1. New-Look Bench Key to Boston Celtics' Success

    Since Kevin Garnett and Doc Rivers joined forces, the Celtics have been a model of relevancy and an opponent other teams hate playing against. Through injuries, defections and poor draft choices, they have always been loathed and feared in the NBA ...

    Frances White Written by Frances White about 2 years ago 2,825 reads 3 comments

  2. Boston Celtics Are Prepared to Be Led by Rajon Rondo

    It wasn't long ago when everyone wondered if Rajon Rondo would ever get it. There were constant comparisons to Chris Paul , Deron Williams and Derrick Rose as to what skills make a point guard elite...

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  3. Boston Celtics' Paul Pierce: 'The Captain', 'The Truth' and His Legacy

    If there was a do-over of the 1998 NBA Draft, Paul Pierce probably would have been either the No.1 or 2 pick overall. Fortunately for Celtics fans, it didn't work out that way...

    Frances White Written by Frances White about 2 years ago 3,348 reads 11 comments

  4. Hernandez Injury Main Cause of Patriots' Loss to Arizona Cardinals

    Sunday's game against the Arizona Cardinals was supposed to be a done deal before they ever set foot on Gillette Stadium turf. The crowd was pumped and it was the first home game of the 2012 season...

    Frances White Written by Frances White about 2 years ago 416 reads 2 comments

  5. Stevan Ridley Puts Backfield in Motion for Tom Brady and New England Patriots

    Tom Brady has hoisted the Lombardy trophy at three out of his five Super Bowls. Both of his losses have been to the New York Giants . Bill Belichick had Brady averaging close to 50 passing attempts in those games...

    Frances White Written by Frances White about 2 years ago 691 reads 2 comments

  6. New York Knicks: Carmelo Anthony Wants Championship in the Concrete Jungle

    The NBA draft class of 2003 produced at least five notable players, four of which have won championships. Miami Heat 's LeBron James , Dwayne Wade and Chris Bosh ; plus Oklahoma Thunder Kendrick Perkins as a Boston Celtic...

    Frances White Written by Frances White about 2 years ago 191 reads 62 comments

  7. Patriots Tom Brady, Bill Belichick and Revamping 'The Patriot Way'

    The New England Patriots have participated in five Super Bowls and won three. Their two losses were to Bill's pal, New York Giants coach Tom Coughlin and quarterback, Eli Manning ...

    Frances White Written by Frances White about 2 years ago 3,095 reads 10 comments

  8. Miami Heat Winning with LeBron James and Playing Don Nelson's 'Nelly Ball'

    The road to an NBA championship has always been dominated by half-court execution and having players play traditional roles. Hence the abundance of titles of two storied franchises: the Boston Celtics and Los Angeles Lakers ...

    Frances White Written by Frances White about 2 years ago 4,136 reads 27 comments

  9. Kevin Garnett's 'Anything Is Possible Life': Boston Celtics' Quest for Respect

    The Boston Celtics have defied both the naysayers that say they are the old men of the NBA and the talk on whether or not they can remain relevant in today's NBA...

    Frances White Written by Frances White about 2 years ago 2,683 reads 33 comments

  10. Avery Bradley's Defense Keys Backcourt Success with Rajon Rondo

    NBA teams fear the middle of the first round because it can make the drafting GM either a goat, genius or candidate for executive of the year...

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  11. Jared Sullinger: Outside the Lottery and Future of Boston's First-Round Pick

    Six years ago, the Celtics were fortunate to get the 21st pick of the 2006 draft via trade with the (if prodded would like a do-over) Phoenix Suns ...

    Frances White Written by Frances White about over 2 years ago 1,491 reads 28 comments

  12. Jeff Green Searching for His Role as a Boston Celtic

    The Eastern Conference has two of the best players at small forward in LeBron James and Carmelo Anthony . Paul Pierce is still top 10, but last year’s postseason showed some slippage in his game...

    Frances White Written by Frances White about over 2 years ago 1,242 reads 10 comments

  13. Fab Melo a Center of Attention for the Boston Celtics

    The demise of the big man in NBA basketball has been greatly exaggerated. The fascination with the Dwight Howard saga proves as much. No. 1 pick Anthony Davis adds credence to the idea that the big man is alive and well...

