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Celtics Get Blown Out By Lakers as Trade Deadline Approaches

Amidst rumors at last season’s trade deadline, the Celtics were also on an epic west coast road trip, but they had just won two games in a row. Many viewed the Celtics strong play after last season’s All-Star break as an emphatic statement that Paul Pierce and crew wanted to keep the band together for […]

BREAKING: Lakers Fire Mike Brown

All it took was a 1-4 start for the Lakers to part ways with their Head Coach. USA Today reports that the Lakers have fired Mike Brown. The team has been without Steve Nash for the past two games, and Dwight Howard, though playing, is still working his way back into shape after having offseason […]

The Celtics Quest For Banner 18 Begins Tonight

They said they were too old; They said they didn’t have an answer for the athleticism of the rest of the league; They questioned their heart, their talent and their drive, yet somehow the Celtics managed to take the indestructible Miami Heat to seven games in last season’s Eastern Conference Finals. Now one of their […]

Gortat Shines, Suns Burn Celtics

Marcin Gortat scored 22 points and grabbed 12 rebounds as the Phoenix Suns defeated the Rajon Rondo-less Celtics, 79-71 Friday night. Ray Allen led the Celtics with 14 points and Paul Pierce chipped in 12 points and six assists. Rondo looked on from the sidelines with a sprained wrist as the Celtics scored a season-low […]

Shaq and KG Lead Animated All-Stars

KG, Shaq & co. appeared on Fox’s “The Cleveland Show” on Sunday, and were thankfully as funny as they are talented on the court. During game moments, LeBron James even got an assist on Shaq’s bucket. And between KG, James, and Shaq all deciding not to dribble anymore, Dwight Howard getting emotional, Dirk Nowitzki getting […]

Kevin Garnett and Shaquille O’Neal to Appear on “Cleveland Show”

UPDATE: Hilarious. The episode’s up on Hulu in case you missed it. Be absolutely sure to check out the last line in the episode. Best ever. ——————– Before the All-Star Game in Los Angeles a week from Sunday, Kevin Garnett and Shaquille O’Neal will make a stop in Stoolbend, Virginia this Sunday. At 9:30pm EST, […]

Fantasy Basketball Roundup: Week 19

Every Monday, I will report on the events of the past week of fantasy basketball. I will go over each position and what particular player that week stood out from all the rest. As always, I will start off with this week’s notable injuries to report on. Injuries Tony Parker (PG), San Antonio Spurs Parker […]

Beasts of the East Defeat Best of the West in NBA All-Star Game

The Eastern Conference All-Stars defeated the Western Conference All-Stars 141-139 in front of the largest crowd to ever watch a basketball game. A record 108,713 NBA fans descended upon Cowboys Stadium to watch the best athletes in the world (the U.S. Basketball team – plus Dirk Nowitzki, Steve Nash, and Pau Gasol) put on a […]

Fantasy Basketball Roundup: Week 7

I mentioned last week how I had to face a notorious streamer in one of my leagues and my concern over whether or not my honest, clean-cut ways of playing would have me triumph over the forces of evil. As it turns out, good always beats evil as I won that particular matchup by a […]

Fantasy Basketball Roundup: Week 5

Man, I had some bad matchups in some of my leagues last week. They were almost as bad as Tiger Woods’ driving…BA-ZING!!!! No, seriously though, they weren’t too bad, I just needed an excuse to make a Tiger woods joke. I hope you enjoyed it. Hey, he wasn’t injured, therefore it is OK to make […]

Suns Run Past Celtics 110-103

Through the first six games, the Celtics had mostly dominated the competition, going 6-0. Friday night, the 4-1 Suns came to town with a fast-paced offensive style, looking to hand the Celtics their first loss this season. The two teams make up the typical Offense vs. Defense match-up: the Celtics hadn’t allowed any team to […]

Hill Chooses Suns Over Celtics

The Globe is reporting that Grant Hill has decided to stick with the Phoenix Suns. The Celtics, along with the Knicks, were also heavily pursuing the veteran forward. The deal is reported to be a two year contract worth about $3 million a year, with the second year being a player option for Hill. The Celtics […]

Fantasy Basketball Review: Week 19 (3-2 – 3-8)

There are only two weeks remaining in the fantasy regular season. With all the hype surrounding fantasy baseball in recent weeks, it is easy to forget that the fantasy basketball playoffs are quickly approaching. Don’t let baseball draft day preparation distract you from winning a league title in basketball. Otherwise, over 20 weeks of hard work […]

Fantasy Basketball Review: Week 18 (2-23 – 3-1)

There are only three weeks left in the fantasy regular season. If you are mathematically out of the playoffs then please don’t stop trying. I find that when I am in that situation, it is fun to play “spoiler.” If I face a team on the cusp of making it to the playoffs or facing […]

Rondo Celebrates Birthday With Career Game

The Suns had scored at least 140 points in three straight games, and were facing the defensive-minded Celtics without Kevin Garnett. Sure, Phoenix can score, but they haven’t really showed they can play defense. The Celtics took advantage of Suns’ weak defense in a 128-108 win, showing again that solid team defense almost always prevails […]