Tag Archives: Lebron James

The Celtics are ultimately doomed, and it’s Tom Brady’s fault

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 breaks down the Kyrie Irving/Isaiah Thomas trade

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 […]

A pure and pleasant hatred: the most detestable opponents in Boston sports

By Sterling Pingree There are inalienable rights as a sports fan. You have your favorite teams, you have your favorite players and you most likely have a favorite season. But deep down (perhaps in the place you don’t talk about at parties) sports fans also engender hatred for certain players. In Boston sports there have […]

The Drive Audio: Dalen Cuff Live from the Rio Olympics

We are smack dab in the middle of the Rio Summer Olympics and nobody is more in the midst of all the action than Dalen Cuff of Comcast Sports Net New England. Dalen joined Jim Churchill, Aaron Jackson and guest host Larry Mahoney from Rio with a full report from the games.       […]