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Bask in Delonte West’s freestyle glory

Bask in Delonte West’s freestyle glory

I wish I could write up something better than the description on the YouTube page:  "This is what happens when u gotta wait 18 minutes for your chicken @ the KFC" Beware, the lyrics are hysterically NSFW.  [...]

August 4, 2009 RedsArmyAdmin Uncategorized 7

Where we stand right now

Where we stand right now

So Shelden Williams is going to be a Celtic.  And with another addition to the completely revamped Celtics bench, it's a good time to take a look at what we've got.  Lucky for me, CSNNE has done the work for me.  Here are the current guaranteed contracts on the team: Paul Pierce Ray Allen Kevin [...]

August 4, 2009 RedsArmyAdmin Uncategorized 8

Big Baby speaks

Big Baby speaks

We've heard a lot ABOUT Big Baby this offseason… but we haven't heard much FROM Big Baby.  That is, until now.  Jeff Goodman of WEEI caught up with Glen Davis to talk about the uncertainty of this offseason. "I don’t know what’s going to happen," Glen Davis said while working out in Houston. "It’s still [...]

August 4, 2009 RedsArmyAdmin Uncategorized 3

Shelden Williams?

Shelden Williams?

Via the Boston Herald: According to a league source, the Celtics have reached an agreement with free agent forward Shelden Williams on a one-year, $1.3 million deal worth the veteran’s minimum. The deal is guaranteed, meaning the C’s have committed one of their final roster spots to Williams. An unrestricted free agent, Williams played for [...]

August 3, 2009 Chuck - Red's Army Uncategorized 38

Which Team Signed the Biggest Troublemaker?

Which Team Signed the Biggest Troublemaker?

Randy Hill of FoxSports.com examines the big name additions made by the league's elite teams; Lakers – Ron Artest, Magic – Vince Carter, Cavaliers – Shaq, Celtics – Rasheed Wallace. Individually, these baggage-haulin' hotshots may be capable of altering the imbalance of power that resulted in a Lakers title a couple months ago. Or, as [...]

August 3, 2009 Chuck - Red's Army Uncategorized 18

Flashback: A Player for the Ages

Flashback: A Player for the Ages

From Frank Deford's Sports Illustrated article back in 1988: Championships mean ever more to Bird—"His mission,' Auerbach calls them. "That's why I play," Bird says. "I'm just greedy on them things. Winning the championship—I've never felt that way any other time no matter how big some other game was. I remember the first time we [...]

August 3, 2009 Chuck - Red's Army Uncategorized 1

HoopsWorld Better Have This Bowen Story All Wrong

HoopsWorld Better Have This Bowen Story All Wrong

Wendell Maxey of HoopsWorld says Boston and Cleveland are the two teams gunning for the services of Bruce Bowen. I'm all for addding Bowen to the roster, but not at the expense of Marquis Daniels. According to published reports, a return to the Spurs appears "unlikely", while the Celtics are said to be holding off [...]

August 3, 2009 Chuck - Red's Army Uncategorized 11

NBA title now awarded in early August

NBA title now awarded in early August

At least… according to the OC Register. Without Odom, the Lakers were still going to win the Western Conference and make the NBA Finals for a third consecutive season. Then they would be crash-test dummies for Eastern powers who have buffed up: Cleveland with Shaquille O'Neal, Boston with Rasheed Wallace, Orlando with Vince Carter and [...]

August 2, 2009 RedsArmyAdmin Uncategorized 8

Grizzlies challening Clippers for most embarrassing team

Grizzlies challening Clippers for most embarrassing team

The Clippers have been embarrassing the NBA for a long time now.  I mean, they've been the go-to butt of jokes for decades.  But they're going to have to work harder if they want to hold off the Memphis Grizzlies.  Memphis is a team that is going to depend on young talent for quite some [...]

August 2, 2009 RedsArmyAdmin Uncategorized 1

Well… at least SCAL approves

Well… at least SCAL approves

I was reading this piece about how only about 9 or 10 NBA teams consider themselves potential title contenders this year… and have approached this season this way… when I was hit with Brian Scalabrine's assessment of the offseason. “I’m loving Rasheed Wallace,’’ Scalabrine said last week at a State House presentation for the team’s [...]

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