// Mike Gorman

Celtics Right Ship in Possible First Round Preview

Boston needed a win to keep pace with Chicago, and they got it Wednesday, beating the Indiana Pacers at the TD Garden 92-80. The first thing to note was that it was “Mike and Tommy” night at the Garden. CSN-NE broadcasters Mike Gorman and Tommy Heinsohn are in their 30th season calling Celtics games, making […]

Celtics Skin Bobcats on Road

It wasn’t a pretty game, but mostly for the Bobcats, who lost to the Boston Celtics 93-62. That’s the lowest number of points allowed by the Celtics in a game all season. With Shaquille O’Neal out one more game with a sore calf, Semih Erden filled in, and played 40:42. Charlotte started out good early, […]

Poor Officiating Gift Wraps Game For Raptors, Celtics Lose 102-101

Aside from the 1st quarter, the Celtics looked rather flustered and unable to do much with the ball. Coupled with horrendous officiating (Tommy Heinsohn will be hoarse until the Hawks game Monday with all the yelling he was doing), including a blatantly blown no-call on a foul at the end which directly decided the game’s […]

Celtics Handle Bucks in Potential Playoff Preview

Paul Pierce picked a great time to catch fire. The Celtic’s small forward scored 18 of his game-high 24 points in the second half, to help his team cruise past the Bucks 105-90 on Saturday night in Milwaukee. The Celtics won their 50th game of the season without Kevin Garnett, who was given the night […]

Celtics Finally Keep a Lead to Beat Raptors

It wasn’t always pretty, but the Celtics hung on in Toronto to win 115-104. You could tell it wouldn’t always be a fun night when Rondo and Ray Allen committed bad pass turnovers within 31 seconds of each other shortly into the game, with Rondo adding another later on. This led to the Celtics being […]

Diagnosing the Ailing Celtics

The NBA regular season is almost half-way over and the Boston Celtics sit at 27-13. The record has the Celtics atop of the Atlantic Division and leading the Toronto Raptors by 7.5 games. The Cleveland Cavaliers are the only Eastern Conference team with more wins than the C’s. Certainly, the Celtics are right where they want […]

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 […]