For all the bluster and bravado that Boston fans are known for during this golden age of success, we’ll always have those scars of the Red Sox 86 years, the first 40 years of the Patriots, the Celtics post-Bird and Bruins post-Orr droughts.
Here are five things to consider as they get set to play the Cleveland Cavaliers.
Like many fans, Max was on the edge of his seat the entire night and even thought at one point he was still playing.
Here’s the thing about April in the NBA and I was yelling this from the top of the Greenway Equipment Studio in real time: APRIL IN THE NBA DOESN’T MATTER!!
Eric Wilbur of Boston.com joined the show on Wednesday to cover the Boston Beat and preview Bruins-Lightning Game 3.
Celtics legend, Cedric Maxwell, joined the show on Tuesday evening to talk about this current Celtics team as well as the potential which the future holds.
While the Yankees were busy trading a couple of Oldsmobile hubcaps and Ron Guidry’s mustache scissor for Giancarlo Stanton, the Sox brass were content to, I don’t know what. Figure out a way to reboot “Sox Appeal”?
The current Boston sports situation is further proof of just how spoiled we have become as we are on tap for two deep runs from two gutsy teams.
Celtics’ insider, A. Sherod Blakely, of NBC Sports Boston joined the show on Monday to rundown the growing laundry list of injuries which now includes Kyrie Irving (indefinite), Marcus Smart (indefinite) and Daniel Theis (done for the season).
With the Celtics fighting for an Eastern Conference crown, there comes a growing interest from veterans that may be bought out, or have already been bought out, by their respective teams. Here are five players the Celtics could bring into the fold.