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New Celtics teammates Keyon Dooling and Ray Allen have something of a history together. In 2006, with Dooling playing for the Orlando Magic and Allen playing for the Seattle Sonics, the two had a bit of an on-court fight. A lot has changed since then, however. For instance, the Sonics as the were known back then are history. So, too, is any sort of beef the two guards may have had -- "ancient history" in fact. Dooling was asked about the fight on Tuesday at Celtics, and the new C's guard made it very clear that both he and Allen...
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I have to admit, even I had to find out who Chris Wilcox is. It’s not like he hasn’t been around the league or anything, but for the life of me I just couldn’t remember who he is. After a little investigation, I present to you another one of the newest Celtics acquistions. [...]
Via the Boston Herald:Jeff Green is apparently still waiting for a sign from the Celtics medical staff before he starts practicing with his team.The Celtics forward, whose physical revealed unspecified problems that Green writes off to fatigue, watched today’s practice from the sideline – a location he has occupied since signing a one-year contract with the Celtics last Saturday...
CSNNE.coms Jessica Camerato ran a great piece today touching upon Paul Pierce and his decision to stay with the Boston Celtics after their dreadful 2006-2007 season which included a 33 game losing streak. Some excerpts from the piece: On the 2006-2007 season and the issues the team had: “It was definitely the most turmoil [...]
As pointed out on Monday, Jeff Green hasn't been practicing since his signing due to an unknown issue regarding his physical. Since the team didn't want to discuss it, thoughts immediately went to some of the worst possible ideas such as a heart issue or something internal. All of that can now be put to bed, thanks to Gary Washburn.Jeff Green said docs were wary of stress...
I fell for it. Again.
I don't know how this happened. I don't know why I wasn't more cautious. I'll blame the lockout hangover for this one.
I believed the Celtics and took their injury explanation for Jeff Green at face value.
I know. Stupid, stupid, stupid. I actually believed Danny Ainge when he said that it was pretty much nothing and that Green would be...
Jeff Green missed another practice today. According to the Globe's Gary Washburn, Doc Rivers believes the situation is a big concern.
It didn't appear to be a big deal yesterday when Green said that he does not have a heart condition and speculated fatigue was to blame. Danny Ainge said the Celtics were just being overly cautious.
Could it be mono?
I was disgusted when I heard the out-burst of Stephen A. Smith were returning to ESPN. However, he does seem to get the recent comments of Kevin Garnett, regarding the shortened NBA-everything. I returned to my disgust of Stephen A. as soon as he described Paul Pierce as a different man and aloof since winning [...]
Paul Pierce has been heaping praise on Rajon Rondo all day long. First at the Media Day appearances and later on WEEI.
The Truth wants everyone to know this is Rondo's team. It's clearly a tactical approach to instill confidence in the young point guard.
Twitter / @SherrodbCSN: #Celtics Jeff Green not cl …Let’s hope he’s okay.
Kevin Garnett is an awesome quote. We've come to learn that over the course of his Boston career, a tenure that will enter its fifth season this year. Garnett hasn't missed a beat, as he offered an interesting analogy on Tuesday when talking about the effect the lockout has on teams' ability to build chemistry. Check it out in the video above.
AP via Daylife.com
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If Rondo is sincere when he acknowledges his need to change and grow, then the teams that have shied away from him in trade talks will feel like genuine fools in the coming years.