What is compelling about the San Antonio Spurs is they essentially morphed from the gold standard of egalitarian basketball, to almost the exact opposite. Gone are Tim Duncan, Tony Parker … Continue Reading The Reinvention of DeMar DeRozan
As the playoff picture unfolds there are still some twists and turns left to be taken before anything is set in stone. However, the Celtics possible opponents come spring are … Continue Reading Pick Your Poison
We’ve seen superstars uproot themselves from their small-market scene in favor of brighter lights and greener pastures. LeBron (twice) and Kevin Durant are the most recent examples. The common consensus … Continue Reading Should The Celtics Want Kyrie Irving?
Uh huh, life’s like this Uh huh, uh huh, that’s the way it is ‘Cause life’s like this Uh huh, uh huh that’s the way it is Coming to grips … Continue Reading Why Did You Have To Make Everything So Complicated, Celtics?
If you’re Bill Simmons, you’re panicking because your favorite team people accuse you of shamelessly shilling for – of which now he now needlessly maligns – you need someone to … Continue Reading It’s All… Someone Else’s Fault
Bill Simmons: Tonight on the B.S Pod my guests: Jon Favreau talks to me about the 2020 Democratic Primary. Is Kamala Harris the Steph Curry of politics? Nephew Kyle, you’re … Continue Reading The Boston Sporting Guy Podcast
Karl Marx once said when summarizing the coup of 1852 in France, which saw the nephew of Napoleon Bonaparte crown himself emperor of the Second French Empire “History repeats … … Continue Reading The First of Messidor of LeBron James
Say if our worst fears are realized, everyone who can leave leaves. Kyrie Irving. Marcus Morris. Terry Rozier. Three huge pieces to this talented, but inconstant and dejected cast of … Continue Reading It Isn’t Doom and Gloom if Kyrie Leaves
When I am trying to resist the temptation to delve deep into the abyss of negativity Celtics twitter becomes during any rough stretch, I am reminded of the old “Family … Continue Reading The Boston Apathetics
Let get down to brass tax: I take the All-Star Game too seriously, precisely because no one else does. Kobe Bryant during his glorified retirement tour accumulated 110,000 votes than … Continue Reading Vinny’s All-Star Team, 2019 Edition
How do you know you’ve had too much of a good thing? Only when the gravy train comes to a screaming halt, when it is too late we realize we’ve … Continue Reading Time To Trade Marcus Morris
Teams talk to each other commonly and inquire about the other’s players equally so. So it’s not unusual you’ll hear that the Dallas Mavericks and the Phoenix Suns discuss the … Continue Reading Mavs Willing To Give Up On Dennis Smith
Boston Celtics’ Gordon Hayward has been just informed he will be sent to the G-League to rehab with the Maine Red Claws, per @Sailboatstudios. Okay, fine. So that didn’t happen. … Continue Reading It’s Time To Tell Gordon The Bad News
Per Shams, the Philadelphia 76ers have traded for All-Star Jimmy Butler from Minnesota for Dario Saric, Robert Covington, Jerryd Bayless and a 2022 2nd round pick; Timberwolves backup center Justin … Continue Reading Jimmy Butler To Philly
In the third installment of the Golden State Warriors/Kevin Durant team-up, you’d think they’d be more complacent after two championships and their biggest competitor will likely never be seen in … Continue Reading I Hate The Warriors
DeJounte Murray’s absence places a lot of emphasis on Patty Mills for the Spurs to make the playoffs. Can the 30-year-old meet expectation?