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Hudson happy Ainge doesn’t hold grudges

Hudson happy Ainge doesn’t hold grudges

We would have known more about Lester Hudson earlier this week… that is… if he had shown up for a schedule workout with the Celtics.  But he canceled that, probably because he thought there was no way in hell that he would slip all the way down to the #58.  But on draft night, Hudson [...]

June 27, 2009 RedsArmyAdmin Uncategorized 2

Pierce: Rottweiler Celtics Will Be Back in 2010

Pierce: Rottweiler Celtics Will Be Back in 2010

Paul Pierce via Twitter: Lakers vs orlando. Looked like a german sherperd vs a poodle that's ok the rotwieler celtics will b back in 2o10 That's the first we've heard from the Truth since the end of the Celtics season. I love his attitude. [...]

June 17, 2009 Chuck - Red's Army Uncategorized 15

Josh Smith on the block?

Josh Smith on the block?

The Atlanta Hawks are a young, athletic, exciting team.  But they don't seem to be on a championship path.  So now they're apparently starting to think of pieces they can trade… in an effort to bring in some more stable players that might be able to help them move forward.  One of those players:  Josh [...]

June 16, 2009 RedsArmyAdmin Uncategorized 9

How the Celtics got Paul Pierce

How the Celtics got Paul Pierce

The Sporting News' Baseline blog passes along an interview in which Larry Brown explains why the 76'ers passed on Paul Pierce. Basically, they made a promise to Larry Hughes… whom they selected with the #8 pick.  Since the Bucks had worked out a trade with Dallas… that left Paul Pierce just hanging out there at [...]

June 15, 2009 RedsArmyAdmin Uncategorized 5

Doc on PTI, and other assorted stuff

Doc on PTI, and other assorted stuff

If you read this before 5:30 pm, The C's just announced that Doc Rivers will be on PTI tonight.  Should be interesting to hear what he says. Other assorted stuff out there to check out: Brian Scalabrine had a big pizza party with some local school kids. Tommy Heinsohn won the NBA's first ever lifetime [...]

June 11, 2009 RedsArmyAdmin Uncategorized 14

Maybe the Lakers winning is a good thing

Maybe the Lakers winning is a good thing

Maybe I'm romanticizing the past a little bit.  But to me, basketball was at its absolute peak in the 80's.  The play was great.  There were so many great players and good teams.  We had classic individual performances (71 points by David Robinson), classic All Star weekend performances (Bird's "who's finishing 2nd three-point contest win, [...]

June 8, 2009 RedsArmyAdmin Uncategorized 25

Tony Battie is better than Ray Allen

Tony Battie is better than Ray Allen

I actually love lists like this. It's from the Wages of Wins Journal… and it's a ranking of EVERY Celtic since 1977… according to wins produced with the Celtics (via CelticsBlog).  Wins produced (explained here) is clearly not the be-all end-all statistic on which to rank players.  It can produce some weird results.  But it [...]

May 30, 2009 RedsArmyAdmin Uncategorized 15

Offseason Questions: Rajon Rondo

Offseason Questions: Rajon Rondo

One thing has been made clear on this site for quite some time: We love Rajon Rondo.  We've been saying for quite some time that he belongs in the same sentence with the other elite point guards in the league.  He's in the process of getting the keys to the team from the Big 3… [...]

May 22, 2009 RedsArmyAdmin Uncategorized 14

They Had Nothing Left

They Had Nothing Left

The Celtics have been driving with the gas light on for a long time (like Kramer in that Seinfeld episode).  And last night, they just ran out of gas.  Paul Pierce said so. “We still had our chances. I thought going into the fourth quarter, I think we were down five or six, and we’ve [...]

May 18, 2009 RedsArmyAdmin Uncategorized 22

Hungry dogs defending their last scrap of food

Hungry dogs defending their last scrap of food

It's become very clear that the Celtics simply don't have enough left to win a championship (although I will still find some way to explain how they could if they win game 7).  They are too hurt… too run down… too reliant on guys who should be getting 15-20 minutes per game, rather than 35-40.  [...]

May 15, 2009 RedsArmyAdmin Uncategorized 19