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Celtics sign former number 14 pick!

 The Celtics have signed former number 14 pick Denzel Valentine! A career 36 percent three point shooter. He's being brought in for camp to fight for a possible roster spot. A tough nosed defender from what I remember at MSU! He's played with the Bulls, Cavs, and Knicks! Could the Celtics possibly strike gold with him being a wing to help give JT and JB a rest?! We will see! 
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No! No! No!

 KD to me is just an unhappy malcontent, heck of a player and scorer but I want nothing to do with him! He is not Kevin Garnett, or for that matter Ray Allen coming to team with Paul Pierce. That Celtics team was trash the year before. This Celtics team was two wins away from Banner 18, and if ownership had a belief in them they would have cleaned up the bench and spent money and this team could have won it all.  KD had a great career in OKC, yet some how he wanted out. A franchise who prob would have given him whatever he wanted. Yet like the big baby diva he is he signed with the Golden State Warriors. He had some very impressive years with the Warriors yet at the end of the road once again Mr Diva came out and he left. On to the Nets where now it seems the Diva is unhappy and yet again wants out. Are we seeing a pattern here?!  If I'm the Celtics I'm not even picking up the phone if it's Brooklyn on the other end! He will come here and ruin what has been built. Ride JT a

Malcolm Brogdon addition boosts Celtics to #1 in Eastern Power Rankings

  NBA/com's Power Rankings are out and (no surprise) the Boston Celtics take the number-1 spot in the East - with the Milwaukee Bucks at number-2 and the Philadelphia 76'ers at number-3. Boston's strong finish to the 2021-22 season seems poised to continue into the upcoming campaign, but NBA.com's John Schuhmann projects the addition of Malcolm Brogdon as a major reason for The Green to be optimistic: It’s possible that Brown’s ball-handling doesn’t get much better, but (Malcolm) Brogdon obviously takes some of the playmaking burden off the shoulders of the young stars while fitting into Boston’s drive-and-kick offense. He averaged almost six more drives per game ( 18.3 ) than  anybody on the Celtics  and had  the lowest turnover rate on drives  (4.2 per 100) among 42 players who averaged at least 10 per contest. (Derrick White had the third lowest rate.) The Celtics’ clutch offense issues were seemingly more about approach than just makes and misses, but Brogdon has

Are you kidding me?

 When today's NBA players crap on the greats of the past, it's infuriating! Unfortunately for them they didn't get paid as heavily as today's players. So if they needed another job then kudos to them for busting their behinds. Bill Russell played in a hard core basketball era. When basketball was a man's game and you know what he did, he dominated! You would think these other teams would learn to game plan against him and the Celtics. Yet the Celtics and Bill came out on top! In 21 must win situations he won! His teams always won in the clutch.  In Russell's time of basketball they played basketball in it's purest form. No threes, and definitely no flopping! How many of today's NBA players and greats have flopped like a dead seal! I'm not naming names but you all know who I'm referring to! You could take those Russell led Celtics teams put them in today's league and guess what they still would win! Bill would dominate today's low post pla

Former Lottery Pick Coming to Training Camp

 Celtics have invited former Lottery pick Noah Vonleh to training camp with an opportunity at being on the roster. If you remember he was a high prospect drafted by the Hornets. He's from Salem Ma, so let's see if he has anything left to prove. 

Training Camp Invite

  Former 2014 first round pick has been invited to Celtics training camp. Could he have something left to offer? Let's see! He showed promise with the Jazz this summer league.   

Bill Russell the greatest winner ever has passed away.

   The one and only Bill Russell has passed away at the age of 88 in his sleep peacefully. A truly amazing person off the court and beyond compare on it. In a year that has been full of loss for me personally my mom, cousin, and baby niece. The tears are flowing for Mr Russell as I type. I never saw Bill play but I've seen and watched everything you can on this amazing human being.     On the court he was damn near unbeatable, winning 11 rings in the NBA, and 5 MVPs. He was a champion in college and the Olympics. As a player he was a defensive menace, and if he wanted to he probably could have scored like Wilt but he chose to do everything else. The consummate winner and team player. A heck of a coach as well.     Off the floor he fought for what was right, seeking equal rights for all. An inspiration to everyone to be better to our fellow man. A person that should be remembered for that being an amazing person. Seems over these past few years so many Celtic greats have made there