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Boston & That Sports Babe with KCAL’s Jim Hill at 7pm

We're getting hyped for Game 6 with an LA flavor when we get KCAL/CBS 2 sports anchor Jim Hill on the show.  We're going at 7pm so everyone can get out to wherever they're going and celebrate… you know… should there be a need to celebrate. So head on over to our show page right... [More]

June 15, 2010 RedsArmyAdmin Uncategorized 2
The faith in this Celtics team has been inspiring

The faith in this Celtics team has been inspiring

Champion Celtics: We knew it all along from The Basketball Jones on Vimeo. It's just been so great to see how some of the brightest basketball minds saw through some of the Celtics rough patches to realize that the heart of a champion beat under the "old and tired" disguises. Hey… at least they're having... [More]

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Still need to get pumped?

Still need to get pumped?

What about now? Thanks KWAPT for the vid... [More]

June 15, 2010 RedsArmyAdmin Uncategorized 8

Tonight’s the night

If the Celtics are going to win this thing, they're going to have to do something improbable.  Hell… it's damn near impossible.  Or so it seems. They are either going to beat the Los Angeles Lakers in three straight games… or they'll beat Kobe, at home, in a Game 7. The Lakers have only lost... [More]

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Legler: Kobe doesn’t trust teammates

(My favorite) ESPN analyst Tim Legler had this to say about Kobe: “I think for Kobe Bryant, the problem right now is as the game goes on and the Celtics make a run in the second half, Kobe trusts his teammates less and less and less. And that’s a big problem for the Lakers,” Legler... [More]

June 15, 2010 Chuck - Red's Army Uncategorized 1

And the refs for Game 6 are….

Via ESPN Boston.com: Monty McCutchen, Joe DeRosa, and Ken Mauer are the officials assigned to referee Game 6 of the NBA Finals Tuesday night at the Staples Center. McCutchen and Mauer worked Boston's Game 2 victory that featured a series-high 58 whistles, while DeRosa was part of the Game 1 crew that called 54 infractions... [More]

June 15, 2010 Chuck - Red's Army Uncategorized 4

Your Morning Dump… KG is our defensive kingpin

' 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 the three games in Boston, two of which were won by the Celtics, Garnett averaged 18.7 points and 7.3 rebounds. Defense is equally important, and... [More]

June 15, 2010 Chuck - Red's Army Uncategorized 7

Kobe for MVP – Win or Lose?

Via John Hollinger of ESPN.com: While the Celtics deserve their 3-2 lead in the series, there's no question who the best player has been over these first five games. That point was driven home with a sledgehammer in Game 5 when Bryant scored 19 points in the third quarter only to find the Celtics' lead... [More]

June 14, 2010 Chuck - Red's Army Uncategorized 37

Garnett, to Pierce, to Rondo FTW!

I don't think people give Rondo enough credit for the CATCH on this.  The whole play was nuts.  Pierce's catch, whirl and pass was sick.  Rondo's finish was unreal (though we should be used to it by now and even Rondo called it "easy"). But look at how far back Rondo has to reach back... [More]

June 14, 2010 RedsArmyAdmin Uncategorized 3

Everything is better in slow motion

Don't take my word for it… take Dave Chappelle's.  Just about everything is better in slow motion. So when NBA.com started putting these highlights out is slow motion and set to music… I need to wipe the Big Baby-esque drool from my mouth, because they're awesome. First up, the Rondo tip in.  Watch as Rondo's... [More]

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