    Frances White Written by Frances White about over 2 years ago 3,939 reads 38 comments

  14. Boston Celtics Doc Rivers' New Order: Rajon Rondo and the 'Big Three' Rebuild

    Danny Ainge and Doc Rivers have had to alter their plans to see banner 18 during the Kevin Garnett era in Boston...

    Frances White Written by Frances White about over 2 years ago 2,916 reads 35 comments

  15. Boston Celtics Offseason Review: A Championship Runs Through It

    Boston has never been a place that made star players want to suit up for them. Its perceived history has made them keep their distance. That is why it was important that Doc Rivers not walk away when he had the opportunity...

    Frances White Written by Frances White about over 2 years ago 197 reads 2 comments

  16. Boston Celtics Lose Game 7 to Miami Heat, Big Three Era Comes to an End

    To quote the great Phil Collins, "I can feel it coming in the air tonight," and they did. The Heat kept coming as Boston faded and the lack of competent role players reared its ugly head...

    Frances White Written by Frances White about over 2 years ago 1,349 reads 0 comments

  17. 2012 NBA Playoffs: Boston Celtics Look for Seventh Heaven in Game 7

    In the final minutes of Game 6 in the Eastern Conference Finals, the TD Garden fans sent their Celtics off with a rousing standoff to Game Seven...

    Frances White Written by Frances White about over 2 years ago 743 reads 2 comments

  18. Boston Celtics' Paul Pierce Makes Miami Heat Wilt Under Pressure of Game 5

    It was there for the taking, home-court advantage in a sunny locale with a fashionably late arriving crowd. The seats awash in a sea of white t-shirts waiting for Heat fans to don them...

    Frances White Written by Frances White about over 2 years ago 702 reads 2 comments

  19. Boston Celtics Rajon Rondo: The Making of a Legend and the Future of the Celtics

    Rajon Rondo has always been an enigma throughout his basketball journey. His game is like a box of Whitaker Chocolate, you never know what you are going to get. As always, the yearly trade Rondo debate had surfaced...

    Frances White Written by Frances White about over 2 years ago 1,252 reads 7 comments

  20. Sixers vs. Celtics: Rondo Proves He Is a Celtic with Triple-Double in Game 7 Win

    For all his idiosyncrasies, Rajon Rondo knows he belongs and last night the rest of the NBA was served notice after his 18-10-10 game saved the Boston Celtics ' season...

    Frances White Written by Frances White about over 2 years ago 522 reads 0 comments

  21. NBA Playoffs 2012: Boston Celtics' Kevin Garnett Is the Renaissance Man

    Somewhere, Mr. Peabody and Sherman are smiling, because Kevin Garnett decided to take a ride in the "wayback" machine. Prior to the All-Star break, KG looked like he was at the end of his NBA road...

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  22. NBA Playoffs 2012: Searching for Boston Celtics' Brandon Bass

    When Brandon Bass joined the Boston Celtics from the Orlando Magic after a preseason trade for Glen "Big Baby" Davis, everyone thought of him as a nice bench player, a welcome change from the bombastic Davis...

    Frances White Written by Frances White about over 2 years ago 406 reads 22 comments

  23. New York Knicks: Say Adios to Mike D'Antoni's Offensive Offense

    New York is an unforgiving city, especially when it comes to sports and entertainment. It is there, under the dim glow of the brightest lights that you can either be made or broken...

    Frances White Written by Frances White about over 2 years ago 246 reads 0 comments

  24. Boston Celtics: Danny Ainge Must Improve Bench to Make Noise in Playoffs

    We all know the story of how in the summer of 2007, Danny Ainge made a move that gave us a redux of "The Big Three...

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  25. Boston Celtic's Future Hinges on Return of Ubuntu and Rajon Rondo's Growth

    It was little more than three weeks ago, the Boston Celtics were having a nosebleed considering how Philadelphia Sixers had a seemingly secure grip on the Atlantic Division lead...

    Frances White Written by Frances White about over 2 years ago 362 reads 0 comments