1. The Rays Are Good, A-Rod Likes Madonna, and Other Things I've Recently Learned

    The Rays are the best team in the American League East right now. They have everything, from young power pitchers to young, exciting hitters. They might have more “tools” than any starting lineup in baseball...

    Sean Crowe Written by Sean Crowe about 6 years ago 1,101 reads 24 comments

  2. PEDs in Sports: Why Barry Bonds and Roger Clemens Should Be in the Hall of Fame

    Ever since the feds raided BALCO and we all learned that Barry Bonds was a cheater, there has been an ongoing debate over PEDs (performance enhancing drugs) in sports...

    Sean Crowe Written by Sean Crowe about 6 years ago 3,526 reads 23 comments

  3. Don Imus Makes Pacman Jones As Sad As Javon Walker Is Stupid

    How long until ESPN's Jemele Hill calls for Don Imus to be fired again? First of all, Imus hasn’t been relevant since the '80s (coincidentally, when he was in his 80s). Stop pretending anyone cares about anything he says...

    Sean Crowe Written by Sean Crowe about 6 years ago 1,364 reads 29 comments

  4. Boston Celtics: Paul Pierce Makes Good on Draft Day Promise

    Nearly 48 hours later and I’m still not sure I can effectively put into words what Tuesday night meant to me. I keep thinking about the night Paul Pierce was drafted. I’d been a fan at that time for about 10 years...

    Sean Crowe Written by Sean Crowe about 6 years ago 2,276 reads 8 comments

  5. I Am Tiger Woods

    I am Tiger Woods. You think you can beat me? Well, you can’t. I’m so good, I can spend two months recovering from knee surgery without playing a single competitive round of golf, and still show up and win the U...

    Sean Crowe Written by Sean Crowe about 6 years ago 792 reads 5 comments

  6. Paul Pierce and Boston Celtics Bring Home Championship No. 17

    In the end, the best player didn't belong on the same floor as the best team. Paul Pierce spent 10 long years in Boston—going through brief moments of greatness, long stretches ...

    Sean Crowe Written by Sean Crowe about 6 years ago 1,332 reads 7 comments

  7. Celtics-Lakers: Pierce Goes For 38, But Lakers Force Game Six

    All you need to know about Game Five, summed up in nicely spaced bullet points: 1) Dick Bavetta officiating this game. Let me get this straight: the NBA knows one of their officials is being investigated by the FBI...

    Sean Crowe Written by Sean Crowe about 6 years ago 838 reads 20 comments

  8. Tim Donaghy Is Scum, But David Stern's NBA Still Has a Referee Problem

    The following article was originally published on Thursday, June 12 on Sports-Central.org. The NBA may be fantastic (though that point is entirely debatable), but its officials are not...

    Sean Crowe Written by Sean Crowe about 6 years ago 1,617 reads 14 comments

  9. Celtics-Lakers: I Was Wrong About Doc Rivers and Ray Allen

    When I started messing with this sports writing stuff back in my college days, I did so because I couldn’t stand most of the professional sports writers in Boston...

    Sean Crowe Written by Sean Crowe about 6 years ago 685 reads 2 comments

  10. Celtics-Lakers: Pierce, Allen Lead Greatest Comeback in NBA Finals History

    You’ll have to forgive me, but I’m a little giddy right now. What can you say about the 2008 Boston Celtics? They had the worst first quarter in NBA Finals history, but they might have had the best second half in NBA Finals history...

    Sean Crowe Written by Sean Crowe about 6 years ago 1,054 reads 4 comments

  11. Celtics-Lakers: Kobe Bryant Dominates, Boston Blows Golden Opportunity

    There was just no way the NBA, Kobe Bryant, or the suspect officiating crew was going to let the Celtics go up three games to none. The Celtics did not lose because of the officiating...

    Sean Crowe Written by Sean Crowe about 6 years ago 1,128 reads 15 comments

  12. NBA Finals: Paul Pierce, Celtics Hold On, Take 2-0 Lead Over Lakers

    Nobody ever said it would be easy. The Celtics took a huge lead into the fourth quarter, then watched the Lakers finally get hot from three point land. The Lakers cut the lead all the way down to two...

    Sean Crowe Written by Sean Crowe about 6 years ago 895 reads 2 comments

  13. NFL Musings: The Evil Patriots, Specter, Raider Competence, and More!

    The action picks up in what Senator Specter calls his “war room” near his office in Washington, DC. The “war room” is where Senator Specter goes to discuss current events, ...

