// Rudy Gay

Pierce Rests, Celtics Lose Laugher to Bobcats, 100-74

Boston Celtics coach Doc Rivers decided to rest aging star Paul Pierce for tonight’s contest against the Charlotte Bobcats. Turns out he probably didn’t have to. None of Boston’s starters played more than 30 minutes as the Bobcats ran away with this one in the second half, outscoring the Celtics by 23 points en route […]

Garnett’s Big Night Pushes Celtics Past Raptors

Kevin Garnett scored 27 points and grabbed 10 rebounds in just 26 minutes of game play as the Celtics notched their fifth straight win by beating the Raptors in Toronto, 99-95. The Celtics trailed by 10 after three quarters, but Leandro Barbosa would not let his team fold. Barbosa scored 12 of his 14 points […]

Welcome to the Atlantic Division, Rudy Gay

On Wednesday, the Toronto Raptors acquired small forward Rudy Gay from the Memphis Grizzlies in a three-team, six-player deal that also involved the Detroit Pistons. In the trade, the Raptors sent point guard José Calderón to the Pistons, and power forward Ed Davis and a second-round draft pick to Memphis. With the move, general manager Bryan Colangelo hopes […]

Celtics Fall to Grizzlies as Avery Bradley Returns

The Boston Celtics continued their recent struggles last night and fell to the Memphis Grizzlies, 93-83. The loss was the fourth in a row for the Celtics, who are now three games under a five-hundred. Old Celtic friend, Tony Allen, proved to be the key to the Memphis victory as he had a season-high 15 […]

Man Arrested For Trying To Punch Rajon Rondo Outside Nightclub

A man was arrested for his role in an altercation outside a Lowell nightclub early Saturday morning. Eric Valarezo, 31, was charged with disorderly contact after police said he attempted to punch Rondo outside Brian’s Ivy Hall on Merrimack Street in Lowell. Rondo’s entourage, which included fellow NBA players Nate Robinson, Josh Smith and Rudy Gay, […]

LeBron James to the Knicks? Where Else Could He End Up?

It became apparent to me that I needed to write this article after ESPN’s post-game show did not talk about the Celtics for the first 20 minutes because they were too busy analyzing LeBron James. So here it is: It’s a little earlier than expected, but the time has finally come. Teams outside of Cleveland […]

Celtics Fall to Grizzlies in Boston for First Time Since ’06

OJ Mayo’s near perfect FG pct. was a microcosm of the near perfection the Memphis Grizzlies (34-31) achieved against the Boston Celtics (40-23) on Wednesday night at the TD Garden. The second year shooting guard out of USC made seven of eight shots for a total of 17 points, and went 2/3 from beyond the […]

Fantasy Basketball Roundup: Week 10

With the end of football’s fantasy season being so hectic, I have been neglecting my basketball teams lately. As a result, I dropped to 10th in one of my leagues, thanks in large part to leaving Kevin Durant on my bench all week. Yes, I know I have to get my s**t together, so don’t […]

Balanced Attack Helps Celtics Win 11th Straight Game

Six Celtics scored in double figures on Monday night. Six Grizzlies also scored in double figures. The Celtics shot over 50% from the field. So did the Grizzlies. Memphis even shot better than the Green from the line (90.9% – 76.2%). So, how did the Celtics come away with their 11th straight win, in a 110-105 […]

Powe Has Career Game in Celtics Win

Maybe the Celtics don’t need Kevin Garnett and Glen “Big Baby” Davis? OK, that’s a little ridiculous. But for now, it’s going to help the team for the playoffs that Leon Powe is getting all the big man minutes with KG, Baby, and Brian Scalabrine out of the lineup. And it’s starting to pay dividends… […]