1. Boston Celtics Preseason Game One: Things to Look for against the 76ers

    There are a few topics worth discussing going into tonight's game against the 76ers. Injury Woes Already? Jermaine O'Neal has been battling a sore hamstring, and has been held out of practice for three straight days...

    Zachary Stanley Written by Zachary Stanley about almost 4 years ago 1,017 reads 6 comments

  2. Lebron James and Maverick Carter: Racism a Factor in "The Decision"

    In an interview with CNN, LeBron James and his manager/CEO of his marketing company, LRMR, Maverick Carter, pointed to race as a factor in how the media/public reacted to ESPN's 'The Decision...

    Zachary Stanley Written by Zachary Stanley about almost 4 years ago 1,643 reads 20 comments

  3. Celtics Training Camp: Boston Needs Conditioning Work

    In the first day of training camp, the Celtics reportedly looked in sync in drills and schemes. This shouldn't come as much of a surprise; the core group has playing together for quite some time...

    Zachary Stanley Written by Zachary Stanley about almost 4 years ago 1,186 reads 9 comments

  4. Boston Celtics: Which Kevin Garnett Will We See in the 2010-11 Season?

    One of the most vital issues facing the Celtics going into the season will be the state of star power forward Kevin Garnett. Garnett clearly was not at his best last year dealing with the fallout of his hampering knee injury amongst others...

    Zachary Stanley Written by Zachary Stanley about almost 4 years ago 1,888 reads 16 comments

  5. Boston Celtics Lineup Decisions: The Choice Between Two O'Neals

    When the Miami Heat come to TD Banknorth Garden, the only lineup question for opening day is: "Who will be starting at center?" The Celtics' two major offseason pickups were Jermaine and Shaquille O'Neal...

    Zachary Stanley Written by Zachary Stanley about 4 years ago 1,973 reads 52 comments

  6. Derek Jeter: Question of Character or Part of the Game?

    Around 9:15 EST Wednesday night while playing the Tampa Bay Rays, Derek Jeter did something we have never seen him do, and might never expect him to do...

    Zachary Stanley Written by Zachary Stanley about 4 years ago 3,003 reads 56 comments

  7. Minnesota Vikings/New Orleans Saints Opener an Absolute Bore

    There was a Super Bowl-like anticipation leading up to last night's game between the Vikings and Saints. Personally, I have had trouble containing my excitement for the last two weeks...

    Zachary Stanley Written by Zachary Stanley about 4 years ago 621 reads 5 comments

  8. Paul Pierce's Game Is Ideal for Longevity

    There are some players in the NBA whose skills are so high and work out regiment so diligent, they are able to have a long career...

    Zachary Stanley Written by Zachary Stanley about 4 years ago 2,370 reads 28 comments

  9. Delonte West Rejoins Boston Celtics

    The Boston Herald is reporting that Delonte West has returned for another stint with the Celtics. I find no issues with signing West...

    Zachary Stanley Written by Zachary Stanley about 4 years ago 1,060 reads 13 comments

  10. NBA: Celtics Bench Primed to Surprise Again this Season

    The Celtics depth has been questioned for a few years now, and for a few years they have been proving critics wrong. Pointing fingers at the age of the starting lineup has overshadowed their accomplishments, and it will continue to...

    Zachary Stanley Written by Zachary Stanley about 4 years ago 950 reads 5 comments

  11. Roger Goodell's Often Harsh Suspension Rulings are Inherently Flawed

    There is an aspect of NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell's current strict mode of operations that I cannot manage to understand. A missing piece, in fact...

    Zachary Stanley Written by Zachary Stanley about 4 years ago 95 reads 2 comments

  12. Boston Celtics Wild Card: Von Wafer

    Probably one of the least discussed moves that the Celtics have made this year is the acquisition of Von Wafer. On the surface this is not surprising...

    Zachary Stanley Written by Zachary Stanley about 4 years ago 2,101 reads 7 comments

  13. Why Team USA Basketball May Fall Short of Spain In Turkey

    At Sportsbook.com, the current odds for USA hoops to win the FIBA Championships is -200, meaning if you placed 20 dollars on the team you would profit $10 if they were to win in the coming weeks...