    Sean Crowe Written by Sean Crowe about 6 years ago 1,316 reads 19 comments

  14. Celtics-Lakers, Game One: The Day Paul Pierce Became a Celtic

    Paul Pierce had a terrible first half in his first ever NBA Finals. After ending the half on the bench with an equal number of points and fouls (three), Pierce was just itching to get back ...

    Sean Crowe Written by Sean Crowe about 6 years ago 1,401 reads 5 comments

  15. NBA Championship: Celtics-Lakers Preview—A Lot Can Happen in a Year

    I remember vividly being in a bar in New Jersey, just over a year ago. The Red Sox were playing the Yankees, I was in an argument with one of the many Yankee fans at the bar over which team ...

    Sean Crowe Written by Sean Crowe about 6 years ago 1,011 reads 5 comments

  16. Celtics Win Eastern Conference: Bring On The Lakers!

    Before I start, I want to thank the Papa Joe radio show (KLAV, 1230 out of Las Vegas) for having me on today to discuss the “honorable” Senator from the great state of Comcast, Arlen Specter...

    Sean Crowe Written by Sean Crowe about 6 years ago 694 reads 8 comments

  17. Celtics-Pistons: Celtics Hold On (Barely), Take 3-2 Lead in Series

    I wasn’t going to do a "running diary"-type of deal for tonight’s game. It just kind of happened, starting with the beginning of the second quarter. I love reading, but hate writing these things...

    Sean Crowe Written by Sean Crowe about 6 years ago 975 reads 5 comments

  18. Exclusive Interview: A Candlepin Bowling World Record Holder

    My wife (Amy Dube) is a pretty good candlepin bowler. In fact, she’s one of the best female candlepin bowlers in the world. For those of you not familiar with Candlepin Bowling, it’s pretty big in New England and parts of Canada...

    Sean Crowe Written by Sean Crowe about 6 years ago 2,043 reads 7 comments

  19. Celtics-Pistons: Celtics Steal Game Three In Detroit, Take 2-1 Lead in Series

    Paul Pierce summed it up correctly. Forget about the monkey, they left that in Cleveland. The Gorilla is off the Celtics’ back...

    Sean Crowe Written by Sean Crowe about 6 years ago 688 reads 1 comments

  20. Paul Pierce Leads Celtics Past LeBron James to Eastern Conference Finals

    Paul Pierce and I have been through a lot over the last few years. As a player, he’s suffered through one of the most inept front offices in professional sports, one of the worst ...

    Sean Crowe Written by Sean Crowe about 6 years ago 1,587 reads 6 comments

  21. Spygate Spectacle: A Memo to Arlen Specter

    This article was originally posted on Sports-Central.org on Thursday, May 15. It was re-posted on Bleacher Report with their permission. Sean Crowe writes a column there every other Thursday...

    Sean Crowe Written by Sean Crowe about 6 years ago 1,767 reads 21 comments

  22. Celtics-Cavs: Garnett, Boston Can't Overcome LeBron, Officiating

    That was, by far, the worst, most embarrassing performance by an officiating crew in the history of the NBA. The only thing that comes even close is when they decided to give Dwayne Wade a few games in the NBA finals a few years ago...

    Sean Crowe Written by Sean Crowe about 6 years ago 1,109 reads 15 comments

  23. Celtics-Cavaliers: Boston Celtics + Home Court - Sam Cassell = Playoff Victory

    It’s a simple formula.The Celtics + playing in Boston – Sam Cassell equals a happy Sean Crowe.For the most part...

    Sean Crowe Written by Sean Crowe about 6 years ago 1,445 reads 3 comments

  24. A Patriot Fan's Thoughts on Spygate's End, Matt Walsh and The Boston Herald

    Matt Walsh, Matt Walsh, Matt Walsh… What can I say that hasn’t been said already by someone else, somewhere else, most likely in better English and maybe with a few added expletives?I’m actually not THAT mad at the mysterious Mr...

    Sean Crowe Written by Sean Crowe about 6 years ago 978 reads 10 comments

  25. Celtics - Cavaliers: Boston, Sam Cassell Terrible on the Road

    Holy crap, this Celtics team is frustrating.You watch them at home and you think they’re an unstoppable force that’s going to roll to the NBA Finals...

    Sean Crowe Written by Sean Crowe about 6 years ago 1,188 reads 10 comments