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Jaylen Brown Wishes He Had Given a “Retractment” For His Comments Saying He “Wanted to Win 5 Championships by the Time I’m 28”

In a guest appearance on Adrian Wojnarowski’s podcast that aired this past Monday, Jaylen Brown was asked what he feels can “tear a team apart”. Brown’s answer? The media. In his response, Brown expressed some level of regret over one of his comments in the past. In talking about the dangers of how certain comments can be …

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A Deep Dive Into Potential Celtics Trade Targets

With just 15 days until the NBA’s trade deadline, brace yourselves for two weeks of nonstop rumors and unnamed sources. If you’re a Celtics fan, you’re probably already well accustomed to the trade hysteria, as it’s been a natural part of pretty much every season (and offseason) since acquiring all of those assets from Brooklyn. …

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Everyone Wants a Big Man, but What the Celtics Need Is a Bench Scorer

The idea that the Celtics need to make a move by the trade deadline has been something I’ve disagreed with since the start of the season.  Now, after watching the Celtics get practically embarrassed in three-straight losses (Washington, San Antonio, and sadly… Philly), I am starting to lean into the idea of making some type …

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Enes Kanter’s “Improved Defense” Is A Facade

When teammates jokingly called Enes Kanter “stop sign” after a 6 block performance against Charlotte on New Years Eve, it was funny and almost seemed like they were aware of his reputation on that end of the floor. However, that performance seems to have fueled a narrative that Kanter has not only improved on the defensive end …

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Four Positives to Take Away from the Celtics Loss to Washington

​The Boston Celtics suffered an inexcusable loss at the hands of an undermanned Washington Wizards squad last night, ending the team’s brief three-game winning streak. While wide-open misses played a big part in the loss as a whole, a game against a historically awful defensive team like the Wizards is a must-win if Boston wants …

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Making the Case; Jaylen Brown a 2020 NBA All-Star

By now, Celtics GM Danny Ainge has largely put the “doesn’t know how to draft” narrative to bed – for every James Young and Fab Melo, there’s a Jayson Tatum and Jaylen Brown. And it’s not just “Fire and Ice” – just this decade, Ainge drafted Avery Bradley in 2010, Marcus Smart in 2014, Terry Rozier in 2016, and Robert Williams in 2018, all of whom ended up in …

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Like Last Year’s Kings, the Grizzlies Aren’t Doing the Celtics Any Draft Pick Favors

While Boston’s picks obtained from the Brooklyn Nets ended up netting them Jaylen Brown and Jayson Tatum, and later helped bolster a deal for Kyrie Irving, their luck hasn’t been nearly as good so far with Sacramento and Memphis’ picks.  If the season ended today, the Sacramento Kings would be tied for the 8th worst …

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As Bumps in the Road Continue to Appear, the Celtics Are Taking Them in Stride

After taking losses in three of their last five games, Celtics fans can no longer tease the rest of the NBA community over things like being atop the league standings, or being the lone remaining one-loss team in the league. Currently, they sit at 12-4 — tied with Miami and Toronto, and 1.5 games back …

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Top 5 NBA MVP Candidates Through the First Month of the 2019-20 Season

The opening month of the 2019-20 NBA season has given us some great basketball thus far. We’ve seen teams like the Suns, Mavericks, and Heat jump out to fast starts and surprise everyone, while other teams that were projected to be serious playoff contenders have struggled mightily out of the gate, like the Trail Blazers …

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