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  • Comment on: 'McCourts give fans reasons to have Dodger blues'

    Posted 06/30/2011 10:19:52 EDT

    Well, we've paid our penance: Buddy LaRoux & Friends at the Red Sox; John Y. Brown and, later, Paul Gaston at the Celtics, Victor Kyam and James Busch Orthwein at the Pats, and Jeremy heretofore "The more »

  • Comment on: Levine resigning as Boston Symphony Orchestra music director - Culture Desk - An Entertainment and cultural blog by The Boston Globe

    Posted 03/02/2011 04:18:07 EST

    I'd put money on Robert Spano. Has an existing good relationship with BSO, is young, respected, American. more »

  • Comment on: No.%206

    Posted 02/13/2011 07:06:35 EST

    Statue nothing. The Garden should be named after him, permanently. more »

  • Comment on: The%20rest%20of%20baseball%20waits%20on%20Cliff%20Lee%20

    Posted 12/13/2010 07:42:47 EST

    How about Matsuzaka, one of our two center fielders, and our no-longer-needed first base prospect for Greinke? more »

  • Comment on: 'Credit can be passed around'

    Posted 10/27/2010 02:44:07 EDT

    As Tommy has said, the problem with free throws is not always lack of practice, but the size of your hands relative to the ball. Notice how Shaq has to shoot them with the ball on his fingertips -- hi more »

  • Comment on: 'They’

    Posted 10/07/2010 08:57:12 EDT

    Some thouhts from sitting courtside: The only thing prettier than watching Ray Allen spot up and hit a three-pointer right in front of you, is watching rebounders fire outlet passes up the court. Erde more »

  • Comment on: 'Fouls are fair game'

    Posted 10/06/2010 03:47:32 EDT

    As Tommy has pointed out, the reason big men have difficulty with free throws is that their hands are too big (Experiment: Try shooting 10 free throws with a basketball, then try 10 with a softball). more »

  • Comment on: 'The point of it all for Rondo is to be the best'

    Posted 10/06/2010 03:32:09 EDT

    Silly argument. I don't think the teams that have Rose, Paul, Williams, Harris, Collison, Westbrook, Nashe, etc. would trade their guy straight up for Rondo. But I don't think the Celts would trade Ro more »

  • Comment on: 'Celtics hope West may be going in a new direction'

    Posted 09/28/2010 09:48:12 EDT

    Remember that four years ago, the argument was: Was Delonte or Rondo the Celtics' point guard of the future. Danny chose Rondo, and he wasn't wrong. But Delonte did show he could play, and wasn't a pu more »

  • Comment on: '‘

    Posted 05/14/2010 09:43:23 EDT

    The classiest thing to do would be to derail the media express right away and re-up with the Cavs. They've got the money, the fan base, and an owner who cares. What would drive me crazy if he went to more »

  • Comment on: 'Rivers flows with confidence'

    Posted 03/17/2010 09:47:29 EDT

    I go way back (the Russell era), and Doc is the best coach we've had in a long time. He's not a screamer and never will be. He's calm, realistic, level headed, and really smart. Would you rather have more »

  • Comment on: 'Report: James files paperwork for number change'

    Posted 03/02/2010 09:45:11 EST

    He's just handed the Celts their next promotion. Next time the Cavs come to Boston, every fan receives a Celtics No. 6 t-shirt, and during the pre-game shoot around, all the Celtics wear Bill Russell more »

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