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Why go away from Rondo in crunch time?

Photo by Noah Graham/NBAE via Getty Images Rajon Rondo is stepping into his own as an NBA point guard.  He's easily the fastest guy on the team… the best passer on the team… and the best ball handler on the team. So why, in crunch time, do the Celtics insist on going away from running... [More]

February 19, 2010 RedsArmyAdmin Uncategorized 28

Doc and Phil Jackson agree: The 30-day rule is a joke

One of the main points in my rant against the Antawn Jamison trade is the fact that the Cavs could pretty much get the main player traded on their end back after a buyout.  So they could essentially get Jamison… a 20 and 9 guy… for a couple of draft picks. A lot of people... [More]

February 19, 2010 RedsArmyAdmin Uncategorized 5

Giddens: The shamrock tattoo stays

WEEI spoke to JR Giddens to get his reaction to being traded to the Knicks.  He said he was happy to get an opportunity to maybe get a few more minutes in a transition-style offense.  He's also happy to be going with familiar teammates. But really, the critical question is: You have that shamrock tattooed... [More]

February 19, 2010 RedsArmyAdmin Uncategorized 5

Your Morning Dump… Where Doc wants to threaten Ray all the time

Every morning, we compile the links of the day and dump them here… highlighting the big storyline. Because there's nothing quite as satisfying as a good morning dump. “I don’t know if it was good defense by both teams or horrendous offense,’’ Rivers said. “Actually, I thought it was good defense. It’s funny, people complain... [More]

February 19, 2010 RedsArmyAdmin Uncategorized 10

Celtics Survive in LA

It wasn't pretty. In fact, the Celtics did everything they could to give away this game in the 4th quarter, but they pulled it out, 87-86. How hard was it? The Cs scored just 11 points in the final quarter. Ray Allen, Paul Pierce and Kevin Garnett went scoreless in the last 12 minutes. Fueled... [More]

February 19, 2010 Chuck - Red's Army Uncategorized 45

Nate will join the Celtics Friday

Via Boston.com: “Nate is one of the great athletes in the league and he brings a dynamic scorer to our team,” said Danny Ainge, Celtics President of Basketball Operations said in a release. “We have been seeking a second ball handler capable of penetrating the defense and we believe that he provides that. We love... [More]

February 18, 2010 Chuck - Red's Army Uncategorized 3

Let’s talk trade tonight at 9:30

Well, that was a wild day, huh? The 2 Man Game is back… and just in the nick of time.  We're going live tonight at 9:30.. and we'll go right up to the Celtics-Lakers tip off.   And as an added bonus… ESPN Boston's Chris Forsberg will join us just before the game starts live from... [More]

February 18, 2010 RedsArmyAdmin Uncategorized 2

Celtics/Lakers Game Preview

Celtics (33-18) vs Lakers (42-13) Game time: 10:30pm, Staples Center, Los Angeles. TV – CSN, TNT. Radio – WEEI-AM (850). Team Leaders Scoring Bos: Pierce – 18.6                  Lakers: Kobe Bryant – 28.0 ReboundingBos: Perkins – 8.0                  Lakers: Pau Gasol – 11.2 AssistsBos: Rondo – 9.6                    Lakers: Bryant – 4.7 Who'll go... [More]

February 18, 2010 Chuck - Red's Army Uncategorized 10

Nate Deal Official

According to the Herald: A long two days finally came to a conclusion roughly 30 minutes ago, when the Celtics and Knicks agreed to a five-player deal that will send Eddie House, J.R. Giddens and Bill Walker to New York in exchange for Nate Robinson and reserve forward Marcus Landry. Both teams are now waiting... [More]

February 18, 2010 Chuck - Red's Army Uncategorized 12

ESPN: Tenative Deal Done

Via Chris Sheridan and Chris Forsberg The Boston Celticshave reached a tentative agreement on a deal with the New York Knicksto send Eddie House, J.R. Giddensand Bill Walker to New York for Nate Robinsonand a second player, according to multiple sources. The identity of the second New York player was not immediately clear. The name Marcus... [More]

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