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There are a lot of CSNNE reporters I like. Michael Felger in not one of them. He's openly stated he doesn't like the Celtics or the NBA, yet CSNNE gives him a major platform to discuss the NBA. Yesterday he was going off on how KG ran away from Gerald Wallace and would lose a fight to any hockey player.
"I would take, almost literally, anyone in the NHL over Kevin Garnett. For one simple reason. When was the last time Kevin Garnett got hit in the face? Anyone who fights for a living, or is used to getting hit, is going to take down the guy who has never been hit. It's just a truism, I don't care how big you are."
I know Felger is just a "propagator" to use Tommy Heinsohn's word, but he's also an idiot. He thinks Farragut Academy in Chicago is some rich private school. I went to college in Chicago, the murder capital of the U.S.A. Farragut is no private school and it's located on the West Side of Chicago, which is much more dangero...
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#NBA sources say Rajon #Rondo had been suspended for 2 games for his role in last nights shoving match w/ Nets. Kevin Garnett has been fined
— Mike Dowling (@MDowlingWCVB) November 29, 2012
If this is true, it’s definitely on the low side of what people were afraid of. I saw people expecting up to 10 today.
In today’s NBA, a 2-game suspension for this is probably the best...
The Celtics beat the Portland Trailblazers emphatically by a score of 96-78 last night, even if their star point guard was not around to see the action after being ejected against the Nets. However, the talk in the locker room for Kevin Garnett was about Doc’s comment that other teams think the Celtics are “soft”. [...]
Attention TNT/ESPN: You need Brian Scalabrine on the sideline. Scal had one of the most entertaining postgame interviews with Kevin Garnett after the Celtics defeated the Trailblazers Friday night, joking with KG that all the young guys around the league have his poster hanging “until they get to know you, then they rip that thing down”. Granted, he’s comfortable with these...
With LaMarcus Aldridge and the Portland Trailblazers coming into Boston, The Oregonian posted an interesting article about the matchup: Does Garnett’s style of play, and irritation, bring out the best in Aldridge? Can I quickly dispel this and say no?
According to article, Aldridge has a list of people who really bring out the aggravation in him. Guys like A’mare Stoudemire,...
Gerald Wallace and Reggie Evans were going to teach rookies Maurice Harkless and Andrew Nicholson a lesson in hustle. After the loss to San Antonio, this was surely something the team addressed in its team meeting Thursday.
Glen Davis and the Magic came out with the right energy and focus and carried it throughout. That extra level of execution though was not there and grinders...
Well the Celtics showed that they still have some fight in them, but unfortunately it was not enough. When Humphries came crashing down on Kevin Garnett, Rajon Rondo immediately came to his defense. Then a bench clearing brawl ensued—a rarity in basketball. Whether or not Rondo should have done what he did is a different story. Some could say that he was a great teammate and a...
Following the dust-up that occurred Wednesday night in the Celtics vs. Nets game, both head coaches and several players had their own comments to add on the situation. Sorry, no comments from Rondo as he was escorted by security from the arena, Kris Humphries or Gerald Wallace. I’m sure they were thinking about the [...]
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The Celtics pasted the Portland Trailblazers at TD Garden tonight, 96-78. Courtney Lee and Jeff Green both stepped-up, and Kevin Garnett was vintage KG. He scored his 10 points on a variety of bank shots, fadeaways and sweet jumpers. Ticket also finished with 5 boards & 4 assists in 23 minutes. Jeff Green was aggressive from the jump and led the C’s with...
The Celtics barely missed Rondo as they routed the Trailblazers 96-78. Strong performances by Jeff Green, Jason Terry, Courtney Lee, Paul Pierce and Kevin Garnett gave Celtics fans hope that they can play without their floor general. Jared Weiss of CLNS Radio recaps the game in tonight’s edition of “Three at the Buzzer”. Filmed and [...]
The Big Leagues Things got pretty physical on Wednesday night...
February 22nd, 2012 – The Boston Celtics lose to the Oklahoma City Thunder 119-104 dropping their record to 15-17. Even the most ardent members of Celtics Nation declare the “window” shut for the team. The break-up of the Big Three seems inevitable as Ray Allen, Paul Pierce and maybe even Rajon Rondo and Kevin Garnett [...]
With the Nets up 51-35 in the first half of their game against the Celtics last night, tempers flared when Nets' Kris Humphries fouled Celtics' Kevin Garnett sending him crashing to the floor.
Rajon Rondo didn't take to kindly to Humphries' foul on his teammate and that's when a brawl broke out.
Boston head coach responded to the brawl saying the fight...
After spending 225 million dollars resigning starters Deron Williams, Gerald Wallace, Kris Humphries and Brook Lopez and trading for Joe Johnson and his almost 90 million dollar contract, the Brooklyn Nets had a busy off-season, spending over 300 million dollars on their starting lineup. Well there was little doubt that they had an excellent starting lineup and were a surefire...
Deron Williams speaking about Gerald Wallace’s versatility, The Nets shot selection against the Magic and being focused throughout the game.
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ORLANDO, Fla. -- The Brooklyn Nets beat the Orlando Magic for the third time this season, 98-86, Friday night by capitalizing on stronger rebounding and superior long-range shooting. The surging Nets (11-4) won their fifth consecutive game to cap their best November in 10 seasons. The Magic (5-10) lost its third consecutive game before starting a five-game West Coast trip on Sunday...