1. The Boston Celtics 'All-Stiemsma' Team

    Keeping with the Greg “Steamer” Stiemsma’s domination of the Boston Celtics fan base, I’ve decided to put together my all-time great Greg Stiemsma-like players...

    Nick Gelso Written by Nick Gelso about almost 3 years ago 4,893 reads 24 comments

  2. LeBron James' Cocky Comments Benifit the Mavs

    Despite the flexing, screaming, fist-bumping bravado, the Miami Heat , and LeBron James in particular, have been fairly quiet. James is usually the first person to spout out stupidities without thinking...

    Nick Gelso Written by Nick Gelso about over 3 years ago 506 reads 7 comments

  3. How Would the Boston Celtics Fare in a NCAA-Style Tourney?

    If you are a frequent listener of the Celtics Late Night Show, you have heard us (the hosts) and our guests/callers refer to the CLNSRadio google-group. This group is private access for the writing staff and show hosts...

    Nick Gelso Written by Nick Gelso about over 3 years ago 165 reads 0 comments

  4. The NBA Is a Flop and We Are Committing the Charge

    When I was growing up, I watched NBA basketball for the intensity it's stars brought to the game. Gone were the days of the cocaine riddled, me-first, ABA/NBA merger era. Magic and Bird ushered in a new breath of fresh air...

    Nick Gelso Written by Nick Gelso about over 4 years ago 234 reads 0 comments

  5. Boston Celtics Gain Momentum and Homecourt, Tie Series 1-1

    This Article Can Also Be Viewed at North Station Sports For the second consecutive game, the Celtics jumped out on the Cavaliers early only to see the lead evaporate to four points at half time (52-48)...

    Nick Gelso Written by Nick Gelso about over 4 years ago 375 reads 1 comments

  6. Delusional Doc Rivers Continues To Justify Sulking Boston Celtics

    This article can also be found at North Station Sports Since day one, I have been a fan of Doc Rivers. I liked him as a player and appreciated him as a coach...

    Nick Gelso Written by Nick Gelso about over 4 years ago 579 reads 2 comments

  7. Doc Rivers' Days Are Numbered in Boston

    This article can be viewed at North Station Sports After leading the Boston Celtics to the NBA championship two season's ago and overcoming injuries to key players last season, Doc Rivers' day's on the Boston bench may be limited...

    Nick Gelso Written by Nick Gelso about over 4 years ago 584 reads 5 comments

  8. 2010 Boston Celtics: Booooooo! Booooooo!

    This Article Can Also Be Found At North Station Sports The Boston Celtics have been squeaky clean. They have perfectly embodied the definition of Celtic-Pride. They played as a team, unified by one common goal...

    Nick Gelso Written by Nick Gelso about over 4 years ago 471 reads 0 comments

  9. The 2010 Boston Celtics: Truly a Season in Hell

    This article can also be viewed at North Station Sports I often refer to "basketball purgatory" in my description of the Celtics' 22-season drought that spanned from 1986 to 2008...

    Nick Gelso Written by Nick Gelso about over 4 years ago 623 reads 16 comments

  10. It's Deja Vu All Over Again for the Boston Celtics

    This article can also be viewed at North Station Sports As a long time fan of the Boston Celtics, I had the privilege of watching Larry Bird, Kevin Michale, Dennis Johnson and Robert Parish play into the twilight of their career's...

    Nick Gelso Written by Nick Gelso about over 4 years ago 369 reads 1 comments

  11. Kevin McHale vs. Kevin Garnett: The Tale of the Tape

    Two men that will forever be linked, and with Garnett's acquisition by Boston in 2007, they are now fair to compare as two of the greatest power forwards to ever play basketball in Boston...

    Nick Gelso Written by Nick Gelso about over 4 years ago 1,605 reads 5 comments

  12. NBA Trade Rumors: Does the Boston Celtics' Past Hurt Their Future?

    Danny Ainge is in a precarious situation with the brewing Ray Allen debate. It was 22 seasons ago that Danny Ainge was traded from the Boston Celtics for Joe Klein and Ed Pinckney...

    Nick Gelso Written by Nick Gelso about over 4 years ago 1,945 reads 4 comments

  13. With Ray Allen's Contract Up, What Does the Boston Celtics' Future Look Like?

    Ray Allen's expiring contract has now taken center stage. During the last eight months, we have seen the future of Glen (Uno Uno) Davis and Rajon Rondo come into question, get shopped, and remain in Boston with higher paid salary extensions...

