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Announcing: A new show… and the next edition of ours

I'm happy to announce that I'll be taking part in a new, live call in show called "Boston & That Sports Babe".  I'll be doing the show with Jackie Taylor, a Lakers fan, blogger, and general NBA nut (you can find her on Twitter at @ThatSportsBabe).  The concept is kind of adversarial… East vs. West,... [More]

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Your KG Face of the Day

Tuesday, December 29, 2009 The "If LeBron can eat some kids fries… why can't I?  That kid's got a full bag right there.  Mmmmm… french fries." Photo by Jed Jacobsohn/Getty Images... [More]

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Andray Blatche sure gets embarrassed a lot

Andray Blatche sure gets embarrassed a lot

Man… Andray Blatche keeps getting embarrassed in spectacular ways.  Last night, it was Jamaal Tinsley dribbling the ball THROUGH Blatche's legs on his way to the hoop (via Ball Don't Lie) Last week… it was Ryan Hollins' turn.  All Hollins did was make Blatche sniff his jock as he posterized him.  And of course we... [More]

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The 10 Worst Celtics Moments This Decade

It was quite a decade for Celtics fans. While we've enjoyed a great deal of success over the past few seasons, lets not forget the misery we endured for the first seven years of the decade. Here's my list of the worst Celtics moments in the 2000s. If you agree or disagree, let us know... [More]

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The Hidden Manor: Eddie House’s Inconspicuous Effort this Season

By Graham Brunell Eddie House was a huge part of the Big Three-run Celtics teams. His energy and style of play had me in disbelief during my first solid look at him. A generally disengaged player from the fan's point of view by the time he came to Boston, House was expected to begin his... [More]

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Enemy Chatter: Ronny Turiaf’s swagger is off the charts

I often wonder what opposing teams, their beat reporters and bloggers are saying about the Celtics after playing the Celtics. Here's a dose of 'enemy chatter' from Oakland. "The force was with us," coach Don Nelson said. "It was a wonderful game for us. Wins are hard to find, especially against two quality teams in... [More]

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Your Morning Dump… Where Monta Ellis was everywhere

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. “[Ellis] played great for them," said Celtics coach Doc Rivers. "He basically saved the game for them at the end of the game with that play. One... [More]

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Turnovers Can Kill

Thanks to 25 turnovers, the Celtics lost to the Warriors, 103-99, their second consecutive road defeat to one of the worst teams in the league. The Cs had another tough night from beyond the arc: 5-19. I'm too tired to tally the number of threes taken in the 4th quarter, but it seemed like too... [More]

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C’s lobby for Rondo

“He’s a leader,” coach Doc Rivers said as Rondo led the Celts against the Los Angeles Clippers last night. “He’s obtained that this year, and that’s all off-the-court stuff. His on-the-court (performance) alone has made him an All-Star in my opinion, but we’ll see.”…… “He has a lot more confidence in himself,” House said. “You... [More]

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Your KG Face of the Day

  Monday, December 28, 2009 The "Do you think I LIKE hitting you?  No… I don't… but that's what happens when you miss clutch free throws.  Now remember… if anyone asks, you walked into a door." Photo by Andrew D. Bernstein/NBAE via Getty Images... [More]

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