Found December 28, 2011 on
As always, the comments are not quite as much fun when we lose, but there are some fun ones. It's interesting when the Heat fans are mentioning how many bad calls are going against the Celtics. That's when you know the officiating is REALLY bad. Enjoy today's comments in spite of the loss...
Time to beat these Boston crumb-bums into the retirement home. We need to remind them that their legs only got older during the lockoutand that we're now the high-water mark in the conference. Our Big3 will smite their Big4. The season of redemption is only starting. Glad we're us and not them.
I'd really like to see us run these ****ers off the court.
I hope Paul Pierce plays I wanna really face the Boston Celtics .. Even though seeing LeBron **** on Sasha will make me laugh lol
After my team lost its first 2 games I've decided to become a Heat fan (from a Laker fan)
I'm very excited to see how Cole plays on Rondo.
In before rondo triple double
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Paul Pierce didn’t play yesterday, despite a mentality that led him to tell reporters, “If there was the slightest chance I could play, I’d definitely be out there.”A bone bruise in Pierce’s heel continues to sideline the small forward, who was especially missed in the fourth quarter yesterday when Boston’s offense lacked any semblance of rhythm or identity (a problem...
Recap of HEAT.com's live chat of Miami's home-opener win over the Boston Celtics, when Norris Cole had 20 off the bench.
The rich keep getting richer. The Heat have a new toy and last night, he dropped 14 points in the fourth, drugged the crowd into chanting MVP for him at the line and used his Sam Cassell in ’94-sized balls to hit two straight jumpers in the final minute against the Celtics. Boston had to [...]
The Celtics will (reportedly) again be without Captain Paul Pierce tonight as they take their talents to South Beach to face the defending Eastern Conference champion Miami Heat at American Airlines Arena. Doc Rivers also mentioned that newly acquired Mickael Pietrus was about 10 days away as he rehabs a knee injury. Sasha Pavlovic will [...]
According to head coach Doc Rivers, the Boston Celtics will be without their star forward Paul Pierce, as they travel to Miami (Sasha Pavlovic is expected to start in Pierce’s spot.) From ESPN: “Boston Celtics captain Paul Pierce worked out Monday and experienced limited soreness in his bruised right heel, but coach Doc Rivers does not believe Pierce will be ready to play Tuesday...
The Boston Celtics continue to flounder without Paul Pierce.
The Celtics will be trying to avoid their worst start in 42 years Friday night in their home opener against the Detroit Pistons in a matchup of winless teams.
Boston (0-3) last dropped its first four games in the 1969-70 season. There's no word on a possible return for Pierce, who is out with a bone bruise in his...
The Miami Heat picked up their second win at home against the Boston Celtics in the absence of F Paul Pierce, winning in emphatic fashion after once again coughing up a big lead in the fourth quarter. Instead of the Heat’s Big Three, or Miami Thrice of LeBron James, Dwyane Wade, and Chris Bosh, it was rookie PG Norris Cole who led the way with 14 points in the fourth including...
by Abe Schwadron | @abe_squad
Now that every team has played at least one game, we can officially call the NBA season “in full swing,” even if the standings, stats and lineups have yet to stabilize. Tuesday was a lighter schedule, with just five games going on, but it was the third night in a row for the Lakers, who came in at 0-2, and opening night for Atlanta and Utah—who...
The Miami Heat led by as many as 20 points in the second half before letting the Boston Celtics cut it to three in the final two minutes.
But rookie Norris Cole scored 14 of his 20 points in the fourth quarter, including eight of Miami's final nine points to help seal the 115-107 Heat win.
The Heat have won two straight regular-season meetings with the Celtics after losing...
LeBron James scored 26 points, rookie point guard Norris Cole came up with 14 of his 20 points in the fourth quarter, and the Miami Heat nearly blew a 20-point lead before beating the Boston Celtics 115-107 on Tuesday night. Dwyane Wade finished with 24 points and eight assists for Miami, which got 18 from Chris Bosh and twice saw its lead cut to three in the final minutes.