Tag Archives: boston celtics

  • Stat Line of the Night — 2/10/2013 — Paul Pierce

    Stat Line of the Night — 2/10/2013 — Paul Pierce

    The Boston Celtics may have lost Rajon Rondo for the season, but that hasn’t slowed them down one bit, thanks to the recent play of Paul Pierce. Heading into Sunday, the Celtics had recorded six straight victories.  And during each of those victories, Pierce has contributed either a triple-double (once), a double-double (three times), or […]

  • This Day In Sports History (January 18th) – Robert Parish

    This Day In Sports History (January 18th) – Robert Parish

    It was on this day in 1998 that the Boston Celtics retired the number “00″ formerly worn by center Robert Parish.  Parish became the 20th player to have his number retired by the Celtic organization. Robert Parish enjoyed a 21-year Hall-of-Fame career, spending 15 of those seasons with the Celtics.  Parish was part of three […]

  • Stat Line of the Night — 12/19/2012 — Paul Pierce

    Stat Line of the Night — 12/19/2012 — Paul Pierce

    With a .500 record and three straight losses heading into last night’s game against the Cleveland Cavaliers, many had to be wondering whether this would be the year that the Boston Celtics’ aging roster finally gets to them.  But a solid performance from one of their wily veterans on Wednesday night should help silence the […]

  • Female Celtics Fan Makes Dirty Gesture for TV Camera (Video)

    Female Celtics Fan Makes Dirty Gesture for TV Camera (Video)

    For some reason, there are a lot of idiots who like to make obscene gestures at sporting events when they discover that the camera is on them. I’m not really sure why, since so many of these inappropriate moments are captured and widely disseminated all over the interwebs, embarrassing their mothers and getting them fired […]

  • Celtics Fan Hits Dwyane Wade in the Face with Ball (Video)

    Celtics Fan Hits Dwyane Wade in the Face with Ball (Video)

    Every NBA fan fantasizes about getting courtside seats. They put you up front and in the action like no other seats in sports can. In hockey you can sit right next to the ice, but there’s a big piece of plexiglass between you and the game (thankfully). In baseball you can sit right down by […]