Celtics Noodles and Notes; Back to the Crazy

Well, it didn't take long for the usual craziness of the Celtics Fandom to set in.  First there is the ongoing phenomenon of the near total lack of respect for number 18, the centerpiece of the seventies era in the Celtics dynasy - you know, the era that brought us two of our eighteen championships, which is one more than the Big Three era, and one less than the Bird era? -...
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Celtics Noodles and Notes

We've seen ups and downs in Rondo's game this season.  He's gone through stretches where his shooting seemed vastly improved, his defensive play has seemed improved, his handling of pace seemed improved, and so on, and we've seen stretches where these improvements seem to have disappeared.  What's more important, though, is that - so far - Rondo has avoided...
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20 days ago  |  Discuss

Rondo set to be a commentator on Celtics broadcast Monday against Bulls

Comcast SportsNet will add a new commentator to the list, in a year that's had Dave Cowens, Cedric Maxwell, and P.J Carlesimo. Rondo expressed an interest in doing some commentary and the idea come up with Mike Gorman. It should be a fun night for Rondo and for the fans. Let's see what Rondo can do. CSNNE Comcast SportsNet today announced that Celtics’ point guard Rajon...
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27 days ago  |  Discuss

Ray Allen Still Considers Boston Home, Honored By Place In Celtics Lore

BOSTON — Walking into TD Garden on Wednesday was an almost literal walk down memory lane for Ray Allen. Emblazoned on the walls of the hallway leading to the locker rooms are great moments from the Boston Celtics’ storied past, from Chuck Connors to Dave Cowens and beyond. Tom Heinsohn’s youthful face smiles out at visitors, beside Sam Jones preparing to release one of his...
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March 20, 2014  |  Discuss

Good Will Rondo’ing

“Ugh are you kidding me, what is this garbage all about?  Come on not again, not just after the annoying trade deadline just ended. ”  That was me, on Tuesday morning when I first read Steve Bulpett’s report that Rajon Rondo opted to skip his flight with the team to Sacramento to stay in LA and celebrate a birthday with family and friends.  I’m a huge Rondo fan, always...
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February 28, 2014  |  Discuss

Contemplating the Future

It's difficult to keep one's mind on the present with this Celtics team.  This season isn't over, but at this point, it would take a fairy tale finish to make the playoffs --  and of course, such a finish would infuriate tank enthusiasts as much as it would excite most fans.  Tank enthusiasts are a strange sort, though, if you ask me.  They seem to see themselves...
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February 04, 2014  |  Discuss

RareInk has some very cool Celtics art

We want to pass along a cool offer from RareInk: As the official art partner of the NBA, RareInk is proud to announce the release of a new 24-piece collection of vintage photo based artwork of Celtics legends Bill Russell, John Havlicek, Dave Cowens, Kevin McHale and Larry Bird. RareInk’s photo-art line is a complement to our original art pieces as we look to offer Celtics fans...
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January 28, 2014  |  Discuss

Amico on NBA: Bucks matter to league; let's hope they stay

Things are getting strange with Milwaukee basketball, and that's a little sad. I've always enjoyed the small-town feel the Bucks provide. In a league full of bright lights and big cities, Milwaukee is the one NBA place everyone seems to forget. Part of that is the Bucks haven't really been relevant in about a decade (or more). Part of it is there's simply nothing...
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December 20, 2013  |  Discuss

What the Hell Happened to...Bobby Wilson?

WTHHT is all about perseverance. We've seen it so many times before.  Guys come out of nowhere, against all odds, and wind up playing for the Boston Celtics.  Brett Szabo and Ronnie Grandison did it.  Hambone Williams, Bill Dinwiddie and Conner Henry did it too.But sometimes the stories are so incredulous you can't even believe it unless you heard it from the person himself...
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December 20, 2013  |  Discuss

Comments from the Other Side - Timberwolves 10/21

Don't you love how they bash Tommy even when he's not calling the game? I guess it's out of habit. It seems like every fan base hates the new delay of game rule that ends up delaying the game even more. They call it even when the ball accidentally touches a player after it goes through the hoop, which is ridiculous. Interesting trade conspiracy proposal in here also...
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October 21, 2013  |  Discuss

Jo Jo White Gaining Strength Years After Brain Surgery, Former Celtic ‘Could Make Sick Cool’

The 1970s Celtics were defined by John Havlicek‘s relentless motor and Dave Cowens‘ tenacity, but Jo Jo White brought the cool. “He really is a cool dude and a great human being,” former Celtics coach Doc Rivers observed. The past few years were not so cool for the seven-time NBA All-Star and two-time champion. White, 66, has gone through the worst stages in his recovery...
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October 16, 2013  |  Discuss

The all-time tournament of the best NON-TITLE Celtic teams

The all-time tournament of the best NON-TITLE Celtic teams By Cort Reynolds Although the Boston Celtic franchise has won a league-best 17 championships during 51 playoff appearances over its 67 seasons, they have also fielded as many title-caliber teams who narrowly lost out due to injury, bad calls or bad breaks, or by facing another fine team that was playing a bit better....
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October 13, 2013  |  Discuss

An Interview with Former Celtic Skip Young

As training camp is upon Celtics' nation, we figured it'd be a great time to get in on the inside.  To know what the rigors of training camp consisted of.  What better than to ask a former Celtic who experienced training camp himself? Skip Young was picked in the 7th round by the Celtics in the 1971 NBA draft.  Yet he more than made heads turn at training camp that year...
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October 07, 2013  |  Discuss

