Doron Lamb: 20 years old, 6’5″; 199 lbs School: Kentucky Position: Shooting Guard Background: Doron Lamb is one of the rare players who actually played for more than one season under John Calipari at Kentucky. After winning a national championship and being named to the All-SEC second team, Lamb decided to enter the NBA draft. […]
With the news that Brandon Bass will opt out of the remainder of his contract, the Boston Celtics now face the question of whether or not to sign him and for how much. In order to figure out if the Celtics should re-sign the 27 year old power forward, let’s take a look back at Bass’s […]
Moe Harkless: 19 years old; 6’8″; 208 lbs School: St John’s Position: Small Forward Background: Moe Harkless burst onto the scene in 2011 when he was named Big East Rookie of the Year. In his first collegiate season, Harkless averaged 15.5 points and 8.6 rebounds in nearly 36 minuets per game. Harkless is just 19 […]
Fab Melo: 21 years old; 7’0″; 255 lbs School: Syracuse Position: Center Background: Fab Melo made huge improvements in his game during his sophomore season at Syracuse. Melo was named Big East Defensive Player of the Year and was the anchor of Syracuse’s zone. He enters the NBA as a well polished rebounder and shot blocker […]
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 […]
Let’s not overreact. Let’s not do what The Sports Hub’s Felger and Mazz did today. Let’s not pretend what happened in Game 2 was something more than it really was. Paul Pierce recorded 36 points and and grabbed 14 rebounds in Game 2 against the Hawks. Is 36 points impressive? Sure. Is 14 rebounds impressive? […]
On March 15th, Danny Ainge and the Boston Celtics came ever so close to finally moving on from the Big 3. In the final hours of this season’s trade deadline, the Celtics had a trade in place to send the aging, injured Ray Allen to the Memphis Grizzlies for O.J. Mayo and a draft pick. […]
It’s been a strange NBA season to say the least. We had the lockout to start the season and that produced this ridiculous condensed schedule. There have been countless injuries, and of course the endless free agency speculation involving Magic center Dwight Howard. Despite all that, TV ratings are up over last year and the […]
We’ve made it. There was a period of time during the summer that I really didn’t know if there would even be a season this year, and here we are. All-Star weekend. With most teams about halfway through their seasons, I’m going to do something a little different. Here is a quick guide: Overachieving = […]
1) Chicago Bulls (23-6) – The Bulls are rolling over teams right now. That, combined with a semi-rough week out of OKC, puts Bulls are back on top. Seriously, four straight blowout wins on the road. Impressive. 2) Oklahoma City Thunder (21-6) – OKC suffered two losses this week which pushes them down into the […]
I know its Super Bowl week, but how ’bout a little NBA Power Rankings to hold you over?
This week’s theme: Separation. Things are really starting to sort themselves out, and the top teams in each conference are playing fantastic basketball right now. Not to mention that after two weeks on top, the Chicago Bulls have been knocked off their #1 spot.
The Celtics need to trade Paul Pierce. As a rational sports fan, I’ve come to realize that this is the best option. The Celtics aren’t going to win the NBA Championship this year, and they won’t be able to win it again with their current nucleus. So they need to blow it up. This starts […]
Three years. When the newest incarnation of the “Big Three” came together back in the summer of 2007, they were given a three-year window to revive Celtic pride and bring a few championships back to Boston. Three years. Danny Ainge and Celtics brass were willing to pull the trigger on deals to bring perennial All-Stars […]