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“I have already spoken to Allen about that and many other opportunities, and of course he would be interested in anywhere in the NBA but Boston is particularly attractive to him,’’ (agent Gary) Moore said, “because of Danny Ainge, the organization, and one of the most respected coaches he knows in the business in Doc Rivers.
“He has the utmost respect for Doc Rivers and the current roster of players. Allen would relish the opportunity to play in that organization.’’
Moore said Iverson has regained his desire to play, resolved his personal problems, and will accept a bench role.
Globe - A place on Celtics bench would sit well with Iverson
No, no, no, no, no and no.
Spare me the rhetoric about "desire to play." I'm betting Iverson wants back in, because he needs the money. An...
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The Big Fella has never shied away from throwing down (just ask Brad Miller). Now, he seems to have set his sights on a new opponent, and wants UFC boss Dana White to help make it happen.
Once the NBA lockout ends -- if it ever ends -- a well-known veteran reportedly is interested in coming to Boston. Allen Iverson would be willing to provide a scoring punch off the bench for the Celtics, his agent tells The Boston Globe. "Of course, he would be interested in anywhere in the NBA, but Boston is particularly attractive to him because of Danny Ainge, the organization...
Allen Iverson wants to make an NBA return, and he’s interested in the Boston Celtics. (Boston Globe)Now, after a year off, Iverson said he is ready to end his career in a more heartening fashion. Knowing that the Celtics will be seeking help, Iverson’s manager, Gary Moore, told the Globe his client would love to come to Boston.“I have already spoken to Allen about that and...
Now that the negotiations for a new Collective Bargaining Agreement are at a stand still. Players are going to start getting more of an itch to play the game of basketball. Boston Celtics guard Rajon Rondo is one of those guys and he isn’t wasting anytime putting together a charity game for his fans. This [...]
This is the only ball featuring NBA players we're going to see for a while
Just hours after the NBA Players Association decided to disband, Celtics guard Rajon Rondo announced the "Boston Charity Classic" all-star game at 6 p.m. Saturday at Lavietes Pavilion on Harvard's campus.
[...]it is expected to feature its share of heavy hitters, including Celtics...
Elite 8 2004. Tony Allen and Oklahoma State face off against Delonte West and St. Joe's. Both players would go on to be drafted by The Celtics in the 1st Round.
Jokes about Nike’s slogan are nothing new. Anyone who is above the age of 12 that hasn’t heard an off-color comment that’s related to “Just Do It” must be living in an extremely remote area of the country. Sex jokes are associated with Nike’s tag line all the time, and I’m sure the people at [...]
We may all be down as a result of the news that the NBA Players Association rejected the owners proposal to begin an NBA season, but we’re not going to let these money-hungry animals hold us back. Despite the fact the chance of an NBA season is slimmer than The Olson Twins once were, we’re [...]
Here is the complete list of NBA blog previews, put together by Jeff Clark of CelticsBlog. Read them, dissect them and pray and hope that the two sides can get their you-know-what together and get this deal done.
Mavericks - MavsMoneyball
Spurs - Project Spurs
Rockets - The Dream Shake
Hornets - At The Hive
Grizzlies - Straight Outta Vancouver
Another great expressionism piece featuring Ray Allen by Mike Orduna that was made for an in-store retail installation.
Chicago tonight, Portland tomorrow, & Miami the next day?
As I have been fearing for almost a year now, it looks like when the lockout ends (not a guarantee that it will next week) and the season begins on December 15th, the NBA will move to make-up several of the missed games in order to maximize revenue. This means even though a month and a half of games will have been missed...
by Rodger Bohn / @rodgerbohn
In what is the most anticipated debut by a college freshman since John Wall stepped foot on campus at Kentucky, Duke’s Austin Rivers has generated the same type of buzz leading up to his debut last night against Belmont. “Sub-Zero” finished his high school career as the top player in SLAMonline’s Fresh 75 for 2011 and with over 5 million views...