The Atlantic Files

The Atlantic Files Episode 108: Boston Celtics staying patient

Subscribe to The Atlantic Files on Apple Podcasts || Subscribe to Basketball Society on Apple Podcasts Mike and Alex return again to talk about a couple of the Atlantic teams that they’ve neglected a little bit throughout this season so far. The Boston Celtics and New York Knicks get a little check-up, plus the guys

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A Night The Boston Celtics Have Been Patiently Waiting For

It’s been a tough start to Gordon Hayward’s career with the Boston Celtics. He suffered a fractured tibia and dislocated ankle on opening night last season and missed the rest of season. After a full year to rehab, it was clear he still wasn’t 100 percent. Hayward struggled to score in the first month and

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Kyrie Irving

Kyrie Irving on Celtics: “We’re not as good as we think we are”

The Boston Celtics are now 7-6 after a 100-94 loss to the Portland Trail Blazers on Sunday. It’s not the kind of start that many expected with Gordon Hayward and Kyrie Irving healthy, but so far the Celtics look extremely mortal and beatable. Via Adam Himmelsbach of The Boston Globe: Kyrie: “We’re not as good

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Fantasy Basketball

Daily Fantasy Basketball Lineup Recommendations (10/25)

Basketball Society will be providing Fantasy Basketball DFS recommendations for some of the lower priced players who should stand out. All of the prices are based off Draft Kings and we will be suggesting only players priced at $5500 or below. Here are some of our suggestions today:   PG: Ish Smith ($4400) Ish Smith

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Kawhi Leonard

Kawhi Leonard, Jimmy Butler, Gordon Hayward will all rest on Saturday

Three of the best players in the NBA will rest on Saturday. Toronto Raptors star Kawhi Leonard, Minnesota Timberwolves small forward Jimmy Butler, and Boston Celtics swingman Gordon Hayward will not play Saturday due to precautionary rest. Minnesota has decided to rest Jimmy Butler tonight in Dallas … second night of a back-to-back — Marc

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Gordon Hayward

Gordon Hayward scores 10 points in first game back after injury, says conditioning was good

Boston Celtics small forward Gordon Hayward played in his first professional basketball game Friday since suffering the gruesome left ankle injury last season on opening night, and things went fairly well for the 28-year-old. In 23 minutes of action, Hayward scored 10 points while shooting 2-of-7 from the field, 1-of-5 from the 3-point line, and

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The Atlantic Files

The Atlantic Files Episode 96: The Boston Celtics biggest question mark is a third string guard

Previous Year in Review Episodes: Nets | Sixers | Raptors | Knicks Subscribe to The Atlantic Files on Apple Podcasts | Subscribe to Basketball Society on Apple Podcasts The final team of the Year in Review series is finally here! Mike Bash and Alex Fischbein wrap up the Atlantic Files Year in Review with the

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2017-2018 Season Preview: Boston Celtics

The Boston Celtics went into the 2016-2017 season looking to take another step forward in their rebuild and did just that. They drafted Jaylen Brown and signed Al Horford, a big name free agent name the Celtics aren’t known for signing. From the start, Horford fit in perfectly. He gave the Celtics a veteran presence

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Atlantic Files

The Atlantic Files Ep. 62

This week on the Atlantic Files, it’s time to breakdown some of the new schedules that were released just earlier this week. Which teams have the most nationally televised games? Which Atlantic games should be the highlights of the season looking forward? Boston’s new look team will be in the forefront of the Atlantic Division,

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NBA

Ramifications of the biggest NBA offseason moves

With the NBA offseason winding down, teams are most likely set with their big roster moves heading into the 2017-2018 season. There have been some wild moves that we did not expect to happen when the offseason started. Let’s take a look at some ramifications of the biggest NBA moves this summer. Paul George to

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