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 →

It’s Time To Let Juice Loose

We've all heard enough about how poorly Jaylen Brown started this season and how well Marcus Morris Sr. started this season. Morris was dancing around a 50-40-90 season and Jaylen was building 2 bedroom apartments regularly with his inability to put the ball in the bucket. Brad Stevens did what we'd expect him to do... Continue Reading →

Vs LA Clippers 2/9: Things Got Worse

FINAL: LA Clippers: 123 Boston: 112 Just when we thought the House Of Horrors was over after that debacle Thursday night, the Celtics told us to hold their proverbial beer. After blowing an 18 point lead to the Lakers, the Celtics one-upped that performance with an even more confusing one Saturday night. They held a... Continue Reading →

The State of Boston Sports

This is first and foremost a basketball blog. However, with the Celtics deciding that winning games isn't too important and the Patriots looking vulnerable (yes, even though they beat the Jets) questions about the validity of one and the longevity of the other have risen. Are the Celtics as good as advertised? How much longer... Continue Reading →

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