Found March 29, 2012 on
Lots of KG hate from Jazz fans. It's funny how different fan bases hate different players. In Utah it's KG, in Chicago it's Rondo, in other places it's Pierce and in a few places it's even Ray Allen. Glad at least one fan stuck up for KG, though. For all their complaints about the refs and them not getting any calls, they shot 3 more free throws than the Celtics. Some fun comments today. Enjoy!
Should be a fun game. Youth vs. Age. We can take these guys if we expect to win.
This should be a good game, Jefferson vs KG, Millsap vs. Bass, Rondo and his speed vs. Harris and his ability to actually make a shot, Pierce vs. Our wings, our bench vs. Their benchwarmers
I just don't see us staying in this game. We are due for a cluncker and this game is it. I hope they surprise me by playing well, but we maybe asking too much for them to win this one when we have played too many games on too many nights in too many different cities
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Jackie MacMullan was just on WEEI talking Celtics, and one thing that she said that immediately caught everyone's attention was Ray Allen's sore left ankle, which has cost him the last two games. She said "It's going to be an ongoing concern" and that it "will need to be fixed at some point."
I'm not sure exactly what that means about the...
Sherrod Blakely has an update on Ray Allen's ankle:
"It feels good; it feels fine," Allen said. "I'll know a little better later on."
Allen, who has missed the Celtics' last four games with the injury, will go through his usual pre-game routine which involves getting to the arena early and get up some shots.
He did that prior to the C's win...
WALTHAM, Mass. - The Celtics took a step toward filling out their banged-up backcourt on Wednesday as Ray Allen participated in the morning walkthrough. Allen, who missed the last three games, is a gametime decision with a sore right ankle. Allen has appeared in 41 of the Celtics' 49 games this season. He is averaging 14.6 points per game while shooting a career-best 45.9 percent...
Boston Celtics guard Ray Allen is out for the fifth game in a row with a sore right ankle.
Allen tested his ankle in the team's shootaround Friday morning and was planning to play against the Minnesota Timberwolves. But coach Doc Rivers says Allen wasn't able to go once he arrived at Target Center.
Getting the sharp-shooter back would be a big lift for the surging Celtics...
Ray Allen could return on Friday, which is good news for the Celtics even if they are 3-1 in his absence. Allen traveled with the Celtics for their one-game road trip to Minnesota, so that could be an indication that he will play for the first time since missing last Friday's game in Philadelphia with a sore ankle. If Allen can go, expect Celtics coach Doc Rivers to pencil him...
Ray Allen will miss his fourth consecutive game Wednesday night against the Utah Jazz, leaving Avery Bradley to make his third straight start.Doc Rivers said before Wednesday’s game that he is not overly concerned about Allen’s injury, but history’s most prolific three-point shooter did not feel well enough to play after going through his normal pregame shooting routine.“He’s...
Ray Allen participated in the team shoot around and is expected to be reinserted into the Celtics starting lineup tonight against the Minnesota Timberwolves. Yes, despite the title of this article I do think this is a good thing. Allen has missed the last four games for the Celtics nursing a sore ankle that he aggravated in a 102-96 victory over the Milwaukee Bucks back on March...
Interesting thoughts from the coach of the Boston Celtics. Doc Rivers discusses Ray Allen’s health, Kevin Garnett’s success at the 5 and Brandon Bass as a starter. *** Coming Shortly: Doc’s son, Austin Rivers, will join WEEI during the 9 am, EST hour on WEEI. CLNS Radio will post the audio as soon as WEEI [...]
8 a.m. ET: The veteran-laden, rebounding-challenged Celtics face their polar opposite on Friday when they visit the young, rebound-grabbing Timberwolves. The Celtics (28-22) are riding a three-game win streak and look to keep pace with the Philadelphia 76ers in the race for the fourth seed in the Eastern Conference. The Timberwolves (25-27) also harbor playoff aspirations, but they...
The Celtics are on their way to Minnesota and it looks like Ray Allen is getting a lot closer to playing. He was on the team flight, which means there's a good chance he could play. Last night, he was out at his usual time going through his usual warm ups when he made the call that he couldn't go, so it's clear he's close.
Mickael Pietrus, however, is not...
After trading away anyone of substance from their roster at the deadline and firing their coach shortly after, the Portland Trail Blazers have reopened their search for a general manager.
I know what you're thinking. Big whoop. Good for them. They're 3,000 miles away. What does that have to do with the Celtics?
According to The Oregonian, one person that Portland...
Ray Allen has not played since March 22 against the Bucks when he sustained a right ankle injury.
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Globe Final: Celtics...
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Record: 27-22 (2nd Atlantic, 7th East)
Record: 27-23 (3rd Northwest, 7th West)
At Home: 17-8
On the Road: 8-17
Streak: Won 2