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Your Morning Dump… featuring more Nocioni trade rumors

Sources told ESPN.com that the Philadelphia 76ers and Sacramento Kings, in considering the feasibility of a Samuel Dalembert-for-Kenny Thomas swap, have discussed expanding that concept with Boston by trying to draw in the Celtics on a potential three-way deal that would land Andres Nocioni with the Celts. Sources further stressed over the past 48 hours... [More]

November 17, 2009 RedsArmyAdmin Uncategorized 11

Memphis will waive Iverson

That didn't take long "The Grizzlies and Allen Iverson have come to a mutual agreement that because of personal matters that forced him to leave the team on Nov. 7, Allen will step away from the game at this time, allowing him to focus on those matters," Grizzlies GM Chris Wallace said in a statement.... [More]

November 16, 2009 RedsArmyAdmin Uncategorized 9

Doc Regrets Playing Pierce vs Indiana

Via (The 2 Man Game Guest) Frank Dell'Apa of Boston.com: Celtics' captain Paul Pierce (left knee sprain) practiced briefly Monday and will be held out of Tuesday's training session, according to coach Doc Rivers. Pierce's status for the Celtics-Golden State Warriors contest Wednesday has not been determined. Pierce sustained the injury late in the third... [More]

November 16, 2009 Chuck - Red's Army Uncategorized 14
Brilliant Defensive Move By Ron Artest

Brilliant Defensive Move By Ron Artest

Our defensive play of the week goes to Ron Artest. Seconds after Trevor Ariza lost his sneakers, Artest picked it up and handed it to Ariza tossed it out of bounds. Genius. It's much easier to stop a guy wearing only one shoe. (Courtesy Sports by Brooks)... [More]

November 16, 2009 Chuck - Red's Army Uncategorized 10

Stephen Jackson Headed for Charlotte

Via ESPN's Marc Stein: Disgruntled Golden State Warriors forward Stephen Jackson is about to make a fresh start with a new team. The Warriors completed a deal Monday that sends Jackson and guard Acie Law to the Bobcats in exchange for veteran swingmen Raja Bell and Vladimir Radmanovic. Kudos to Michael Jordan for dumping the... [More]

November 16, 2009 Chuck - Red's Army Uncategorized 1

Rondo: Master of Connect 4

The Globe's Charlie Pierce has an epic piece (7 web pages!) on Rajon Rondo. He recaps Rondo's childhood and athletic career. I didn't learn a whole lot, but I did pull out some of the interesting tidbits. Here are some excerpts: On Rondo's defensive genius: And throughout, he has become unquestionably the most vividly athletic... [More]

November 16, 2009 Chuck - Red's Army Uncategorized Comments Off

Your Morning Dump… where maybe we overreacted a little

“These past two games, I think have been teaching points for us. I can speak for myself as a starter, [we’d] been blowing teams out, so in the fourth quarter we’ve been sitting on the bench. So I think it’s good for us to go through these fourth quarters where we’re down 6. We’ve got... [More]

November 16, 2009 RedsArmyAdmin Uncategorized 3

Your KG Face of the Day

Sunday, November 15, 2009 The "I'm gonna kill Sheed for sneaking laxitives in my coffee"... [More]

November 15, 2009 RedsArmyAdmin Uncategorized 4

Plays of the Week

Every Sunday, we go back over the past week and count down the best plays.  Disagree with the order?  Let us know in the comments. #5: Rajon Rondo goes coast-to-coast in 3.8 seconds against Utah #4: Rajon Rondo finds Kevin Garnett for the alley oop in traffic #3: Paul Pierce finishes the fast break with... [More]

November 15, 2009 RedsArmyAdmin Uncategorized 2

The Morning Dump… Joey Crawford Has A Huge Ego

He called two technicals in 21 seconds in a critical fourth-quarter stretch. The first was on Kendrick Perkins for keeping his hands raised high after being whistled for a foul on Granger. Crawford struck again with 6:45 left when he called one on Celtics coach Doc Rivers for waving his hand in disgust following a... [More]

November 15, 2009 Chuck - Red's Army Uncategorized 6