Celtics Take Game One VS. Philly On the Back Of Kevin Garnett and A Triple Double From ROndo

By Ryan Whitfield     Like most of this post season for the Celtics thus far, this one wasn’t pretty, but a win is a win. The team started slow and had to erase an early 13 point deficit followed by a ten point deficit later on in the fourth quarter. Down the stretch the … Continue reading

Celtics Drop Christmas Day Opener to Knicks at MSG, 106-104

By: Victor Olowojoba The Boston Celtics opened the NBA season on Christmas Day against the New York Knicks and fell short 106-104. Captain Paul Pierce missed the game with a sore right heel and he was missed as the game came down to the last possession, something Pierce is familiar with. The Knicks came out … Continue reading

2011 Hoganz Basketball Classic, LYNN: Live from Marian Gardens

By Juvone Freeman For all you basketball lovers in the Lynn and Boston area the Hoganz Basketball Classic is back this weekend for its 19th annual tournament. The tournament will host 32 Teams and 3 Good Performances by MTV’s America’s Best Dance Crew Phunk Phenomenon, Arrow (Rapper) and Chyna (Female Rapper). First tip off is on Friday at … Continue reading

2011 NBA Draft Recap

By: Victor Olowojoba The 2011 NBA Draft was held last night where 60 College and International basketball players had their lifelong dreams finally become reality as they officially became apart of the National Basketball Association. The yearly event, which has been held at Madison Square Garden since 2001, was held for the first time at … Continue reading

East/West NBA Conf. Finals Tied, Momentum Shift?

By: Victor Olowojoba It has been a while since the last post on the NBA playoffs for me, but my Orlando Magic lost in 5 to the Hawks and I didn’t care about the playoffs for a little while. I was way more into the NHL playoffs since every game was basically guaranteed to go … Continue reading

Doc Rivers rackin’ up the mula, movin’ up on the chart$

By: Brandon Gilson Doc Rivers was recently named on Forbes list the highest paid NBA coach. Since Phil Jackson is retiring this summer(supposedly)….Bill Belichick will be placed in the overall top spot and passes Doc Rivers as the highest paid coach in all four North-American sports. Doc Rivers signed a 5 year deal a few … Continue reading

Celtics 2010-2011 Season Wrap-Up

By: Brandon Gilson Alright, so I admit…I’m a little late on this post, but I am still trying to wrap my head around the fact the Celtics season is over.  This post will recap all the happenings from Wednesday night to today (Sunday May 15). Although their season ended too soon, I have optimism moving forward. Last … Continue reading

Rajon Rondo is not human; Celtics not going down without a fight (win Game 3 by 16 pts)

                                                                                           By: Brandon Gilson The TD Garden was rockin’ last night. … Continue reading

Celtics lose Game 2; go down 0-2

By: Brandon Gilson The Celtics lost Game 2 to the Heat tonight, going down 0-2 in the series. I don’t know where to start. Nobody, NO ONE, stepped up for us. LeBron killed the C’s, scoring 35 points (14-of-25) and grabbing 7 rebounds. Rondo led all Celtics with 20 points, 12 assists and 6 rebounds. Not good … Continue reading