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I have already written twice about how Celtics players who were seriously injured last year were on their path to an impressive return. I might have cursed Green after the piece I wrote following his preseason performance, yet my take on Wilcox was apparently spot on. I've hence decided to roll the dice on Bradley as well, inspired by Jessica Camerato's article on him.
Bradley, just like Green did, apparently has used his time off to gain some new perspective on basketball, on the way he plays and sees the court.
Unable to do many physical activities with his upper body, Bradley focused on the mental approach to the game. He studied film -- a lot of game film -- after watching Rondo do the same over the years. Soon he began seeing the court differently, comparing the realization to solving a Magic Eye puzzle. By shifting the way he watched the action, he opened his eyes to a completely different point of view.
This is great to hear, and there is more foundation for hope i...
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Also, I forgot to note, we could have traded Paul Pierce to the Clippers and maybe got some draft pics and prospects. I am just sayin!
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Earlier this week Paul Pierce of the Boston Celtics got crossed up by Jameer Nelson, and it was pretty bad. Well, on Wednesday night when the Celtics played the Brooklyn Nets it happened again by Joe Johnson. Check out both of the below videos and which do you think was a better ankle breaker?
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This is just totally embarassing for Celtics' Paul Pierce and it came courtesy of Magic's Jameer Nelson.
Let's set it up:
The scene: Orlando, FL, Amway Center
The victim: Boston's Paul Pierce
The outcome: Pierce gets decimated by a hesitation move by Nelson which causes his ankle to get shattered along with his knee to buckle.
Though Boston and Pierce would...
OfficialCelticsHD has all the assists and points for you from Rondo's near triple double in Orlando. Rondo finished with 15 points, 16 assists, 9 rebounds and 2 steals.
Tip: 7:30 PM Court: TD Garden Watch it: CSN Hear it: WEEI
Referees: James Capers, Kevin Fehr, Kane Fitzgerald
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At Home: 4-3
On Road: 2-3
Streak: Won 2
Streak: Won 3
Buckets: Pierce (20.1 ppg)
Buckets: Brook Lopez (19.2 ppg)
Boards: Garnett (7.4 rpg...
Call in: 347-215-7771 | Listen Live | Join the CelticsBlog chat Listen from your mobile device The CLNS Radio Boston Celtics Post Game series continues their season-long initiative to cover every single Boston Celtics game. Tonight, the Celtics square off against the Brooklyn Nets at TD Garden. Your hosts will be Matt Rury, Sean Bakke [...]
The Boston Celtics and the Brooklyn Nets got into a scuffle Wednesday night right before halftime at the Garden. The fight started after Rajon Rondo took offense to a foul by Kris Humphries on Kevin Garnett. Rondo then pushed Humphries into the stands and the fight proceeded in the lapse of the fans. Not sure what the repercussions will be but this certainly cause suspension similar...
At 6 foot 1, 186 pounds, Rajon Rondo isn’t the biggest player in the NBA, but he just might be one of the toughest. In tonight’s game vs. the Brooklyn Nets, Rondo got into a scuffle with Nets forward Kris Humphries after he Kevin Garnett in the post. The result was a bench-clearing brawl for the ages. Okay maybe it wasn’t that wild of a brawl, but if you’re the type of person...
Boston Celtics point guard Rajon Rondo was ejected in the second quarter of Wednesday night's game against Brooklyn when he shoved Kris Humphries after the Nets forward knocked Kevin Garnett to the ground with a hard foul.
Humphries was given two technical fouls and ejected. Nets forward Gerald Wallace, who joined the fray under the Boston basket, was given one technical, but...
A brawl broke out in Boston on Wednesday night during a game pitting the Celtics versus the Brooklyn Nets.The incident was sparked when Brooklyn's Kris Humphries committed a hard foul on Boston's Kevin Garnett late in the second quarter. Celtics point guard Rajon Rondo took offense and gave Humphries a spirited shove in retaliation. A brief moment of chaos ensued.Both Rondo...
Brooklyn Nets (9-4, 2-3 Road) @ Boston Celtics (8-6, 4-3 Home) TD Garden, 7:30 pm on CSNNE/WEEI Officials: James Capers, Kevin Fehr, Kane Fitzgerald Line: Boston by 4.5 The Nets visit Boston having just taken over the top spot in the Atlantic Division with their 96-89 OT victory over the Knicks on Monday night. Even though the Celtics [...]