Marcus Smart Has Earned The NBA’s Respect

Boston Celtics guard Marcus Smart never had the best image. He developed a bad reputation at Oklahoma State after shoving a Texas Tech fan in 2014 and that wasn’t even the first time his aggressive behavior was detrimental to that team. When Smart entered the NBA, that image came with him. Smart joined the Celtics

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Atlantic Files

The Atlantic Files Ep. 64

The new and improved version of the Atlantic Files is here. Well, the new and improved look anyway. Finally, the fall is approaching quicker, and the season will be here soon enough. Until then, we have some rule changes, ranks, and interesting stats to talk about. Adam Silver and the owners across the league are

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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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What Do The Celtics Do With The No. 3 Pick

Every Boston Celtics fan dreamed of getting the #1 pick in the 2016 NBA Draft. When it came down to the final three at the NBA Draft Lottery, the ping pong balls fell in favor of the Philadelphia 76ers and Los Angeles Lakers dropping the Celtics to the third pick in the draft. The Celtics

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Do the Celtics have enough to win without Avery Bradley?

Health fueled the Boston Celtics all season. The injury bug bit at the worst time. Eight players played 69 games or more in 2015-2016. Six of those players averaged 10 or more points per game. Avery Bradley was one of those players. In the Celtics first postseason game against the Atlanta Hawks, Bradley pulled his

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The Boston Celtics have a history of slowing down Damian Lillard

Damian Lillard is the hottest player in the NBA not named Stephen Curry. Lillard is averaging 25.4 points, 7.0 assists and 4.3 rebounds per game over 54 games. He has scored 21 points or more in his last 11 games including a 51-point explosion against the Golden State Warriors. That game was right after All-Star

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VIDEO: Top 5 Plays of the Week 12/27-1/3

The NBA ushered in a new year with yet another exciting week of basketball, including some incredible moments from John Wall, LeBron James and Marcus Smart. This week’s top-five plays are capped off by the Chicago Bulls’ Jimmy Butler, who scored 40 points in the second half of his team’s 115-113 win over the Toronto

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Atlantic Files

PODCAST: The Atlantic Files Ep.25 – Marcus Smart, Fourth Quarters, and Jarrett Jack

From our society to yours, we’d like to first wish you all a happy Thanksgiving! So, for your listening needs while traveling, I bring the latest episode of the Atlantic Files. Here’s what we’re having for Thanksgiving dinner: Porzingis dealing with the booing Raptors giving up leads DeRozan vs Harden The Knicks bench scoring Marcus

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PODCAST: The Atlantic Files Ep.24 – Turnovers, Respect, and DeRozan

I bring to you another episode of The Atlantic Files in the midst of the fourth week of the NBA season. The Atlantic division has seen some improvement and seen some stagnation. Here’s the rundown of what’s on this week’s episode: Dion Waiters claiming to want to go to Philly Draymond Green’s tweet about Isaiah

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VIDEO: Russell Westbrook abuses rim with fierce dunk

Russell Westbrook assaulting the rim with thunderous dunks has become a routine basketball practice, and the Boston Celtics witnessed the ferocity in which Westbrook attacks the hoop with in their impressive 100-85 road win over the Thunder.  Westbrook cruised around the pick set by teammate Andre Roberson, put Isaiah Thomas on his heels as he

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