// Chris Bosh

Burnt! Too Much Heat for Celtics To Handle In Game 1

The Celtics opened their second round series against the Miami Heat Sunday afternoon and the heater must have been on high, because the Heat dominated the Celtics as they lost Game 1 99-90. Tally one up for the new Big Three, who outscored the old big three 67-50. “I thought they were prepared, they were […]

Celtics-Heat Series Preview: The Road to the Title Still Goes Through Boston

There are going to be some great second round matchups in the 2011 playoffs, but Sunday’s game 1 between the Miami Heat and the Boston Celtics will kick off the series that everyone will have their eyes on. The starters for these two teams have combined for 69 All-Star appearances, 10 Championship rings, 5 NBA Finals […]

Video: Chris Bosh Flops Against Bulls

Waiting for the new-look Celtics to come on TNT Thursday night, many of you may have been watching the Bulls-Heat game, which was entertaining until the end. Heat forward Chris Bosh shot 1-18 and scored just 7 points against the Bulls Thursday night, and that’s not the worst thing he did. Playing against Carlos Boozer […]

All-Star MVP Bryant’s Double-Double Leads West Over East

On his home court and on the cusp of history, Kobe Bryant could not be denied. Bryant scored 37 while grabbing 14 boards, powering the Western Conference to its 24th victory at the NBA All-Star Game in Los Angeles on Sunday, beating the Eastern Conference All-Stars 148-143. Bryant, who collected three assists and three steals […]

Beat the Heat: Celtics’ 35-Point Third Quarter Powers Them to Top Spot in East

Coaches always stress that to win games in the NBA, you have to “play all four quarters.” But sometimes, all you need to do is play one quarter really well. The Celtics shot 83.3 percent in the third quarter of Sunday’s home game against the Miami Heat, scoring 35 points and building up a lead […]

Celtics Smoke the Heat 112-107

If the Miami Heat weren’t worried before, now might be the time to start. In a game that was never really close, the Celtics put on a virtual clinic beating the Heat 112-107 in a game they never trailed. The Heat kept insisting that they had become a better team since the last time these […]

Celtics Turn Up the Heat Against Miami in Season Opener

Fans might have a bit of déjà vu this upcoming spring since Tuesday night’s game between the Boston Celtics and Miami Heat seemed just like a playoff game. The weather was surprisingly warm, the T.D. Garden was packed, and two of what should be the Eastern Conference’s best teams met in quite possibly the most […]

Why Celtics Fans Should Love “The Decision,” Part II

I’ve showed you five of the 10 reasons Celtics fans should love LeBron’s decision to sign with the Miami Heat. I’m crazy, right? Wrong. Well…right. But wrong in this case. Here’s the final five reasons Celtics fans will be happy to have a big rival in south Florida. 6. Pat Riley continues to cast a […]

Why Celtics Fans Should Love “The Decision,” Part I

If you’re like me, you were sick of “The Decision” before it was even made. The hype of the last two years all collapsed into a 24-hour revolving door of rumors with no validity and endless speculation. “The Decision” came, it went, and I couldn’t be happier it’s finally over. Cleveland feels betrayed, okay I […]

Ten Things I Hate About “The Decision” Pt. 2

(And now, the exciting conclusion:) 6. What We Missed Out On “I couldn’t stop running it over and over and over in my mind: the vague and distant suspicion that we never understood what happened that night.” – Patrick Kenzie, “Gone Baby Gone” Here were the possible storylines coming out of free agency: LeBron goes […]

Ten Things I Hate About “The Decision” Pt. 1

WARNING: The following article may be suspected of baseless and fatalistic Internet whining, or of peanut gallery shots taken out of frustration.  It is guilty of neither.  I promise to offer at least as much substance as there is complaining within.  If unsatisfied by this list, you may exchange this story for a full refund […]

LeBron James Chooses Miami Heat

He arrived in a red checkered shirt and jeans, chomping on a toothpick, looking all too casual for such a regal courtship. Two-time reigning NBA MVP LeBron James wasted little time in announcing his decision to join the Miami Heat, putting an exclamation point on The Summer of 2010, the most ballyhooed offseason that professional […]

Report: LeBron James, Ray Allen to Join Miami Heat?

LeBron James has been interested in gathering the dream team, figuring that if one NBA All-Star can’t win an NBA Title by himself, maybe four future Hall of Famers can? How the hell is this even possible? There’s a reason the NBA Salary Cap is the most ridiculous in pro sports — because it ensures […]

Paul Pierce to Become Unrestricted Free Agent

ESPN has reported that the most exciting free agent class in the NBA’s history has now grown by one. According to the World Wide Leader, Paul Pierce has notified the Boston Celtics that he will opt out of the final year of his contract before Wednesday’s deadline, forgoing a guaranteed $21.5 million and becoming an […]

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 […]