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5 Predictions For 2014-15 Boston Celtics

BOSTON (CBS) — The 2014-15 Boston Celtics won’t be raising the franchise’s 18th championship banner or hosting a parade through the streets of Boston next summer. 1,956 more words


Grande: Opening Night The One Night Anything Is Possible

BOSTON (CBS) — Listen, no one said this was going to be easy. And no one said it was going to be quick.

In fact, no one actually promised fireworks, but that’s a part of the narrative so we’ll pretend they did. 830 more words


I Will Miss Being Totally Confused by Rajon Rondo

It’s not often that a professional athlete is branded with a SAT vocabulary word by the sports media, but wherever the name Rajon Rondo appears in print, it seems the word “mercurial” is sure to be nearby. 1,631 more words


The Celtics Struggle to Rebuild, but We’re Still Here

Patience is a virtue. At least, that’s what Boston Celtics fans have to continually tell themselves to maintain some speck of optimism. The Celtics start the season with their home opener at the TD Garden on Wednesday, and at this point, everyone is hoping they just don’t play as horribly as last season. 552 more words


Sports Final: Cedric Maxwell Previews 2014-15 Boston Celtics

BOSTON (CBS) — Another season of Boston Celtics basketball is almost upon us, though the expectations surrounding the team remain extremely low.

After an offseason that generated little excitement, the Celtics are once again expected to finish in the bottom of the NBA barrel. 731 more words

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Are the Celtics Really Rebuilding?

Since the departure of Paul Pierce and Kevin Garnett, the Boston Celtics have admittedly been in a “rebuilding stage.” At one point or another, every team has to go through a rebuild, which generally involves developing players for to either benefit the team in the long term or hold some value in the trade market. 188 more words


The Boston Celtics need to learn from Kobe and the Los Angeles Lakers and trade Rajon Rondo

This is the latest “BlogBlast.” I set a timer to five minutes and write as much as I can about a topic I have an opinion about. 367 more words