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It’s Not Fashionable To Be A Laker Fan

There are always debates in every realm of sports as to which city has the best and most supportive fan base.  Just about every Boston fan can make a logical (and sometimes illogical) argument as to why they are at the top.  Folks in New York will make a counter argument.  Cities all across the... [More]

May 18, 2010 Jay Uncategorized 6

Howard’s ego to blame for Game 1?

Via Orlando reporter Tania Ganguli's Twitter (courtesy Pinstriped Post): Dwight Howard said he took a "let me show people what I can do" mentality vs Perkins since we always talk about how good Perkins is vs him Howard said that caused him to get into a physical fight with Perkins, which he said is just... [More]

May 18, 2010 Chuck - Red's Army Uncategorized 2
The most exciting missed dunk I’ve ever seen

The most exciting missed dunk I’ve ever seen

I still don't know what to say about that attempt.  I don't even know what made him think he could get there.  But there's no doubt… Shannon Brown jumped like no one I've ever seen jump in game before.  If Jason Richardson didn't clip him a little… he would have finished that play. Unreal.... [More]

May 18, 2010 RedsArmyAdmin Uncategorized 6

Doc on Chicago rumor: “That’s silly”

Earlier today we pissed all over dismissed the absurd report rumor stating Doc Rivers would become the head coach of the Chicago Bulls next season. Doc addressed the rumor during this morning's shoot around: “It’s the first time I’ve heard it, but no,” Rivers told WEEI.com. “That’s silly.” As Paul Flannery points out, Doc has... [More]

May 18, 2010 Chuck - Red's Army Uncategorized 6

Cue the wild speculation: Doc will go to Chicago with LeBron

Terence Moore speaks in definite terms over at FanHouse: He's going to the Chicago Bulls. Trust me. Oh, and here's another thing: When LeBron James switches his dribbling home around the Great Lakes from Erie to Michigan, he'll bring his own coach with him. It'll be Doc Rivers. Now you can move on with the... [More]

May 18, 2010 RedsArmyAdmin Uncategorized 8

Your Morning Dump… Where Sheed is tough, not dirty

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. “In my younger days, it was to the point where I couldn’t do a lot of the dirty work because, you know, I was one of the... [More]

May 18, 2010 Chuck - Red's Army Uncategorized 6

Doc: Stick to the game plan

"We double-teamed three times and they scored all three times, when we were not supposed to double team," said Rivers. "Then dribble penetration. Jameer killed us off the dribble. We have to do a better job there." ESPN Boston: Practice report: Keep it going Seems pretty simple, really.  Get your heads out of your asses... [More]

May 17, 2010 RedsArmyAdmin Uncategorized 7

Refs Doing A Good Job In Playoffs: Did Fans Help Make It Happen?

by DRJ With the single exception of Cavs game 3, the referees have been calling the Celtics' playoff games reasonably fairly. Oh, they make mistakes and always will, but on balance, there has been no evident bias (except that one time). Those of us who have suffered in the NBA long enough recognize how unusual... [More]

May 17, 2010 RedsArmyAdmin Uncategorized 27

Dwight’s a child, the Celtics are men

I'm sort of borrowing from everywhere on this post.  The picture is from the always hilarious Doc Funk.  And the concept comes from Marcel Mutoni, who tweeted this during the game: Dwight is childish. Boston are a bunch of old, angry men. #youdothemath Dwight's halftime interview of himself is an example of his mentality.  The... [More]

May 17, 2010 RedsArmyAdmin Uncategorized 4

Which is the better Tony Allen alley oop?

Yesterday, from Rajon Rondo? Or in January, from Paul Pierce. Comment away... [More]

May 17, 2010 RedsArmyAdmin Uncategorized 12