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 →

Gordon Hayward Will Be Just Fine

Just as a precursor before I dive into this: I do not think Gordon Hayward is currently close to 100% and I don't think he will round into that form before/during the playoffs. Now that we have that out of the way, let's dive into some good news regarding the former All-Star. Slowly but surely,... 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 →

Vs Minnesota 1/2: G-Day

FINAL: Boston: 115 Minnesota: 102 With Kyrie Irving sidelined due to an eye injury suffered in Monday's loss to the Spurs the Celtics were undermanned and needed some guys to step it up. Terry Rozier took the reigns as PG1 and put together a really nice game posting 16 points, 3 rebounds, 5 assists, and... Continue Reading →

Vs Utah 11/17: No Toughness

Looking to piggyback off of a mollywopping of the Bulls and a huge win against Toronto, the green welcomed Utah to The Garden last night. The last time these two met was on the road trip we wont mention on this site ever again, which resulted in a 123-115 Jazz win. However since then the... Continue Reading →

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