What Will Jeff Teague Bring To Boston?

By Matt Esposito That’s “Former one-time All-Star” Jeff Teague, to you. Okay, Teague isn’t the player he once was when suiting up for those great Atlanta Hawks teams. You know, the team that was led by Mike Budenholzer and rostered dudes like Kyle Korver, Al Horford, Paul Millsap and even a young Dennis Schröder. InContinue reading “What Will Jeff Teague Bring To Boston?”

What Will Tristan Thompson Bring To Boston?

By Matt Esposito Kim Kardashian. Boston now has the gaze of Kim Kardashian. That’s the answer to this article’s question. No need to write any further. Celtics fan are used to having a member of the Kardashian family tree in town and yes, that is a throwback reference to Kris Humphries. Enough Tom Foolery, timeContinue reading “What Will Tristan Thompson Bring To Boston?”

The Atlantic Division Coaching Circle

By Zach Wilson Do you know that group of dads that convenes in the middle of the court once or twice a week? Crack open a couple cold ones, talk about their kids’ sports teams, but ultimately, they all have one goal in mind: take an hour’s leave from the hectic demands of their familiesContinue reading “The Atlantic Division Coaching Circle”

Three Players From The EuroLeague The Celtics Could Sign

(Image: News 4 San Antonio) By Matt Esposito Well, in theory any team could sign these players. Perhaps I’m projecting some positive energy upon my beloved Celtics. Or maybe I’m catering to a specific fan base in a strategic attempt to grow my journalistic profile. Getting paid to watch basketball then write my thoughts onContinue reading “Three Players From The EuroLeague The Celtics Could Sign”

Game Four Review: There’s A Silver Lining For The Boston Celtics

By Matt Esposito I’m not an overly optimistic guy. Not entirely pessimistic, either. Color me properly “mistic.” Even keel, down the middle. After sifting through the film from Game Four of the Eastern Conference Finals, however, I am feeling uncharacteristically opportunistic for the Celtics upcoming Friday night contest. Will Boston commit 19 turnovers again andContinue reading “Game Four Review: There’s A Silver Lining For The Boston Celtics”

Game Three Focus: How Brad Stevens’ Exploited A Miami Weakness

By Matt Esposito After the Boston Celtics Game Two implosion, you did not have to search far to find shamrock fans sharpening their pitchforks. The mob was out for coach Brad Stevens, mostly for his failure to call a third quarter timeout and some personnel decisions. My own analysis found the players guilty of notContinue reading “Game Three Focus: How Brad Stevens’ Exploited A Miami Weakness”

Quick Defensive Fixes For Boston To Win Game Two

By Matt Esposito One time, just to stay abreast of GOP dogma, I hate-read conservative author George Will’s 600+ page tome on the state of American government. It cost me 9 days, some fine bourbon and part of my hairline. I’d rather do that again than watch Boston stumble their way into blowing 4th quarterContinue reading “Quick Defensive Fixes For Boston To Win Game Two”

The Celtics Must Prepare For These Specific Miami Sets

By Matt Esposito Despite being a renowned, beachfront metropolis brimming with beautiful shades of life, there are Miami-related topics still being under discussed. Will Floridian opportunity zones increase income inequality under the guise of gainful employment for impoverished citizens? Did Will Smith really “party in the city til the break of dawn?” How is CoachContinue reading “The Celtics Must Prepare For These Specific Miami Sets”

Game Five Focus: The Celtics Attacked Marc Gasol & Can Punish Him More

By Matt Esposito Toronto has a Marc Gasol problem. Yes, it is a journalistic faux pas to begin an article by stealing the title from an old blog. Yes, I had to google how to spell faux pas and it took me longer than I’d like to admit. Nevertheless, none of this takes away fromContinue reading “Game Five Focus: The Celtics Attacked Marc Gasol & Can Punish Him More”

Win-Now Talents The Celtics Could Trade Their Draft Picks For

By Jesse Cinquini Wanna know three certainties in life? Death, taxes, and the Boston Celtics owning multiple first rounders. As of right now, Boston is in possession of three first-round picks in the upcoming draft: the 14th, 26th, and 30th. But the Celtics don’t need three new rookies; there’s simply not enough minutes to goContinue reading “Win-Now Talents The Celtics Could Trade Their Draft Picks For”