VIDEO: Getting the Nets’ draft pick was vital for the Cavaliers in the Kyrie Irving trade

In what may turn out to be the biggest shock of this wild offseason, the Cleveland Cavaliers catered to Kyrie Irving’s mid-summer trade whims, shipping him out of The Land to the Boston Celtics in exchange for Isaiah Thomas, Jae Crowder, Ante Zizic and the Brooklyn Nets’ 2018 first round pick.  While Cleveland may now

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Atlantic Files

The Atlantic Files Ep. 63

An emergency pod is here! Kyrie Irving has officially been dealt to the Boston Celtics and we have to talk about it. We really don’t get to see two star players swap teams every day. Sure we’ve seen our fair share leave in free agency, but man, this is something else. Isaiah Thomas, Jae Crowder,

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Jae Crowder

Jae Crowder has every right to be angered by Celtics fans

Before facing the Utah Jazz last night, the fans of the Boston Celtics were cheering for opposing player, Gordon Hayward. There have been previous rumors of Hayward signing with Boston especially with the connection to Celtics coach, Brad Stevens. As the cheers reigned in, Jae Crowder took exception. Although he used it as motivation to

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VIDEO: Celtics use Rock-Paper-Scissors-Shoot to decide technical FT shooter

The Boston Celtics battled the Miami Heat last night at the American Airlines Arena. Justise Winslow committed a technical foul in the fourth quarter, giving the Celtics one-foul shot. Normally the designated free-throw shooter is Isaiah Thomas, but he got ejected earlier in the game. Without Thomas, it came down to Avery Bradley and Jae Crowder.

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All-NBA Underpaid Team

*Cap rank/hit What an offseason to be an NBA free agent. The cap spiked $20 million and $1.8 billion was spent on the first day of free agency. Bench players signed contracts north of $60 million and stars signed north of $130 million. Next offseason’s contracts will be even crazier when the cap jumps another

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2015-2016 NBA Regular Season Player Rankings: Small Forward

All statistics per ESPN.com 10.) Tobias Harris, Detroit Pistons Tobias Harris and Scott Skiles didn’t work out at all. They didn’t get along in Milwaukee, and his production decreased with him in Orlando. The trade to the Detroit Pistons was a God send. He averaged 16.6 points per game in his 27 games on the

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Atlantic Files

PODCAST: The Atlantic Files Ep.37 – Rambis and Scola 2016

A late in the week edition of The Atlantic Files is here! We’re talking presidential candidates and all the politics that you can handle… Yeah, just kidding, this is basketball, we don’t need to hear about the Trumps and Clintons right now. So, instead we’ll talk playoffs, and more about the Atlantic Division. Here’s what’s

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John Wall, Jae Crowder

Jae Crowder says Randy Wittman cursed at him

According to Todd Dybas of the Washington Post, Jae Crowder of the Boston Celtics said that Washington Wizards coach Randy Wittman was swearing at him and calling him soft during their game on Saturday night. Crowder also told reporters that a coach has never talked to him like that before.  Crowder and the Celtics still had

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Jae Crowder and Avery Bradley

Wake up, Boston

The Boston Celtics have been playing their worst basketball of the 2015-2016 NBA season since New Years Eve. Before this downfall, the Celtics won a season-high four straight games while rising up the Eastern Conference standings. They have since lost five of their last six games and place 9th in the East. The East is

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Making the Leap: Jae Crowder, Season 1 Vol. 3

For previous “Making the Leap” posts click below: Kyle Anderson Jordan Clarkson Trades are always happening in the NBA and sometimes it affects more players than others, bad or good. In the third post of “Making the Leap” I talk about a player involved in the Rajon Rondo deal back in December.  Jae Crowder was

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