Tom and Ryan discuss the Knicks, Nets and the rest of the pitiful Atlantic Division as well as other topics around the NBA. #HotSprotsTakes abound.
Basketball Twitter doesn’t like what the Celtics are doing right now, and many people have much lower opinions on Jared Sullinger than Tom and Ryan. What’s their take? Also: Tom and Ryan recap last night’s Bucks/Celtics game, giving Steezus some well-earned love, and speculate as to who might come off the bench for the Celtics when Rondo returns.
The Boston Celtics faced the Milwaukee Bucks for the third time this season and finally handled business, 108-100. All five of the Celtics’ starters were in double scoring figures (although Avery Bradley should have 100 points for his circus shot alone). The Bucks did not go quietly into that good night but were put to bed on a Sullinger step back jumper with under a minute to go in the 4th quarter. The Celtics are now 8-12 and first (!!!) in the Atlantic division so take your tank and do things with it that I can’t write on here about. Now, the recap!
As the Celtics appear to keep getting better as a team and many of their players are talking about the playoffs, here we are still looking at the future.
I love Sullinger, and I kinda like his “Kick our butts about tanking” but the fact that next year’s draft is incredibly promising can’t be just left aside.
Therefore here we take a look at a couple mock drafts from different sources. Continue reading
The Celtics took on the Milwaukee Bucks in the Bradley Center in what promised to be a clash of epic proportions – the C’s would seize the 1st position in the Atlantic if they won, the Bucks would … climb out of last place in the East. The victor proved to be Milwaukee, denying the Celtics a division lead and leaving the Knicks in their wake as the worst team in the East.
This is the front page of the Celtics site on Bleacher Report.
Take a quick look at it. Done?
Well, that is exactly why no one likes Bleacher Report. Continue reading