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I Will Always Secretly Question KG’s Knee Injury

“I’m looking forward to getting better,” Garnett said, before adding, “I’ll see you guys next year.” I want to move past the KG injury, but something deep down inside just won't let me do that. It might be because the last time we saw him (a four game stretch in late March), he played "effectively"... [More]

May 18, 2009 Chuck - Red's Army Uncategorized 25

Offseason Questions: Stephon Marbury

I really wasn't prepared to be asking these questions right now… but… here we are. There are a lot of questions for the Celtics to answer this offseason.  As Chuck alluded to last night, the Celtics are in a precarious financial position.  They've got all their money tied up in the Big 3, and that... [More]

May 18, 2009 RedsArmyAdmin Uncategorized 18

Another Impulsive Season Recap

This entertaining email-turned-post comes from loyal Red's Army reader and infrequent contributor – Rob G. Enjoy! Even though I have very little respect for Orlando as a team (relative to the other top notch teams in the NBA) and I am positive that the Celtics would have mopped the floor with the Magic if they... [More]

May 18, 2009 Chuck - Red's Army Uncategorized 8

They Had Nothing Left

The Celtics have been driving with the gas light on for a long time (like Kramer in that Seinfeld episode).  And last night, they just ran out of gas.  Paul Pierce said so. “We still had our chances. I thought going into the fourth quarter, I think we were down five or six, and we’ve... [More]

May 18, 2009 RedsArmyAdmin Uncategorized 22

It’s Over

The reign as defending world champs came to a frustrating end tonight. In the end, the Magic simply had more weapons than the Celtics. Orlando played superb defense in this series. Except for tonight, they (Courtney Lee and J.J. Redick) busted their ass and wouldn't let Ray Allen beat them. They doubled team Paul Pierce... [More]

May 17, 2009 Chuck - Red's Army Uncategorized 88

Worst Possible Start

  After crapping the bed in the first quarter, the Celtics salvaged the first half by playing halfway decent basketball in the latter part of the 2nd quarter. The Magic are shooting a scary 70% from 3-point land, while the the Celtics' offense is stagnant. The refs finally started calling fouls on the Magic and... [More]

May 17, 2009 Chuck - Red's Army Uncategorized 28

Doctorate of Clutch

Larry may look goofy as hell in a Boston University cap and gown, but he was the best at ripping out a team's heart with the game on the line. Here's hoping some of Larry's killer instinct finds his way into Paul Pierce tonight. Go Celtics!!!!... [More]

May 17, 2009 Chuck - Red's Army Uncategorized 3
Who Wants It More?

Who Wants It More?

3 @ 3 Sunday, May 17, 2009 8:00 pm ET TD BankNorth Garden (Boston, MA) Here we go again, folks. For the fourth time since the core of this roster has been assembled, the Celtics are set to play for their season in a Game 7. I'll spare us all some time. From x's and... [More]

May 17, 2009 Uncategorized 5

Nothing is over until we decide it is

Bluto's Speech NSFW Language Turkoglu… is a DEAD MAN!! Howard…. DEAD!!! Van Gundy… DEAD!!! Now who's with me?!?!... [More]

May 17, 2009 RedsArmyAdmin Uncategorized 6

4 Reasons Why The Celtics Will Win

Aside from all the history (Celtics 32-0 when leading a series 3-2, 17-3 in Game 7s at home), I've come up with a handful of reasons why the Celtics (2.5 pt favorites) will beat the Magic in Game 7: 1. By the 8pm tip-off, it will have been nearly three full days since these teams... [More]

May 17, 2009 Chuck - Red's Army Uncategorized 5