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Anyone Got A Uniform?

Put it on and show up at the next Celtics game.  They might let you play.  They're gonna be short all week. "We'll probably be down to 10 for probably this whole week," coach Doc Rivers said. "[Davis] and Rondo are out and will be out for probably the next couple games, maybe the next... [More]

March 9, 2009 RedsArmyAdmin Uncategorized 4

Injury Updates

Via WEEI.com: The Celtics will be without five players when they take the court on Wednesday in Miami against the Heat as Rajon Rondo and Glen Davis have been ruled out by coach Doc Rivers with sprained right ankles. Rivers added that he doesn't expect Kevin Garnett back until the end of next week at the earliest... [More]

March 9, 2009 RedsArmyAdmin Uncategorized 4

10 Things

The following is a guest column. Guest columns are always welcome at Red’s Army. To submit one, email John: john@redsarmy.com or Chuck: chuck@redsarmy.com. Please note, submitted columns are subject to review, and are not guaranteed to be published 10 things while waiting for guys to heal by Gant 1) Orlando Game If I'm Orlando (though... [More]

March 9, 2009 RedsArmyAdmin Uncategorized 5

Rondo May Return Wednesday

I don't know who Liam Martin's source was, but it wasn't Rajon Rondo… because Rajon says the Orlando game is the ONLY game he plans on missing. "It wasn't that bad," Rondo said of the injury he sustained Friday night. "I'm planning on [Wednesday]. I'm getting treatment." That link starts out about Kevin Garnett, and... [More]

March 9, 2009 RedsArmyAdmin Uncategorized 3

Rondo Out 7-10 Days?

Via NESN.com: A source has informed NESN.com's Liam Martin that starting Celtics point guard Rajon Rondo could miss seven to 10 days with a sprained ankle. The measure is believed to be precautionary, as Rondo finished Friday night's game against the Cavaliers after suffering the injury in the first quarter. These injuries are really starting to piss... [More]

March 9, 2009 RedsArmyAdmin Uncategorized 13

Orlando Should Be Embarrassed

The Celtics came in without arguably their two most important players in Rondo and KG.  The Celtics were held to their lowest first half point total of the season.  To top it all off… the C's lost Glen Davis to a sprained ankle in the 3rd quarter. And despite all that… and all the reasons... [More]

March 8, 2009 RedsArmyAdmin Uncategorized 15

Now Baby’s Hurt Too

Glen Davis left the game after landing on Marcin Gortat's foot and turning his right ankle. Add him to the list.... [More]

March 8, 2009 RedsArmyAdmin Uncategorized 2

Rondo Out, Davis Vindicated

Stephon Marbury might get the start. Rondo sprained his right ankle in Friday night's win over the Cleveland Cavaliers and had “pretty bad'' swelling, according to Rivers. The coach would not full commit to Rondo's absence, but all indications were that Rondo will not play. “It's sore. It swelled up pretty bad,'' Rivers said. “I... [More]

March 8, 2009 RedsArmyAdmin Uncategorized 7

Karl’s A Perk Fan

This came completely out of nowhere… but it's actually kinda funny the day after Kendrick Perkins was used as an example of dirty play.  George Karl thinks Perk should be on the All-Defensive team.  This is what he said when he was asked about why the C's were so good on D. “Commitment and Kevin... [More]

March 8, 2009 RedsArmyAdmin Uncategorized 5

No Suspension

As the dirty/not dirty debate over this play rages on, the league has ruled that Glen Davis will not be suspended for it. After reviewing footage from the Celtics’ win over Cleveland Friday night, when the Celtics forward was assessed a Flagrant 2 foul and ejection for his clothesline-style takedown of Anderson Verajao, NBA officials... [More]

March 7, 2009 RedsArmyAdmin Uncategorized 2