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Celticslife had a chance to catch up with a member of the 2008 Championship team, none other than the three point specialist, Eddie House. We got to hear his opinions on the Eastern Conference Finals as he spoke about his experience with both sets of "Big Three". Eddie spoke about what it takes to be a champion in this league. We got him to rank his 61 point college game performance on his all time favorite games list and we find out he is an avid Xbox 360 player. Sorry, no gamer tag info, he doesn't need hundreds of game requests daily. We couldn't thank Eddie enough for giving us some of his time.
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Ray Allen rarely gets into it with opposing players, but Mario Chalmers got the veteran a little hot under the collar during the first quarter of Game 6. Allen and Chalmers battled for position down on the block, which itself is a bit of an anomaly for the two perimeter guards. Amidst their physical battle, the two got a little bit heated, resulting in a quick, face-to-face discussion...
MIAMI The Heat are one loss from bust.
At the start of the season, Miami players didn't mind putting pressure on themselves. Big man Chris Bosh called the Heat the best team in the NBA. Guard Dwyane Wade said, "If we don't win a championship, yes, it's a bust year."
Stunningly, the Heat now find themselves one game from the season possibly blowing up. And...
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A Celtics fan just happened to hit the Heat’s Dwyane Wade in the head with the basketball.
It happened in the first quarter of Game 6 of the Eastern Conference finals.
Chris Bosh is still a gamesome decision and Spoelstra says if Bosh does play he won't start and play in "short bursts."17 minutes ago via TweetDeckReplyRetweetFavorite@PflannsPaul FlanneryChris Bosh will reportedly go through his pregame routine before the Heat decide for certain his availability, though ESPN has been reporting since later Sunday night that Bosh...
In the span of about 10 minutes on Thursday night, Celtics fans showed how they can be some of the classiest and most classless fans in America. After the game, there was the bonehead fan who spilled his drink on LeBron James as he was heading to the locker room. LeBron hung 45 points on the Celtics and was the reason Miami won, so that particular fan obviously had no clue how to...
What do you know?? LeBron James swallowed his XVI mouth guard (not literally) when Paul Pierce banged a 3 point pointer in his grill with 53 seconds left that put Boston up 90-86. LeBron went 8 minutes WITHOUT SCORING in the 4th quarter!! I don't know about Miami fans, but I wouldn't expect that from a king.
& check out Hitler's reaction to LeBrons fourth quarter...
The Celtics shot 33 percent in the first half. They went down by nine midway through the third quarter. They were down six points with six minutes left. Kevin Garnett, Rajon Rondo, Ray Allen and Paul Pierce combined to hit just four of their first 23 field goal attempts. Pierce couldn’t hit the broad side of Vince Wilfork’s ass, so naturally he hit a dagger three and had...
The Boston Celtics led by the 35-year-old Kevin Garnett are showing the Miami Heat and the rest of the world they can still compete at a very high level. The Celtics were behind in the first quarter of play last night as it looked like the Heat were going to run away with game five, wasn’t enough to shake the Celtics out of a win. Garnett, Pierce and Rondo were able to hold their...
When LeBron James had 30 points in the first half, things looked bleak for the C’s. It didn’t get better. The dichotomy of the game was personified in the play of James and Pierce. LeBron was great. Paul was terrible. James couldn’t miss a jumper, Pierce couldn’t buy a bucket. LeBron 2-4 from beyond the [...]
Let’s be real here, Rajon Rondo has had one of the best postseason runs by any point guard ever, highlighted by his 44 point 10 assist night in Game 2 against Miami. He’s had a double-double 12 out of 17 games , including three triple doubles. His playoff performance so far has led many people to say he is the best point guard in the league. It’s hard to deny these calls...
Erik Spoelstra, Dwyane Wade, LeBron James on the historic Game 6
ESPN really screwed this one up.
Hey ESPN, guess what—WE ALL KNOW YOU’RE BIAS TOWARDS LEBRON AND THE HEAT!
Get ready, Boston. The Celtics are just one win away from the NBA Finals!
By Johnathan Tillman / @thetillshow Rajon Rondo’s remarkable play this postseason has a growing number of people suggesting that he is the best point guard in the NBA. Rather than go on an extended rant about why he is not, I’m going to take it a different route. Normally, people demand that great or poor [...]