Nobody actually believed the Celtics was going to storm into Philadelphia and steal a win on opening night. And they didn’t. On the bright side, Philly didn’t dominate either. Don’t … Continue Reading Celtics Lose Opener to Sixers, 107-93
Over the summer, Jamal Murray created a stir when he inked a $170 million extension. Siakam recently made $130 million this past week. Today, NBA Twitter is aghast at Jaylen … Continue Reading Jaylen Brown & Celtics Agree on Extension, $103 million, 4-years
This preseason inspired a feeling Celtics fans have not had in a very long time, a belief better, happier days are here. There is no looming sense of dread if … Continue Reading Why Gordon Hayward Will Never, Ever Succeed In Boston
Celtics fans were disappointed about a great many things last season. One of the major issues was Gordon Hayward not fulfilling the promise we believed he initially had returning from … Continue Reading Will THE REAL Gordon Hayward Please Stand Up?
One feather Danny Ainge certainly can put under his cap throughout all the turmoil of these last twelve or so months, he’s excelled at finding diamonds in the rough. All … Continue Reading Water Rising and Maximum Strus-Drive
Boston has an unspectacular battle brewing for the final roster spot. With the only two-way contracts already occupied by LSU’s Tremont Waters and DePaul’s Max Strus, the likes of 7-7 … Continue Reading Fall vs Green vs Gates
Back in 2015 the Celtics got my hopes up by acquiring veteran center David Lee from the champion Warriors. Not too long ago Lee averaged 18 points and 9 rebounds … Continue Reading Brad, Do Not Start Enes Kanter
“You tried your best and you failed miserably” is a quote I’ve attributed to how this United States FIBA team’s been received. Superstars shunning to pledge allegiance this time around … Continue Reading Jingoism Is Okay for Team USA
One of my controversial takes I only make in a futile attempt to gain attention is the USA FIBA team would be better off if Donovan Mitchell had no part … Continue Reading This U.S Team Isn’t Good Enough
Like the Celtics, I too do not respond well to pressure and when people are relying on me to come through. I too crumble and succumb to finger pointing when … Continue Reading No Expectations, No Worries
The little time I’ve been able to watch USA basketball I’ve seen some encouraging things from Jayson Tatum and Jaylen Brown. Both are using their speed more effectively than they … Continue Reading How Is “Plan J” Going?
A couple of years ago while one of my daily mindless surfings of the intellectual dark webs I stumbled across an article that reverses the outcomes of all the Super … Continue Reading Alternate NBA Finals
The FIBA tournament isn’t for another month. But it’s been a while since I’ve talked about basketball. My fix only being met by writing lackadaisical wrestling stories, and other meaningless … Continue Reading Introducing The U.S FIBA Team
The dreams of hanging up a Summer League champions banner will have to wait another year. The Celtics fall to the Memphis Grizzlies 94-88, due to their inability to box … Continue Reading Celtics Summer League Game 5 Notes
There’s something special about this crop of Celtics Summer League squad they only get stronger with each game, their confidence grows and grows and trickles down to everyone. What we … Continue Reading Celtics Summer League Game 4 Notes
The backcourt duo of Tremont Waters and Carsen Edwards coming off the bench continues to dazzle. Waters dropping five dimes to go with 12 points anchored a decisive Celtics fourth … Continue Reading Celtics Summer League Game 3 Notes