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Herald The search for Rondo’s right minutes averageJared Sullinger paid attention to dad Jason Terry plans to back up talk with play Carmelo Anthony keeps Knicks perfect with win over 76ers ESPN radio announcer Jim Durham dies at 65 JJ Barea, Donald Sloan get NBA’s 1st 2 flopping warnings Globe Celtics getting defensive Rivers puts pressure on Celtic reserves Celtics have been losing bench battle, but Jason Terry hopes to even scoreGlobe 10.0 - How much will Jared Sullinger contribute this season?What we’ve learned about the CelticsFor NBA flops, let players police themselves? Celtics Green Avery Bradley's Looking Good The Newlin Thing KG's Top 10 Dunks as a Celtic First Flopping Warnings Issued When Am I Ever Gonna Use This?Be Still My Heart: Rondo Teaching AlgebraCeltics Life History lesson - C's slow start a concern It's not easy wearing the green 4 reasons Jet is still taxiing Big Baby Davis is 4th in the league in scoringCelticsBlog Election day: Sullin...
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Teaching freshman algebra with Ms. Oshodi at Burke high school this AM. Thx for having me twitter.com/RajonRondo/sta…
— Rajon Rondo (@RajonRondo) November 6, 2012
Now this has made my day. Scratch that. It made my week. No, it probably made my year! I posted today about how excited I was, as a math teacher, to see Jared Sullinger's dad Satch using math in explaining...
Rajon Rondo of the Boston Celtics Tweeted out a picture of himself teaching a high school freshman class of Algebra on Tuesday morning and the reasons why he was doing so are not entirely clear. It is well noted that Rondo was one of the smartest kids in his high school classes, so maybe he wanted to re-visit the glory days? Maybe he was just bored and wanted to get some practice...
Rajon Rondo has played a lot of minutes. That’s probably because, as usual, there isn’t a reliable option behind him to run the Celtics offense.
We knew going into this season that Rondo would play a lot of minutes. But there have been way too many instances of Rondo slacking off. The most egregious examples come from the Milwaukee game, where a lot of guys were coasting...
Jared Sullinger starts again for the Celtics as they face the Wiards for the second straight game. Doc Rivers was asked before the game why Sullinger was starting again, which he met with a simple answer. “We’re playing the same team!” Rivers joked. “I do like Jared in the lineup. I just think he just [...]
In a Boston Herald article this morning by Mark Murphy, Jason Terry talks of his long standing relationship with Avery Bradley. As a high school sophomore, Bradley was a member of an AAU team in Tacoma, Washington that was founded by Terry's father. Terry recalls playing in a pickup game with the young Bradley:
Avery Bradley: "The Glove 2.0?"
We were in a...
In Episode 6 of Jason Terry is a Celtic from NOC, Jet tries his hand at parking cars and decides that it's a bit pricey.
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In a game devoid of cohesive and consistent offense, the Celtics trail 42-37 at the half. Kevin Garnett has seven points and 10 boards while Rajon Rondo has eight points and five assists. Rondo, who is halfway to his 28th straight double-digit assist game, has been as creative as ever tonight with several dazzling behind-the-back [...]
Kevin Garnett says Jared Sullinger reminds him of Kendrick Perkins when it comes to basketball IQ and unselfishness.
— Boston Celtics (@celtics) November 6, 2012
Obviously a pretty big compliment by the Big Ticket. KG has been searching for a partner in crime down low since Perkins was traded. Shaq couldn't get back on the court due to his foot. J.O. needed to be wrapped...
Some pre-game chatter before the Boston Celtics (1-2) and Washington Wizards (0-2) tip off at 7:30 EST.
Sullinger gets second start
Jared Sullinger starts again tonight. C's-Wizards, 7pm WEEISpecial pre-game tribute to the late Jim Durham.
— Sean Grande (@SeanGrandePBP) November 7, 2012
Still no John Wall or Nene
As expected, no John Wall or Nene tonight for the #Wizards...
Listen to internet radio with CLNSRadio on Blog Talk Radio(Listen at 9 p.m. ET with the widget above, call in at 347-215-7771 and subscribe to the podcast on iTunes.)Like the body part that pushed Jared Sullinger down NBA Draft boards to the 21st selection, the King of the Court podcast is back tonight at 9 p.m. ET.Last week’s episode was canceled when Hurricane Sandy quite literally...
As the season heats up, the comments are going to get better. Today's were much better than the previous game. It's always interesting to see which players other fan bases hate the most. In Washington, it seems to be KG. Some fun stuff today. Enjoy!
I want to see Beal chug a Monster energy drink, hop off the bench fired up ready to rip Rondo's head off, and start...
BOSTON — The sharpshooter was making golf analogies and the Celtics had just won a ballgame. It was like old times in the home locker room at the TD Garden.
The only differences were that this sharpshooter was not Ray Allen but Jason Terry, and the ballgame the Celtics had just won was a dreadful-looking escape act against and underwhelming opponent missing its two best players...
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“We thought it would be a lot smoother, but it’s not always as easy as you think it will be. It’s good that we’re going through it. We’ll look back on this journey and say it’s something we had to go...
Coming off their first win, the Boston Celtics return home to face an opponent they're already familiar with this season.
The Celtics and the Washington Wizards meet for the second time in five days Wednesday night in Boston.
After opening the season with back-to-back double-digit losses, Boston got into the win column Saturday night with an 89-86 victory in Washington.
Herald Despite win, C’s effort not there Celts avoid Wash.-out with OT win Chris Wilcox delivers inspiring outing A Sichting sighting in Boston Randy Foye, Jazz drop Lakers to 1-4 start Globe Final: Celtics 100, Wizards 94 (OT) Sullinger gets second straight start for Celtics, against WizardsCeltics’ win over the Wizards not too much to be proud ofCeltics hold off Wizards...