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.
Sean Deveney of the SportingNews joined the guys on Thursday to recap a wild trade deadline in the NBA. Hear what the Cavs’ roster blowup means for the Celtics, and how the Lakers set themselves up for a big future.
By Aaron Jackson, News that the Los Angeles Clippers have dealt Blake Griffin to the Detroit Pistons for Avery Bradley and Tobias Harris has got me thinking as the NBA Trade Deadline approaches (February 8th). What, if anything, can the Boston Celtics do to improve their roster? Here are 5 deals that Danny Ainge could […]
A. Sherod Blakely joined the show Wednesday to give an update as the Celtics continue their west coast trip, offer the latest on Marcus Smart’s injury, and discuss a potential Gordon Hayward return in 2018.
Trenni Kusnierek of NBC Sports Boston joined the show Wednesday and covered the Boston Beat from Sunday’s AFC Championship game, Anthony Davis trade rumors, and whether or not the Red Sox will actually make a move in the four weeks before pitchers and catchers report.
Celtics’ insider, Chris Forsberg, of ESPN Boston joined the show on Tuesday and believes we may see Gordon Hayward in uniform for the Celtics by the end of the season.
Mathew Cunha believes the Bruins path to a championship this season is clearer than that of their T.D. Garden roommates.
Boston Celtics’ legend and team broadcaster, Cedric Maxwell, joined the show on Wednesday to talk about Isaiah Thomas returning to the Garden on Wednesday night and the time Maxwell spent touring Europe and playing against the Globetrotters for Kareem Abdul-Jabbar’s All-Stars.
It would be “Nomar doesn’t get dealt for Magglio Ordonez” level awkward, except this time it would be with two members of your starting five.
To me, there was no grand plan, it was all talk. Furthermore, it seemed the rest of the league was willing to sit back and call your bluff rather than get baited into dealing with you, the “Grand Fleece-r.”