By Matthew Cunha The Boston Celtics have won 6 out of their last 7, are now 19-13 and in third place in the Eastern conference. Before this last stretch, the Celtics struggled mightily and many were doubting their ability to contend. With 8 of their next 12 games at home, the Celtics look like they […]
By Mark Paulette (Check out yesterday part one.) 8. Al Horford Ships up to Boston, 7/2/16 – “The Boston Celtics can’t lure a top free agent they said.” [Insert Dwight Schrute “False” meme]. Al Horford penned a 4-year, $113-million deal with the C’s, bucking said trend and bringing his 4x All Star resume to Beantown. […]
By Mark Paulette I wanted to get excited for the Boston Celtics this year. I wanted it so desperately, I pleaded with the team to earn back my trust in a heartfelt letter posted to this very blog the day the C’s tipped off their campaign. But they did little that night to show […]
By Aaron Jackson To celebrate Halloween, let’s take a look at five different stories and athletes in the sports world and try to figure out, are they tricks, or are they treats? I will make the case for both, then let you decide. Al Horford Treat: This guy is a stud! Won […]
Celtics legend and current radio broadcaster, Cedric Maxwell joins Jim Churchill, Jeff Solari and Aaron Jackson to preview the Celtics 2016-17 season as they tip off with the Brooklyn Nets tonight at the TD Garden.
Dear Celtics: Casual Fan Searching for More Remember the times we used to have? I never played basketball growing up, I never followed the sport or a team closely until you came along. Originally, I never paid you much attention. I was young and naïve. The Red Sox had won two championships, the Patriots three. […]
John Farrell has had a roller coaster season. During Spring Training the hot topic was how long the leash was going to be after 2 straight years in the cellar. Then the unexpected happened, the team came out swinging, putting up historic offensive numbers and his job looked safe. That has waned in a […]