Boston Celtics on the verge

One of the leading sub-plots during the summer of Kevin Durant’s OKC departure was the Boston Celtics continuing their rise up the ladder of contenders. Lost in the chaos is the answer to this question: Where do Brad Stevens’ C’s go from here? The 2015-16 Boston Celtics won 48 games in their third season of the Brad Stevens-era rebuild. Celtics fans

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Roundtable April 27th

Who looked the best in round one of the Stanley Cup Playoffs? Peter Fiorentino: Blues. I don’t care if it went 7, it shows a tremendous amount of heart to beat the Hawks, and Brian Elliot looked really good. Jamey Schilling: The Pittsburgh Penguins. Even without their starting goalie the Pens looked like a team a dangerous team. Any one who

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The Calder Trophy race (without Connor McDavid)

Earlier this month, Edmonton Oilers’ rookie Forward Connor McDavid crashed into the end boards during a game against the Philadelphia Flyers. That night the city of Edmonton, along with the entire NHL, held their breath. McDavid arose and skated off under his own power, but not without nursing a hurt shoulder. Later X-rays confirmed the last thing McDavid and the

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Is Derrick Rose Soft?

“Down and holding his knee…. Down and holding his knee.” The five words that have given Chicago Bulls fans nightmares for the past three seasons. Bulls superstar Derrick Rose has played in 50 games over the past 3 seasons. Rose tore his ACL late in 2011 which also held him out of the 2012 campaign and then went on to

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LA Lakers: How-to Clarify An Uncertain Furture

By Keith Woods I’m not going to lie, I’ve been pretty spoiled being a Lakers fan.  Every year it was championship or bust. With every turnaround jumper Kobe Bryant took, LA fans would feel collectively closer to yet another championship parade. But over the past two Laker’s seasons it hasn’t felt the same. There are numerous issues plaguing the franchise

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