Today is when the Celtics/Nets trade that sends Paul Pierce and Kevin Garnett to Brooklyn can be completed. In anticipation, the Celtics placed the following full-page ad in the Boston Globe today: It's impossible to find the words to express what those two (along with Ray Allen, Doc Rivers and others) did to this franchise … Continue reading Thanks For Everything, Paul and KG
Alfonzo Dennard doesn't seem to have gotten the message. It may just cost him his job. The Patriots cornerback was arrested last night around 2:00am in Lincoln NE, on suspicion of DUI. Even if he was not drunk, he showed incredible lack of judgement just by being out on the town at 2:00am in a … Continue reading Another Patriots Problem, Sox Win Again
Following some of the varied and predictable reactions from Bob Kraft's statement yesterday, here is a post from long time BSMW member "02062" from the board last night. I think it deserves a wider audience. ********* Just imagine if Kraft had hired private eyes to tail someone or start making inquiries about a media darling/quote … Continue reading Piling On The Hypocrisy
Philadelphia 4, Boston 1 **My apologies for the delay in the finale of these posts. Bruins coverage took up the majority of time, but here is a look at games 3-5 of the 1980 Eastern Conference Finals in Larry Bird's rookie season. The Celtics entered the Philadelphia Spectrum with one goal: capture at least one … Continue reading Bird’s Rookie Year — ECF vs. the 76ers
It worked, Eric. By calling this site out, you're getting the attention you so pathetically crave. OK, lets go over your column from Wednesday and see what we can take from it. Still waiting. Silence from Patriot Place. This is the REAL crime that has been committed here. Oh, yes, the New England Patriots have … Continue reading Is Boston.com Ever Going To Address The Eric Wilbur Embarrassment?
The Patriots must seek another pass-catcher after a certain Tight End Who Shan’t Be Named got released due to alleged “troubles.” Troubles. Suddenly we’re speaking about Foxboro the same way we described Belfast in 1982. In any case, our look at the ten players best suited to pick up the suddenly significant slack at tight … Continue reading Top Ten Potential Replacements For What’s-His-Face
A few weeks ago when Wes Welker made the statement that he could be himself more in Denver, plenty of media took the opportunity to take the shot at how much the Patriots "control" their players and don't let them be themselves. Aaron Hernandez is arrested on one murder charge and investigated on two others, … Continue reading Narrative Changes, Red Sox Pleas, and Online Radio