With a win either tonight (9:00PM ABC) or Thursday, the Celtics can clinch their 18th NBA Championship. It won't be easy however, as they will need to win in Los Angeles against a determined Lakers squad to do it. Gerry Callahan is convinced that Doc Rivers will leave the Celtics by the end of this … Continue reading Celtics Look To Close Things Out In LA
Celtics fans are pathetic for shouting 'Kobe ....." on national TV and then complaining about Tom Brady shaking hands with Kobe.Sat Jun 12 18:48:41 via mobile webMike Barnicle mikebarnicle The pathetic ones are the ones throwing objects at Kobe Bryant at the free throw line.
Kobe Bryant scored 38 points, making a number of ridiculous shots along the way, but it wasn't enough to overcome a balanced team effort from the Celtics, who beat the Lakers 92-86 in game five of the NBA Finals, to take a three games to two lead in the series. Last night's game was the … Continue reading Celtics Survive Kobe Explosion, Lead Series 3-2 (Full Links)
Jamie Moyer had the worst start of his 24-year Major League career last night, giving up nine hits and nine runs while recording just three outs in the Red Sox 12-2win over the Philadelphia Phillies at Fenway Park. Get the complete links over at RedSoxLinks.com. Red Sox 12, Phillies 2: Early show at Fenway - Eric … Continue reading Red Sox Pound Moyer, Phillies – Saturday Quick Links
For most of the first three quarters last night, game four of the NBA Finals looked like the first three games - ugly and painful to watch. There were more head-scratching calls, but by the end of the game, the officials weren't the story of this one, either to the relief or chagrin of David … Continue reading Celtics Take Game Four Sparked By Davis, Robinson (Full Links)
Welcome to Thursday, and the question everyone wants answered tonight: how many starters will show up against the Lakers in a must-win Game 4 at TD Garden? Be it bad shooting, good Lakers defense, or ridiculously zealous zebras, the C's are getting big-time play from only one of the Big Three each game, so let's … Continue reading Week Log: Firing On One Cylinder
The Celtics look to even things up in the best-of-seven NBA finals tonight in game four at the TD Garden. Here are the top stories in the Boston-area outlets this morning. What to watch for in Thursday's Game 4 - Paul Flannery has a few things to keep on eye on tonight. Celtics comeback begins with … Continue reading Celtics Look To Even Things Up, Sox Fall To Masterson
Jackie MacMullan and Bob Ryan are nodding happily this morning, after Derek Fisher was the cold assassin last night, hitting huge shots in the fourth quarter to hold off the Celtics, and boost the Lakers to a 91-84 game three victory at the Garden last night. I had heard both MacMullan and Ryan last week … Continue reading Fisher Kills Celtics In Clutch
We're in our second playoff series of being subjected to the ESPN/ABC top NBA broadcast team of Mike Breen, Jeff Van Gundy and Mark Jackson. You've seen my thoughts on them here and there - I usually like Van Gundy, don't like Breen, and Jackson isn't really a factor to me - but what do you think of … Continue reading Breen, Van Gundy and Jackson – What Do You Think?
The Celtics and Lakers are in Boston for tonight's game three (ABC, 9:00pm, CSN Pregame 7:30pm) of the NBA Finals with the series tied at a game apiece. With most of the media traveling East yesterday from Los Angeles, there actually isn't a ton of articles this morning on the series. Here are the better … Continue reading Sox Get Win In Cleveland, Celtics, Lakers Ready For Game 3