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Sunday, November 29, 2009 The "The secret to KG's intensity is revealed when Brian 'The Great Gazoo' Scalabrine appears and orders him to finger-wag at Jose Calderon"... [More]

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Hey Nets… you better hope Karma ain’t lookin’

Lawrence Frank, whose New Jersey Nets are off to one of the worst starts in history, has lost his job The New Jersey Nets fired coach Lawrence Frank on Sunday after losing their first 16 games during one of the worst starts in NBA history. Assistant Tom Barrise will coach the team Sunday night in... [More]

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Plays of the Week

Plays of the Week

Every Sunday, we go back over the past week and count down the best plays.  Disagree with the order?  Let us know in the comments. #5:  KG crazy flip shot, but it doesn't count #4: Ray Allen with the long save to Perkins for the lay in #3: Rondo on the fast break finds Paul... [More]

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Your Morning Dump… Where Paul Pierce could write a book

Every morning, we compile the links of the day and dump them here… highlighting the big storyline.  Because there's nothing quite as satisfying a good morning dump. “He’s an extension of Kevin [Garnett],” Pierce said with a laugh after Saturday’s practice. “Between the two you hear a lot of stories. It’s fun. I could write... [More]

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Your KG Face of the Day

Saturday, November 28, 2009 The "What the F*#@ do you mean 'Reply hazy, try again?' Will people shut the f#@* up about my knee, or what?"... [More]

November 28, 2009 RedsArmyAdmin Uncategorized 1

Ray back with Celtics in Miami

In what can only be a good sign for the health of his son, Walker… Ray Allen is with the Celtics in Miami as they get ready for tomorrow's game against the Heat. Allen missed practice Saturday, but the Celtics said he was back with the team for its flight to Miami and should be... [More]

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Bill Walker drops 25 in NBDL opener

Chris Forsberg runs it down on ESPN Boston Celtics forward Bill Walker, assigned to Maine of the NBA Development League last weekend as he recovers from recent knee surgery, scored a team-high 25 points as the Red Claws fell to the Sioux Falls Skyforce, 112-95, in their season-opener Friday night. Walker connected on 8 of... [More]

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Ray’s son hospitalized

Via the Globe: Celtics guard Ray Allen missed practice Saturday to be with his son, Walker, who was hospitalized, according to a team source. Allen's status for the Celtics' visit to Miami Sunday has not been determined. Walker Allen, who suffers from diabetes, was hospitalized Friday. Ray Allen scored 20 points in the Celtics' 116-103... [More]

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The Week in Review

Lots of drama for Celtics fans this week. It started with the Kevin Garnett buzzer-beater in New York. KG had to chastise reporters, again, for asking questions about his knee. Danny Ainge went on WEEI and told the world KG isn't hurt, because he wouldn't be allowed to play if he was injured. Speaking of... [More]

November 28, 2009 Chuck - Red's Army Uncategorized Comments Off

I dub thee, Sir Turkododo

“They gotta know that he’s a damn flopper,” [Rasheed] Wallace said. “That’s all Turkododo do. Flopping shouldn’t get you no where. He acts like I shot him.” WEEI – Sheed: NBA going soft Jeff at Celtics Blog has started the movement, and I'm seconding:  Hedo shall heretofore be known as "Turkododo".  That is all. Photo by... [More]

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