// Glen Davis

Can an NBA Lockout-Shortened Season Benefit Aging Celtics?

35, 34, 36, 39, 25. Those numbers represent the ages of the Celtics’ starters if the season was to start in October. Rajon Rondo of course is the youngest at 25 and Shaquille O’Neal is the eldest at 39. (If you want to guess the other three go ahead, it doesn’t matter anyways). No matter how […]

2011 Celtics Free Agent Report: Glen ‘Big Baby’ Davis

Glen Davis would be a whole lot richer if NBA GMs ignored this past postseason. Davis was a candidate for sixth man of the year after averaging 11.7 points and 5.4 rebounds. Then, the playoffs came and Davis fell apart, as he averaged just 4.9 points and 3.6 rebounds and possibly cost himself millions of […]

Amber Alert! Missing Baby! What Happened to Glen Davis in the Playoffs?

Down 3-1 to the Miami Heat, the Celtics are on the brink of elimination and possibly the end of the new “Big Three” era. Clearly things haven’t exactly followed the blueprint in the playoffs for Boston, but why? One big problem is the production, or lack of production, from one big baby. Glen Davis has […]

Celtics Survive Their Own Collapse to Sweep Knicks

Chicago couldn’t do it. Miami couldn’t do it. Boston could. The Celtics punched the first ticket to the second round on Sunday, beating the New York Knicks 101-89 to complete the sweep. Carmelo Anthony’s 32 points couldn’t help the Knicks, who shrank a 23-point lead to four, but couldn’t complete the comeback. Glen Davis started […]

Backup Plan: Celtics Bench Must Be Better In the Playoffs

The Celtics have a commanding 3-0 series lead and won last night’s game running away, but there is still a glaring issue that will have to be fixed if they expect to win in the later rounds. The Bench. The Knicks bench has outscored the Celtics bench so far this series 98-35. The Celtics bench […]

Celtics Can’t Grab Any End of Year Hardware

A day after Celtics forward Kevin Garnett came in a distant second behind Dwight Howard in the running for defensive player of the year, another C’s forward came up short for another end of the year award. It was announced earlier this week that Lamar Odom would be named the NBA’s Sixth Man of the […]

“The Big 4” Sit as Celtics Close Out Season With Win Against Knicks

It was supposed to be a preview of arguably the most intriguing first round matchup of the playoffs, but with the “Big 4,” Carmelo Anthony and Chauncey Billups all watching from the bench it was more of a glorified pickup game. The Celtics bench got to play as the starters for the second straight night. […]

Delonte West Injured In Celtics’ Loss to Wizards in OT

Wait, what? Yes that is correct, the Boston Celtics dropped yet another game to the Washington Wizards on Monday night. Of course it was the Celtics “B team” that handed the Wizards the 95-94 victory. With Paul Pierce, Rajon Rondo, Ray Allen and Kevin Garnett out of action for Boston, the C’s bench just couldn’t […]

Rose, Bulls Topple Celtics 97-81

The Celtics struggled to find their offensive rhythm against the Chicago Bulls as they fell 97-81 Thursday night at the United Center. Derrick Rose stole the show once again for the Bulls, whose magic number is now one game to clinch the top spot in the East. Rose scored 30 points on 9-16 shooting and […]

Hawks Top Aging, Tiring Celtics 88-83

In yet another second game of a back-to-back on the road, the Celtics and their aging bodies and tired legs took their talents to Atlanta to take on the younger Hawks (who had Thursday off, while the Celtics beat the Spurs in San Antonio). The C’s had recently welcomed back Jermaine O’Neal, but were still […]

Rondo Out-Duels Parker in San Antonio, Celtics Win

Rajon Rondo has been in the NBA sine 2006; San Antonio Spurs point guard Tony Parker has been in the league since 1999. Rondo was named to the NBA All-Rookie Second Team; Parker was named to the First Team. Rondo is a two-time All-Star; Parker is a three-time All-Star. Rondo has one NBA Finals ring; […]

Hibbert Dominates Depleted Celtics Frontcourt, Pacers Win

After Tuesday’s game, it’s safe to say if the Celtics’ big men aren’t fully healthy, the C’s will get absolutely eaten up inside during the playoffs. Why? The proof’s in the pudding. Tuesday night against the Pacers, the Celtics were down to three healthy bigs (and I use the term “bigs” loosely) in Kevin Garnett, […]

Celtics Blow 25-Point Lead to Timberwolves, Hang on in Minnesota

The Boston Celtics are a cruel bunch of dudes. First, they quickly built a lead against the Minnesota Timberwolves so huge that it silenced the Target Center and sent fans scurrying to their phones for updates on the Twins. Then, they proceeded to blow that very lead, even giving the last-place Timberwolves the lead for […]

Powe, Tony Allen Return To Help Grizzlies Top Celtics

Entering Wednesday night’s contest, the Bulls held a half game lead over the Celtics for the top spot in the Eastern Conference. The Celts, therefore, needed a win to tie things up, but either way, the last 12 games of the season should be really interesting. Paul Pierce did all he could for the good […]

Big Baby, Allen Help Celtics Sting Hornets

If I told you on the second night of a back-to-back on the road, after an embarrassing loss to the Rockets, that Paul Pierce would shoot 1-9 from the field and Nenad Krstic would score 0 points, you would probably assume that’s an automatic loss. For the first two and a half quarters, you would have been […]