2013 NBA Finals: San Antonio Spurs now ‘America’s Team’ as They Attempt to Defeat the Detested Miami Heat

Spruce Derden-USA TODAY Sports

“America’s Team” lies in the state of Texas. No, not the Dallas Cowboys, (America’s former team) who have not had a winning record since 2009 and have mustered just one playoff win since 1996. The title of “America’s Team” now […]

The 2012-13 Los Angeles Lakers Are the Biggest Busts In NBA History

Dwight Howard

After acquiring guard Steve Nash and center Dwight Howard in the offseason, the Los Angeles Lakers were proclaimed the best team in the NBA. Some compared their team to an Olympic roster as their starting lineup featured four potential Hall […]

Avery Bradley Deserves to Win Defensive Player of the Year Award

Avery Bradley

Despite being sidelined for the first 30 games of the season, Boston Celtics guard Avery Bradley deserves the nod for defensive player of the year. Critics will assert that Bradley, who underwent off-season shoulder surgery and was unable to suit […]

Doc Rivers Makes Right Choice in Resting Jason Terry in Win Over Orlando Magic

Jason Terry and Doc Rivers

Boston Celtics head coach Doc Rivers has been resting up his starters in preparation for their playoff run. Since the 2009-2010 season, Rivers has employed the strategy of health over late season wins. The Boston Celtics have rested center Kevin Garnett […]

Rick Pitino Failed Miserably in Boston But He Did Do One Great Thing For the Franchise

Paul Pierce

Rick Pitino celebrated his second National Championship Title win last night, becoming the first coach ever to win the NCAA Championship with two different schools. Pitino has cemented his status as one of the best college coaches ever with his […]

Boston Celtics’ New-Look Starting Lineup Shines In Win Vs. Washington Wizards

Celtics New Starting Lineup

With nagging injuries to guard Courtney Lee and All-Star forwards Paul Pierce and Kevin Garnett, Jeff Green has been forced to play just about every position for the Boston Celtics over the past month. Green, who missed the entire 2011-12 […]

5 Reasons Why the Current Miami Heat Are Not Better Than the 1972 Los Angeles Lakers

Miami Heat

Boston Celtics Lay A Dud Against the Charlotte Bobcats in the Absence of Paul Pierce

Gerald Henderson

Boston Celtics captain Paul Pierce deserved a night off. After all, he has been playing the entire season with a pinched nerve in his neck. Factor in that he has carried the team on his back with his stellar all-around […]

Boston Celtics Still the Biggest Threat to Miami Heat in Eastern Conference

Paul Pierce

At the end of the last practice before the Boston Celtics season tipped off, head coach Doc Rivers spearheaded a “Beat The Heat” chant. Rivers urged his team to want to hate the Miami Heat, the defending champions and the […]

NBA Trade Rumors: Atlanta Hawks Need to Deal Josh Smith

Josh Smith

The Atlanta Hawks must find a way to trade away Josh Smith before the trade deadline passes on Thursday. The Hawks have been stuck in a dangerous place to be in the NBA—good but not good enough to compete for […]

NBA Trade Rumors: Chris Paul Wants Kevin Garnett on the Clippers

Kevin Garnett

Kevin Garnett remains adamant that he will not waive his no-trade clause under any circumstance. Garnett has stated several times in the past week that he “bleeds green and dies green” and therefore wants to retire with the Boston Celtics. […]

Upcoming West Coast Road Trip Will Be True Test to Injury-Plagued Boston Celtics Squad

Boston Celtics

Despite losing Rajon Rondo, Jared Sullinger and Leandro Barbosa to season ending injuries in a span of just 15 days, the shorthanded Boston Celtics were able to win eight of their final contests heading into the All Star Break. The […]