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Kiss our Ass, Geoffrey C. Arnold

Here are some excerpts from Geoffrey C. Arnold's column in the Oregonian: In the Dec. 5 game in Boston, the Celtics punked the Blazers — pushing and shoving them around like annoying pipsqueaks on the playground. To win tonight, Portland will need to find the mental strength to remain focused in the face of relentless... [More]

December 30, 2008 RedsArmyAdmin Uncategorized 9

Should Pruitt Get More Minutes?

That's the question being asked by Jeff on Celtics Blog For one thing, the guy has paid his dues.  He spent a good portion of last year working the D-League over, learning the pro game and getting a better feel for playing the point at this level.  Then he had an excellent training camp and... [More]

December 30, 2008 RedsArmyAdmin Uncategorized 6

8 Minutes of Fury

Kevin Garnett has been playing a lot more than usual lately.  And it might have caught up to him out West.  So in an effort to keep the Big Ticket fresh, Doc's got a new plan for KG's minutes:  play him in 8 minute stretches. "Playing less than eight minutes in a row is solid... [More]

December 30, 2008 RedsArmyAdmin Uncategorized 4

Hate the Lakers, Love the Blazers

Anyone else tired with all the bitching about the Lakers around here? I'm turning over a new leaf and ready to embrace our next opponent, the Blazers. Unlike those goofs at LakerNation (sorry that shot was a reflex), the folks over at BlazeofLove run a damn fine web site. I especially admire the work they... [More]

December 30, 2008 RedsArmyAdmin Uncategorized 15

Roy and Oden Might Miss C’s Game

Marc Spears reports: Blazers center Greg Oden sprained his left ankle while coming down on teammate Shavlik Randolph's foot at practice today in Portland. Oden received X-rays yesterday and is a game-time decision for tomorrow's game against Boston in Portland. Blazers guard Brandon Roy has a right mild hamstring strain and is a game-time decision,... [More]

December 29, 2008 RedsArmyAdmin Uncategorized Comments Off

How It Looked From Their Side

The Kings, shall we say, are not doing well this year.  Their only real notable win was beating the Lakers (note: ha ha).  But last night was a low point for them. Hey, we've been there… and not all that long ago.  But in my opinion, the blogging is better when your team is bad. ... [More]

December 29, 2008 RedsArmyAdmin Uncategorized Comments Off

How Lakers Fans Spend Their Time

This is how we know we've hit it big.  When Lakers fans randomly decide to leave their blogs and come talk trash on ours. I'm glad to see that the Lakers are so self confident that they have to come to a Celtics site to pump themselves up.  Whatever makes you feel better, I guess. ... [More]

December 29, 2008 RedsArmyAdmin Uncategorized 16

Beastondo For MVP

Kendrick Perkins returned to the lineup last night and showed why the Celtics need the Beast in the middle of the paint.  He blocked 4 shots and grabbed 12 rebounds in 27 minutes of work. Rajon Rondo knifed through the defense at will.  And while he only managed 6 assists, many of his passes led... [More]

December 29, 2008 RedsArmyAdmin Uncategorized Comments Off

Cruisin’

C's leading the Kings by 25 at the break. They are dominating all facets of this game. Box Score... [More]

December 29, 2008 RedsArmyAdmin Uncategorized 13

“The worst 27-4 team ever”

So says Mark Massengil Heisler… If anyone forgot, as almost everyone did, the Lakers' size, depth and athleticism are far superior to the Celtics'. If the Lakers played as hard as the Celtics, and defended as well, they really would win 70. Just keep this in mind:  This guy got paid to write this pile... [More]

December 29, 2008 RedsArmyAdmin Uncategorized 12