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Robb: Jaylen Brown Voted Most Athletic Rookie By 2016 Draft Class

BOSTON (CBS) – When Danny Ainge elected to draft Jaylen Brown with the No. 3 overall pick in the 2016 NBA Draft, the team pointed to the swingman’s physique as one of the main factors in the selection. 373 more words


Remembering The Time Robert Parish Knocked Bill Laimbeer The F*ck Out

There was one member of the 1980s Celtics who always seemed like the taciturn leader of the team. His expression simultaneously said: “I will end you,” and “Come on over for dinner when we’re done.” He always seemed — from a distance — like a philosopher warrior of sorts, one whose default expression usually involved a scowl. 649 more words


Celtics' Avery Bradley Not Afraid Of 'Getting Embarrassed' By Anyone In NBA

Avery Bradley fears no man.

The Boston Celtics guard was named to the NBA All-Defensive First Team last season, adding to his reputation as a tenacious on-ball defender. 287 more words

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Avery Bradley Wants To Win Defensive Player Of The Year

BOSTON (CBS) — After being named to the NBA’s All-Defensive First Team for the first time in his career last season, Celtics guard Avery Bradley has a taste for some end-of-season hardware. 224 more words


Phil Jackson's Biggest Regret With Knicks? Passing On Jae Crowder In Trade

Call them a “super team” if you want, but the New York Knicks are a dumpster fire and have been for a long time.

When team president Phil Jackson was hired in 2014, he was supposed to change that. 333 more words

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All-NBA Defender Avery Bradley Isn't Scared Of Kyrie Irving Or Anyone Else

Avery Bradley is one of the NBA’s best defenders at his position and has been for some time. He’s such a formidable force on that end that, toward the end of Ray Allen’s tenure in Boston, Doc Rivers seriously considered moving Bradley into the starting lineup and bringing Allen off the bench. 259 more words


Phil Jackson Says His Biggest Regret With The Knicks Is Not Bringing Jae Crowder To New York

Phil Jackson has given himself the daunting task of trying to turn the New York Knicks into a respectable, winning organization. While he is one of the most respected and successful coaches of all time, he’s still relatively new at this whole front office thing, and it certainly hasn’t gone perfectly thus far. 269 more words