All-time Celtic champions tournament

By Cort Reynolds Of the NBA-record 17 championship teams the fabled Boston Celtic franchise has fielded, which is the very best of the best? To figure that puzzle out, I put together a fictional tournament of Celtic champions using the eye test, much reading and research, poring over Youtube clips on the older teams, and statistical analysis to come up with which legendary Celtic...
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October 02, 2013  |  Discuss

CSNNE to Make Changes in Celtics Coverage

We were all prepared for a much different Celtics team this season. The Celtics long time Captain is gone. KG is gone. There are many new faces on the team. The coaching staff is all new. There's a lot to get used to.  There is also a new radio affiliate for the team.  And now, it seems that we will be getting used to more newness when it comes to the television broadcasts...
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October 01, 2013  |  Discuss

WEEI, CSNNE Shaking Things Up

Things continue to be unsettled at WEEI, where Entercom Boston Vice President Jeff Brown departed yesterday for a similar position with Cumulus Media in Atlanta. Brown and Entercom say that this decision to leave was Brown’s alone. I had heard last week that Brown was interviewing for a position in Atlanta. But sources inside WEEI and in the industry insist Brown’s exit was not...
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October 01, 2013  |  Discuss

Report: Tom Heinsohn Will Work Only Celtics Home Games, Be Replaced By Team of Analysts on Road

Big changes to the Celtics’ broadcast coverage will not affect the place that matters most to fans — at least, not for home games. Tom Heinsohn and Mike Gorman will remain on the sideline calling Celtics games for the 33rd straight year, but Heinsohn will provide color commentary only for games at TD Garden, The Boston Globe reports. That small change in CSNNE’s broadcast plan...
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October 01, 2013  |  Discuss

CSNNE making major changes to the Celtics TV broadcast team

Familiar faces Greg Dickerson, Gary Tanguay, and Donny Marshall will no longer be a part of Comcast SportsNet New England's Boston Celtics television coverage this upcoming season (although Tanguay and Dickerson will both continue on with CSNNE).  Dickerson's sideline reporter role will now go to Abby Chin (above), who's been with the newtwork since last December (I...
Via Celtics Life
September 30, 2013  |  Discuss

CSNNE to Make Changes to Celtics Coverage

BOSTON -- Change. That single word has been the most accurate in describing the Boston Celtics offseason and apparently it will continue to be throughout the season. According to Chad Finn of Boston.com, Comcast SportsNet New England has decided to make a couple of adjustments to their coverage of the Cs this year, relieving sideline reporter Greg Dickerson and color analysts Gary...
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September 30, 2013  |  Discuss

All-time NBA/ABA tournament of champions: Part VI

All-time NBA/ABA tournament of champions: Part VI By Cort Reynolds The final three spots in the quarterfinals are now filled as the six best decade round losers faced off in a trio of one-game playoffs to earn entrance to the quarterfinals. The team with the better record in their season of play and the all-time tournament was given home court for the one-game play-in contest...
Via Celtics Life
September 20, 2013  |  Discuss

What the Hell Happened to...Eric Fernsten?

What the Hell Happened To, is usually all about perseverance.  Unheralded guys going the extra mile to make the mighty Boston Celtics.  This week's player, Eric Fernsten, epitomized that.  His entire career, he never quite felt safe enough about his job but it was always like that for him.  It was that way since he began playing basketball seriously the summer before his...
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August 20, 2013  |  Discuss

Dave Cowens Autographed Nike Blazers

  I found a truly rare piece of Celtics memorabilia on Ebay today.  Ebay seller swoosh26.2 has a signed deadstock pair of Dave Cowens Nike Blazers.  The shoes are also signed by the Celtics legend.  Cowens was one of the first NBA stars to embrace Nike.  It is very rare for sneakers of this age to come in the original (OG) box.  Making the shoes even cooler is the shipping...
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July 28, 2013  |  Discuss

Dee Brown talks about pumps, dunks and Celtic Pride

When you think of Dee Brown a few things come to mind. One is the ridiculous no look dunk he performed at the 1991 Slam Dunk. Two is the Reebok Pump Omni Lite shoe that he made famous during that contest. Besides winning the Slam Dunk title that year, Brown had a great career in the NBA playing for 12 years most notably for the Boston Celtics. I was able to have Dee Brown answer...
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July 02, 2013  |  Discuss

Road teams have had little luck in Game 7s of NBA Finals

MIAMI The San Antonio Spurs will take any motivation they can get for Thursdays Game 7 of the NBA Finals. They probably wont find much by looking up at the rafters.No team ever would be as foolish as the Los Angeles Lakers in 1969.Thinking the Lakers finally would break through against the Boston Celtics after six previous losses to them in the Finals, then team owner Jack Kent...
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June 19, 2013  |  Discuss

Heat's on to avoid being best team without an NBA title

MIAMI --The Miami Heat were rewriting NBA history with how they closed the regular season and entered the playoffs. But now theyre in jeopardy of making history in a not-so-great way.Could the Heat go down as the best team ever to not win the NBA championship?Trailing the NBA Finals 3-2 to San Antonio, Miami must win two games at home to claim a second straight crown. If not, an...
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June 17, 2013  |  Discuss

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