1. Boston Celtics: What Does the Emergence of Jeremy Lin Mean for the Celts?

    The 2011-12 NBA season has certainly been a strange one, especially in the NBA's Atlantic Division. Although the era of Boston's Big Three has been relatively short (now in its ...

    Chaz Surette Written by Chaz Surette about almost 3 years ago 6,858 reads 13 comments

  2. Boston Celtics: 3 Adjustments Doc Rivers Must Make to Compensate for Their Age

    It seems as if the Boston Celtics have finally found a rhythm. After falling behind early and struggling against elite teams, the Celtics are winners of six of their last eight ...

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  3. Boston Celtics: Expectations for the C's Bench in 2012

    Coming into the 2011-'12 NBA season, the Boston Celtics were already dealing with a host of issues, including injuries (Paul Pierce's heel and Jeff Green season-ending aortic aneurysm), ...

    Chaz Surette Written by Chaz Surette about almost 3 years ago 2,576 reads 9 comments

  4. Boston Celtics: Five Takeaways from Their Christmas Day Loss to the Knicks

    The NBA roared back to life on Christmas Day with a slough of exciting games, tipping off with an epic matchup between two Atlantic Division rivals, the Boston Celtics and the New York Knicks at Madison Square Garden...

    Chaz Surette Written by Chaz Surette about almost 3 years ago 4,347 reads 11 comments

  5. Boston Celtics: How the Potential Addition of Mickael Pietrus Could Aid the Team

    With the tragic loss of Jeff Green for the season due to an aortic aneurysm, the Celtics have been scrambling to add another small forward to the roster before the start of the regular season...

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  6. Boston Celtics: What Danny Ainge Can Do to Placate Rajon Rondo

    (HUMOR) - All of the trade talk surrounding Boston Celtics point guard Rajon Rondo has to be taking a toll on Rondo's self-esteem...

    Chaz Surette Written by Chaz Surette about 3 years ago 4,110 reads 3 comments

  7. Roy Williams vs. John Calipari: Which Coach Will Be More Successful?

    It's no surprise that two of the best programs in men's college basketball history, the Kentucky Wildcats and the North Carolina Tar Heels, are led by two of the best coaches in recent memory, John Calipari and Roy Williams, respectively...

    Chaz Surette Written by Chaz Surette about 3 years ago 1,948 reads 34 comments

  8. Boston Celtics: David West Can Revive Boston's Title Hopes

    The Celtics continued their free agent signing blitz on Friday, as Yahoo! Sports' Adam Wojnarowski reported that the team is close to a deal that would send Jermaine O'Neal to the New Orleans Hornets for David West ...

    Chaz Surette Written by Chaz Surette about 3 years ago 6,214 reads 11 comments

  9. Boston Celtics: Toughest Games on the 2011-12 Schedule

    Like the rest of the NBA , the Boston Celtics will face a shortened, albeit daunting, schedule for the 2011-12 campaign, with 16 fewer games but more back-to-back games than is ...

    Chaz Surette Written by Chaz Surette about 3 years ago 2,548 reads 1 comments

  10. Boston Celtics: The Celtics Need to Go All-in or Bust for the 2011-12 Season

    "One more year." Boston Celtics have been saying this for the past few seasons now, although it feels like much longer than that...

    Chaz Surette Written by Chaz Surette about 3 years ago 1,445 reads 2 comments

  11. Boston Celtics: 5 Issues the Celtics Must Address After the Lockout

    Well, after 149 long days, the NBA lockout finally appears to be coming to an end, with the owners and players reaching a tentative agreement in New York this past weekend...

    Chaz Surette Written by Chaz Surette about 3 years ago 458 reads 1 comments

  12. North Carolina Basketball: Grading Each Tar Heel's Performance so Far

    The North Carolina Tar Heels are 5-1 to start their 2011-12 campaign, cruising through their early non-conference games and winning by fairly comfortable margins...

