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For every NBA team, the lockout sucks. For the Boston Celtics, it sucks even more.**For more on “The Art of the Highly Sophisticated Lead,” I suggest calling me to set up a lesson.Age means a lost season will affect Boston more than other teams. Age means we could be losing the end of Kevin Garnett’s career. Age means we could be losing the final season Ray Allen played at an All-Star level. Age means Paul Pierce could be a step slower when we see him next.But according to Glen Davis, the Big Three don’t age like everyone else.“In a way the window may be closing, but nobody knows their bodies better than those guys,” Rondo said recently. “I’m sure they’ll be ready to go.”Davis, too, has faith.“That’s a whole year they could miss,” he said. “That’s time gone, whether you’re running or standing still.“But when you think about who we have on this team, you know they won’t get out of shape. Look at Ray Allen. I think he has three more years in this league, anyway. Kevin, too. I
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“I have already spoken to Allen about that and many other opportunities, and of course he would be interested in anywhere in the NBA but Boston is particularly attractive to him,’’ (agent Gary) Moore...
Now that the negotiations for a new Collective Bargaining Agreement are at a stand still. Players are going to start getting more of an itch to play the game of basketball. Boston Celtics guard Rajon Rondo is one of those guys and he isn’t wasting anytime putting together a charity game for his fans. This [...]
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Here is the complete list of NBA blog previews, put together by Jeff Clark of CelticsBlog. Read them, dissect them and pray and hope that the two sides can get their you-know-what together and get this deal done.
Mavericks - MavsMoneyball
Spurs - Project Spurs
Rockets - The Dream Shake
Hornets - At The Hive
Grizzlies - Straight Outta Vancouver
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