It’s another parade day here in Boston. These days just don’t get old, do they?
The parade will start at 11:00am at the TD Banknorth Garden and roll past City Hall and Boston Common before ending at Copley Square.
Somehow, the Boston Globe let Bob Ryan get the front cover of the paper today. I thought that was space exclusively reserved for Shaughnessy? Ryan examines where this Celtics team ranks in comparison to all the great teams in the history of the franchise. You might be surprised where he puts them. Steve Bulpett says that Danny Ainge’s vision for this team proved to be right. Bill Burt offers up 17 thoughts, comments and observations on the latest championship season for the Celtics. Bill Reynolds gives us five things we can learn from the World Champs.
It’s curious as to why the papers picked two of the more negative, miserable guys in town, Dan Shaughnessy and Tony Massarotti to tell the fans just how good we all have it here in Boston right now. Maybe it’s for their own good. Even though Gerry Callahan can’t resist taking a shot at Bill Belichick, his article on Doc Rivers today is top notch. I actually got some chills on the line from Remember The Titans. Lenny Megliola says that this championship is full of private joys for those involved.
Bulpett explores what the Celtics will do with James Posey and his contract option, Christopher L. Gasper has Larry Bird offering his congratulations to the Celtics and the fans of Boston. Jessica Camerato looks at how things have changed since she started covering the team last season.
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