In this edition of the J5, I give you our favorite Boston sports figures and who they would be if they were superheroes.
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).
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.
By Sterling Pingree It struck me on Monday night watching Kyrie Irving close down the Celtics 21st victory of the season that only 25 games into his tenure as a Celtic, that Kyrie Irving is probably the second best athlete in Boston sports right now. Of course this got me thinking about what a list […]
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.”
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Sox fans always need that big name to latch on to, to dream about during the winter months.
By Mark Paulette I’m all about the body of work argument when it comes to deciding whether one thing is greater than the other. You want to tell me Aaron Rodgers is the greatest quarterback because of the unparalleled skill he possesses at the position? That’s cool, so if he’s the greatest, why only the […]
When doing some research on his clutchness, I came across an interesting stat according to StatMuse’s Justin Kubatko from February 7th, 2017.
The @cavs Kyrie Irving has a scoring average of 6.9 PPG in 18 overtime games, 1.5 higher than any other player in the last 17 seasons.