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Celtics PRIDE podcast: Starting to feel more optimistic

The guys are feeling better after a few wins by the Celtics.

Miami Heat Vs Boston Celtics At TD Garden Photo by Jim Davis/The Boston Globe via Getty Images

The Celtics Pride Team discusses the last week of Celtics Games vs. the Heat, Pelicans, Hawks and Kings, and give reason for optimism for this team as they seem to be moving in the right direction, finally. Tune in to find out when the last time the Celtics were 2 games above .500, as well as other nerdy stats and eye-test trends. Josh and Mike explain who caught their eye on the opposing teams the Celtics played, just in time for trade-season.

They also speak to the rumblings that Dennis Schroder might be on the move at the trade deadline, and bring his last 4 games in a row of under 20 minutes played as evidence to something brewing. What would this kind of addition-by-subtraction mean for the rest of the roster? Josh thinks having Richardson play more backup point guard will both be good for the team’s ball movement and allow more playing time for Aaron Nesmith and Romeo Langford.

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Hosts: Adam Motenko, Josh Motenko @coachmotenko and Mike Minkoff, @mikeminkoffnba

Email: at celticspridepodcast@gmail.com

You can find regular episodes of the CelitcsPod and Celtics PRIDE podcasts on Apple, Spotify, Stitcher, or wherever else you listen to your podcasts.

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You can find regular episodes of the CelitcsPod and Celtics PRIDE podcasts on Apple, Spotify, Stitcher, or wherever else you listen to your podcasts.

About Celtics PRIDE Podcast: Co-Hosts Adam Motenko, his identical twin brother Josh Motenko, and their friend Mike Minkoff couldn’t stop talking about the team. Now they supply your need for Boston Celtics content with their regular podcast on CelticsBlog.

They will talk nerdy to you, dissect the players on and off the court, and bicker like only opinionated New Englanders can. It’s like if CelticsBlog made a BasketballJones / Dunc’dOn lovechild.

You will get the coach’s perspective, the capologist’s view, and a healthy dose of advanced and traditional stats that breakdown everything that happened and could happen with the #1 dynasty in the NBA. If you often find yourself reminiscing about the players you grew up watching, or you just need reminders about what “being a Celtic” means to you, this is the podcast for you. This is Celtics PRIDE!