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Currently, Brandon Bass is trying to search his identity on the court with Doc Rivers’ team, his side job appears to be pretty successful with his great techniques on the mic.
The Boston Celtics forward has took his talents to another spectrum, off the court in the rapping industry. The former LSU Tiger uses music to embrace what gift life has given him, and displaying lyrics is how he tells his life story in a few words.
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With the Celtics struggling mightily of late, fans across the board are trying to find a scapegoat as to whom the problems begin with on their beloved team. While there may be a bit of fault from top to bottom, and no player exempt from blame one has to notice one specific area where a major change is needed on this roster. Since earning the trust of coach Doc Rivers, Jared Sullinger...
New Beyond the Arc with CSNNE's Jessica Camerato. This week she sits down with Celtics forward Brandon Bass.
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Kevin Garnett: 16 Points, 5 Rebounds
Garnett did not have a great night. The 5 blocks were great, but the rest of it was ugly. He wasn't great defending the pick and roll, he didn't rebound great, and he didn't shoot very well. The 16 points seem...
The Celtics have recently suffered from a lack of hustle, but that wasn’t what was plaguing them Thursday night.
After the 89-86 loss to the Knicks, Doc Rivers took to the podium and actually praised his team’s overall effort, noting that if he see the same going forward the team should be alright. The comments were in stark contrast to the coach’s statements after Boston lost...
Here's Doc's interview prior to tonight's highly anticipated Celtics/Knicks match-up.
Video courtesy of Chris Forsberg.
Everyone is waiting for Boston to make that inevitable run that the team always seems to have within it. The Celtics are a veteran team with championship aspirations and knows exactly how to pace themselves.
Something though seems off about the 20-20 Celtics and they seem much more in the thick of the fight near the bottom of the Eastern Conference.
In perhaps a motivational...
So, who is going to be the first guy out the door?
We are joking, of course. The Celtics are not going to ship out anybody as a knee-jerk reaction for a four-game losing streak, even if coach Doc Rivers did threaten moves just a few days ago if his players did not adjust their attitudes quickly. But anyone hoping for a reactionary move by Celtics president of basketball operations...
When a team is struggling, it’s never too soon to start talking about trades. The Boston Celtics have struggled to find their rhythm this season and a frustrating first half has been the result. Currently riding a five-game losing streak, a change could be coming for the Celtics.
On Sunday night, a furious Doc Rivers threatened major changes if things didn’t improve, sparking...
On Tuesday night the Celtics played their second of two road games, this time in Cleveland against the Cavaliers. The Celtics came in off a bad loss to the Detroit Pistons that caused Doc Rivers to make some harsh statements. Following their loss Doc threatened that if this team didn't get it together big changes were ahead. The team looked to bounce back and stop their three...
The Celtics deserve to be kicked out of the league at this point in time. They were put in a situation where if they just had the will to win they would've won. I don't know how they managed to blow this one. They didn't even try in the second half. This game was handed to them and I feel bad for Doc Rivers.
Tonight's USOTN goes to the decent performance of Jason...
Throughout the Celtics latest losing streak, there seems to be a lot of reflection going on within the team's locker room. A few days ago it was Doc Rivers questioning how bad the team 'wants it' and threatening to get rid of players if the team doesn't start winning. Last night Paul Pierce questioned the team's mental toughness. Among those currently in a state...
Ray Allen will return to TD Garden Sunday night for the first time since leaving his team of 5 years and joining the rival Miami Heat. While Allen thinks “once the dust settles” fans will be able to appreciate what he did for the Celtics, there’s a good chance he will not get a good reception when he returns to Boston to take on his former squad. Here’s what Doc and some...
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It seems as though the Boston Celtics are right where they started–square one.
This season has been full of incomplete performances by Doc Rivers’ group, but especially when it comes to Tuesday’s loss against Kyrie Irving and the Cleveland Cavaliers (11-32). Granted Irving did post a 40-point performance, but there should be no excuse for the players to display...
Every morning, we will give you five things from the night before in the NBA to start your day.
1: Soaring low in Atlanta
Doc Rivers has been notably down on his team as they have gone through this losing skid and the team has had to question its status as legitimate contenders. Everyone seems to think Boston just needs the fire lit under it to regain the championship form...