// P.J. Brown

Video: CSNNE Shows Stark Difference Between Heat, Celtics Big 3’s

Nothing sums up the differences between the Heat and the Celtics than this video posted on CSNNE.com. This Miami Heat team has always been about flash and arrogance, as opposed to being able to get your hands dirty when you needed to in order to win the big game. The latter is exactly what the […]

Is Rasheed Wallace the New P.J. Brown?

Not too long ago, the Dale and Holley show on WEEI Radio made some comments about what Rasheed Wallace might be up to in his new retirement days. They revealed the fact that Wallace is still a resident of Massachusetts, living on the North Shore, leaving some speculation that Wallace may not have called it […]

Sam Cassell + P.J. Brown = Michael Finley?

When analyzing what Michael Finley‘s effect on the Celtics would be, I knew that I had to see exactly how he would fit into the Celtics’ rotation on a given night. After watching his first three games, it is pretty clear to me that he might be that veteran shooter that will guide the team’s […]

Globe: Brown Likely to Stay Retired

According to the Boston Globe, former Celtics forward/center P.J. Brown will likely be in attendance at New Orleans Arena Wednesday night when the Celtics take on the Hornets. Apparently, if he talks to Celtics brass, it won’t be about his return to the NBA. “It’d be great to get him back, but I just don’t think he’s coming back,” Doc Rivers said. […]

Will Antonio McDyess-It-Up in Boston?

I sure hope so. If Antonio McDyess joins the Celtics this season, he would have a similar impact that P.J. Brown did last season. Brown was not very effective during the regular season as he worked himself into playing shape, but when it came to playoff time, Brown was extremely effective. He hit huge shots […]

Celtics Player Previews: The Bench Centers

There is really only one bench center on the team by the nature of his height and that is Patrick O’Bryant. He will be accompanied some of the time by Leon Powe or Glen “Big Baby” Davis, who will also be filling in at center to spell Kendrick Perkins. Key Arrivals: Patrick O’Bryant Key Departures: […]

Celtics Player Review: Leon Powe

For all of the 2006-07 season and for the beginning of this past season as well, Leon Powe seemed nothing more than a guy riding the bench that might come in when the game is well out of reach or someone was in foul trouble. Powe proved that he was capable of playing significant minutes […]

Celtics Player Review: Glen “Big Baby” Davis

One of the most lovable players on the Celtics, Glen “Big Baby” Davis has started his career off with a bang. No, he did not have outstanding numbers or Rookie of the Year recognition, but Glen Davis did make a “bang” everytime he fell into the crowd or onto photographers somewhere during a game. The […]

Celtics Player Review: P.J. Brown

P.J. Brown, who was retired at the beginning the season, became a key player for the Celtics down the stretch. He may not have played in a lot of games in the regular season, but during the playoffs P.J. had the role of back-up center to Kendrick Perkins. The Celtics needed his veteran presence during […]

Celtics Pass With Flying Colors in 2007-2008

KC did a piece earlier in the Celtics season in which he reviewed and issued grades for each individual player on the team. Now that the season is over I’ll take a look at all of the players on the team and give them a grade and a little bit of review on how I […]

Hold the Champagne: Celtics Lose Tough Game 5

The Celtics fought the whole way after going down early in the first quarter by 19 points. However, they were not able to come back all the way against the Lakers in Game 5 of the NBA Finals as they had in Game 4. Eddie House hit a three pointer with a few seconds left, […]

Celtics Fend Off Lakers in the 4th; Lead Series 2-0

The game seemed to be just about over when the Celtics were up by 22 points late in the second half, but the problem was that they were playing Kobe Bryant and the L.A. Lakers who have played quite a few late-game upsets recently. However, the Celtics were able to hold the Lakers and take […]

Injured Pierce Returns, Leads C’s Past Lakers

The game went back and forth the whole night and it was a battle throughout, but the Celtics were able to pull off a victory in this historic revival of the old Celtics and Lakers rivalry. The Celtics won this one, 98-88, and took an early 1-0 series lead. There were some scary injuries, a […]

Celtics Survive Fourth Quarter Scare; Lead Series 3-2

The Celtics had a large 17-point lead towards the end of the game, but it was far from over. The Detroit Pistons are not a team that can easily be counted out when there are still several minutes of basketball to be played, and they proved that. The Pistons provided quite the scare late in […]

Celtics Finally Win on Road, Dominate Pistons

Kevin Garnett put the Celtics up by eight points midway through the second quarter with an emphatic dunk following a P.J. Brown block on the defensive end. It may not have represented a turning point in the game, but it certainly represented an exclamation point for the series: the Celtics are not dead and will […]