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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Jaylen Brown

The ascension of Jaylen Brown has given the Celtics a new ceiling

The storyline of the Celtics not having their star players in the playoffs has slowly faded because of their postseason success. Boston is still undefeated at home in these playoffs after taking a 2-0 series lead against the Cleveland Cavaliers in the Eastern Conference Finals on Tuesday night. Boston has excelled in the qualities a

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The Atlantic Files

The Atlantic Files Episode 85

The Conference Finals of the NBA Playoffs are both two games in and they’re a little of what we expected mixed with something we did not expect. On the latest episode of the Atlantic Files, Alex takes a deeper look into the Boston Celtics and Cleveland Cavaliers series. Multiple guys on the Celtics are making

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Cleveland Cavaliers

After two big punches, how will the Cavs respond to the Celtics holding serve at home?

The only people that legitimately thought the Boston Celtics would be up 2-0 against the three-time defending Eastern Conference champion Cleveland Cavaliers were the members of the Celtics organization. After going down by as many as 11 points in the first half, the Celtics held the Cavs to 39 second-half points en route to a

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Al Horford

Al Horford is the Star No One Is Talking About

Because his game does not pop off of the screen, Al Horford has been underrated for the majority of his career. Some Boston fans were upset when Danny Ainge inked the five-time All-Star to a massive four-year $113 million deal to anchor the post position in the Garden. For anyone who needed validation of his talents

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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. 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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Way Too Early Rookie of the Year Candidates

The 2016 NBA rookie class is just as unpredictable as the rest. Some shined at the 2016 NBA Summer League while others didn’t. Many join teams with solidified starting lineups while others have to fight for minutes. Nothing comes easy for rookies. The ones who work the hardest will survive in the NBA while most

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VIDEO: Jaylen Brown Flashes Freakish Athleticism

Jaylen Brown entered the NBA with freakish athletic abilities. He put them on display last night. Just ask Dallas Mavericks center Satnam Singn. Demetrius Jackson started it with a sneaky no-look pass. Brown was left wide open down low as Singn went for the block. He was too late and Brown rocked the rim. The announcer

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Jaylen Brown has the skill set to succeed in Boston

The Boston Celtics made a bold move at the 2016 NBA Draft selecting University of California forward Jaylen Brown with the no.3 pick. The organization wanted a blockbuster, but the price was too high. Many expected the Celtics to select either Jamal Murray, Buddy Hield or Kris Dunn, but Brown filled a bigger need on the wing.

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