Passion in Green

Offseason Dreaming: Gortat In Green

Although the Celtics season of mediocrity isn’t quite over yet, the remaining 7 games can’t come quickly enough in what has been a long 82-game stand. With this in mind, it’s never too early to look towards the period in June and July this year where Danny Ainge is expected to be very active. Polish […]

Kelly’s Playing Olright

The expectations on most rookie big men must be set reasonably low as players transition from the tempo of the college game into the faster pace of the NBA. However, this isn’t always the case when those rookie bigs are drafted in the top 15 of their class. Kelly Olynyk displayed a high basketball IQ […]

Getting to the finish line.

20-41. 61 games played, 21 games to go. We all know it’s about the future, but knowing is different from feeling. One can only imagine the morale of the team at this point. Battered and bruised, they valiantly battle for a win every night, only to fall short at the end to better teams. We all […]

Navigating The Rest Of Season 2013/14

As the February trade deadline passed and no moves were made by Danny Ainge since mid-January, the 2013/14 version of the Boston Celtics won’t be one of the most memorable teams in the franchise’s decorated history. Since the beginning of the season and the appointment of rookie Coach Brad Stevens, this season was always about […]

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