Celtics Stuff Live 11/1: Sean Grande

The Celtics improve to 4-0 on the season tonight after defeating the New Orleans Hornets at home. Celtics Stuff Live was not short on topics considering how the game ended with Chris Paul and Rajon Rondo needing to be separated by Paul Pierce as they left the court. It has also been reported that Chris Paul attempted to enter the Celtics locker room after the game as well, which means that we have another budding rivalry on our hands folks.

Sean Grande joined us for the first 12 minutes of the show to kick things off before he and Max took their act to the CSN television studios following the game. Sean was an excellent guest as always and stated that he has no doubt who the best team in the NBA is right now. As we like to do here on CSL, Jon and Justin agreed. Sean made note of the KG's lateral movement being the deciding factor in these games as he is capable of defending at a high level even if only at 85-90% right now.

Callers, e-mails, and tweets made the show as we heard from Silverlock who was at the game, Greg from Cleveland (following up on the season opening loss to our beloved C's), the Scotsman (our one and only regular caller), and Michael from halfway around the world in Melbourne who had a Monday off from work and was able to catch the game on the internet. E-mails from fellow bloggers North Station Sports and Loscy echoed the themes from our callers about the improved inside game exhibited by Ray Allen, a quicker Paul Pierce with a first step that has changed his game, and Shelden Williams contributions in Glen's absence. There's more, so listen to the show!

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