1. 2010 NBA Mock Draft: Why Teams Should Draft for Talent Before Need

    When do teams get in trouble in the NBA Draft? Well, let's put aside teams that pass on three perennial All-Stars and draft an overhyped foreign player, or teams that pass on a once in a generation talent for the big guy with balky knees...

    Stew Winkel Written by Stew Winkel about over 4 years ago 1,863 reads 1 comments

  2. 2010 NBA Playoffs: Plenty of Good and Bad in Boston Celtics Game One Win

    While the 92-88 Celtics win in Game One over the Orlando Magic wound up being much closer down the stretch than Boston fans would have wanted considering the C's built a 20-point ...

    Stew Winkel Written by Stew Winkel about over 4 years ago 537 reads 2 comments

  3. 2010 NBA Playoffs: The Boston Celtics Won Last Night, If Anyone Cares To Notice

    After closing out the Cleveland Cavaliers last night in six games, a reporter asked Paul Pierce essentially if he felt a sense of accomplishment from defeating LeBron James and the top-seeded Cavs...

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  4. NBA Playoffs: Holding My Breath Waiting for Celtics-Cavaliers Game Six

    Normally when I write an article, once I come up with the idea, it just flows. Sometimes, it might not flow so well, but not being able to get something down on paper has never been a problem for me...

    Stew Winkel Written by Stew Winkel about over 4 years ago 292 reads 3 comments

  5. NBA Playoffs: Rajon Rondo's Response to LeBron James Sets Up Game Five Showdown

    Note to self—do not go away again during a Boston Celtics playoff weekend. As much as I enjoyed my all too brief trip to New Orleans, great players build their legacies in the ...

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  6. Boston Celtics Must Solve Second Half Problems in Game Two

    Saturday morning I watched the ESPN 30 for 30 documentary "Guro of Go" about Paul Westhead, Hank Gathers, and the 1990 Loyola Marymount men's basketball team...

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  7. NBA Playoffs: Boston Celtics Send Miami Heat Home for the Summer

    Let me get this straight. The Celtics have dominating regular seasons in 2008 and 2009, but then have to sweat through a seven-game series in both years just to advance past the first round...

    Stew Winkel Written by Stew Winkel about over 4 years ago 145 reads 1 comments

  8. NBA Playoffs: Boston Celtics Throw Away Chance To Sweep Miami Heat

    It was a great performance by the Boston Celtics in Sunday's Game Four against the Heat, a game where the Celtics had the opportunity to close out the series and earn the franchise's ...

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  9. NBA Playoffs: Paul Pierce Delivers Command Performance In Win Over Heat

    If Paul Pierce is indeed acting, he earned himself an Oscar tonight for Best Delivery of a Punch to the Stomach...

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  10. NBA Playoffs: Boston Celtics Silence Quentin Richardson and Miami Heat

    So, Quentin, do you have any comments you would like to share now? My guess is no, after the Boston Celtics destroyed the Miami Heat in Game Two, 106-77. As lopsided as the final score was, it was not even that close...

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  11. NBA Playoffs: Hoping For a Miracle From The Boston Celtics

    With the 2009-10 regular season for the Boston Celtics now in the rear view mirror, a question comes to mind...

    Stew Winkel Written by Stew Winkel about over 4 years ago 274 reads 2 comments

  12. Boston Celtics Latest Loss: More Proof That The Team Doesn't Measure Up

    One word keeps coming to mind about the Boston Celtics loss last night to the New York Knicks: Pathetic. In every sense of the word, the loss was truly, utterly, and completely pathetic...

    Stew Winkel Written by Stew Winkel about over 4 years ago 349 reads 7 comments

  13. Boston Celtics: A Down Year For Doc And Danny

    It has not been a good year for Doc Rivers or Danny Ainge. Coming off a 21-point home loss to the San Antonio Spurs, the Boston Celtics are 47-26, 10...

    Stew Winkel Written by Stew Winkel about over 4 years ago 383 reads 7 comments

  14. Will The Real Boston Celtics Please Stand Up

    It was only ten days ago when I had thrown in the towel on the 2009-10 Boston Celtics. The Celtics had lost to the Cleveland Cavaliers 104-93...

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  15. Boston Celtics: If Only Larry Bird Was Walking Through That Door

    After another defeat to an elite team followed by a blow-out victory at home over the Pistons, I have decided to take a break from this back and forth struggle of trying to figure out the 2009-10 Boston Celtics...

    Stew Winkel Written by Stew Winkel about over 4 years ago 2,592 reads 2 comments

  16. Is Rajon Rondo the NBA's Best Point Guard and Other Boston Celtics Questions

    I have come up with five questions for this year’s Celtics team, while still waiting for Doc Rivers to decide to send a double-team at Andrew Bogut: Is Rajon Rondo the best point ...

    Stew Winkel Written by Stew Winkel about over 4 years ago 1,942 reads 8 comments

  17. Boston Celtics Uneven Play Has Nothing To Do with Boredom

    Following last night’s Celtics game against the Detroit Pistons, I found myself thinking about Dennis Green and his now famous rant after his Arizona Cardinals lost to the Chicago Bears...

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  18. Kevin Garnett: Halfway Recovered From His Knee Injury

    With the trade deadline in the rearview mirror, Boston Celtics fans can stop searching for any savior to be brought in via a trade. The focus can return to what really will make or break the Celtics this season—the health of Kevin Garnett...

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  19. Boston Celtics Fall Short in Attempt for Major Upgrade at Trade Deadline

    I spent two days frantically checking and refreshing any website I could find offering Boston Celtics or NBA trade information for this? For weeks, I had clung to the notion that the Celtics ...

    Stew Winkel Written by Stew Winkel about almost 5 years ago 1,311 reads 2 comments

  20. NBA Trade Rumors: Celtics Set To Swap Eddie House for Nate Robinson

    Goodbye to a three-point shooter.  Hello to a slam-dunk champ. It appears the Celtics and Knicks have agreed to a trade that will send Eddie House to NY for Nate Robinson...

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  21. Boston Celtics Problems Not Solved by Winning Ugly

    The Boston Celtics returned from the All-Star break needing a win, and they did just that in their first game back, defeating the Kings in Sacramento last night 95-92...

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  22. More Questions Than Answers for the Boston Celtics at the All-Star Break

    Maybe writing when I am angry is not the best idea, and it is possible my better judgment could be clouded by having sat through yet another second-half collapse by the Boston Celtics...

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  23. What Shelden Williams' Tweet Means for Paul Pierce and the Celtics

    Earlier today, I was tossing around a few ideas for a Celtics column this week: What do the three losses to Orlando, Atlanta, and Los Angeles say about the Celtics' chances the rest of the ...

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  24. Boston Celtics Fall Flat Again in Fourth Quarter in Loss To L.A. Lakers

    Maybe there is something in the water? First, the Red Sox season ends when Jonathan Papelbon can’t hold a two-run lead in the ninth inning against the Angels, as the Sox lost 7-6...

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  25. Boston Celtics Scheduled For Major Test Against Magic, Hawks, and Lakers

    To even a diehard Celtics fan, the regular season, at times, can feel like a snooze. We know the Celtics are good and are going to the playoffs. Let me rest until we get there...

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