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A Celtics Opening Night to Remember

So there I was, walking out of North Station and heading to the TD Garden on Wednesday night for the Boston Celtics first home game of the year. It was early but there was still that feeling all Celtics fans get as they walk towards the Garden together. The Boston policemen were directing traffic in […]

Celtics Stuff Clawless Bobcats

The Celtics didn’t disappoint in their home opener Wednesday night, never trailing the Charlotte Bobcats and opening up leads as big as 33 points en route to a lopsided 92-59 victory at the TD Garden. The biggest question going into the contest was whether or not the Celtics’ legs would hold up after playing rival […]

Ray Allen Gives Celtics Win Over Bobcats in 2OT

Fans and sports radio hosts have been urging Doc Rivers to limit the minutes of his remaining two healthy stars, Paul Pierce and Ray Allen. That’s a tough task for any game, but an even tougher task in a double-overtime game. Pierce and Allen each played more than 46 minutes in a thrilling 111-109 win. […]

Doc Rivers to Suit Up Against Bobcats

With the Celtics facing a myriad of injuries, coach Doc Rivers has decided to make a shocking return to the NBA, 13 years after he retired from playing basketball in 1996. Danny Ainge signed Doc to a 10-day contract Wednesday morning to give the team an extra player in case of injury. “Looking through the […]

Celtics Suffer Humiliating Loss to Bobcats in OT

Good thing the Celtics started the season an NBA-record 27-2, because they have really fallen on hard times with bad losses against bad teams. Recently, they lost to the reeling Warriors and Knicks, and Tuesday night fell to the lowly Charlotte Bobcats, 114-106 in overtime. All five starters played at least 36 minutes for the […]

Celtics Hold Off Bobcats for Eighth Straight Win

The Celtics were playing their sixth back-to-back series in November, and it didn’t matter as they continued their winning ways with a 89-84 victory over the Charlotte Bobcats. Paul Pierce led six Celtics in double figures with 19 points, as all five starters played more than 30 minutes. Kendrick Perkins contributed 15 points, 12 rebounds, […]

Celtics Four-Point Play (4-9)

In this edition of the Four-Point Play, I will discuss the ridiculousness of Celtics playoff tickets, the recent play of the bench players, and the old Celtics at Fenway’s Opening Day. Also, in light of the recent NCAA Final Four, I’ll examine a couple players from Kansas, North Carolina, Memphis, and/or UCLA that I think […]

Celtics Role Players KO Bobcats

A team without Kevin Garnett, Ray Allen, and Paul Pierce played Saturday night against the Bobcats. The Celtics also basically played that way last year, finishing with 24 wins (Pierce missed a huge chunk of the season with an ankle injury). This year, it was a different result. Playing in their first game without the […]

Rondo Assists Celtics Past Pesky Bobcats

Rajon Rondo had himself a career game in the 108-100 Celtics win. While he might have had the potential signing of point guard Sam Cassell looming in the back of his mind, Rondo still showed that without a doubt he’s the top point guard on the Celtics, and perhaps the Atlantic Division. His career-high 16 […]

The Celtics are Human?

I surely didn’t see that coming. We just get so accustomed with the Celtics winning every game that we get shocked when they finally lose one. The C’s couldn’t win that elusive 10th game in a row, falling to the Bobcats 95-83 at TD Banknorth Garden in their worst effort of the season. Playing without […]

Ray Allen and Perk Shine in 2 Weekend Wins

Celtics center Kendrick Perkins was dominant Friday night against the Lakers.(Courtesy of NBA.com) GAME 1: Celtics 107, Lakers 94 In Friday night’s game against the Lakers, Kendrick Perkins showed that he really is a beast. Matched up against Andrew Bynum, Perk exploded for 21 points and 9 rebounds. He found a way to get open […]