paul pierce

So anyone watching the Heat and the Nets last night caught a play in the 4th quarter with a little more than 5 mins left in the game, that made every youth basketball coach in the entire world smile! This demonstration of defensive know how was executed by Paul Pierce of the Brooklyn Nets and […]

Get ready Celtics fans because Mr. Allen is coming to Boston. If Ray Allen thought the reception he got from former teammates Kevin Garnett (on live television) and Paul Pierce was frosty, imagine what he will hear on Sunday afternoon (1/27) from over 16,000 people who feel betrayed by Allen’s defection to arch rival Miami, […]

Infamous NBA star Metta World Peace didn’t always have a peaceful demeanor. Since beginning therapy, World Peace has lived p to his name. However, he wasn’t always so damn peaceful. Before changing his name, Ron Artest was known for throwing bows, tables, ladders, and chairs. Well, maybe not the tables, ladders, and chairs, but he […]

LeBron James said he was sorry on Wednesday night (May 11th). A year to the day after a game 5 debacle against the very same Boston Celtics,  where James took tremendous criticism for allegedly quitting on the court in a 120-88 rout, he apologized to fans, family and friends he left behind in Cleveland: “The […]

After 82 hard fought games it is time for the NBA’s “second season.”  This is what fans have been waiting for ever since LeBron James stunned the basketball world by announcing he would be taking his talents to South Beach. While the team he left behind (Cleveland Cavaliers) went on to win 42 fewer games without […]

The most stunning development in one of the best NBA seasons in recent memory has been the trade that jettisoned former Celtics center Kendrick Perkins, along with guard Nate Robinson, to Oklahoma City right before the trade deadline for Nenad Krstic and Jeff Green. This move left many people scratching their heads because a year […]

The 2011 NBA trade deadline has come and gone and like every year we go down to the 11th hour before all the deals are done. The Carmelo Anthony move to The Knicks stole the early week headlines but there was plenty of movement going on by Thursday. The theme of this year’s deadline I […]

The NBA All-Star Game reserves were unveiled last Thursday (Feb. 3rd) on TNT. With all the talent in the NBA and only seven reserve spots to fill by head coaches of the Eastern and Western conference there will be some players that are deserving that will be left off the team. However this year there […]

The world is coming to an end. The vaunted Miami Heat, all but guaranteed a spot in the 2010 NBA Finals by many before playing a single game, have come out of the gate 9-8 after 17 games. While it is still early in the season, another twenty games of mediocrity will most certainly drive […]

Paul Pierce continued his march towards the Hall Of Fame After a tight battle for 48 minutes, the Celtics came alive in overtime and Paul Pierce (28 points) eclipsed 20,000 career points, joining Larry Bird and John Havlicek as the only Celtics to hit that mark. His eight free throws over the final 1:09 of […]

In the most highly anticipated season opener in NBA history (over 400 media credentials were distributed), the defending Eastern Conference champion Boston Celtics beat the Miami Heat 88-80. It was a playoff atmosphere in Boston for the match-up of Big 3’s past and present and the Celtics faithful watched the home team pick up right […]