I think we all saw what happened last night. The Spurs defeated the Oklahoma City Thunder on a game winning shot by Tony Parker. Game over. Everybody on Oklahoma City played terribly and Scott Brooks drew up one of the worst final plays I've ever seen. Everybody just kind of stood around and waited for Kevin Durant to make his cut and then
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Is it really just a jump shot? Is that really all John Wall and Rajon Rondo are missing to have them make the next jump from good to great or maybe even great to amazing? This is what many believe. "If Rajon Rondo had a jumpshot you wouldn't be able to stop him" "What if John Wall could shoot? Can you imagine how dangerous he would be on offense?"
The Mavericks' 2011 championship team is breaking apart piece by piece. Jason Terry has agreed to terms with the Celtics on a deal worth $15.6 million over three years. The team used its mid-level exception on Terry. The Celtics reportedly still want Ray Allen to resign, but the odds of that happening can't be good now.
Although he previously stated that he wanted to be a Celtic for life, Brandon Bass has opted out of his contract and will enter free agency this offseason. His option was worth $4.25 million, which he showed during the playoffs is a little low for his production. The Celtics will probably resign him, and one would think it would take at least
If you missed the young Miami Heat fan shouting "Good job, good effort" at the Heat players as they exited the court after a game five loss to the Celtics, it's a must watch that can be found below. Skreened.com has the shirt with the condescending slogan. This might be a must buy for Celtics fans if they can close out the series. The
Congratulations to the Oklahoma City Thunder, who tied up their Western Conference Finals match-up at two a piece tonight. A special shout out to the bigs from OKC as they were able to hold off San Antonio just long enough for Kevin Durant to come along in the fourth and explode for 18 points in the closing 7 minutes. The combination though,
What did they do to me? “They” being the Miami Heat; the LeBron James/DWade…sometimes Chris Bosh, Miami Heat. What did they do to me? That’s a fair question. But this goes beyond LeBron and his ridiculous claims of winning “not 2, not 3, not”…ahhh, you know the rest. Beyond DWade’s declaration that they were
The game was far from beautiful. It featured atrocious shooting from both Boston and Philadelphia. No one player stood out as the heroic savior of a game seven...until Paul Pierce (on a questionable charging call) fouled out with just over four minutes left in the game. It was at that point, that a savior stood up in Boston. It was at
I've been sitting on my couch for the last three days with my sprained left knee double wrapped in an Ace bandage and an ice pack. In this process, I've watched more TV in the last few days than I have for the last five years. I can't wait to get up. But while I've been sitting here, I have had the opportunity to learn some new things and
The Boston Celtics are a big market team with three future hall of fame players, one of the best coaches in the NBA, a recent championship, a storied history, and great fans. Despite all of that no one seems to want to play basketball in Boston. Four years ago it took the addition of Ray Allen, and some convincing for Kevin Garnett to agree to a