Found June 11, 2012 on
No Guts, No Glory:
It’s inevitable that the Boston Celtics will look considerably different next season. And while there is a report that Danny Ainge is “open” to bringing everyone back, you have to think that it just won’t happen.
As it stands now, Paul Pierce will definitely be back. Rajan Rondo should as well, but they’ve tried to trade him once so you never know. As for Garnett, if he doesn’t retire, he’ll draw a ton of interest. And Ray Allen may be looking for greener pastures.
Well, that according to SI’s Chris Mannix who joined the Dennis & Callahan Show on WEEI and stated that because of the strained relationship between Allen and Rondo, Allen is looking to leave Boston.
“I think there’s no question that the relationship was strained over this year,” Mannix said. “How strained is the key, and it’s still a little bit unclear. There was some friction between those two. I think that could play a role in Ray’s decision not to come back. Now, I agree, I think that Boston probably wasn’t go
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Just one day after the Celtics were ousted from the NBA Playoffs, everyone around the league is speculating where The Big Three will go. Ray Allen to Miami? Paul Pierce traded? KG leaving?
During an appearance this morning on WEEI, Sports Illustrated’s Chris Mannix hinted at a riff between Rajon Rondo and Ray Allen:
“There is going to be a ton of interest in Ray Allen in the offseason,” Mannix said. “He’s going to be able to pick and choose where he wants to play.”
Allen conceivably could return to Boston, but Mannix said that decision might be affected...
Ray Allen will have ankle surgery early Wednesday morning to remove bone spurs from his ankle, according to Mark Murphy of the Boston Herald.Ray Allen vowed to take care of his problematic right ankle quickly, and the Celtics guard was as good as his word.Allen will have surgery to remove bone spurs from the ankle at 6 a.m. on Wednesday at New England Baptist Hospital, according...
With time still on the clock, Rajon Rondo and Kevin Garnett are seen leaving the court angrily at the end of Game 7 of the Eastern Conference Finals against the Heat. The 1991 Detroit Pistons were ridiculed for a similar act, though more egregious as they all walked out as a team and the game had to be stopped. LeBron James got lots of flack after the 2009 Eastern Conference...
Allen will have surgery to remove bone spurs from the ankle at 6 a.m. on Wednesday at New England Baptist Hospital, according to a source.
The problem, which first surfaced during in Los Angeles during the C’s’ eight-game road trip in mid-March, eventually forced Allen to miss 15 regular-season games as well as the first two games of the Celtics’ first-round...
One third of the Boston Celtics’ “big three” will go under the knife on Wednesday evening. Ray Allen will undergo surgery to remove bone spurs from his right ankle.
An injury that caused Allen to miss 15 regular season games and two playoff games against the Atlanta Hawks in the first round of the eastern conference playoffs.
These nagging ankle issues were also the cause...
Ray Allen will soon undergo surgery to remove bone spurs in his right ankle.
After the Miami Heat beat the Boston Celtics in last night's Eastern Conference Finals game seven to move onto the 2012 NBA Finals, Celtics star Kevin Garnett and Rajon Rondo decided to hit the showers and skip the post game pleasantries.
Watch as both Rondo and Garnett leave the court without shaking hands with any member of the Miami Heat:
Lost in the subplots of one of the most highly anticipated NBA Finals in years, is a side-story that stretches from Lake Eerie to the Northwest.
The Seattle SuperSonics no longer exist and the Cleveland Cavaliers were once again irrelevant in 2011-12 despite a promising rookie campaign from Kyrie Irving. None of that matters. Starting Tuesday Night each city will have...
The Boston Celtics forced the Miami Heat to the brink of elimination. Kevin Garnett channelled his inner "Big Ticket" in the process. Ray Allen and Paul Pierce looked more their age. Through 20 postseason games, KG posted playoff averages of 19.2 points and 10.3 rebounds per night. Allen and Pierce did not help things as much as Celtics Nation hoped they would.
Before I start, I need to apologize for the long absence. Since I'm currently writing this, it's obvious I'm not dead. I didn't lose interest or my faith in the Celtics or writing. I guess the easiest way to describe it is to say that life got in the way.
Just because I wasn't writing about the Celtics didn't mean I wasn't watching every game religiously...
Heat fans are probably the worst fanbase in the league. I mean, they trash just about every player when they make a bad play or miss some shots. They even trashed James in one game and were ready to trade him, so no one is immune. Their team gets down 9 and suddenly they hate the team. It has no heart. Break it up. Trade everyone. They are just terrible fans! ...
It wasn’t that long ago when Danny Ainge brought in Kevin Garnett and Ray Allen to join Paul Pierce, leading the Celtics to their first NBA Championship in 22 years. That season was as fun as they come, and the rest of the four years wasn’t four behind. That trio might have played its last game together, so take a look at this video and remember that first championship run.