Had some time this morning, so I figured I'd put together a few links. You're probably already sick of the Tiger Woods talk, so there will be none of that in here. For media, trade deadline tough deal - Steve Bulpett explains why the trade deadline is a tough time for the media as they attempt … Continue reading Bonus Saturday Top Ten
Let's give you some linkage this evening. I'm going to weed out the Tiger Woods previews so this may not be as extensive as past editions. Your Weekend Viewing Picks has your sports viewing including college basketball and Olympic viewing guide. Let's get to the links. National USA Today's Michael Hiestand tells NBC it's time … Continue reading Some Friday Megalinks
It was a slugfest, but the Celtics fought through and held off the Los Angeles Lakers last night at the Staples Center, 87-86. Many will point out that the Lakers were playing without Kobe Bryant, but I don't hear those same people cutting the Celtics any slack when they play without KG or Pierce. Everyone … Continue reading Celtics Beat L.A.
If the Olympics can be seen as the sports world's melting pot, they're certainly one in the blogging world as well. We've got an interesting bag of blogs today and things kick off in Vancouver. Winter Olympics We'll start with the almighty buck, as The Sporting Blog has NBC flexing some muscle after the Winter … Continue reading Week Log: From Melting Pots To Potholes
There are a number of good topics out there today, as the Celtics are in Los Angeles to take on the Lakers, and will likely have a new member of their team (Nate Robinson). There is also the possibility that Danny Ainge could pull something else off before this afternoon's 3:00PM trade deadline. Also, Deion … Continue reading Celtics/Lakers, Trade Deadline, Branch Wants To Return
The Celtics once again held a double-digit lead in last night's game, only to see the young Sacramento Kings come back to take a brief lead in the fourth quarter. This time though, the Celtics had enough to hold off the Kings, who certainly didn't help themselves with 2-10 free throw shooting in the fourth quarter. … Continue reading Celtics Hold Off Kings
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 … Continue reading Celtics Go Back To The Grind
We'll lead off this morning with the news that Boston Globe Patriots beat writer Adam Kilgore will be leaving the paper to go down to Washington D.C. and take over the Nationals beat for the Washington Post. The move is said to be a personal one, rather than a professional one, as Kilgore is taking a job … Continue reading Adam Kilgore Heading Down To D.C.
Today feels a little like sitting in the middle of a busy intersection. We've got a Super Bowl just concluded, both the B's and C's on the eve of a winter interlude, and the engines turning over to start a new baseball season. And, of course, the Olympics are torching up tomorrow, which is where … Continue reading Week Log: One Flame Extinguished, Another One Lit
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 … Continue reading Yet Another Celtics Meltdown