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Courtney Lee has all the makings of your average player. He has never had a PER over 13 (League-average is around 15). He has hovered around league-average efficiency throughout his entire career. He always had a rep of a very good defender, but certain stat heads said he was merely average. All of these things may or may not be true. But one thing is for certain. I love him on this team.
I first learned about Lee when he came to New Jersey. He played there for a season, and took the most shots per game in his career (10.9). He also shot a career-worst percentage from 3-point territory (.338%). He was unable to be successful due to how awful his teammates were and how much attention he received because of it. Lee's best year was actually his rookie season with Orlando and it is pretty obvious why. Dwight Howard and an underrated supporting cast helped take pressure off of him. That is why the fit seemed so perfect with Boston this year. He would be, at best, the 5th option on t...
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Welcome to wild trade rumor season… and this one is a bombshell.
CBS’s Ken Berger reports that Danny Ainge has been shopping Paul Pierce in trade offers.
Team executives involved in exploratory trade talks report that the Knicks (Amar’e Stoudemire), Lakers (Pau Gasol), Raptors (Bargnani) and Celtics (Paul Pierce) are open to discussing their high-profile names. In...
Whenever a team plays well, the easy solution is to point to one specific thing and say "That's it! That's the reason they've turned it around!" With the Celtics currently in a midst of a four game winning streak, the easiest factor to point to is the return of Avery Bradley. And that's extremely valid. Bradley has changed the team with his defensive effort...
Ken Berger reports:
Team executives involved in exploratory trade talks report that the Knicks (Amar'e Stoudemire), Lakers (Pau Gasol), Raptors (Bargnani) and Celtics (Paul Pierce) are open to discussing their high-profile names. In every case but one, the early indications are that none could be moved without a bad contract going back in return. (In Stoudemire's case,...
The Boston Celtics are soaring back up through the NBA rankings after a five game winning streak that can be described as nothing short of “Simply Amazing”.
A week ago things were not looking good for our Celtics squad. They returned beat up from a bruising west coast road trip. They lost games they easily could have won!Their defense was lagging. Those following the team were...
The Celtics let a 17 point deficit dwindle down to two but Kevin Garnett & Paul Pierce refused to let this game slip through their fingers. KG dropped 11 of his 17 in the fourth and Paul Pierce landed a big lay-up plus the foul as the Captain would lead the team with 23 points, as the Celtics win their 5th straight, with a 103-91 victory.
The Green: The Bench. After a hot...
Molly previews tonight's match-up between the Rockets who own NBA's best offense and the Celtics who have become a defensive juggernaut with the return of Avery Bradley.
Paul Pierce has spent his entire career with the Celtics.
The Kevin Garnett - Carmelo Anthony feud was already headline news, but now KG's trash-talking exploits have come before the judgement of the ultimate media power: Stephen Colbert. Colbert gives a "Tip of the Hat" to KG for (reportedly) telling Melo that his wife tastes like Honey Nut Cheerios. He goes on to advocate more product placement be incorporated into players...
Paul Pierce scored 16 of his 23 points in the second half and Kevin Garnett added 17 points and four blocks Friday night as the Boston Celtics nearly blew a 17-point lead before pulling away late in a 103-91 victory over the Houston Rockets.
The Celtics extended their season-high winning streak to five games, but only after surviving a 12-0 run that pulled the Rockets within two...
Rajon Rondo stars in the new “This Is SportsCenter” commercial where his big hands are the talk of the office:
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Despite a 15-3 run in the middle of the fourth quarter by the Houston Rockets, Paul Pierce and company charge past Kevin McHale’s team on Friday night 103-91. Celtics continue their winning streak to five games.
An incredible end of the first quarter by Boston’s bench allowed the green team to gain some leverage throughout the course of...
Avery Bradley talks to Molly McGrath about his rehab from double shoulder surgery and his current mindset.
Rajon Rondo's new "This is Sportscenter" commercial.