The long All Star Weekend is past, and the Celtics look to get back to work as they kick off the unofficial second half of the season with their traditional February West coast swing. With the trade deadline coming up on Thursday, talk continues that the Celtics are trying to make a move to position themselves for making a run at another championship.

What to look for as NBA trade week unfolds – Paul Flannery with a look at the possibilities for this week.

Cavaliers trade rumors increase pressure on Celtics to deal – Robert Lee with a look at whether rumors that the Cavaliers are close to acquiring Amar’e Stoudemire impacts the Celtics thinking in trades.

Celtics point and shoot – Mark Murphy says that the news of the impending Cavs deal does not alter the Celtics thinking.

Celtics better have better half – Gary Washburn has the Celtics focused on an improved second half to the season, no matter what their roster looks like at the end of the week.

Top 10 Red Sox Players With Most at Stake in Spring Training – Michael Hurley runs down a number of players with something to prove over the next couple of months.

Boston’s trek to playoff baseball starts this week – Joe McDonald with a position-by-position look at how the Red Sox should perform in 2010.

Patriots Must Relearn to Perfect Art of Play-Calling – Jeff Howe looks at how Bill O’Brien and the Patriots offensive coaches need to improve on their play calling for 2010.

Questions linger for Brandon Tate – Mike Reiss with a look at the second year receiver, who could be a diamond in the rough for the Patriots.

A good draft for Pats to get defensive – Christopher Price talks to a couple of NFL draft analysts about what the Patriots might be able to get in the upcoming draft.

Thomas happy to be wearing USA sweater – Mick Colageo has Bruins goalie Tim Thomas just happy to be along for the ride with Team USA.


2 thoughts on “Celtics Go Back To The Grind

  1. I don’t know. Spring training is one of the least interesting subjects I can possibly think of. Especially in the midst of Bruins and Celtics season. Well, thanks to the Olympics, maybe not the Bruins. And if the C’s continue to struggle… sigh.


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