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Boston the City of Champions
April 3, 2017
Which Jaylen Brown Will We See In The Playoffs?

Several weeks back I published an article where I inferred strongly that Jaylen Brown is likely to be better than Jimmy Butler. I also noted during the hype surrounding the trade deadline that Ainge would not deal Brown unless for some miraculous reason something on the table included the Cs getting either Westbrook or The…

Boston the City of Champions
March 22, 2017
Celtics Gradually Improving On Cusp of Playoff Run

Brad Stevens can coach. Media “experts” on the radio around Boston like to toss him into the “unproven” category since he has yet to win a playoff series. Fair enough, I suppose, and if the Cs exit early this May then I will join the chorus of skeptics. However, it’s quite difficult to dispute that…

Boston the City of Champions
March 16, 2017
Al Horford Can Avoid A David Price First Year

Yes, I know. “Why did it take so long?”“For a max contract we shouldn’t have to wait one minute for Al Horford to get rolling. ”“I don’t make that money and I do my job every single day. ”All of these reactions are completely understandable, but for a minute let’s separate the contract and NBA…

Boston the City of Champions
April 19, 2017
Preview: Boston vs Ottawa, Game 4

Wednesday, April 19, 7:30pm ET, First Round, Game 4, Ottawa @ Boston Need to know: Senators Erik Karlsson. Ottawa’s star defenseman has been one of the keys to the Sens current 2-1 series lead. He has played a large role in breaking down the Bruins both offensively as well as preventing some of Boston’s top…

Boston the City of Champions
April 17, 2017
PREVIEW: Ottawa @ Boston, Game 3 at 7:00 PM

The Bruins are hosting Erik Karlsson and the Ottawa Senators in Game 3 of their first round series. The Bruins surrendered a two goal lead in the third period of Game Two, and everyone’s favorite pylon Dion Phaneuf scored in OT to even the series for the Senators. The Bruins have been bit by the…

Boston the City of Champions
April 13, 2017
Bruins Edge Senators in Game 1

The Bruins secured the third seed in the Atlantic division. The Ottawa Senators had the pride and privilege of being the Bruins opponent in the first round. The Senators boasted a 4-0-0 record against the Bruins in the regular season. Boston had some injuries they had to face, and recently signed Charlie McAvoy was slated…

Boston the City of Champions
March 13, 2017
CRAZY PATRIOTS PREDICTION #1

This is the first in a series of  three crazy Patriots predictions that will either make me look like a genius, or will most likely make me look how I usually do … like a fool. The more I think about this Brandin Cooks trade, the more I smell a Falcons fan’s underwear heading into…

Boston the City of Champions
February 27, 2017
Patriots Garoppolo Dilemma

Will he stay or will he go? That’s the biggest question in Jimmy Garoppolo’s life these days. After acquitting himself well in 1.5 games this past September, there isn’t a quarterback-hungry franchise that hasn’t been associated with rumored trade for Jimmy G. A trade might be the perfect solution for Garoppolo and any team that…

Boston the City of Champions
February 23, 2017
Why Martellus Bennett Is Gone

From a football standpoint, that would be a shame. Ever since Aaron Hernandez traded infamy for celebrity the Patriots have been trying to find a partner for Rob Gronkowski in the two tight-end offense. Over the past few years they tried Michael Hoomanawanui, Zach Sudfeld, Matthew Mulligan, and Scott Chandler. All were lacking and later dumped. However,…

Boston the City of Champions
March 31, 2017
Can Red Sox fans learn to love Panda?

Pablo Sandoval needs to have a good year; no a great year, if the Fenway faithful are to ever love him. He has spent two years in Boston and has posted a slash line of .242/.290/.361. This compares to his record of .294/.346/.465 while with the Giants. Underwhelming is the best word here to describe…

Boston the City of Champions
February 28, 2017
Red Sox Fall To Cardinals In Grapefruit League Showdow

After a 7-3 loss to the Tampa Bay Rays, the Sox were back on the diamond on Monday to take on the St. Louis Cardinals. The Red Sox began the game with Brian Johnson on the hill. Johnson was not at his best in his 2.2 innings of work, allowing a two run home run…

Boston the City of Champions
January 26, 2017
Red Sox Claim Steve Selsky

On a day when the Colorado Rockies sign Greg Holland, someone on the radar for Sox fans, it is nice to see the team make a move. It was a good move at that too, as Selsky has put together some nice seasons at the minor league level, and had a pretty nice go in…