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NBA Playoffs – No Celtics, Knicks & Lakers For the First Time Ever

Posted on 13 Apr, 2014, by in Basketball, Featured

The two royal dynasties of the NBA are the Boston Celtics with their 17 championships, followed by the Los Angeles Lakers winning 16. The New York Knicks only have two, but they’re a special part of the league’s history, and for the first time all three teams aren’t going to be in the playoffs, while Carmelo Anthony, part of his equation, missed the postseason for the first time in his career. More

Bulls beat Celtics

Chicago Bulls – Defense & Efficiency Win Championships

Posted on 31 Mar, 2014, by in Basketball

The majority still isn’t sold on the Chicago Bulls being championship contenders, but it doesn’t stop the team from envisioning it happen, led by D.J. Augustin in 107-102 win over the Boston Celtics, improving their chances of having home court advantage in the first round of the playoffs. More

Rajon Rondo

Celtics Over Heat – Rajon Rondo Enjoying the LeBron James Absence

Posted on 20 Mar, 2014, by in Basketball

The Boston Celtics aren’t a very good team, but once in a while they can do a bit better than everyone expects of them, as Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh weren’t enough to carry the Miami Heat through a game without LeBron James, while Rajon Rondo looked like a point guard worth keeping for the future. More

Carmelo Anthony

New York Knicks – Streaking All Over the Weaklings

Posted on 13 Mar, 2014, by in Basketball

Who could have guessed that in Mid-March the New York Knicks would be the hottest team in the Eastern conference? Following their 116-92 win over the Boston Celtics, as Carmelo Anthony enjoys another fantastic game, they’ve won five in a row, and the playoffs that seemed impossible to reach not long ago are now a very real possibility. More

Andrew Bynum

Indiana Pacers – Winning But Not Impressing Anyone

Posted on 12 Mar, 2014, by in Basketball

The Indiana Pacers still lead the Eastern conference and have finally broken their losing streak. But a 94-83 win over the Boston Celtics isn’t going to stop this bad feeling hovering around the team, which mostly has to do with their defense looking a bit too normal all of a sudden, something that won’t be enough for them come the playoffs. More

Rajon Rondo

Brooklyn Nets – Beating the Best, Losing to the Worst

Posted on 8 Mar, 2014, by in Basketball

The Brooklyn Nets are the most impossible team to read this season, capable of beating the best teams in the West before losing to the worst teams in the East. Paul Pierce was awful once again upon his visit to his former home arena, while Rajon Rondo, in a mistake filled night, pulled the Boston Celtics wagon forward in a rare moment of actually being proud of the work that’s done there this season. More

Iguodala, Curry

Golden State Warriors – Stephen Curry Can Take it Easy Again

Posted on 6 Mar, 2014, by in Basketball

After beating the Indiana Pacers through a game winning shot by Klay Thompson, playing the Boston Celtics is almost like being on holiday, only with really bad weather, as Stephen Curry could give himself another break en route to a 108-88 win. More

Rajon Rondo

Two More Reasons to Hate Rajon Rondo

Posted on 2 Mar, 2014, by in Basketball

This is a frustrating time to be Rajon Rondo, and it clearly showed in another loss for the Boston Celtics, this time at home against the Indiana Pacers, with the point guard showing his full arsenal of being kind of annoying by interrupting a hi-five session for Paul George and then stopping Roy Hibbert from helping Jeff Green getting up. More

Rajon Rondo, Jeff Green

NBA Rumors – Boston Celtics Willing to Trade Rajon Rondo & Jeff Green

Posted on 13 Feb, 2014, by in Basketball

While it’s going to take a monster offer for anyone to get the Boston Celtics agreement to trade Rajon Rondo, he’s on the table if there are lucrative offers. The same goes for Jeff Green, although his contract is a bit harder to move. More

Brandon Bass

NBA Rumors – Boston Celtics Getting Plenty of Interest for Brandon Bass

Posted on 11 Feb, 2014, by in Basketball

Right about now is the time contending teams look at their rosters and try to find out what’s missing. It seems there are a few thinking that Brandon Bass of the Boston Celtics might do a world of good for them, with at least three NBA franchises making approaches in order to get him via trade. More