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NBA Playoffs Second Round Predictions

One of the most exciting NBA playoff first rounds in recent memory finally came to an end last night. The NBA had its own March Madness, as there were five consecutive win or go home games over the weekend. Despite all the craziness surrounding the first round, there were only three series where the lower […]

Green Beats Buzzer to Nudge Celtics Over Pacers

The Celtics capped an 11-0 run to end the game on a beautifully executed Doc Rivers play and left Indianapolis victorious, beating the Pacers 83-81. Jeff Green handed the ball off to Kevin Garnett at the top of the key and slipped past a posted-up Paul Pierce for the screen on David West to find […]

Rondo, Celtics Suffocate Pacers to Earn Much Needed Win

The Boston Celtics, losers of four in a row going into Friday night, pulled away from the Indiana Pacers for a 94-75 victory. The Celtics led by as many as 24 in what was one of their most complete efforts of the season The Celtics got 18 points each from Rajon Rondo and Kevin Garnett, […]

Celtics Lose Stiemsma to Timberwolves, Sign Collins and Christmas

Greg Stiemsma is pulling a reverse Kevin Garnett and leaving the Boston Celtics to join the Minnesota Timberwolves, the team Garnett spent the first 12 seasons of his career with. Stiemsma signed a one year $3 million offer sheet from the Timberwolves. Since the Celtics don’t own Stiemsma’s Birds rights and are over the NBA’s […]

Celtics Tie Franchise Low for Points in a Half, Fall to Pacers

The Indiana Pacers had six players score in double figures to combat Ray Allen’s 23 points as the Pacers beat the Boston Celtics 87-74 Friday night. The Celtics scored a mere 25 points in the first half to tie a franchise low for points in a half. The Celtics tied the 25-point low that was […]

Hibbert Dominates Depleted Celtics Frontcourt, Pacers Win

After Tuesday’s game, it’s safe to say if the Celtics’ big men aren’t fully healthy, the C’s will get absolutely eaten up inside during the playoffs. Why? The proof’s in the pudding. Tuesday night against the Pacers, the Celtics were down to three healthy bigs (and I use the term “bigs” loosely) in Kevin Garnett, […]

Fantasy Basketball Roundup: Week 2

I hate basketball streamers. They are worse than people who stream pitchers in a baseball league. In one of my other leagues, there is a guy who has been streaming for four or more seasons, and it has resulted in four straight finals appearances and a championship. I personally don’t advocate streaming, I think a […]