Celtics Don’t Have The Magic

The Celtics lost a double-digit lead last night, and fell in Orlando to the Magic, 96-94. Kevin Garnett looked bad, failing to finish at least two lobs in front of the hoop, and getting beat baseline by Rashard Lewis on the game winning hoop. Garnett says his knee isn't a problem, but it sure looked like it … Continue reading Celtics Don’t Have The Magic


Week Log: Where The Games Went On

We're going to open the doors and let in a few more national bloggers than usual this afternoon as we take a brief look at the aftermath of last Sunday's AFC and NFC conference championships, then it will be back to Boston where no such game was held. NFL Neither championship game disappointed National Football … Continue reading Week Log: Where The Games Went On

Afternoon Notes

A couple of notes from today: The Beanpot is coming up over the next two Monday nights, and once again NESN has the complete coverage. Coverage begins with Beanpot Hockey Tournament presented by SBLI beginning on Monday, February 1st.  The first game pits Boston College against Harvard at 5:00 PM followed by Boston University battling … Continue reading Afternoon Notes

Tuesday Top Ten

Here's the top ten Boston sports articles this morning from around the newspaper and web world... A Ticket to ride - Frank Dell’Apa has Kevin Garnett returning to form as the Celtics beat the Clippers 95-89. Warriors may offer Ellis for Ray Allen - Comcast SportsNet's A. Sherrod Blakely reported that the Warriors might be interested in moving … Continue reading Tuesday Top Ten

Championship Weekend Thoughts – Part I

I went through all the newspapers and online sites this morning, looking for interesting article. It was a decidedly uninspiring bunch. Don't believe me? You can look at CelticsLinks.com, or BruinsLinks.com or Red Sox Links or PatriotsLinks.com and see for yourself. I do recommend checking out Chris Warner's East-West Shrine Game Review. Last year's game had Myron Pryor, … Continue reading Championship Weekend Thoughts – Part I