Category Archives: Atlantic Division

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.

The New York Knicks Could Move on From David Fizdale

After hyping their offseason moves, the New York Knicks have crashed back down to Earth. Reports surfaced that the Knicks’ front office is laying down the groundwork to fire head coach David Fizdale. Even before Sunday news conference, Knicks president Steve Mills had started to

The Redemption of Gordon Hayward

The career of Gordon Hayward is one that was filled with ups and downs. He was drafted by the Utah Jazz in 2010 after reaching the NCAA National Championship at Butler University. His rookie year did not show a lot of promise due to coming

The Kyrie Irving Saga

The NBA season has started, and all wheels are in motion. In the borough of Brooklyn, the Nets are off to a slow, but a competitive start. While the Nets were hoping controversy was in the rearview mirror, the Kyrie Irving saga takes another weird