Good morning! The Boston Celtics overcame the Golden State Warriors' third quarter surge to take a 2-1 lead in the 2022 NBA Finals. If you're on the East Coast and didn't watch the whole game, I can't blame you, as it finished around 11:30 PM EST. Here's a recap of the game quarter by quarter, … Continue reading Breaking Down Game Three of the NBA Finals Quarter by Quarter
The Boston Celtics have concluded their first-round sweep of the Brooklyn Nets, and I have to say, I don't think anyone saw this coming. Some people predicted that the Celtics would win the series (such as myself), but I thought it would be a long, hard-fought grueling series that ended with a dramatic Game Seven. … Continue reading What’s Next for the Celtics and the Nets?
The Los Angeles Lakers and Boston Celtics have been rivals since the beginning of the NBA's 75-year history. However, there have been times when this rivalry has been extremely heated, and other times when it's barely noticeable. In the 1960s, when the rivalry really took off, it was headlined by Bill Russell, Wilt Chamberlain, Jerry … Continue reading As One Rival Falls to the Bottom of the NBA, Another Rises To the Top
The Boston Celtics are currently in one of the most precarious positions in the NBA. While they have two All-Stars and are clearly a playoff team, they will most likely have trouble competing with more powerful teams in the Eastern Conference, such as the Nets, Bucks, Heat, and maybe 76ers. Today, we're going to preview … Continue reading A Preview of the Boston Celtics
As the newest, biggest current trade in the NBA, Kemba Walker of the Boston Celtics has been traded to the Oklahoma City Thunder for Al Horford and Moses Brown. The Celtics are also sending their number 16 pick in this year's NBA Draft and a 2025 second round pick to the Thunder, and the Thunder … Continue reading Report: Al Horford Returning to Boston, Kemba Walker Traded to Oklahoma City