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Turning Point?

I'm trying not to get TOO excited about Mikki Moore's double-double.  I mean… it did come against the Thunder, and they're not setting any defensive records. But considering how Mikki has been playing lately, a double-double against my rec league team is kinda big news.  And Doc says part of Moore's problem, has been in... [More]

March 30, 2009 RedsArmyAdmin Uncategorized 5

Toyed With

Give the Thunder credit. They hung with the Celtics for 2+ quarters and even held an 8 point lead (64-56) midway through the 3rd. But then Paul Pierce and Eddie House got hot. Real hot. Alexis and Nikki hot. Paul scored 20 of his 27 and Eddie got 14 of his 16 in the second... [More]

March 30, 2009 RedsArmyAdmin Uncategorized 4

Powe, TA Injury Updates

Jess Camerato tells us about Leon, who hopes to be back before the playoffs begin: On Sunday Leon Powe made his first appearance at a Boston Celtics game since spraining his knee against the Chicago Bulls on March 17. Powe was scheduled to undergo further testing by team doctors, but spoke to the media beforehand.... [More]

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Rondo In, KG Out Till Friday

Greg Dickerson just gave that report on the Celtics pre-game show.  The swelling in Rajon Rondo's ankles has gone down, so he's good.  Plus, there's no Chick-Fil-A around town… so expect a better Rondo than in the last game. KG is out until at least Friday.  My guess is that he'll play that game, since... [More]

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Welcome Twitter Followers (Especially This One)

Yeah, Paul Pierce is now following Red's Army on Twitter.  In fact I asked him what the hell was going on in this picture. His reply: The Truth just got onto Twitter this weekend, so he's just getting into it.  And Pierce's following of Red's Army has led to a ton of new Red's Army... [More]

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Dancer Madness – Tough Choices

The days of blowouts might be over in our Dancer Madness brackets.  Golden State's Alexis might have pulled off the last of the dominating wins.  Even Miami's Nikki, a clear favorite among the commenters, had a tougher than expected time with Erin of Orlando. Now onto the really nitty gritty of the competition. East: Amanda... [More]

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KG Out Again

Frank Dell'Apa reports Kevin Garnett will miss the Celtics' game against Oklahoma City Sunday night and is questionable for Wednesday's matchup with Charlotte. Garnett, recovering from a right knee strain, did not participate in this morning's shootaround. "I just think we've got to be smart about it," coach Doc Rivers said. "It's just like when... [More]

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Two Teams, Two Decisions

The Cavs want what the Celtics got.  A ring.  But they're in two very different positions right now. Barring an historic collapse or catastrophic injury, the Cavs are going to be the #1 seed in the East.  They're 1 game ahead of the Lakers for the best overall record in the NBA.  So they're in... [More]

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Caption This

What… the HELL… is going on here?  You tell me. (via GIF Party)... [More]

March 28, 2009 RedsArmyAdmin Uncategorized 6

Dancer Madness – Next Round

Alison and Jessica cruised to easy wins yesterday… which was to be expected.  Today, we bring out the dancers who have pretty much established themselves as seeds 1a in each conference.  So without further ado… Nikki – Miami vs Erin – Orlando Alexis – Warriors vs Harmony – Clippers... [More]

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