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Meet Kicker Shayne Graham

With Stephen Gostkowski sustaining a season-ending thigh injury this past weekend against the Cleveland Browns, Greg A. Bedard reports that the Patriots will be looking to Shayne Graham to close out the season at the kicker position. Graham, who made 23 of 30 field goals last season, was let go by the Bengals after missing […]

LeBron’s New Commercial: Failure Any Way You Look at it

During the Celtics game against the Heat, I was content pretty much the entire time. The team played outstandingly well, Miami flopped, and the Celtics got the win. What more could you ask for? I enjoyed every part, except one. One blemish on an otherwise great night with my friends, watching my favorite sport. The […]

Tech-Talk: How the New Rules Could Ruin the NBA

The whistle from an NBA referee is an unmistakable sound if you’re a basketball fan. Regardless of whether you’re going to like the call or not, it means the game has to be stopped, everything has to be put on hold for a couple of free throws, a turnover, a timeout, whatever. What’s even worse […]

Deion Branch to the Patriots?

Matt Pepin of Boston.com reports that there is a possibility Deion Brach could have a reunion with the New England Patriots. The Seahawks receiver has been rumored to be questioning his future with the team, and has stated he would return to New England if the cards happened to fall that way. Although not the […]

Kendrick Perkins Hoping for New Contract With the Celtics

Gary Washburn of Boston.com reports that Celtics center Kendrick Perkins wishes to remain a Celtic after completing the last year of his contract this season. By his standards anyway, Perkins was having a solid year and playoff run, averaging 10.1 points and 7.6 rebounds (regular season) before suffering a season-ending knee injury in Game 6 […]

A Letter to Brian Scalabrine: It’s Not Goodbye, it’s “See You in Chicago”

Dear Brian, Matt Pepin of Boston.com has reported that you are officially out of Boston, having signed a non-guaranteed deal with the Chicago Bulls. As I read the piece, I realized that a true fan favorite has left our beloved team. We at Sports of Boston are glad that you have signed another contract, even […]

Adam Morrison Works Out for the Celtics

Adrian Wojnarowski reports that the Boston Celtics have had free agent forward Adam Morrison work out for the team. Morrison worked out for the Celtics staff on Tuesday, and apparently was planning on doing so again Wednesday. The 3rd overall pick in the 2006 draft, Morrison has had a lackluster NBA career to say the least. […]

It’s a Miracle: Welker to Play in Week 1

It all seems to be over just as quickly as it began. With the Wes Welker saga coming to a close, everyone in New England can breathe a sigh of relief. Sept. 12 is when New England’s favorite receiver  takes the field again, in a healthy state no less. The memories of a teary-eyed number […]

It’s the Truth: Pierce Retiring After Current Contract

The end is near. The apocalyptic event that will inevitably come crashing down on the Celtics is dawning on the organization. It’s something that nobody wants, but everyone knows it has to come at one time or another. A nation’s leader, loved by his people will be sailing off into the sunset, or in this […]

Could Rondo Start for Team USA?

Gary Washburn of Boston.com reports that Rajon Rondo could be the starting point guard for the star-studded team USA this year. Rondo started in the USA’s blowout over France, an 86-55 win, and looks like he could be in a prime position to make the starting five in this year’s FIBA World Championship. The team […]

Scalabrine Possibly Heading to Europe: What Would This Mean?

According to Mark J. Miller of Yahoo! Sports, reports are surfacing that 32-year-old fan favorite Brian Scalabrine maybe be saying farewell not just to the Celtics, but the entire NBA, to the dismay of many Celtic fans. According to reports, there is a possibility that Scal could be on his way to signing a deal […]

Celtics: Look Before You Leap into the Chris Paul Bandwagon

Word on the street is that Chris Paul wants out of New Orleans, and he wants out now. Being one of the premier point guards in the league, if not the best, he’ll undoubtedly have no problem finding a gig in another city, should this request really solidify. It seems there’s a vibe going around […]