// Scot Pollard

Celtics Player Review: Brian Scalabrine

The token white guy riding the bench through most of the season, Brian Scalabrine will still remain a fan favorite in Boston despite the numbers that he puts up. Although he played a bit more than his white counterpart, Scot Pollard, Scal still did not deliver impressive numbers this season. I understand that if he […]

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 […]

Celtics Player Review: Scot Pollard

I had high hopes for Scot Pollard coming into the 2007-2008 season. I figured Pollard, penciled in as the No. 2 center behind Kendrick Perkins, would see an increase in playing time from the previous season. As soon as the season really got going, though, I found out that Pollard just isn’t that good. Pollard […]

Season Over: How did it Look?

Now that the Celtics regular season is officially over, we can take a look at it overall. Unless you have been living under a rock all of the NBA season, then you know that the Celtics were at least good. They have been better than good and that is exactly why they finished their season […]

Celtics Four-Point Play (3-6)

Here’s the Celtics Four-Point Play, which is a day late today due to the Pistons game Wednesday night. I will cover Kendrick Perkins’ resurgence, Sam Cassell’s trip to Maryland, Gabe Pruitt going to Utah, and Scot Pollard’s season-ending injury.  1. In his last three games, Kendrick Perkins has averaged 13.3 points (67% FG), 13.7 rebounds, […]

Celtics Making the Grade at Season’s Midpoint

The Celtics have played 41 games. They have remarkably won 34 of them. Thus, it should come as no surprise that the Celtics midseason report card will feature many outstanding grades. Let me start by giving Danny Ainge and Doc Rivers each an A for their outstanding performances. Danny gets the mark for bringing in […]

C’s Dethrone Kings

The Celtics easily handled the washed-up Kings, combining stifiling defense with uncanny 3-point accuracy in an 89-69 drubbing (NBA.com Box Score). Ray Allen led 5 Celtics in double figures with 17 points, while Kevin Garnett added 14 points and 10 rebounds. James Posey contributed 11 points off the bench in the win. The old Sacramento […]

Celtics Four-Point Play (10/31)

Here’s the Celtics Four-Point Play to appear every Wednesday on Sports of Boston. This is where I will compile four (4) small and related Celtics facts and offer my own spin on a variety of Celtics news stories. The general format will be a short blurb about the story first, then my reaction tabbed underneath […]

Scot Pollard Returns to Practice

According to Celtics.com’s Peter Stringer, center Scot Pollard has returned to the practice court following a left ankle injury. Yeah, I’m talkin ’bout practice. Reserve center Scot Pollard took to the practice floor Monday for the full session, and he was upbeat about returning to action, noting that he was taking “baby steps” toward being […]

Player Preview: Scot Pollard

New center Scot Pollard, above, will look to bring the C’s energy off the bench this season.(Courtesy of deadspin.com) Probably more known for his hairdos than his ability as an NBA center, Scot Pollard brings the Celtics added muscle to the front court. The eccentric 6’11” big man was signed August 7 to a one-year […]

Celtics introduce Pollard and House

Scot Pollard, center, Boston Celtics, shoots a free throw as a member of the Cavs last season. (Photo Courtesy of NBA.com) On Thursday, August 9, the Celtics officially announced the signings of center Scot Pollard and guard Eddie House. Both players arrived in town on Wednesday, and took physicals Thursday before inking their contracts. They […]