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Cousy: His Life, Career, and the Birth of Big-Time Basketball

In August of 2008 Bob Cousy turned 80. Two months later Comcast informed him that he would not be a part of any more Celtics broadcasts. Enjoy this look at Bob Cousy's early years.

Remembering Sherman Douglas

I got the idea of profiling random players from Boston's past from the stellar Washington Wizards blog, and fellow SB Nation site, Bullets Forever. I really got into the Haywoode Workman post....

Heinsohn, Don't You Ever Smile?: Book Review

As I read Heinsohn, Don’t You Ever Smile? I kept thinking, "This reminds me of something. What the hell is it?" Eventually it hit me – Instant Replay – The Green Bay Diary of Jerry Kramer. I...

Those Who Love The Game – Glenn "Doc" Rivers on Life in the NBA and Elsewhere: Book Review

I first learned about Those Who Love The Game – Glenn “Doc” Rivers on Life in the NBA and Elsewhere, in this article by Bill Reynolds. Rivers worked with Bruce Brooks and I like how they went...

Rolling Rally Pictures

These are the pictures I took. I actually had to stop because my section became a bit of a mosh pit and I felt the need to defend myself, or at the very least not have my hands raised above my head...

What Kind of Celtics Fan Are You?

Sometime after Boston avenged previous losses to the Phoenix Suns and New Orleans Hornets and definitely after the Texas Triangle sweep, I decided this Celtics team had to make it to the Finals to...

BOSTON CELTICS IN THE NBA FINALS!

Congratulations to the Boston Celtics for one of the greatest turnarounds in the history of sports. Now what? For starters someone sent me this post by Roland Lazenby 5 days ago and I didn't want...

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