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About Me: Born Portland, Maine. Spent 21 years in New England. Catholic schools-Priests asked if I got the calling (to be a priest)but instead got the calling for the draft so chose(USMC). Lifelong Red Sox, Celtics, Bruins, Patriots fan. Been in the other BAY AREA past 50 years(SF) and as there is a rivalry similar to NY-Boston with SF and LA, the sports bars here in No. Cal. have fans rooting for us as if I were in Boston. Still go to New England once-twice per year to visit family---extremely partial to better seafood on East Coast & better sports fans as here they are more fair weather. Had a great run though with Joe Montana/Steve Young & 49ers and recently the SF Giants 3 World Series victories in 5 years and now the Warriors to hopefully, along with the Clippers, keep the Lakers out of the playoffs. Remember Wrigley's Spearment Gum Ad ? Double your pleasure, double your fun. I get almost as much pleasure watching Yankees lose as I do watching the Sox win and ditto for the Celtics winning & Lakers losing !!! When Sox & Celtics don't play NY & LA, I root for any team that does!

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  • Forum Post: Cavs-Celtics

    Posted 04/26/2015 03:58:40 EDT

    We knew going in that they with 3 super stars would outgun us and I felt many times we were like the troops in the "Charge of the Light Brigade" or the Warriors in the last battle of the movie, "The L more »

  • Forum Post: Cavs-Celtics

    Posted 04/26/2015 03:49:07 EDT

    It is a bit of a tribute that they had the fear of a comeback as with a 10 point leat the whole Qtr they kept Irving and LeBron in until under a minute.

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  • Forum Post: Cavs-Celtics

    Posted 04/26/2015 03:39:16 EDT

    In response to FierceBrand's comment: I just find it unusual for Celtic fans to be happy getting swept in the 1st round. Fierce...this is where you are wrong. I am not happy we lost.  It's like people more »

  • Forum Post: Cavs-Celtics

    Posted 04/26/2015 03:34:08 EDT

    Ok, let me say that I'd like to be frustrated but I'm not and I am proud of the effort of a team without a superstar, they have 3, and at times we have given them a battle. I am glad, however, it is o more »

  • Forum Post: Cavs-Celtics

    Posted 04/26/2015 03:23:35 EDT

    Guys, please keep in mind like I say to my former Military friends when we disagree on something politically, we are all Americans and Patriots, I hope, so we are all Celtic fans and winning the next more »

  • Forum Post: Cavs-Celtics

    Posted 04/26/2015 03:12:04 EDT

    In response to sycophant123's comment: None of you guys are better fans than the other ones, some of us are more optimistic, others are realistic. I agree I dog Smart too much, but it is just because more »

  • Forum Post: Cavs-Celtics

    Posted 04/26/2015 03:11:06 EDT

    Cs made a good run in 3rd qtr winning 25 to 13 but still down 9. Keep in mind Love is out. I was going to watch Red Sox but down 9-0 to Os. Our pitching sort of like our Cs, a lot of middle of the roa more »

  • Forum Post: Cavs-Celtics

    Posted 04/26/2015 02:56:13 EDT

    In response to cabutan's comment: In response to DrBoogiebone's comment: In response to FierceBrand's comment: In response to DrBoogiebone's comment: YOU ARE NO BASKETBALL PROPHET. GET OVER YOURSELF. more »

  • Forum Post: Cavs-Celtics

    Posted 04/26/2015 02:51:04 EDT

    The one real benefit other than some masochistic fans that say they are true fans while we win or lose and have no problem watching us lose, I will say that, and it has been said, that the experience more »

  • Forum Post: Cavs-Celtics

    Posted 04/26/2015 02:41:01 EDT

    In response to FierceBrand's comment: In response to DrBoogiebone's comment: YOU ARE NO BASKETBALL PROPHET. GET OVER YOURSELF. I think the experience helped. NOW GO CRY ABOUT IT ELSEWHERE. Who said an more »

  • Forum Post: Cavs-Celtics

    Posted 04/26/2015 02:33:24 EDT

    In response to DrBoogiebone's comment: In response to FierceBrand's comment: Are those Celtic fans who said they were happy with what's going on with the Celtics still happy?   Making the playoffs whe more »

  • Forum Post: Cavs-Celtics

    Posted 04/26/2015 02:31:17 EDT

    In response to FierceBrand's comment: Some of the guys that are part of the rotation might not be with the Celts next season. So making the playoffs to get playoff experience is not accurate because t more »

  • Forum Post: Cavs-Celtics

    Posted 04/26/2015 02:17:10 EDT

    Monday morning QB I know but don't many of us wish now we didn't make the playoffs so would have a better draft pick. In first couple of games in Cleveland we had 8-9 point leads and played an enterta more »

  • Forum Post: Cavs-Celtics

    Posted 04/26/2015 02:10:32 EDT

    In response to billge's comment: Thomas has been trying too much and the Cavs are too good to let him. We need a bigger stronger front line., so a guy like Thomas doesn't have to carry all that weight more »

  • Forum Post: Cavs-Celtics

    Posted 04/26/2015 01:52:48 EDT

    Living in SF bay area I hope to go to Warriors and Cavs finals( both predicted to win but I think GS will have even a harder time as competition in the west, especially from those old guys in San Anto more »

  • Forum Post: Cavs-Celtics

    Posted 04/26/2015 01:49:18 EDT

    In response to billge's comment: If I walked as much as Lebron , I would be in much better shape. The Euro step is one thing, but I think he has increased that to the Eurasian invasion level. He takes more »

  • Forum Post: LeBron Compliments

    Posted 04/26/2015 01:27:26 EDT

    I really didn't like him because he's so good and has beaten us many times but what would we have felt had he been a Celtic. On the other hand, another super star who has been a thorn in our side, Kob more »

  • Posted 04/25/2015 08:42:03 EDT

    Another awesome hitting performance...ok, I'll be glad to eat humble pie 9 th inning!

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  • Posted 04/24/2015 12:03:51 EDT

    If we can get Marc Gasol and Kevin Love we are strong contenders !!!

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  • Posted 04/23/2015 11:37:49 EDT

    On a positive note we did not need look at Joe Maddon

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  • Posted 04/23/2015 09:23:55 EDT

    In response to BogieAt12oclock's comment: Well, once the weather warms up the SOX will start hitting. Trust me. No, seriously they will. You have my word. Would I lie to you? Bank on it. But won't the more »

  • Posted 04/23/2015 08:54:36 EDT

    In response to DrBoogiebone's comment: In response to wicksandrowe's comment: Missed shots, bad shots, turnovers. Too many empty possessions is the problem. Defending and rebounding are okay but you c more »

  • Posted 04/23/2015 08:40:53 EDT

    Too bad...Clay pitching a good game but we are playing Russian Roulette as it seems a 1-2 run lead wins this game. Where in hell are our hitters...we've had 2 !!!

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  • Posted 04/23/2015 08:39:19 EDT

    UNBELIEVABLE HE CAUGHT THAT BALL !!!

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  • Posted 04/23/2015 07:46:55 EDT

    I am sharing my masochism perhaps switching between Sox & Celtics. As we know the 5-1 lead evaporated yesterday and we couldn't score again losing 7-5. Tonight, who knows. With Celtics we had 8 point more »

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