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Tony Allen Injured

Frank Dell'Apa of the Globe reports Celtics guard Tony Allen will miss the game against the Charlotte Hornets tonight with a right ankle strain. Allen, injured during the Celtics' 100-88 loss to New York Sunday, could also miss the Celtics' home game against Houston Wednesday. "I re-injured it driving into the middle when I got... [More]

January 6, 2009 RedsArmyAdmin Uncategorized 1

Austin Croshere Wants In

Let's start the (insert name of waived NBA veteran here) wants to come to Boston talk.  First up:  Austin Croshere. The Bucks have requested waivers on ex-Providence star forward Austin Croshere today. It will be interesting to see if the Celtics, who have been looking for a veteran big to fill the shoes of P.J.... [More]

January 6, 2009 RedsArmyAdmin Uncategorized 1
Choose Your Weapon

Choose Your Weapon

Sad thing is… I remember seeing this commercial on TV.... [More]

January 6, 2009 RedsArmyAdmin Uncategorized 2

Misusing Rondo?

No one is going to pretend Rajon Rondo had a good game against the Knicks.  It's why he only played 26 minutes. But Ray Allen struggled and he played 37 minutes.  How Rajon is used is the basis for Rich Levine's mock news conference with Doc Rivers. RICH LEVINE: Doc, at what point, in your... [More]

January 6, 2009 RedsArmyAdmin Uncategorized 3

Fred Jones?

Here's a new name for ya.  Fred Jones.  And Dime Magazine says the Celtics should sign him. The Celtics should sign Fred Jones immediately. Seems that all the cheapo Clip Show did was give every other NBA team a look to see what Freddie still had in the tank and frankly, it was a lot... [More]

January 6, 2009 RedsArmyAdmin Uncategorized 8

Don’t I Feel Like A Fool

One day after I praise Antoine for giving his $100 travel per diem to interns, the dude gets arrested on suspicion of drunk driving: Former NBA player Antoine Walker was charged with suspicion of drunk driving in Miami Beach early Monday morning, further hurting his chances of playing again this season. Walker was driving a... [More]

January 6, 2009 RedsArmyAdmin Uncategorized 7

Deja Vu

Lex Nihil Novi (via CelticsBlog) has some much needed perspective today.  It comes in the form of press clippings from the 1985-86 Celtics season.  You know… the best Celtics team ever?  Check it out: Slowly but surely, the Celtic bench is slipping into the Atlantic Ocean. Four starters played 38 or more minutes last night... [More]

January 5, 2009 RedsArmyAdmin Uncategorized 1

Anatomy Of A 3rd Quarter Collapse

An hour ago, I sat down with my pen and pad, determined to break down last night's 3rd quarter.  The Celtics had a 3 point halftime lead, and they finished the 3rd down 10.  There had to be a special scheme somewhere.  Mike D'Antoni must have come up with some clever offensive wrinkle.  I fired... [More]

January 5, 2009 RedsArmyAdmin Uncategorized 2
The KG-Injury Play

The KG-Injury Play

This is the play where KG got hurt.  First of all… you can see he took a knee to the calf  (:06 in) when he jumped into David Lee.  That's some charley horse action right there.  If this is what it looks to be… it's just a bruise and KG will probably wear some sort... [More]

January 5, 2009 RedsArmyAdmin Uncategorized 2

The Blueprint?

Gotta say… I don't like this quote from Ray Allen today: “That’s now the blueprint on how to beat us, so we just have to counter that,” Allen said. “Put a big guy on (Rondo) and just force him to shoot.” I'm not sure if Ray is doing this as a way to send Rondo... [More]

January 5, 2009 RedsArmyAdmin Uncategorized 8