Category Archives: Atlantic Division

Changes for the Philadelphia 76ers

A season that was met with high praise and championship aspirations had turned into a big disappointment for the Philadelphia 76ers. After getting swept in the first round of the Eastern Conference playoffs by the Boston Celtics, there is turmoil in the city of brotherly

How Vince Carter put Toronto…and Canadian Basketball on the Map

“He made the Raptors a viable NBA team.” After 22 illustrious seasons, Vince Carter has officially announced his retirement from the NBA. The 43-year-old SG/SF announced that he is “officially done playing basketball professionally” on Thursday on his Podcast “Winging It With Vince Carter” The Beginning Carter spent

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2020 NBA Awards: Boston Celtics Edition

With the 2020 NBA season most likely concluded due to the COVID-19 outbreak, it is time to accept it and celebrate the basketball greatness we have witnessed this past year. With the league-wide 2020 NBA Awards already announced, it is time to give out awards

Could Marcus Smart be the Problem in Boston?

The Boston Celtics started to figure things out in late January, and continued to storm the league through February. More specifically, from January 20th through February 26th,  the Celtics won 14 of 17 games. In this time, Jayson Tatum soared into stardom, scoring 29 points

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Boston Celtics: Rotation Players by the Numbers

Sitting in third place in the Eastern Conference standings with a record of 42-20 is the Boston Celtics. Between Jayson Tatum‘s emergence as a superstar, Kemba Walker‘s team-first approach, Jaylen Brown‘s athleticism, and Marcus Smart‘s defense, they have put themselves on the shortlist of teams

Top Five Kevin Garnett Celtics Moments

On February 13, 2020, The Boston Celtics announced that they plan to retire the number five from the team next season. This is to honor the future Hall of Famer Kevin Garnett, who wore the number five was with the Celtics for the six seasons.