Posts tagged "Boston Celtics"

NBA "Where are they now?": Point guard edition

NBA "Where are they now?": Point guard edition
No one lasts forever in professional sports. No matter how bright the spotlight – at some point in time – it wall inevitably dim, and ultimately turn off. For many sports stars, the exit from spotlight may be remembered more than the time spent in front. For others, they casually fade from it with grace... Read more »

Derrick Rose positions himself for playoffs with "cheap shots" comment

Derrick Rose positions himself for playoffs with "cheap shots" comment
Derrick Rose is getting ready for the playoffs. In his first three season’s for the Chicago Bulls, he’s made the playoffs all three times. The Bulls failed to make it past the first round in his first two seasons, until last year when they reached the Eastern Conference Finals. Each battle different, more historic and... Read more »

My case for cutting "The White Mamba" Brian Scalabrine

My case for cutting "The White Mamba" Brian Scalabrine
The Chicago Bulls should cut Brian Scalabrine. I can hear the fans both in Boston and Chicago complaining now. My reason’s are simple, however Scalabrine’s contributions to the Chicago Bulls are far more complex. Brian “White Mamba” Scalabrine has gained great followings and cheers for his hard work approach – given his less than applicable... Read more »
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NBA amnesty, trades, and vetoes: Day 1

NBA amnesty, trades, and vetoes: Day 1
Back To Where We Started The first day of NBA free agency proved to be more controversial than the entire summer of 2010, when LeBron took his talents to South Beach, upsetting an entire community and sparking the biggest debate of last year. Will the Heat win it all with a Hall of Fame core... Read more »

Carlos Boozer: I got my eye on you

Carlos Boozer: I got my eye on you
Carlos Boozer is the key to the Bulls making the NBA Finals. I understand your immediate frustrations, but please allow me to explain. Boozer never had the time in the¬†beginning to mesh with the Bulls and get used to the style of play in which new head coach Tom Thibideau wanted his youthful team to... Read more »

4 REALLY BOLD Chicago Sports Predictions

4 REALLY BOLD Chicago Sports Predictions
  I am neither sports¬†genius, nor predictor nor prophet. However, if my gut was as big literally as it is figuratively I would look pregnant. Have you ever just had that that feeling? Typically it’s right before something good or bad happens, you know- the one’s that usually end with, “I was seriously about to... Read more »
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