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  • Posted 11/21/2013 09:53:27 EST

    Rebuilding is what it is.  Sullinger looks really good, and when Rondo comes back Bradley slides back to his natural position at the 2, and hopefully Rajon will make everyones game better.  It will fu more »

  • Posted 07/05/2013 10:08:02 EDT

    Rondo is Rondo, like any other good player he has strengths and weaknesses.  When a player like Rondo wins he is a leader, when he loses he is a diva.  He probably doesn't really know much about Coach more »

  • Posted 12/28/2012 09:05:04 EST

    The Celtics are all about Championships, and thats the way it should be.  Making the playoffs is fine for other less successful franchises but not the C's measuring stick.  That said, cannot see how t more »

  • Posted 10/31/2012 10:53:47 EDT

    During the heat of battle is absolutely the wrong time for Ray to try and say hello to his former team mates. He was on the Celtics for 5 years and KG has made his feelings known about Ray leaving. Al more »

  • Comment on: 'Age-old problem'

    Posted 05/13/2011 10:47:25 EDT

    Not a huge Big Baby fan, but who exactly do we have to play minutes at center next year? If Ainge lets BB walk, lets hope he has a plan (one that makes sense this time) to fill the middle. Hope the Bu more »

  • Posted 05/12/2011 03:43:20 EDT

    Ainge may very well have let the wrong player go when he traded Perkins. Can't help but wonder if the C's made a bigger mistake by letting the wrong coach go. I would like our future a lot more if Tib more »

  • Posted 05/03/2011 09:50:07 EDT

    Ainge blew the season with the trade, he totally misjudged the effect it would have on the teams chemistry. Not only losing Perk, but Semih seemed to understand the D better than Krstic, cannot see wh more »

  • Posted 03/31/2011 09:40:44 EDT

    Perkins trade was a big mistake. Not because Perkins is a beast like D.Howard, but because he fit the Celtic system perfectally. The system works, just look at what the Bulls are doing with it now. Ai more »

  • Posted 02/25/2011 01:17:22 EST

    From the opening tip it was obvious the C's hearts were not in this one. Understand the Perkins trade, but betting on the O'Neals to both be healthy come playoff time seems a little reckless, and then more »

  • Posted 01/06/2011 10:41:15 EST

    Understand the frustration with J-O, but he will be very important in the Finals when he uses his 6 fouls to pound on Gasol, along with Shaq's and Perks, that is a lot of pounding. Last night's game i more »

  • Posted 01/06/2011 09:46:51 EST

    Rondo does more than just make great passes, he totally sets up the other team by making a smart move with the ball first.  He doesn't just hit the open man, He sets up defenders to get his team-mates more »

  • Posted 12/26/2010 12:35:16 EST

    Take a top starting point guard off any team and they struggle against good teams. This is a perfect example why Rondo should be considered for league MVP, it is even more clear when he doesn't play t more »

  • Posted 12/01/2010 03:25:46 EST

    I am tired of these LeBron apologists with the lame excuses like "the Celtics big three have positions that compliment each other" or "they came via trade not FA". Look, LeBron, Bosh and Wade are the more »

  • Posted 12/01/2010 11:25:58 EST

    Even though it seems highly unlikely the voters would give Rondo the MVP, he is having the type of season that won Nash his two awards. Nash's stats when he won his first were 15.5 pts, NBA-best 11.5 more »

  • Posted 08/25/2010 09:35:03 EDT

    If it is not really a Mosque, than hard to use Freedom of Religion as a defense for the right to build it. The YMCA is not the same as a church, and a community center is not the same as a Mosque. more »

  • Posted 08/25/2010 09:24:49 EDT

    There are over 2,000 Mosques in the United States, Mosque construction increased over 40% during the previous decade. Mormon's were actually persecuted in this country, nobody is saying that we should more »

  • Posted 06/18/2010 08:32:47 EDT

    Ray and KG came to the C's to help the team, but to also personally validate thier legacies with a ring, mission accomplished. They did not come here (hopefully) to hang on past thier prime and damage more »

  • Posted 05/01/2010 10:55:55 EDT

    Perkins is not the long term answer for us at center. He has brick hands, takes waaaaaay too long to get a shot up, and pouts when he is left out of the offense. Rasheed Wallace is old and has played more »

  • Posted 02/25/2010 10:43:08 EST

    It is becoming painfully obvious that the Celts are just too old to contend. KG is a shadow of his former self and Wallace is a complete bust. The Cavs didn't even bring thier A-game and they are pull more »

  • Posted 02/09/2010 08:01:06 EST

    Doc Rivers is at best an average coach. He wins when he has healthy talent, loses when he doesn't. I am sure we all remember his record the year before Garnett and Allen arrived. He has very little fe more »

  • Posted 02/07/2010 10:25:20 EST

    MaineFan, Harsh but accurate. Perkins gets fed perfect passes underneath and then takes all day to put it down, resulting in blocks against and misses. Rondo would be averaging at least 1-2 assists mo more »

  • Posted 02/07/2010 05:22:09 EST

    The C's sure are looking old (except Rondo), Perk has got to move faster when he gets the ball, takes waaaaaay too long to get his shot up. If Ainge can unload Allen for a high energy player who actua more »

  • Comment on: 'Celtics’

    Posted 01/29/2010 09:14:35 EST

    I love this team, but in two short years they seem to have gone from "experienced" to just plain "old". Our bench doesn't really give us any change of pace. Wallace, Davis, Scal are all just slower ve more »

  • Posted 12/06/2009 08:28:42 EST

    LeBron acted like a bozo, but that kind of stuff should be policed by the players on the floor, a la Karl Malone elbow to a driving and then bloody Isiah Thomas. The next time they play and LeBron goe more »

  • Comment on: 'Out of synch'

    Posted 11/21/2009 07:05:11 EST

    The Celts, especially last night, just looked kind of Old. So far, this looks like it might be the year Ray Allen starts to hit that wall, his defense has been terrible. Its not for lack of effort, bu more »

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