After Stephen A. Smith reported earlier in the week that Kyrie Irving has expressed “every intent” to Brooklyn that he plans on signing with the Nets, Brooklyn cleared up $46-million in cap space(room for a max deal) Thursday afternoon. NBC Sports Boston’s Daniell Trotta joined the show to discuss the $200-million question, “is Kyrie as […]
It’s become fairly cliche to write a “reasons I’m thankful” article around the holidays, especially Thanksgiving for obvious reasons. But sometimes cliches are okay. After all, something wouldn’t be overused if it wasn’t good, right? So partly because of that, partly out of laziness, here’s my top-5 sports related items I’m thankful for this holiday season.
By Matthew Cunha The Boston Celtics signed the marquee free agent (at least of those actually available) of the summer. Gordon Hayward provides the Celtics with a much needed secondary scoring option which tremendously lowers the gap between Boston and LeBron James’s Cleveland Cavaliers. Find a rebounder and a post presence like Memphis’s Marc Gasol […]
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 […]
By Sterling Pingree The 2016-17 Boston Celtics season has come to a close and with all of the potential that this off season could have for the Causeway Street Crew, next year this team could look very different than the one we just spent 6 weeks watching in playoff games. (The NBA playoffs are just […]