Six weeks in now, and there’s still plenty to fight for. Neither #1 is at all safe, nor is any #8. Divisions, standings and everything else in the NBA is routinely getting tossed around without a moment to rest. With such volatility afoot, let’s look at what would happen if the playoffs started as of […]
We’re now in December, and the NBA races are still as close as ever. Both #1s are still very close. The teams continue to endlessly jostle at the bottom of the playoff standings. Even Washington finally won a game. Anyone could jump or fall several spots in the blink of an eye, so let’s look […]
We’re a month into the season now, and there’s no shortage of stories. Both conferences have new leaders, the races for #8 are as crowded as ever and the Wizards still have hope for a 0-82 season. It’s still a logjam up and down the standings, meaning anything can happen, so let’s look at what […]
Another week is over in the NBA, and no team has yet to carve out any sort of niche for themselves. The top of the West is looking to be a revolving door, while the Knicks are holding onto the East for now, but Miami can never be counted out. We’re seeing which select teams […]
Just two weeks into the season, the Lakers have already made a coaching change, even spurning Phil Jackson, who expected to return to the team. The Knicks are the only unbeaten team left, while the Celtics are taking a while to get their depth going. Memphis, San Antonio and Miami are going strong, and even […]
The NBA Finals are over, and the Miami Heat are World Champions. A triple-double has wrapped up MVP honors for LeBron James, who has captured his first ring. Tough luck for Kevin Durant and the Thunder, but congratulations to Miami for winning the first of not one, not two, not three….. So where does that […]
The NBA Finals are here, and it’s an explosive match-up between two very powerful teams. Will Oklahoma City’s youth or Miami’s Big Three carry the day? That’s what we’re here to predict. Overall, the Heat are predicted to come up short once again, once more denying LeBron James that elusive NBA title. It also looks […]
The Boston Celtics thanked their fans for their support during the team’s 2011-2012 season and playoff run with a video published on YouTube today. The video features a montage of highlights including two of the most memorable moments from the 2012 playoffs; Kevin Garnett‘s knuckle push-ups in the Eastern Conference Finals and the TD Banknorth […]
The Finals are set, and it’s the Heat against the Thunder. The Thunder finally broke through in San Antonio and never looked back, while the Celtics once again played a Game 6 like they knew there would be a Game 7 afterwards. Now, we get to see what should be one of the most exciting […]
The Celtics already should be inspired to win Game 7 Saturday night in Miami after an awful Game 6 loss, an amazing show of support from the TD Garden faithful and the fact that this truly might be the final run Kevin Garnett, Ray Allen and Paul Pierce together. But, leave it to the NBA […]
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 […]
So, there you have it. According to WMTW-TV (Maine) anchor Meghan Torjussen (or more likely her very confused producer), the Celtics are now down 2-1-1 in the best-of-7 series against the Heat.
The Boston Celtics held on and evened the Eastern Conference Finals at two games apiece with an overtime win over the Miami Heat, 93-91, Sunday night. The Celtics nearly let the win slip away, blowing an 18-point first-half lead.
Someone should probably tell the San Antonio Spurs and Oklahoma City Thunder that they’re wasting their time. For that matter, the NBA should just step in and cancel the rest of this Celtics-Heat series. What should have a battle between two ideologies–young vs. old, flashy vs. scrappy, the individual vs. the team–has been all but […]
The Boston Celtics threw everything they had at the Miami Heat in Game 2 of the Eastern Conference Finals Wednesday night. They overcame two second-half Heat leads, played their Big 4 for 43-plus minutes each, and even got a career-best 44 points from Rajon Rondo, who played the entire game. They did all that, and […]