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T-Mobile Recap: Celtics beat Knicks

The Celtics raced out to a 35-19 lead after the 1st quarter. The defense was tight, the offense was fluid (and the beer was flowing in the T-Mobile suite). The Celtics reserves were unable to stretch the lead. Michael Finley (2 pts, 1-9 FG) had one turnover which had me calling him TA. The lead... [More]

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Celtics/Knicks Game Preview

Celtics (42-24) vs. Knicks (24-43) Game time: 7:30pm, TD Garden. TV – CSN, Radio – WEEI-AM (850) Team Leaders Scoring Bos: Pierce – 17.5                  Knicks: David Lee - 20.0 ReboundingBos: Perkins – 7.7                  Knicks: David Lee - 11.8 AssistsBos: Rondo – 9.7                    Knicks: Chris Duhon – 6.1 Who'll go off:  Ray Allen.... [More]

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Has ‘Sheed really been that bad?

Rasheed Wallace has been the whipping boy for everything that's wrong with the Celtics; lazy, lack of focus, wait-til-the-playoffs attitude, etc… But has he really had that bad a season? The answer is yes, according to Kirk Minihane of WEEI.com: Take a look at some of his numbers vs. the best teams in the league:... [More]

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New Boston & That Sports Babe

Need something to pass the time before you head out to get bombed on St. Patrick's Day?  How about an hour of Boston & That Sports Babe? Our guest last night was Bomani Jones of ESPN.com's Page 2 and The Morning Jones on Hardcore Sports Radio.  Bo explained to us how the Celtics are like... [More]

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Who is that athletic, small forward for the Knicks?

Bill Walker has scored more than 20 points in a game four times since the trade to New York. Of all the guys in the deal (Nate Robinson, Eddie House, JR Giddens and Marcus Landry), Walker is averaging the most points-per-game with his new team – 10.6. Oh yeah, he's also shooting 59.8 percent. He's... [More]

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Your Morning Dump… Where Doc sees it even if you don’t

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 keep telling them what I see,’’ Rivers said. “I don’t care how frustrating it gets for me, I see it. If you see it or not,... [More]

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It was worth the BS technical

It was worth the BS technical

No… ref who's never dunked a basketball… go ahead.  Call tech on the little guy whose momentum caused him to swing almost on top of someone.  Of course Nate should have let go, fallen onto the guy below him, and potentially hurt himself. Idiot.  Oh… awesome dunk, by the way.... [More]

March 16, 2010 RedsArmyAdmin Uncategorized 20

Our new Nate shirt

Nate Robinson has walked in here and torn things up.  So let's show him (and Chuck's bookie) some love by buying our new "Domi-Nate" shirt.  If you like the one you see… click on the picture to buy it.  If you want to see what other styles we have (including women's and children's) just head... [More]

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Screening the Assists

Screening the Assists

By MrTrpleDouble10 The NBA is in the midst of a statistical revolution of sorts.  More and more we’re reading about certain organizations implementing a new metric that would make Einstein proud.  In Saturday’s Boston Herald, Doc Rivers may have dropped a subtle hint as to what one of those metrics might be: “Pick Assists.”  Doc... [More]

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I don’t know what to believe anymore

Hey Celtics…. how about less this:   And more this: Are you ready to start jerking us fans around with up and down performances?  Are you ready to start pumping out virtuoso performances that remind everyone that you're best. Because one night I see one thing… and the other night I see a different team. ... [More]

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