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 →

Quick Hits: A Bunch Of Hulla-Balloo About Nothing

Today both Marcus Morris and Jaylen Brown discussed their bench altercation (altercation is a strong word for it) with the media. For a quick refresher, heres the video from Thursday night in Miami. https://twitter.com/DimeUPROXX/status/1083563805030993921 That happened, the Celtics lost, and then subsequently everyone lost their collective mind's. Everyone started barking about how the Celtics are... Continue Reading →

Can Gordon do More of That, Please?

I'm very patient with Gordon Hayward. I really don't understand why everyone is so upset that a guy, who's ankle imploded a little over a year ago, isn't one hundred percent yet. I mean think about it, he's ten months removed from learning how to walk again, the expectation shouldn't be elite NBA caliber basketball... Continue Reading →

The Nets May Have Something There

Allen becomes the ninth player in history to block a LeBron James dunk attempt. He has already proven to be a young building block that the Nets can- I'm kidding. This is a trap blog to brag about how good the Pierce and Garnett trade was and still is. Jaylen Brown is back to being... Continue Reading →

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