The best young athlete in Boston is not one of the two promising stars on the 26-8 Celtics, nor is it someone from the AFC-leading Patriots or the reigning AL East- champion Boston Red Sox.
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.”
We talk Jayson Tatum, the maturation of Jaylen Brown and find out which bench player has surprised Sherrod the most.
By Aaron Jackson Before this year’s NBA Draft, the prevailing thought was that we would know Boston’s game plan after the picks were made. Very few thought that somehow Danny Ainge could actually somehow muddy the waters even more, but he found a way by trading away the #1 overall pick in exchange for the […]