It feels like the Celtics were playing competitive games just yesterday… well, maybe not YESTERDAY, but their last game of last season was Sunday, September 27.
For perspective, that was Week 3 of the NFL season. The NFL season is about to enter Week 15.
Yeah, not too long ago… yet some things have changed.
Who’s on the team? Can they expect to get back to the Eastern Conference Finals (or further)? What does a full season during a pandemic look like?
Lots of questions, but I’ll address those – and my expectations as a fan – below.
Continue reading “2020-2021 Boston Celtics Season Preview”
Over 5 years ago Bleacher Report released an article listing their predictions for who they believed the top 20 players would be in 2020.
There were some good guesses. For example, Giannis was put 11th, which is off of where he is today (top 3 at minimum), but the fact he was in the top 20 at all was good foresight.
Anthony Davis was number 1. KD was 4. Steph Curry and James Harden were in the top 10.
Then there some big misses.
Continue reading “NBA 2025: Predicting the Top 10 Players in the NBA 5 years from now”
The Celtics season is over.
A season which officially kicked off when training camp began on October 1, 2019 has found its end, some 362 days later.
Continue reading “Thoughts on the Boston Celtics…”
We knew it was coming, and today it was made official: Giannis Antetokounmpo is the MVP of the 2019-2020 NBA season.
Continue reading “Giannis: Back-to-Back MVPs”
Yesterday the NBA announced their yearly All-NBA teams. We saw some familiar names such as LeBron James and Kawhi Leonard, but we also saw four players make an All-NBA team for the first time: Luka Doncic, Pascal Siakam, Jayson Tatum and Ben Simmons.
Continue reading “Doncic and Tatum join NBA Royalty”