Boston Celtics: NBA Draft

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Cheerleader of the Day: Boston Celtics

June 23rd, 2008
Boston Celtics: NBA Draft



Cheerleader of the Day: Boston Celtics 


NBA Draft: Answer Man #2

June 24th, 2007
Boston Celtics: NBA Draft

Adam Stanco answers your questions.. and the one’s you should be asking. If you have a question, send it to

Where would O.J. Mayo be drafted in this year’s draft?

(Submitted by: Todd Kapostasy of Perry, OH)

Mayo would have been battling with Mike Conley for the right to be the first point guard chosen.

In this theoretical scenario, what would really hurt Mayo is recent history.

Unsubstantiated Speculation: Monday's NBA Draft Rumors

June 18th, 2007
Boston Celtics: NBA DraftSpeculation season has come early this year with the Spurs mercifully ending the Finals and beginning all the draft hype sooner than usual, which is probably a relief to most basketball fans. Last week I predicted a deluge of links once the Finals ended and, unfortunately for me, I was correct. So we’ll go heavy on the links and light on

Unsubstantiated Speculation: Monday's NBA Draft Rumors

June 11th, 2007
Boston Celtics: NBA DraftI am still catatonic from the vicious emotional shift that occurred after switching from the heart-stopping suspense of The Sopranos series finale to the soul-crushing disappointment of the NBA Finals last night. The body isn’t meant to endure such abrupt contrasts in entertainment value. Thank God for the internet, which once again provided instant rejuvenation through its own brand of suspense and half-truths: NBA Draft links, free of charge (well, at least for ESPN Insiders).

Boston Celtics: NBA Draft Team Needs

May 27th, 2007
Boston Celtics: NBA Draft

NBA Draft: Boston Celtics


Record: 24-58, 5th in Atlantic


Unsubstantiated Speculation: Today's NBA Draft Rumors

May 25th, 2007
Boston Celtics: NBA DraftThere seems to be an unusually high amount of fallout from the NBA Draft Lottery the other night. I’m assuming part of it is because of Durant/Oden and another part of it is Spurs/Jazz/Cavs/Pistons (although last night’s horrible officiating should help detract the talking heads from the lottery for a second). The majority of the reactions fell into two categories. The first: Hooray, we beat the lottery, our franchise is saved! The other: The lottery screwed us, the lottery sucks, our franchise is doomed for the next 30 years. There was really nothing in between.