Second Half Struggles Continue for Boston Celtics

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The Boston Celtics continued their run of second half struggles blowing a 23 point lead to lose to the Atlanta Hawks on Tuesday 109-105 in Atlanta.  This marks the sixth loss for the Celtics with a lead going into the second half or going into the fourth quarter, just in the last nine games. Clearly […] READ MORE


NBA First Month Superlatives

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Exactly one month into the season, the NBA has already seen more than its fair share of action.  Lebron James and the new look Cavaliers have been up and down, the Raptors and Grizzlies have taken their respective conferences by storm, Derrick Rose would rather play catch with his grandchildren in 40 years than play […] READ MORE


The Boston Celtics are the Most Intriguing Team in the East

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The focus in the Eastern Conference this season is clearly pinpointed on Lebron and the Cavaliers and Derrick Rose’s Bulls, however, I find myself much less interested in the teams expected to lead the pack, and intrigued with the teams looking to rattle the cage.  In this case, I’m talking about the young Boston Celtics […] READ MORE


Questioning LeBron James' Leadership

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What makes an NBA legend?  Undoubtedly talent and overall ability is the first measurement, but what gives the Larry Bird’s, Michael Jordan’s and Kobe Bryant’s the edge over the rest is their fire, their heart, and their ability to make the rest of their team rally behind them.  Lebron James  is one of the best […] READ MORE


The 5 Worst NBA Players and Why I Love Them

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The all-time greats are no longer in the NBA.  It’s a shame but it’s true.  No, I’m not talking about Michael Jordan or Larry Bird- I’m talking about the real hardwood heroes.  The Brian Scalabrine’s, the Brian Cardinal’s, the Adam Morrison’s!  They see the court 48 minutes a game, but they see it from a […] READ MORE