// Jeremy Lin

Celtics Report Card: A Week to Forget

The NFL season is over. As if that wasn’t miserable enough, the Boston Celtics were unable to vanquish their most hated and bitter rivals (the Los Angeles Lakers), losing when Pau Gasol’s ugly mug and disgusting neckbeard scared the ball away from the basket at the end of overtime. Then they couldn’t even bounce back […]

SoB NBA Power Rankings: Week 7

1)  Chicago Bulls (23-6) – The Bulls are rolling over teams right now. That, combined with a semi-rough week out of OKC, puts Bulls are back on top. Seriously, four straight blowout wins on the road. Impressive. 2)  Oklahoma City Thunder (21-6) – OKC suffered two losses this week which pushes them down into the […]

The Atlantic, Week 5: Paul Pierce and a Recent Harvard Grad Trending Up

Prepare for yet another installment of “The Atlantic,” Sports of Boston’s weekly look at who’s ‘trending up’ and ‘trending down’ in the NBA’s Atlantic Division! Paul Pierce is the hottest player in the Atlantic division, but do the Knicks have a new star? And are the Sixers on the brink of being considered a contender? […]

Lin, Wright Lead Second Half Comeback to Upset Eagles

Play with fire enough and you will eventually get burned. Consider the Eagles torched. Boston College, for the fourth consecutive game, played a sloppy, lifeless second half. Unfortunately for the “Super Fans” in Silvio O. Conte Forum, the Eagles did not have a double-digit cushion to make up for its lack of play resulting in […]

Pesky Crimson Come From Behind to Surprise Terriers

A lack of depth has haunted Boston University all season, and this game’s outcome proved no different. Scott Brittain, B.J. Bailey, and Valdas Sirutis were inactive for the game against the Crimson. The upbeat, high scoring game proved costly for the lack of Terrier depth, as Harvard came out on top 78–70 on Sunday. Entering […]