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Gerald Wallace has been the invisible man since the trade was finalized to bring him to Boston. Rest assured, though. He does exist.
Not only is Wallace real, but when he is healthy, he is also real good. The man known as “Crash” was a joy to watch in his prime, particularly his 6 1/2 seasons with the Charlotte Bobcats. To this day, the 2009-10 Bobcats, the only team in franchise history to make the playoffs to this point, remain a cult favorite among diehard NBA fans for their all-out, take-no-prisoners style.
The days of diving headlong into the front row and scrapping for loose balls are not behind Wallace yet, but the collisions have taken their toll on the 30-year-old. Once a relatively decent offensive threat based on pure hustle alone, Wallace was virtually left unguarded by many opponents last season. Just three years ago, Wallace boasted a 3-point percentage of 37 percent, but he barely made 28 percent of his attempts in his lone season in Brooklyn while missing 13 games wi...
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Kris Humphries’ ex-girlfriend, Myla Sinanaj, is reportedly releasing a sex tape. It’s a career move. She wants to be just like Humphries’ ex-wife Kim Kardashian. “I may not like Kim, but she was smart and she's sexy and I look a lot like her so why not make a tape and make millions and get a reality show?” Sinanaj told TMZ.
The Brooklyn Nets are set to introduce Kevin Garnett and Paul Pierce at a press conference on Thursday at the Barclays Center. For the first time, Garnett and Pierce will hold up their new Nets jerseys and talk about their opportunity to compete for an NBA title in Brooklyn. On Monday, Boston Celtics president of basketball operations Danny Ainge explained
Even though most of the focus on newly acquired players Kris Humphries and Gerald Wallce is on their contracts and if they will even suit up in green, also acquired teammate Keith Bogans thinks the pair have plenty left to give.
This from Jay King at Masslive.com:
“I think a lot of people don’t realize that we played a lot of iso, one-on-one basketball,” Bogans said Monday...
Here's something you should know about Turkish sports media before you read this post: They love creating transfer rumors, especially when it comes to soccer. NBA trade deadline day could be slow compared to any given off-season day in Turkish sports.
That being said, a Besiktas news website has just reported that Colton Iverson has agreed to terms to play in Turkey for Semih...
According the the Boston Globe, the Boston Celtics have signed undrafted rookie point guard Phil Pressey to a multiyear contract. The specifics of the contract have not yet been released, although it is known that the contract will be partially guarenteed. After going undrafted, the Celtics immediately reached out to Pressey about joining the club's summer league team. In the...
The Celtics are now Rajon Rondo's team. The transition began over the past two seasons, but now with Doc Rivers in LA, and Paul Pierce and Kevin Garnett in Brooklyn — the reigns have officially been given to the Celtics point guard.
For the past six seasons, Rondo has been little brother to Pierce, KG, and once upon a time, Ray Allen. Now a rehabbing Rondo finds himself as...
Anyone who frequently listens to one of my podcasts on CLNS Radio will hear me bristle when Celtics President of Basketball Operations Danny Ainge is attacked on the show. The other night while hosting a tribute program for Paul Pierce and Kevin Garnett, one caller said that Ainge is “dead” to him for trading Pierce to the Nets. I immediately fired back that “Ainge is a warrior”...
Another busy week in the Celtics world. Both the Nets and Celtics introduced their players acquired in the blockbuster trade that sent Pierce and Garnett to New Jersey officially last week. There was Kris Humphries' "bad" attitude, Paul Pierce's touching send off and, of course, an update on what Charles Claxton is up to. We've got it all covered. Check out...
The Boston Celtics rebuild got a considerable yet understated shot in the arm with the trade involving Kevin Garnett and Paul Pierce moving to the Brooklyn Nets. The deal also included a trade exception for the C's, which could prove to be a valuable asset over future seasons when the rebuild starts to take shape. It's not surprising that this hasn't been widely reported...
Just because you sort of look like Kim Kardashian and you slept with her ex-husband, doesn’t necessarily mean you are going to make millions of dollars if you make a sex tape like her.
But, that is Myla Sinanaj hopes happens after she shot a scene with Vivid videos.
Myla tells TMZ, “I may not like Kim, but she was smart and she’s sexy and I look a lot like her so why not make...
Kevin Garnett said last year that Jeff Green has a chance to be one of the greatest players in NBA history. The Celtics are about to test Garnett’s theory, big time.
Green, who spent much of last season as the fourth offensive option behind Paul Pierce, Garnett and Rajon Rondo, respectively, will start next season without at least two and perhaps all three of those players. Pierce...
Back on draft day when it was announced that Paul Pierce and Kevin Garnett were going to be traded, the immediate thing that crossed my mind was how emotional it will be to attend their first game back at the Garden next season. I get goosebumps just thinking about. To no surprise, Pierce has been thinking about it a lot too. From Sports Illustrated's Chris Mannix:
For all the success Doc Rivers had as the head coach of the Boston Celtics, he knows plenty about devastating losses. The Celtics came close to winning their second championship under Rivers multiple times after they won an NBA title in 2008. In 2010, Boston lost a gut-wrenching Game 7 to the Los Angeles Lakers [...]
Now that Paul Pierce, Kevin Garnett, and Jason Terry have been shipped to Southern New York, the Boston Celtics find themselves in the midst of a full-blown rebuild. The past few weeks have been extremely emotional for green teamers but let's face it, we all knew that this day would come and we've had a decent amount of time to prepare ourselves for it. It all started...
As most Celtics fans can imagine, it took a little convincing to get Kevin Garnett to waive his no trade clause to get him to Brooklyn. According to Chris Forsberg of the worldwide leader local branch, Pierce had to convince KG with a 90 minute phone call to accept the trade to Nets.
Pierce detailed how he had to initially talk KG into trade. Said they had a 90-minute phone conversation...