DoomsDay

Here we are, a little bit over a year since the Celtics were ousted in Game 7 by the Cavaliers and things looked so bright. They had proven All-Stars nearing their return, future young studs, and role players who were battle tested.They had it all in one, the perfect recipe for success. A year later,... Continue Reading →

KD’s Injury Changes Things Forever

Last night was a devastating one for not only the Golden State Warriors and Kevin Durant, but the NBA as a whole. If you haven't seen it yet, while trying to plant off of a dribble move, it looked like a shotgun went off inside KD's calf. https://twitter.com/SportsCenter/status/1138264039233114115 https://twitter.com/SportsCenter/status/1138283435083083777 There's no reason to sugarcoat it,... Continue Reading →

A Franchise Defined By Banners, Not Losers

Doubt echoed through the halls of TD Garden as the Celtics trudged their way back to the locker room after falling 113-101 in Game 4 of the Eastern Conference Semifinals. They now stared a 3-1 deficit in the face after suffering their third straight defeat and second straight loss at home to Giannis Antetokounmpo and... Continue Reading →

Meet Pascal Siakam: The NBA’s Coolest Cucumber

Most people that follow the NBA know of Pascal Siakam, but they're still relatively unfamiliar with with his work as a whole. He's a mystery man, dubbed "Spicy-P", who completely overhauled his game and is a frontrunner for the NBA's Most Improved Player award. Apparently, after dropping 32 points on 14-17 shooting in his first... Continue Reading →

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