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 Mark Paulette Even before Gordon Hayward’s shocking and sickening fractured ankle suffered just five minutes, 15 seconds into the NBA season, the fate of the Celtics was written. It was written before either team took the court Tuesday night in Cleveland. How exactly does this relate to Tom Brady? And why on earth is […]
Chris Forsberg of ESPNBoston.com joined Jim Churchill, Mark Paulette and Ernie Clark to break down the Celtics trade of Isaiah Thomas for Kyrie Irving. Listen to the audio below and hear Chris’s thoughts on what the Celtics will look like next season and how this shifts the power in the NBA’s Eastern Conference. Part I […]
By Aaron Jackson I’ll admit it. I fell into the Cavs’ trap. “They turn it on when they need to.” “There’s so much talent on this team.” “You can’t lose with LeBron.” These are all opinions I’ve heard and believed and against the Boston Celtics they weren’t wrong. But the Golden State Warriors are not […]
By Mark Paulette Tom Brady. LeBron James. The two most recognizable athletes in their respective sports per ESPN’s recently released “World Fame 100” and the two most polarizing athletes as well. For 17 years, Brady has been deified in New England and resented everywhere else. Since jumping from high school to the NBA in 2003, […]
By Aaron Jackson ESPN recently came out with its annual “World Fame 100” list, ranking the most famous athletes in the world. Topping the list are a number of soccer players, tennis stars and others that the US frankly doesn’t care a whole lot about. They use a number of different pieces of data to […]