BOSTON (CBS) – The Celtics are on top of the Atlantic Division. That’s a sentence most NBA fans didn’t expect to be see written at any point this year, much less a quarter of the way through the season. 959 more words
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by James B. Terry
Many reports over the last week or two have pointed towards Rajon Rondo knocking on the door of a ruturn from a torn ACL, but Celtics President of Basketball Operations Danny Ainge killed them all this morning by stating that his All-Star point guard is “not close” to being ready full practices let alone games. 488 more words
BOSTON (CBS) – Over the last few weeks, the belief was that Rajon Rondo was nearing a return to the Boston Celtics.
It’s been 10 months since Rondo suffered an ACL injury that ended his 2012-13 season and has sidelined him for the start of the new campaign, but he’s been taking part in non-contact drills and practicing with the team so his return will be a smooth transition. 374 more words
The Los Angeles Lakers are doomed. At least for as long as Kobe Bryant’s on the team.
When the Lakers inked a two-year extension with Bryant this weekend, the Lakers promised themselves another three years without a championship. 591 more words
A few days ago we celebrated Thanksgiving to reflect on what we’re thankful for and what we’ve been blessed with. Basketball certainly shouldn’t be on the top of the list of things to be thankful for, but due to the holiday and how the Celtics are playing, there should be a connection to at least appreciate what Danny Ainge has done with this team. 592 more words
by James B. Terry
Allow me to start with a positive note, Kelly Olynyk is working out better than Fab Melo. In fact, if he retired tomorrow it’s still a better draft selection by Danny Ainge as Melo’s career highlight as a Celtic was helping carry an injured Leandro Barbosa off the court. 391 more words