For the tenth time since Christmas day, the Celtics blew a double digit lead, and lost to the New Orleans Hornets 93-85 in a game that was just painful to watch in the second half. This team is in serious need of a jolt.

Bad habits bug Celtics – Frank Dell’Apa has the depressing game story from New Orleans.

Welcome back to the Twilight Zone – Paul Flannery with a look at what’s ailing this team in the third quarter, and why we shouldn’t expect a P.J. Brown type to just be sitting out there on the scrap heap.

Are C’s forcing Danny Ainge’s hand? Chris Forsberg wonders if the Celtics are putting the pressure on their boss to make a move by their uninspired play.

Rolodex of the Mind … beginning with Rondo – Lenny Megliola lets loose with a stream of consciousness.

Boston radio station cuts feared – Jessica Heslam reports that Entercom could be making more staff cuts to WEEI and WRKO.

Turning point near for Vince Wilfork – Mike Reiss says that we’ve reached a key checkpoint of the Patriots offseason, as they can now officially put the franchise tag on Vince Wilfork if they like.

Coordinating the staff – Albert Breer expands on some thoughts by Jason Cole on the Patriots coaching situation.

Kevin Youkilis right at home in Hub – Steve Buckley with a feature on the Red Sox slugger, who now seems like a lifelong native of Boston.

Without Jason Bay, Red Sox May Have to Address Lack of Offense – Tom Caron looks at the offseason changes in the Red Sox lineup.

Buzz back in Bruins – Stephen Harris says that a couple of wins has done wonders for the Bruins confidence.

Check back a little later for Bob Ekstrom’s week log…

2 thoughts on “Yet Another Celtics Meltdown

  1. “With the interest in the recent special Senate election in Massachusetts and an incredible intensity building in the local political scene with the governor’s race and several key congressional races set for this fall, we’ve decided to give our listeners more Howie by re-playing his show overnight,” Wolfe said.

    Glad he cleared that up. For a minute I thought it might have been a financial decision.


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