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The Celtics have always been my team. I’ve unconditionally loved every player whether they be
Shammond had so much swag. Via the Consumer Pod Site.
Paul Pierce, Vin Baker or Bruno Sundov. I have seen the brilliance that could have been Marcus Banks, Joseph Forte, Sebustian Telfailure and/or Shammond Williams. I was emotionally distraught when the Timberwolves forced Danny Ainge to include Gerald Green in the Kevin Garnett trade and I literally cried tears of joy when Garnett held the Larry O’Brien Trophy in the air and screamed at the top of his lungs “Anything is Possible!!!!”( And then consequently cried tears of sorrow when Ron Artest (I’m not calling him by his new name) hit the dagger three that sunk the Celtics shot at raising banner 18.)
And now as the NBA season looks as if its going to be lost – along with the Celtics title window I have to admit I find myself not caring in the slightest. My thought process is two fold.
The first reason, it puts off Lebron James certain c...
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Boston HeraldWhen you look at the numbers, Green had decent production after coming over from Oklahoma City in the Kendrick Perkins trade. But when it was suggested his performance may not have lived up to his own standard, he interjected a hearty, “Hell, no.”
There is more to Jeff Green than met the eyes of Celtics fans in the last few months of the 2010-11 season.
A man accused of taking a swing at Boston Celtics point guard Rajon Rondo inside a Massachusetts nightclub has been released on personal recognizance.
Eric Valarezo, of Haverhill (HAY'-vruhl), said he's innocent but had no further comment after leaving a Lowell court on Monday following arraignment on a misdemeanor disorderly conduct charge. The case was continued after...
Rajon Rondo’s Charity Event @ Harvard from Gabe Bornstein on Vimeo.(h/t Red’s Army)
Episode 96 of CLNS Radio’s flagship program, the Celtics Late Night Show, will have to wait one more week before going live. Due to the Patriots game interfering with our broadcast time (how dare they?) we have decided to take this week off and return next week. We’ll be discussing the latest news stemming from [...]
Rajon Rondo was back Boston this week for a charity game, and with that cam an appearance at a nightclub in the area. At the end of the evening, a man took a swing at Rondo and was wrested to the ground and later arrested, reports the Lowell Sun. The man, Eric Valarezo, 31, was…
The night prior to his charity game at Harvard on Saturday, Rajon Rondo went out to celebrate, and his evening was nearly ruined when another club-goer threw a punch (that missed) at the Celtics’ star point guard. From WHDH: “Rajon Rondo and several other NBA players were at a nightclub called Brian’s Ivy Hall in downtown Lowell Friday night when a man attacked Rondo. Rondo...
LOWELL, MASS. (AP) - A man accused of taking a swing at Boston Celtics point guard Rajon Rondo inside a Massachusetts nightclub has been released on personal recognizance.Eric Valarezo, of Haverhill (HAY'-vruhl), said he's innocent but had no further comment after leaving a Lowell court on Monday following arraignment on ...
Rajon Rondo has established himself as the King of the Alley-Oop during this extended offseason. First it was the backwards pass to Kenneth Faried that got the world going crazy. Then in his own charity game in Boston this weekend, Rondo served up an oop from his forehead to Rudy Gay. What do you think? [...]
A month ago, he was rocking the no-look over-the-shoulder lob. Now, with this off-the-forehead alley-oop over the weekend, Rondo has cemented himself as the highlightiest player of the lockout. More »
Jeff Green, soon-to-be a restricted free agent, wants to remain in Boston Green. He tells the Herald that in OKC, he couldn’t really show the basketball world all that he can do because of the team’s two stars — exactly how he expects to correct this grave injustice in Beantown, remains a mystery: “When you look at the numbers, Green had decent production after coming over...
You might need to watch that a couple of times to get the full effect of it.
That's Rajon Rondo from his own charity game at Harvard this past weekend. And that's Rudy Gay catching the alley oop that Rondo had headbutted to him.
The most amazing part of that is how they managed to pull that play off with all that defense draped all over them. I mean, Jeff Green...