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That Was Embarassing

Another horrible loss to a crappy team. For those who are counting, that's 4 losses in the last 6 games. The Celtics shot a hideous 6-25 from 3 FG. Ray Allen was 0-9 from three. Kevin Garnett had 6 pts on 1-6 FG. Looks like he suffered some type of calf injury in the second... [More]

January 5, 2009 RedsArmyAdmin Uncategorized 23

Washed Up But Still A Good Guy

Found this blurb on Antoine Walker in Newsday: Antoine Walker's greatest impression with the Grizzlies was made in the seat cushion at the end of the bench. But there are some in Memphis who miss the chunky forward since his buyout in mid-December. Walker, 32, who reportedly walked away with about 95 percent of his... [More]

January 4, 2009 RedsArmyAdmin Uncategorized 7

Hard To Find Good Help

Cruise around the web today for Celtics news and you'll find a lot of stuff about the Celtics search for bench help. From the Globe: Despite their recent losses, the sky hasn't fallen. The Celtics won't make a kneejerk move to add a veteran big man or a veteran guard with scoring skills off the... [More]

January 4, 2009 RedsArmyAdmin Uncategorized Comments Off

Celebrate The Cobra

People are really hating on Kevin Garnett… and "The Cobra" is part of the reason why.   Well, I say they can go screw.  Celebrate "The Cobra" with our latest shirt.  Click on the photo, or visit our store for more versions featuring this design.... [More]

January 4, 2009 RedsArmyAdmin Uncategorized 2

Ray Feels for Steph

After practice today, Ray Allen commented on the mess that is Stephon Marbury and the New York Knicks: "It’s somewhat disappointing watching what happened with Stephon,” Allen said after Saturday’s practice. “He and I grew up playing together, against each other [in] high school basketball and then being drafted together, we got traded for each... [More]

January 3, 2009 RedsArmyAdmin Uncategorized 2

One Week Until Our Biggest Test

Lakers fans can say what they want, the Cleveland Cavaliers have emerged as the biggest threat to the Celtics… if not for the mere fact that we'll have to get through them to even get to the Finals. The Eastern Conference semifinals last year was an epic matchup that was won because Paul Pierce matched... [More]

January 3, 2009 RedsArmyAdmin Uncategorized 13

Don’t Deny The Chance…

Asked if he's interested in reuniting in Boston with former Wolves teammates Kevin Garnett, during an appearance on Minnesota's local TV broadcast of Friday night's victory over Golden State, Marbury said: "Definitely." "When I left here [in 1999], it wasn't about basketball," Marbury said. "When I was younger, I had a different disposition as far... [More]

January 3, 2009 RedsArmyAdmin Uncategorized 10

Now That’s More Like It

I can't tell you how happy I was to flip over to Comcast after watching Kung Fu Panda and see the C's up 28 in the fourth quarter. But this beat down (108-83) was not as bad as the one Boston delivered to the Wizards a month ago…when they won by 34. (That was the... [More]

January 3, 2009 RedsArmyAdmin Uncategorized 9
That Was Some Ugly Gear

That Was Some Ugly Gear

Another classic commercial featuring Larry Bird.  I can't believe that the NBA had such disgusting looking gear back in the 80's.  I wonder if we'll look back on the stuff we're wearing today in 2028, and have the same level of disgust? (via Basketbawful)... [More]

January 2, 2009 RedsArmyAdmin Uncategorized 4

Big Shot Rob

More speculation, courtesy of the Sacramento Bee: Robert Horry – after previously saying he would consider playing only for the Spurs, Rockets or Mavericks because they are likely playoff teams close to his Houston home or Orlando because he could take his kids to Disney World – has not ruled out the Celtics. Sounds like... [More]

January 2, 2009 RedsArmyAdmin Uncategorized 6