What the Celtics Should Do With the Number One Pick

We are only a few days away from the NBA draft, and the Boston Celtics remarkably have the number one pick in the NBA draft. The Celtics General Manager, Danny Ainge, has started to stir the pot already, as it seems the Celtics and the Philadelphia 76ers are close to agreeing on a trade which would send the number one pick to Philadelphia, in exchange … Continue reading What the Celtics Should Do With the Number One Pick

Emergency Post: The Celtics Are In Trouble

After watching game 2 conclude, I was fairly optimistic about the Celtics’ chances to win this series.  Isaiah had just dropped 53 points, taking over the fourth quarter and OT completely.  I, and every other C’s fan came to conclusion that they were hitting peak form at the perfect time. I did not expect them to necessarily sweep the Wizards, but I did expect them … Continue reading Emergency Post: The Celtics Are In Trouble

Let’s Give Al Horford The Credit He Deserves

From afar, Al Horford’s debut season with the Boston Celtics seems fairly mediocre. A big-man who’s getting paid $27-million a year to score 14 points and grab seven rebounds is hard to get behind.  But for those who’ve watched the Celtics play day-in and day-out realize just how much better Horford has made this team. When Horford decided to sign with the Celtics this summer, … Continue reading Let’s Give Al Horford The Credit He Deserves

Avery Bradley and Isaiah Thomas: The Perfect Duo

James Harden and Isaiah Thomas have emerged as two of the best offensive players in the NBA, and they have a lot in common. Both are ball-dominant, lefty point guards who can not only create shots for themselves but also make the players on their team better.  They both get to the FT line to score a chunk of their points.  They are also the … Continue reading Avery Bradley and Isaiah Thomas: The Perfect Duo