By Mark Paulette, The 2019 NBA Awards took place Monday night in Santa Monica, CA. Rather than run through the best of the best in 2019, let’s flip the script and award the worst of the worst. It’s the 2019 NBA Razzies, as voted on by the listeners of The Drive. Worst Lead in a […]
Sean Deveney joined the show Monday to react to the NBA’s weekend blockbuster deal that sent Anthony Davis to the Lakers for Lonzo Ball, Brandon Ingram, Josh Hart and the #4 pick in Thursday’s draft. How does it effect the Celtics and the power structure in the NBA? Find out below.
Few people who have played in the NBA this millennium can hold their resume next to Dwyane Wade’s, and sorry to all you Celtics homers, but Paul Pierce is not among the select few.
The formula in the NBA is set. To be elite, you need at least one elite-level talent in your squad. But what if the star’s position is wrong in the Celtic’s winning formula?
On paper choosing the Clippers over the Lakers isn’t the most glamorous proposition but think about it this way.
Former-Charlotte Hornets Head Coach and Maine-native, Steve Clifford, joined the show on Monday to preview Celtics-Cavaliers game four, as well as the rest of the NBA playoffs.
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.
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!!
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.