    Chaz Surette Written by Chaz Surette about 3 years ago 2,830 reads 7 comments

  13. Syracuse Basketball: How Will Allegations Against Bernie Fine Affect the Orange?

    Heading into it 2011-12 campaign, the Syracuse Orange men's basketball team will not only have opponents on the court to deal with, but it will be forced to deal with some very serious accusations off the court as well...

    Chaz Surette Written by Chaz Surette about 3 years ago 1,050 reads 0 comments

  14. Duke-North Carolina and the 11 Most Heated Rivalries in College Basketball

    College basketball, much like college football, is all about rivalries. Fans of opposing teams wait all season for those one or two games during the year when their favorite program faces off against their most heated rival...

    Chaz Surette Written by Chaz Surette about 3 years ago 4,600 reads 11 comments

  15. North Carolina Basketball: 6 Reasons the Tar Heels Will Own Duke This Year

    Each year, the North Carolina Tar Heels and the Duke Blue Devils go head-to-head in a perennial battle for supremacy in the ACC...

    Chaz Surette Written by Chaz Surette about 3 years ago 5,549 reads 15 comments

  16. College Basketball: What We Learned from the Carrier Classic

    The 2011-12 college basketball season kicked off Friday night with a whole host of exciting matchups, including the inaugural Carrier Classic, played aboard the flight deck of the USS Carl Vinson in San Diego...

    Chaz Surette Written by Chaz Surette about 3 years ago 699 reads 0 comments

  17. Big East Basketball: Where Do the Moves of Pitt and Syracuse Leave Louisville?

    With the impending departures of Pittsburgh and Syracuse from the Big East to the ACC following the 2011-12 season, big changes are coming to the Big East...

    Chaz Surette Written by Chaz Surette about 3 years ago 660 reads 1 comments

  18. College Basketball: 5 Games We Can't Wait To Watch on Opening Weekend

    After months and months of waiting, the 2011-2012 college basketball is finally almost here. As soon as UConn cut down the nets in Houston after taking home the 2011 National Championship ...

    Chaz Surette Written by Chaz Surette about 3 years ago 1,553 reads 1 comments

  19. College Basketball: Who Can Challenge North Carolina for the Championship?

    The 2011-12 college basketball season is right around the corner, but that doesn't mean that the season of speculation hasn't already begun...

    Chaz Surette Written by Chaz Surette about 3 years ago 3,142 reads 11 comments

  20. Boston Celtics: The 4 Most Unique Players in Team History

    120 years have passed since James Naismith invented basketball in Springfield, Mass., and we finally have a fairly good grasp on the various player types, their attributes and their ...

    Chaz Surette Written by Chaz Surette about 3 years ago 3,206 reads 3 comments

  21. Boston Celtics: The Top 4 Players Who Wasted the Most Talent with the Team

    Despite the Celtics ' 17 NBA Championships and perennial success over the years, the team has faced some trying times throughout its history and gone through some dark periods...

    Chaz Surette Written by Chaz Surette about 3 years ago 3,448 reads 4 comments

  22. North Carolina Tar Heels: What Does ACC Expansion Mean for the Tar Heels?

    The ACC is about to get a whole lot tougher. With all the news of conference expansion and contraction that has been circulating this week, most commentators and fans have focused on its impact on college football...

    Chaz Surette Written by Chaz Surette about 3 years ago 2,191 reads 8 comments

  23. Boston Celtics: 10 Greatest Moves During Red Auerbach's Tenure

    Red Auerbach will always be remembered as a man loved by his players and fans of the Boston Celtics, and despised by his opponents...

    Chaz Surette Written by Chaz Surette about 3 years ago 2,287 reads 2 comments

  24. New England Patriots: Is the Patriots-Jets Rivalry the Hottest in Boston Sports?

    Boston sports has made a name for itself through the rivalries its member teams have forged within their respective sports leagues. For the Red Sox, it's the Yankees...

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  25. Boston Celtics: Can They Still Be Competitive with Their Aging Core?

    After yet another postseason in which the Boston Celtics came up short in their quest for an 18th NBA Championship, fans and media members alike have once again been left to wonder ...

    Chaz Surette Written by Chaz Surette about over 3 years ago 902 reads 1 comments