watching the reserves play mop-up duty. Many of the fans at the TD Garden, with the game so clearly out of […]
LeBron James had a historic effort in Game 6 against the Celtics, going for 45 points, 15 rebounds and 5 assists (Wilt Chamberlain is the only other player in NBA playoff history to do something like that). And he did it for…the Cleveland Cavaliers! Yay! Wait…
LeBron James scored 45 points and grabbed 15 rebounds, and the Miami Heat cruised past the Boston Celtics in Game 6 of the Eastern Conference Finals, 98-79. Rajon Rondo had 21 points and 10 assists but also seven turnovers, as the Celtics now find themselves with their backs against the wall facing a Game 7 […]
Say what you want about LeBron James, but he was absolutely outstanding against the Celtics in Game 6, finishing with 45 points on 19-of-26 shooting. Then, on his way off the court, a Celtics fan honored LeBron’s magnificent performance by pouring beer on his head. What’s your reaction?
The Boston Celtics continued to deny the media narrative of them being too “old-and-slow” throughout this postseason (and the last four), defeating the Miami Heat 94-90 on Tuesday to take a 3-2 lead in the Eastern Conference Finals.