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C’s have the best summer league shooter

The best shooter in summer league history was wearing a Celtics jersey this year.  His name is Chris Lofton. He's also a cancer survivor. Lofton, the former Southeastern Conference Player of the Year (2007) from Tennessee, set an Orlando Pro Summer League record for most 3-pointers made (15 of 25), despite averaging just 16 minutes... [More]

July 11, 2009 RedsArmyAdmin Uncategorized 2

Rock an old school Celtics look

On Saturday, Nike is putting out a "Bulls vs. Celtics" retro Air Jordan pack that is an absolute must-have if you're a sneaker head.  Dime Magazine has the details As part of the larger Jordan 60+ series that’s been honoring all the games in which the G.O.A.T. scored 60 points or more, this set dates... [More]

July 10, 2009 RedsArmyAdmin Uncategorized 6
Old school Rondo video

Old school Rondo video

Rajon just posted this old video on his blog of him feeding Josh Smith for a dunk.  Even with the shaky video, you can see it's one of Rondo's classic passes that comes out of nowhere.... [More]

July 10, 2009 RedsArmyAdmin Uncategorized 8

Glen Davis Won’t Be Going to Orlando

Via the Orlando Sentinel: The Orlando Magic have met their No. 1 goal in free agency this off-season: adding a big man. An NBA source has told the Orlando Sentinel that the Magic and free-agent power forward Brandon Bass have reached an agreement in principle for a four-year deal. At 6 feet 8 and 250 pounds, Bass... [More]

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Grant Hill Staying With Phoenix

Via Yahoo!: Grant Hill has decided to re-sign with Phoenix, and a large part of the decision is based on the belief that Steve Nash is close to reaching an agreement on a contract extension, league sources told Yahoo! Sports. Hill has begun telling associates he’s staying with the Suns. Phoenix owner Robert Sarver, general... [More]

July 10, 2009 Chuck - Red's Army Uncategorized 14

Nobody Knows What The Hell Grant Hill Is Thinking

Update: Yahoo! Sports is reporting that Hill has resigned with the Suns. Grant Hill wants to come to Boston. No, he she prefers New York. Wait a minute, now he's going to Phoenix. There are 3-4 new stories about Grant Hill and all have him going to a different team. A source tells WEEI.com that... [More]

July 10, 2009 Chuck - Red's Army Uncategorized 3

Gabe Pruitt really wants to come back

Gabe Pruitt could REEEEALLLLLY help the Celtics out by emerging as a capable back up to Rajon Rondo.  And the Orlando Summer League is pretty much his last chance to be that guy.  And he seems to be taking advantage of it. “Russell Westbrook is the best point guard here, but after that you could... [More]

July 10, 2009 RedsArmyAdmin Uncategorized 6

Rumor: Boozer to Chicago in 3 team deal

ESPN Reports: Another major multi-team trade might be looming in the NBA with the Portland Trail Blazers, Utah Jazz and Chicago Bulls having discussed a deal that would be headlined by Carlos Boozer and Kirk Hinrich, according to NBA front-office sources. Sources stressed to ESPN.com that no deal was imminent Thursday and that both Portland... [More]

July 9, 2009 RedsArmyAdmin Uncategorized 14

Rasheed Speaks

Here's what Rasheed Wallace had to say at today's press conference: Why did you come to Boston: "Because I felt it was a good fit. One of the main things the guys do is play defense….the bottom line is just to win. There's a good group of guys…now it will be extra good cuz we... [More]

July 9, 2009 Chuck - Red's Army Uncategorized 19

Grant Hill is whipped, will soon be a Knick

It looks like Grant HIll is going to be a Knick… and FanHouse says it's definitely because of his wife. The Knicks, owned by media giant Cablevision, have been aggressively pushing the way it would help his post-basketball aspirations, a more lucrative contract now, and the way it would propel his wife's singing career. "The... [More]

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