// Zach Randolph

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 18

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 Shaquille O’Neal (C), Cleveland Cavaliers The Cavs’ […]

Fantasy Basketball Roundup: Week 9

I hope the holidays were pleasant for everyone out there. During these hectic times, some people may get caught up in the yuletide spirit and forget to set their rosters each day. I myself was one of these people, and as a result, I lost both of my matchups last week. Oh well, live and […]

Fantasy Basketball 2009-10 Draft Preview

The 2009-10 basketball season is just a couple days away and many fantasy leagues will be drafting their teams this weekend. This is why I took it upon myself to comprise a top-10 list for each position, along with likes/dislikes. In addition to the lists, I will give you the secret to finding success when […]

Celtics Surge Past Clippers 90-77

As Kevin Garnett starts to get eased back into the Celtics rotation, the Celtics defense continues to strengthen. Garnett played nearly 18 minutes and finished with 12 points on 5-5 shooting Monday night for the Celtics. More important, the C’s defense continued its improvment in a 90-77 win over the Clippers. “We have such a […]

Pierce Hurt in Loss Against Clippers

The injuries keep piling up for the Celtics. Already without Kevin Garnett and Brian Scalabrine, the C’s lost Paul Pierce for a time because of a dislocated thumb. The captain later returned with his thumb wrapped up, but it was not enough in a 93-91 loss against the Clippers. Pierce led the team with 20 […]

Scalabrine Clutch as Garnett-Less Celtics Win

Nothing gets me more excited than a Brian Scalabrine three-pointer. I’ll admit it’s a rare sight, as Scal rarely sees actual game action. Before Tuesday night’s game against the Knicks, Kevin Garnett was suspended for an “altercation” with Bucks center Andrew Bogut. In KG’s place was Scal, and that set the scene for a dramatic […]

The New York Knicks: Still a Joke

Hey Knicks fans, enjoying that strong start? Well enjoy it while it lasts. This team is not going to work as constructed. They can’t compete with any team in the top tier of the NBA. They can’t even keep a set rotation, which will not breed the chemistry necessary for the team to gel…and they’ve […]

Celtics Sweep Season Series Against Knicks

Once again the Celtics took another meaningless game and ran away with it. However, they would do it without the help of Paul Pierce, Ray Allen, and Kevin Garnett. Doc Rivers decided to give his all stars the night off again as the Celtics would go on to beat the Knicks 99-93 and sweep the […]

Kendrick’s Perks Help Beat the Knicks

The Celtics took care of the Knicks 109-93 at Madison Square Garden behind a career-high 24 points from Kendrick Perkins. The center’s perks include those 24 points, 8 rebounds, 2 steals, and 1 blocked shot. Perk shot 9-12 (75%) from the field and a perfect 6-6 from the FT line. Knicks big men Eddy Curry and […]

Celtics Rivals Preview: New York Knicks

The Knicks will need a strong season from new power forward Zach Randolph, above, if they want to get back to the playoffs.(Courtesy of NBA.com) The Celtics weren’t the only Atlantic division team active this off-season, as the Knicks again tried to restructure their team by acquiring PF Zach Randolph from the Trailblazers and more […]