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Menino was doing so well with the Avery Bradley name drop, but then all of a sudden he drops the "KJ, which would be bad enough, but he proceeds to call Rondo "Hondo" (a couple of times). Hopefully he'll get the names down by the time our "Rolling Rally" gets going.
What an exciting game! I have to admit that I was very surprised that the officiating was even. Good job by the officials for the most part. But I know that the Heat fans didn't feel that way since they didn't get their usual +20 free throw advantage. It is just amazing how Heat fans turn on their own team and players. Wow! No loyalty whatsoever. My...
Kevin Garnett has looked particularly "old" at times over the past couple of years. However, as he's shown this year in the playoffs, any talk of the Celtics big man being washed up may be a little bit premature. Garnett has apparently found the fountain of youth in these playoffs, as he's playing some of the best basketball of his career. Garnett enters Tuesday...
BOSTON When Dwyane Wade shook loose from Marquis Daniels, stepped back behind the 3-point line and launched a shot that would win the game for one team or the other Sunday, the basketball was not the only thing that hung in the air.
If the entire TD Garden was on edge, nobody took a deeper metaphorical breath than LeBron James and Paul Pierce, spectators from their own benches...
*** WARNING: If you are superstitious, do not watch this video! *** Boston Celtics fans are pretty superstitious. I think most sports fans are. So, it’s hard to take even a quick sneak peak ahead at a potential NBA Finals match-up without jinxing our beloved Celtics. I wouldn’t dare do it. However, our friend Alex [...]
Back when the Celtics were two games below .500 at the All-Star break, it would have been hard to find anyone predicting they'd be in this position -- just one win away from the NBA Finals after a 94-90 victory over the host Heat in Game 5 on Tuesday night in Miami. The Celts got off to a horrible start this season, but director of basketball operations Danny Ainge said he...
Well, when I’m wrong, at least I admit it. I thought the Miami Heat had a terrible fans and it turns out I was wrong. They are there behind them 100% win or lose. When they lose, at least the team gave it their all, and what more can you ask for a team that was supposed to win seven championships?
Athletic competition has become almost devoid of true patience. Basketball, in particular is generally a rampage of emotion and speed that can be quite overwhelming. Patience has become a lost art in the world of sports.
It is the most important of the seven heavenly virtues. Patience is said to specifically oppose the vice of wrath. However, this is not something that is an exact...
Twitter / Pflanns: Chris Bosh is still a game via kwout
Why would Miami play the guy if he's not ready to go full bore?
Either Bosh is ready or he's not.... or Spoelstra is BS'ing us and he'll play 34 minutes.
Thanks to JHB in the shoutbox for the find.
Throughout his time in Cleveland, there were always rumors that LeBron James did not get along well with then-head coach Mike Brown. That seems to be the case anytime a team has several chances to win a championship and comes up short. If you ask Shaq, he’ll tell you LeBron never wanted to listen to Brown while he was playing under him. With that in mind, you have to wonder if...
Listen closely and you can hear a fan that refuses to believe that the Miami Heat are finished as he continues to encourage the team after their 94-90 loss at home to the Boston Celtics. The Heat face an elimination game against the Celtics in Boston on Thursday. BREAK UP THE HEAT!!!!
The kid is also needed at my bedroom door for the morning when one of my broads exits and must do her own Lebron James or Dwyane Wade walk of shame to her car. [Follow me @TravisHouser]