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TA Ankle Injury From Game 2

TA Ankle Injury From Game 2

During the extended break in between games two and three, Doc Rivers informed the masses that Tony Allen suffered an ankle injury.  According to Doc, it occurred during the first quarter of Game 2.  Naturally, the next step for Redsarmy.com is to go to the video and try to spot it. Towards the end of... [More]

May 25, 2010 Jay Uncategorized 2

Vince Carter has a lot of balls for a guy with no balls

Of all the players on the floor last night, Vince Carter was the last guy who had any right to talk about having guts.  He was terrible.  In the biggest game of his career… a game for which the Magic specifically acquired him… he stepped up with 3 points on 1 of 9 shooting.  He... [More]

May 25, 2010 RedsArmyAdmin Uncategorized 5

Perk is the most important player in this series

We've all been talking about a lot of guys being very important.  And yeah… this team NEEDS a lot of guys to step up and do great things.  But the fact of the matter is this:  Kendrick Perkins is THE most important player in this series.  And that was proven last night. There were a... [More]

May 25, 2010 RedsArmyAdmin Uncategorized 6

Enemy Chatter: A lot of ‘if that’ and ‘what if’

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 Orlando. The victory in Game 4 is at least a start. Now the Magic come home Wednesday night and will be expected to win Game 5, too. If... [More]

May 25, 2010 Chuck - Red's Army Uncategorized 6

Your Morning Dump… Where the Celtics needed a timeout

  (Photo: Matthew West/Boston Herald) 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. “It was a pick-and-roll, me and Ray Allen, and I just pretty much screwed it up, turned the ball over,’’ Pierce said.... [More]

May 25, 2010 Chuck - Red's Army Uncategorized 15

Magic refuse to die

If I'm exhausted from watching that game, I cannot imagine how the players feel. Jameer Nelson (23 points, 5 rebounds, 9 assists) absolutely killed the Celtics tonight. His penetration (off the pick and roll) and passing was the key to the Magic victory. Dwight Howard (32 points, 16 rebounds) benefited the most from Nelson's penetration.... [More]

May 24, 2010 Chuck - Red's Army Uncategorized 42

Celtics-Magic Game 4 Open Thread

Let's end this thing!... [More]

May 24, 2010 RedsArmyAdmin Uncategorized 32

Epic Lottery bust guarantees Magic victory

Raise your hand if you knew Adonal Foyle was still in the NBA? Believe it or not, the 1997 lottery pick bust is a member of the Orlando Magic. In a blog for the Orlando Sentinel, Foyle predicts a Magic victory: What happened is that a group of aliens took over our team (those of... [More]

May 24, 2010 Chuck - Red's Army Uncategorized 9

Enemy Chatter: Magic fans have thrown in the towel

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 Orlando. Check out the latest post on Orlando Pinstriped Post: Would you rather the Boston Celtics sweep the Orlando Magic out of the Eastern Conference Finals tonight, or... [More]

May 24, 2010 Chuck - Red's Army Uncategorized 8
Raj-GONE In Less Than 60 Seconds

Raj-GONE In Less Than 60 Seconds

We've all seen it several times by now.  Thousands witnessed it live while millions of others dropped their collective jaws at the TV.  What shall henceforth be simply known as: "The Dive, The Play," Rajon Rondo exhibited carpe diem at its finest.  Prior to that however, he almost gave everyone a preview of what he... [More]

May 24, 2010 Jay Uncategorized 4