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If you had to guess the one player who's made the most salary in NBA history, who would you pick? Would your first guess be Kevin Garnett? With his new three-year contract worth $34 million, Garnett has become the highest-paid player ever in the league.
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Last night, Kevin Garnett and Anta’s vice president, Mr. Xu Yang, unveiled the Anta “KGIII”. This is Garnett’s 3rd signature shoe with the Chinese sneaker company. Fans got to see the “home” white/green colorway for the first time. The KG3 features new elastic rubber technology to support both the heel and upper, and the traction...
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“Once we got to Boston, Jason told me he was going to look after me,” Christmas said. “[He told me] we were going to get in the gym together a lot, he wanted to see me be the best player I could be for Boston...
After a full offseason, this is how I see the NBA’s Atlantic Division playing out in 2012-2013. I think there are 4 potential playoff teams in the strongest division in the Eastern Conference. 1. Boston Celtics 2011 Finish – 39-27, 1st Key Additions/Signings: Kevin Garnett, Jeff Green, Brandon Bass, Jason Terry, Courtney Lee Draft Grade = [...]
We’ve argued about Jeff Green’s contract for about two full months now. We’ve debated his ability, his mental state, and his potential. Numbers have been tossed around to defend our positions. But none of that really matters, because the Celtics had virtually no choice but to give Green his four-year, $36+ million contract.
The whole things starts with Kevin Garnett and...
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Jason Terry and Dionte Christmas have known each other for five year, dating back to a Reebok camp in Philadelphia when Christmas was still at Temple University. While their relationship was still a fledgling at that point, consisting of a simple “hey I watch you, you’re pretty good” exchange, they have become much closer over this NBA offseason.After signing his non-guaranteed...
Now this one cracked me up! This evening I was looking over CLNS Radio’s daily Celtics links and noticed a great blog post from our friends at Celtics Green. The author, FLCeltsFan, always gets it right! Today she caught this gem from GQ Magazine! The listeners/readers of CLNS Radio are quite aware of my love/hate [...]
Danny had done a great job of re-building the Celtics this season. He has not only brought in good basketball players, but also good character guys. In the book Red Auerbach's Winning Ways, we read that "Red Auerbach chose his players for character as much as talent, and taught them to play for the team instead of individual glory. And the result of that approach was a...
Fashion Week is our busiest time of year--between the shows, presentations and, ya know, posing. We needed a little help, someone to run point back at home base and on the ground floor at Lincoln Center. Who better than NBA All-star—and all around stylish dude—Rajon Rondo? Rajon will be interning at GQ for the next few days, helping our game out and learning a thing or two...
With the most exciting moments of the offseason behind us, Celtics Town is counting down the Celtics’ roster from 16 to one. We’ll offer speculation on the role each player has to play, and where they’ll be in the rotation as we look towards the upcoming season. If you missed the last column in this series you can check it out here.You could have made a compelling argument...
NBA training camps don’t begin until later this month, but it appears that the Boston Celtics are trying to get a head start on the competition. On Wednesday, offseason acquisition Courtney Lee sent out a tweet describing a dunk over someone “six to seven inches taller” than himself. The dunk happened in a Celtics scrimmage, and a video has since been made available. ...
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Wow. So yeah, scope out the video at the 00:37 mark, Dudley straight up says:
“maybe one day, maybe I’ll be a Celtic. You never know.”
Sounds like Dudley wants to mix it up with the big boys now and be apart of a Conference Championship series, at the very least. Good for you Jared.
Here are 2 short videos from KG’s first appearance in China:
The first video is great. Before KG arrived, Anta & Hoop China asked his Chinese fans to submit video of themselves welcoming Ticket to China. Well, as you’ll see in this clip, the videos really moved KG. Maybe even to tears..
The 2nd vid is of Anta’s V.P. and Kevin Garnett introducing the KGIII. In the video...