Celts Cavs Keys

King James, duh. The Cavs raw starpower is a tall order to meet for the Celtics, and it is easy to see why the Cavs are universal favorites in this series despite the Celtics being the highest seed. The Celtics have to rely on there grit and depth if they even want the slimmest chance... Continue Reading →

With the First Overall Pick..

With the first overall pick in the 2017 NBA Draft, the Boston Celtics select… Josh Jackson, small forward from Kansas. I know, a lot of you won’t agree but hear me out. I love Josh Jackson. Probably the most athletic and best two-way player in this year’s draft. Jackson would bring immidiate help to the... Continue Reading →

Too early for a verdict on Dombrowski 

Dave Dombrowski has made an immediate impact on the Boston Red Sox organization. Remember the names Yohan Moncada, Michael Kopech, Travis Shaw and Anderson Espinoza? Those four young players (amoung many others) are on the list of players who are not yet in their prime that Dombrowski has traded out of the Red Sox organization.... Continue Reading →

Why the Cavs don’t scare me

Kelly Olynk is a savior. He carried the Celtics to a game 7 win and dropped 26 and had the fans behind him the whole time. John Wall and company go back to Washington after a 115-105 loss to Boston. Now, Boston will play Cleveland in the Eastern Conference Finals starting Wednesday, and I'm not... Continue Reading →

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