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Fireworks Begin Early For Celtics

Fireworks Begin Early For Celtics

One of the great Boston traditions and experiences is attending the Fourth of July fireworks event at the Hatch Shell.  Alongside the esplanade of the Charles River, the Boston Pops play glorious music to go along with a majestic display of fireworks, celebrating the birth of our country.  For the Boston Celtics, and the entire [...]

June 28, 2010 Jay Uncategorized 12

Has the Knicks master plan fizzled… already?

Has the Knicks master plan fizzled… already?

The New York Knicks more than any other team have had their sights set on the 2010 free agent crop. For the past two seasons, they've sacrificed any hopes of winning in lieu of clearing salary cap space. We have yet to reach July 1, yet there's already talk the Knicks have failed: Adrian Wojnarowski's [...]

June 28, 2010 Chuck - Red's Army Uncategorized 3

Bill Walker Misses KG, Paul and Ray

Bill Walker Misses KG, Paul and Ray

The New York Post ran a small article about Bill Walker, and the issues he saw with last season's pitiful Knicks squad.  I'm sure he could've pointed out a handful of flaws, but having spent time in the Celtics locker room, the biggest missing piece was veteran leadership: Bill Walker, one of the season's pleasant [...]

April 24, 2010 Aaron Gettings Uncategorized 2

Your Morning Dump… Where the Celtics have really learned nothing at all

Your Morning Dump… Where the Celtics have really learned nothing at all

Every morning, we compile the links of the day and dump them here… highlighting the big storyline. Because there's nothing quite as satisfying as a good morning dump. “We had no focus, so I thought we deserved to lose,” Rivers said. “The bank shot that Gallinari hit was the basketball gods punishing us for not [...]

April 7, 2010 RedsArmyAdmin Uncategorized 8

T-Mobile Recap: The Celtics couldn’t care less

T-Mobile Recap: The Celtics couldn’t care less

If the Celtics are going to finish the regular season with efforts like this one, Doc might as well sit the starters. And please let us fans know, so we don't subject ourselves to this garbage. The execution in the final 36 seconds of this game was awful. Trailing by 1 (102-101 after Danilo Gallinari [...]

April 6, 2010 Chuck - Red's Army Uncategorized 28

Dancer Madness: Nikki & Ashley advance

Dancer Madness: Nikki & Ashley advance

With March Madness going on ON the court… we're going through all of the NBA Dance Teams and letting you pick the hottest dancer in the league. Ashley (Miami) and Nikki (Denver) moved on in our Dancer Madness brackets.  They now join Brook (Jazz) and Kaylin (Hawks), Jacqueline (Clippers), Jamie (Cavaliers) and Ashley (Celtics) and [...]

March 26, 2010 RedsArmyAdmin Uncategorized 7

Giddens: “Feels like I’m living again”

Giddens: “Feels like I’m living again”

If you missed it on The 2 Man Game last night, we brought up a tweet from JR Giddens last night. @SheldenWilliams Lol u kno giddy I can shoot and attack pll now lol feels like I'm living again no more shackles    This was part of a conversation between Giddens and Williams.  Shelden said JR [...]

March 19, 2010 RedsArmyAdmin Uncategorized 1

T-Mobile Recap: Celtics beat Knicks

T-Mobile Recap: Celtics beat Knicks

The Celtics raced out to a 35-19 lead after the 1st quarter. The defense was tight, the offense was fluid (and the beer was flowing in the T-Mobile suite). The Celtics reserves were unable to stretch the lead. Michael Finley (2 pts, 1-9 FG) had one turnover which had me calling him TA. The lead [...]

March 17, 2010 Chuck - Red's Army Uncategorized 12

Celtics/Knicks Game Preview

Celtics/Knicks Game Preview

Celtics (42-24) vs. Knicks (24-43) Game time: 7:30pm, TD Garden. TV – CSN, Radio – WEEI-AM (850) Team Leaders Scoring Bos: Pierce – 17.5                  Knicks: David Lee - 20.0 ReboundingBos: Perkins – 7.7                  Knicks: David Lee - 11.8 AssistsBos: Rondo – 9.7                    Knicks: Chris Duhon – 6.1 Who'll go off:  Ray Allen. [...]

March 17, 2010 Chuck - Red's Army Uncategorized Comments Off

Who is that athletic, small forward for the Knicks?

Who is that athletic, small forward for the Knicks?

Bill Walker has scored more than 20 points in a game four times since the trade to New York. Of all the guys in the deal (Nate Robinson, Eddie House, JR Giddens and Marcus Landry), Walker is averaging the most points-per-game with his new team – 10.6. Oh yeah, he's also shooting 59.8 percent. He's [...]

March 17, 2010 Chuck - Red's Army Uncategorized 10