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What’s The Standard For Suspensions, Anyway?

What’s The Standard For Suspensions, Anyway?

I'd like to thank Red's Army reader Patrick for passing this along. Take a look at what KG got suspended one game for earlier this season: And now take a look at what Zach Randolph did last night. So KG got tangled up with Andrew Bogut, and wasn't even looking when he threw the "punch."... [More]

February 18, 2009 RedsArmyAdmin Uncategorized 5

Calm Before The Storm?

The Globe reports they have heard nothing from their sources about 24 hours ahead of the trade deadline.  It would jive with what Danny has said about no trades in the offing…but I'll believe it when 3 pm comes and goes tomorrow. And Tony Allen underwent his thumb surgery. As frustrating as this season has... [More]

February 18, 2009 RedsArmyAdmin Uncategorized 3

The Game Changer

The Cleveland Cavaliers are making a push for Antawn Jamison. It's a deal that might dump Wally Szczerbiak's expiring contract in exchange for instant, no-doubt-about-it favorite status. I'm not going to say it will be "game over" if Cleveland gets Jamison, but they'll clearly move ahead of everyone else if they do.  They're playing out... [More]

February 18, 2009 RedsArmyAdmin Uncategorized 9

Raja Bell?

Via Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo! Sports: The Celtics reached out to the Charlotte Bobcats about trading for proven playoff performer Raja Bell, a league source said. So far, the Celtics don’t have anything in return that appeals to Charlotte. The Bobcats are telling people that they have a possible two-for-one trade percolating and need to... [More]

February 18, 2009 RedsArmyAdmin Uncategorized 10

Surgery for Tony Allen

According to the Globe, TA is having surgery to repair those damaged ligaments in his thumb: Celtics president Danny Ainge said that guard Tony Allen is slated to have left thumb surgery tomorrow and he is hopeful he wil return to action by the playoffs. The injury-plagued Allen suffered the injury on Feb. 8 versus... [More]

February 17, 2009 RedsArmyAdmin Uncategorized 4

Joe Smith Traded To Hornets

According to ESPN The New Orleans Hornets and Oklahoma City Thunder have completed a deal that sends center Tyson Chandler to the Thunder, according to NBA front-office sources. Sources with knowledge of the trade parameters told ESPN.com that the deal was approved by the league office Tuesday afternoon, with the Hornets receiving forwards Joe Smith... [More]

February 17, 2009 RedsArmyAdmin Uncategorized 6

Forget Trade, Think Free Agents

Via the Herald (glad to see they're actually covering this story): “Our best chance to acquire someone might be after the deadline with a player who gets bought out and becomes a free agent,” GM Danny Ainge said this morning. “But right now I have no idea who what players might be available.” Ainge and... [More]

February 17, 2009 RedsArmyAdmin Uncategorized 1
Sam Cassell Traded

Sam Cassell Traded

ESPN reports the Celtics have shipped Sam Cassell to Sacramento: The Celtics will send Sam Cassell and cash to the Kings for a future second-round pick. Barring any changes overnight, the deal is expected to be finalized Tuesday afternoon with the league office. The deal helps the Celtics by removing Cassell's salary from the team's... [More]

February 17, 2009 RedsArmyAdmin Uncategorized 9

Power Rankings

My top 5 piled up quite a few losses over the past week. The Lakers fell to Utah, Cleveland lost to Indy, San Antonio was beaten by a Bosh-less Raptors team while the Hornets lost two games to Memphis and Boston. The only team not to lose – the Celtics. They scored road victories over... [More]

February 16, 2009 RedsArmyAdmin Uncategorized 9

Caption These

Two great photos from yesterday… and they deserve great captions.  Dive into them in the comments section.... [More]

February 16, 2009 RedsArmyAdmin Uncategorized 10