The 2020-21 Celtics offense was rough to watch, but what do the advanced analytics say about how they stacked up compared to other NBA teams on the offensive end?
important decisions they have to make this offseason. Perhaps at the top of the list is what to do with Marcus Smart. With Smart set to be a free agent after next season, the Celtics need to decide now if he’s in their future plans. If the answer is no (whether because of fit or money), they need to explore what options are available to them on the trade market. After letting numerous players walk in free agency for nothing, Boston can’t afford to do the same with Smart.
Last night, the New York Red Bulls visited Gillette Stadium for the second time this season in a midweek matchup of one of the league’s storied rivalries. While the Revs came into the match on a run of five straight unbeaten matches (with wins in their last four straight), their recent match against NYCFC tested …
On this episode of UNLEASHED (The Celtics Podcast), Ev digs into the crazy offseason that has somehow already started. Brad Stevens sends Kemba Walker packing. In return the Celtics are bringing back a friendly face in Al Horford and potential stud Moses Brown. Ev also digs into the potential of trading away Marcus Smart and Robert Williams.
Sam and Jack are back with guest Bobby Manning of CLNS Media! The guys break down the Al Horford trade, as Bobby is an avid fan of Horford. They also discuss the 76ers monumental collapse in Round 2, ending in a Game 7 loss to the Atlanta Hawks. They also talk about potential trades that can help the Celtics this offseason, and Bobby brings up the idea of Kyle Lowry joining the C’s. Let us know your thoughts, and as always, thanks for listening to From the Rafters!
The 76ers collapsed. They simply did not look like the dominant team that was on display throughout the regular season. This can partially be attributed to the meniscus injury to Joel Embiid that limited his explosiveness and Danny Green being completely unavailable for Games 4-7. Still, Philadelphia was the favorites, and boy did they disappoint.