Found February 27, 2012 on
ORLANDO - What kind of a Celtic would Paul Pierce be if he didn’t capitalize on an opportunity to chide Lakers guard Kobe Bryant? Pierce took full advantage while sitting on the bench last night during the final moments of the West’s 152-149 victory over the East.
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Rajon Rondo give the Celtics the best chance to make the playoffs, but do Celtics fans really want to get to there?
If you are a fan of the Boston Celtics and are currently happy with this basketball team, raise your hand now.
(Looks around some more)
Oh, no one is happy. Can’t say I’m surprised by that.
Currently, the Boston Celtics sit at 15-17, good for the...
Paul Pierce and Rajon Rondo recently said the Celtics had to become more disciplined defending.
Rajon Rondo tossed a half court alley-oop to LeBron James during tonight's All-Star game in the video above. That assist was just one out of 8 dimes for Rondo, who played fifteen and a half minutes and notched 2 rebounds and 2 points as well.
Thanks to NESportz from the shoutbox for sharing the video.
The NY Post's Peter Vecsey is the latest to stir the pot:
If the Lakers indeed are interested in signing Rasheed Wallace — a logical step-down from flirting with Gilbert Arenas—it lends credence to the Rajon Rondo/Jermaine O’Neal-Pau Gasol swap I keep hearing. Lord knows they’re desperate for a point guard and Rondo is exceedingly obtainable and Kobe Bryant loves his...
In his column of garbage rumors, the NY Post's Peter Vecsey claims the Celtics have interest in Wolves forward Michael Beasely:
The Lakers, also in dire need of a legitimate scoring threat at small forward, have genuine interest in Michael Beasley, but it’s doubtful they’ll use the $8.9 million trade exception (from Lamar Odom being shipped to Dallas) to acquire him...
Click here for information on how to win the Kevin McHale and Bill Russell autographs CLNS Radio’s season-long initiative to cover every Boston Celtics post game, continues this weekend. We are taking it a step further as CLNS Post Game will be offering our listeners post game coverage of the All-Star game on Sunday evening. [...]
Celtics nation is buzzing about the rumored Rajon Rondo (and Jermaine O'Neal) for Pau Gasol trade.
In an effort to bring clarity and reason to this debate, John and I have decided to lay out a case for each side.
Here are my 5 reasons why the Celtics should make the deal*:
1. Offensive talent
Pau Gasol is the best offensive big man in the game. According to ESPN's John...
The Celtics are 15-17 at the midpoint of the season.
For the first 12 minutes of this game, the Celtics played inspired, efficient basketball. It showed on the scoreboard as the they raced out to a 28-12 lead. The rest of the game was a giant, hot pile of ______, but the Celtics made enough plays to win it, 86-83 over the Cavs.
Had the Green lost this one, I would have put my Celtics footie pajamas back in the closet for the rest...
ORLANDO, Fla. — To the Clippers point guard Chris Paul, Deron Williams is a guy who “can shoot it, can pass it, just knows how to play.”
To the Celtics’ Paul Pierce, it’s “his size, his ability to make plays, his ability to shoot the ball, [a] rare combination” that...
The Boston Celtics hope to put a disappointing first half of the season behind them this evening when they begin their post All-Star schedule against the Cleveland Cavaliers at Quicken Loans Arena.