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Remember during preseason and the beginning of the season when Celtics sideline reporter Greg Dickerson was missing from the CSNNE telecasts? I recall being worried that he got fired during the offseason and lamented why not Gary Tanguay. I've always liked the job Dickerson has done. It turns out he's had to battle a lot in life, that we never knew about.Imagine coping with the tics, twitches and urges of Tourette syndrome and obsessive-compulsive disorder, the threat of seizures and memory loss from epilepsy and the possible side effects of medication while interviewing Celtics captain Paul Pierce on television on the Garden parquet after he hit a last-second, game-winning shot.
Welcome to Greg Dickerson's world.
The Celtics sideline reporter for Comcast SportsNet disclosed a couple of weeks ago that he had been diagnosed with epilepsy after suffering two seizures, the second of which forced him to leave a Celtics broadcast at the Garden. But during an interview with...
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This is just breaking.. no word on what the issue is. He of course recently missed time with the hip pointer, so you can probably assume that's the issue, but we'll have to wait and see what the actual issue is.
After that elephant stopped sitting on the Boston offense midway through the third quarter, the Celtics actually exhibited a fair amount of pride (not to mention a zone defense John Chaney would be proud of) to mount a comeback and actually take a fourth quarter lead. But the lead was brief and Chicago, without MVP Derrick Rose, tap-danced on the interior all night long en route...
Fill in the blank: Watching the Celtics these days is like __________.I say it’s like pouring salt onto an open wound while eating moldy cheese, being stung by an angry pack of African killer bees and spending a week forced into wearing Robin Lopez’s haircut, all while Reggie Miller follows you around and commentates everything you do.Losing twice to the Pistons in less than...
Things went from bad to worse for the Celtics on Sunday. Not only did the C's drop their third straight to the lowly Pistons, but Rajon Rondo was ejected for throwing the ball at referee Sean Wright following a no-call. It wasn't an extremely forceful throw, and you could argue that a foul should have been called on the play, during which Rondo got leveled on his way to the...
Another disappointing loss. It really is pitiful how much they were complaining about the refs when they were getting way more calls than the Celtics were. What a whiny bunch of fans!! I'd say to the guy that wants the Celtics really bad in the playoffs. If the Celtics are healthy - be careful what you wish for!! I know it's not as much fun when we lose...
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AUBURN HILLS, Mich. (AP) -- Greg Monroe had 17 points and 10 assists, and Rodney Stuckey added 16 points to lead surging Detroit Pistons over the Boston Celtics 96-81 on Sunday night.
Detroit has now won seven of its last nine games, including two victories in five days over the Celtics, who were missing Kevin Garnett (personal reasons) and Brandon Bass (left knee).
Celtics forward Kevin Garnett will miss Sunday's game against the Detroit Pistons because of a personal family matter, according to the team.
Boston Celtics forward Kevin Garnett will miss Sunday's game against the Detroit Pistons due to personal reasons.
The Celtics have been plagued by an inability to contain opposing ball-handlers.
Greg Monroe had 17 points, 10 rebounds and seven assists, and Rodney Stuckey added 16 points to lead the surging Detroit Pistons over the Boston Celtics 96-81 on Sunday night. Detroit has now won seven of its last nine games, including two victories in five days over the Celtics, who were missing Kevin Garnett (personal reasons) and Brandon Bass (left knee).
People (ahem, Chuck) have been getting on Rajon Rondo lately. Some of it is warranted, some of it isn't. The latest criticism of him came last night when he either (a) took way too many shots and disrupted the flow of the offense or (b) didn't take enough shots in the 4th quarter and disrupted the flow of the offense.
So went back and looked at every one of his 27...
AUBURN HILLS, Mich. - Jermaine O’Neal believes it’s time for a meeting. Captain Paul Pierce doesn’t believe it’s that time quite yet. They both agree that something has to change if the Celtics are going to make any impact on the playoffs in eight weeks.