    Zachary Stanley Written by Zachary Stanley about 4 years ago 978 reads 0 comments

  14. Albert Haynesworth's Antics Are a Never-Ending Distraction

    Albert Haynesworth is just one of many (un)professional athletes whose careers have been marked or tainted by egotistical behavior, but he is definitely up there on the list...

    Zachary Stanley Written by Zachary Stanley about 4 years ago 326 reads 0 comments

  15. Boston Celtics May End No. 3 or 4, but Who Cares? NBA East Rankings

    The Celtics may find themselves at the bottom of the best when it comes to the standings at the end of the year, but that probably won't be a problem.The East is in for one of its most exciting years...

    Zachary Stanley Written by Zachary Stanley about 4 years ago 898 reads 0 comments

  16. Ray Allen: Profile of a Meticulously Hard Worker

    There are many players in the world of sports whose work ethic and attention to detail sets them apart from others. In most cases it improves their health, longevity, and of course skills...

    Zachary Stanley Written by Zachary Stanley about 4 years ago 6,500 reads 6 comments

  17. Boston Celtics Separate from Rest of NBA by T-E-A-M

    It is historically evident that all players on a team must work as one to reach their ultimate goal. Even the teams with one vital superstar (most recently Kobe's Lakers, Wade's Heat, ...

    Zachary Stanley Written by Zachary Stanley about 4 years ago 2,281 reads 31 comments

  18. Rajon Rondo and Avery Bradley: Teacher and Student

    There is little need to discuss what Rajon Rondo brings to the Celtics. He is now a top five PG in the league (easily No. 3 in my slightly biased opinion), and was one of the most talked about players during last year's playoff run...

    Zachary Stanley Written by Zachary Stanley about 4 years ago 619 reads 0 comments

  19. Tony Allen's Departure Leaves a Void in Boston

    Forgotten amidst the massive deals that bombarded the NBA this offseason were the smaller deals, the role players that re-signed or found new destinations. This summer the Boston Celtics made their greatest and only mistake of the offseason...

    Zachary Stanley Written by Zachary Stanley about 4 years ago 487 reads 7 comments

  20. Why Rajon Rondo Will Start at PG in Turkey(And Why It's No Surprise)

    Rajon Rondo made his impact in NBA minds during the 2009-2010 playoffs more than any other player. Rondo put up 15.8 PPG, 9.3 APG, and 5.6 RPG. He did all this while adding 1.9 steals and only committing 3...

    Zachary Stanley Written by Zachary Stanley about 4 years ago 879 reads 1 comments

  21. Breaking News: Brett Favre On A Plane To Minneapolis?

    NFL Network's Scott Hanson is reporting on Twitter that Brett Favre is on an airplane heading north, which is likely to mean Minneapolis to visit the Vikings...

    Zachary Stanley Written by Zachary Stanley about 4 years ago 491 reads 0 comments

  22. The Minnesota Vikings and The Brett Favre Effect

    Dealing with the Brett Favre circus year in and year out became borderline intolerable last year with constant misreporting and Sportscenter, NFL Live being washed out by chatter...

    Zachary Stanley Written by Zachary Stanley about 4 years ago 884 reads 3 comments

  23. Torry Holt Placed On Injured Reserve: Done For Season

    NFL.com is reporting that Torry Holt has been placed on injured reserve by the New England Patriots. Holt has had issues with his knee that he apparently will not be able to get over, ending his season, and possibly his career...

    Zachary Stanley Written by Zachary Stanley about 4 years ago 222 reads 0 comments

  24. Open Sesame For C.J. Spiller, Bills Fans

    Bills Fan Facial Prompts: If you want to see a look of irritation, mention the Terrell Owens experiment. If you want to sign a look of disarray and confusion, mention the Chan Gailey hiring or the 2010 draft for that matter...

    Zachary Stanley Written by Zachary Stanley about 4 years ago 177 reads 0 comments

  25. The Heat's New Three: Highly Skilled, Potentially Dominant, and Annoying

    LeBron James was on many people's nerves before “The Decision.” His frequent sideline dancing when beating an opponent heavily annoyed some players, particularly Joakim Noah, ...

    Zachary Stanley Written by Zachary Stanley about 4 years ago 578 reads 4 comments