    Nick Gelso Written by Nick Gelso about over 4 years ago 2,598 reads 0 comments

  14. Boston Celtics Rivalries That Defined Generations of NBA Basketball

    There are few professional sports teams that can boast the mystique and winning ways of the Boston Celtics. Since the franchise's first title in 1957, the Boston Celtics have won 32 percent of the NBA championships...

    Nick Gelso Written by Nick Gelso about over 4 years ago 1,190 reads 1 comments

  15. Kevin Garnett is Back: Will It Change Anything for the Struggling C's?

    1—2—3—BREATHE! We can all exhale after holding our breath for 11 games. Without question, I did not expect to go 5-6 in Kevin Garnett's absence...

    Nick Gelso Written by Nick Gelso about over 4 years ago 280 reads 1 comments

  16. The Evolution of 'The Truth' in Clutch Performances

    In 1998, when Paul Pierce was selected tenth in the NBA draft, it was looked upon by many Celtics fans as a short consolation prize for the unlucky drop of the lottery balls in 1997...

    Nick Gelso Written by Nick Gelso about almost 5 years ago 801 reads 9 comments

  17. Rasheed Wallace Is Boston Celtics' Big Ticket to Success in 2010

    It's an unbelievable thought that it is now January 2010. It seems like yesterday we were watching the Celtics struggle through the 2009 NBA playoffs, depleted of bench options...

    Nick Gelso Written by Nick Gelso about almost 5 years ago 423 reads 3 comments

  18. Rondo Takes Over As Celtics Search For The Truth In Recent Struggles

    Without Paul Pierce, the Boston Celtics have a decent look into the future of the franchise. Rajon Rondo (30 points, 3 rebounds, 15 assists, 11-18 shooting, 7-9 from the line), looked to be a ...

    Nick Gelso Written by Nick Gelso about almost 5 years ago 214 reads 0 comments

  19. Paul Pierce's Blog Is Like Mayo

    by Lee Herman Lee covers the NBA and Boston Celtics for North Station Sports. I have mixed feelings about Paul Pierce blogging...

    Nick Gelso Written by Nick Gelso about almost 5 years ago 130 reads 0 comments

  20. Rasheed Wallace: No Apologies, No Regrets, No Stopping Him From Playing His Game

    My favorite non-Satanic Celtics anecdote of the past day comes from the Globe’s website, where Frank Dell’Apa touches briefly on Rasheed’s unceremonious departure from Friday’s loss to the Answer-less Sixers...

    Nick Gelso Written by Nick Gelso about almost 5 years ago 193 reads 0 comments

  21. Kobe Bryant Is Not the Clutch Shooter You Think He Is

    by Calvin Chamberlain You can find more of Calvin's great work at North Station Sports As Kobe Bryant’s body rose up over the 6’2” frame of Charlie Bell in the closing seconds ...

    Nick Gelso Written by Nick Gelso about almost 5 years ago 1,916 reads 50 comments

  22. Boston Celtics Basketball: Enough With the Swagger, Where's the Pride?

    We would all like to describe our team as confident and capable. We know from experience that the Boston Celtics are just that. Friday night's loss against the lowly Philadelphia 76ers, without Allen Iverson, would defy that description...

    Nick Gelso Written by Nick Gelso about almost 5 years ago 304 reads 0 comments

  23. What Can You Say About Rajon Rondo Now?

    View the entire story at North Station Sports I knew it was coming. No shock here. Brad Miller's throwdown of Rajon Rondo came early in Saturday night's match up between the Boston Celtics and Chicago Bulls...

    Nick Gelso Written by Nick Gelso about almost 5 years ago 487 reads 4 comments

  24. Unwilling Witnesses: Why LeBron James Has Let His Fans Down AGAIN!

    by Shawn McGrath or North Station Sports In a lot of ways, I want to be a LeBron James fan. I pull for the Celtics first and foremost, but I’m a realist as well, and it’s not ...

    Nick Gelso Written by Nick Gelso about almost 5 years ago 995 reads 5 comments

  25. More Thoughts from Egypt: LeBron James Continues To Make Errors in Judgement

    By Salma Mahmoud After the recent back to back losses by the Cavaliers, for the second time this season, I was totally frustrated and disappointed...

    Nick Gelso Written by Nick Gelso about almost 5 years ago 657 reads 5 comments