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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Atlantic Files

The Atlantic Files Ep. 59

Episode 59 of The Atlantic Files is here, and that means the last episode of the “Year in Review” series is upon us. Joining me to talk some Boston Celtics is none other than our local Celtics Expert, Alec Walt(@AlecWalt). We go through the Celtics starting lineup for this past season and dissect the kind

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Where do the Utah Jazz go from here?

The Utah Jazz had their fair share of ups and downs this offseason. After getting swept by the eventual champion Golden State Warriors, they have experienced two players leave due to free agency, most notably, Gordon Hayward. The other was George Hill, who signed a three-year contract with the Sacramento Kings. With these two big names

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How to assemble a Boston Celtics super team

The Boston Celtics finished the 2017 NBA regular season as the No. 1 seed in the Eastern Conference, but lost to the Cleveland Cavaliers in the Conference Finals. The Cavaliers breezed to the NBA Finals, but the Celtics’ one win in Cleveland proved Brad Stevens’ system can compete with the NBA’s elite with the right

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Fonzy’s Top 10 2017 NBA Free Agents: Small Forwards

So far, we have looked at my top point and shooting guards heading into the 2017 NBA Offseason. Up next, I’ll be looking at the top 2017 free agent small forwards. The small forwards class has a combination of star power, solid starters, and decent role players. This also is one of the deeper classes

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Utah Jazz

Joe Johnson, Jazz Offense Do Just Enough To Draw Clippers Series Even at 2-2

Rudy Gobert returns, but it’s Joe Johnson who once again leads way for the Utah Jazz, who outlast the Los Angeles Clippers 105-98 to tie first round series at 2-2. Basketball has often been compared to dancing; a lot of movements coming together at just the right time to form something beautiful. That’s a fair

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NBA Playoffs, James Harden, Steph Curry, LeBron James, Russell Westbrook

Fisch’s Friday Rant: NBA Playoffs are back!

The NBA Playoffs are finally back! First round upsets and disappointments are right around the corner, and all of us here at Basketball Society are more than excited to bring you with us every step of the way. Just a warning, we’re not going to be too sympathetic if your team loses earlier than you

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