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Rajon Rondo was also on the sideline wearing a Wes Welker jersey. A pretty awesome way for some of the Celtics to spend their day off. For more on the Patriots, visit nePatriotsLife.com
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Larry H. Russell Picking Up The Pieces for the Boston Celtics … And It Ain’t Pretty Is anyone else getting concerned with Doc Rivers and these ‘moral victories’ when the team loses games in places like Milwaukee and Philadelphia? Since when did it get to this point with the franchise? And what’s even more [...]
That was quite the game. I'd rather have a 20 point lead going into the final 2 minutes. I'm too old for these close games. The guy predicting 2-12 for JET was pretty close, he finished 3-10. Like usual, there are the Paul Pierce wheelchair comments and the complaints about the refs and KG's screens. You can count on those like clockwork. They sure got worked up...
Welp, it’s a little late, but consider this a “late-night snack”. I was trying to find this pic all day, and the folks at Celtics Fanchat tweeted it just now. It’s our own Rajon Rondo talking with Patriots great Matt Light last night at Foxboro.
Rajon Rondo came out to support the home team New England Patriots as they took on the 11-1 Houston Texans at Gillette Stadium Monday night. The Celtics guard got the best seat in the house, cheering from the sideline where he sported a #83 Wes Welker jersey, the same one he’s worn to previous games. Head coach Doc Rivers was in attendance as well where he sat in on Belichick’s...
The Patriots’ record might not suggest that they’re the best team in the NFL right now, but their on-the-field product certainly suggests it.
After dismantling the Texans on Monday night, New England might appear to be the No. 2 seed in the AFC at the moment, but you would be hard-pressed to find a team playing better than Tom Brady and the Pats.
Everything seemed the be clicking...
The Celtics took 2OT to beat the Mavs at home, 117-115. Paul Pierce scored his 2300th career point and Rajon Rondo contributed with a near-triple-double, 16 points, 15 assists and 9 rebounds. Jared Weiss of CLNS Radio, Celticsblog’s Jimmy Toscano and Greg Payne of ESPNBoston.com discuss the game in the Garden Report! Filmed and produced [...]
The ringleaders of the Patriots dynasty, coach Bill Belichick and quarterback Tom Brady, cover the spectrum of Patriots/49ers during their Wednesday news conferences before media that cover the Patriots.
Listen to internet radio with CLNSRadio on Blog Talk RadioListen with the above widget at 9 p.m., call in at 347-215-7771 and subscribe to the podcast on iTunes.Jeff Green is playing his best basketball since coming to the Boston Celtics, Rajon Rondo remained pretty talented even after his two-game suspension, the Celtics responded to an overtime loss against Philadelphia by smoking...
Donald Trump had the right idea in mind when he wished the New England Patriots good luck before the team’s “Monday Night Football” game against the Houston Texans, but he made one mistake. He called Bill Belichick “Bob” for some reason:
Good Luck to Bob Kraft, Tom Brady and Coach Bob Belichick tonight.
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) December 10, 2012
I guess Trump...
It's hard not to be excited at the moment. The New England Patriots are on a seven game win streak, after pummeling the previously 11-1 Houston Texans 42-14. But the dust has settled. The Patriots are seen as powerful again. People are scared of the Patriots.But let me channel my inner Bill Belichick here. We did a lot of good things out there. But let's not get ahead...
Tip: 8PM Court: TD Garden Watch it: CSN, ESPN Hear it: WEEI
Referees: Joe Crawford, Derrick Collins and Mark Lindsay
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At Home: 7-4
On Road: 4-7
Streak: Won 1
Streak: Won 3
Buckets: Pierce (19.2 ppg)
Buckets: OJ Mayo (20.8 ppg)
Tom Brady may not have had much sleep on Sunday night — since he and wife Gisele Bundchen welcomed baby daughter Vivian Lake to the family on...
FOXBORO, Mass. — The Houston Texans may still own the AFC’s best record, but you can no longer call them the conference’s best team. That honor now belongs to the New England Patriots.
What was billed as the “game of the season,” heading into this week’s Monday Night Football showdown, turned out to be anything but. Tom Brady drove football after football down the throat...
On Wednesday night the Celtics hosted the Dallas Mavericks. Coming into the game the big storyline featured Jason Terry as he matched up against his former team for the first time since joining the Celtics this off season. Although Terry said it was just another game it's been well documented he wasn't pleased when the call never came for him to resign with the Mavs. In...