In Game 1, the Celtics made the Bucks look more like their first round opponent, the Pacers. Well, in Game 2, the Bucks gave the Celtics the same treatment as they made them look more like the Pistons. For the first two quarters, it looked like the Celtics might be able to shock the world and grab both games in Milwaukee, but a 39-18 domination by the Bucks in the third quarter ended all hope of that; and the Celtics will instead enter Game 3 following one of their most disappointing performances of the year.
After a WBO title retaining victory over Amir Khan, Terence Crawford is set for a box office paper view, must-watch night against..... who?
After losing three in a row at the beginning of last week (including getting swept in the Bronx), the Sox ended last week by winning the first two games in Tampa against the Rays while finally starting to look like the team we all expected them to be. This week was jammed full with seven games which, after the final game in Tamps, marked the beginning of a ten-game homestand. Seeing as the Sox have only played six home games thus far in the season, it was a welcome development. With games against the Tigers, Rays, and Athletics the opportunity was there for Boston to add some wins to their record and pick up more ground in the division.
James Harden and the Houston Rockets fall to the Golden State Warriors 104-100 in game one following a sorry excuse for professional basketball officiating at Oracle Arena on Sunday.
In Game 1 of their second round series with Milwaukee, the Celtics asserted their dominance against the NBA's best regular season team. In last season's 7-game battle between the two, neither team managed to win a game on the road at any point in the series. The Celtics made sure that wouldn't be the case this time around, winning game 1 in Milwaukee 112-90. The 22-point loss is the Bucks largest margin of defeat this season.
The Boston Bruins started off their second round series against the Columbus Blue Jackets on the right foot with a 3-2 overtime victory Thursday at TD Garden. Back-to-back goals from trade deadline acquisition and hometown boy, Charlie Coyle, gave the B's the early lead in the series. The team found itself in an unfamiliar situation heading into game two considering that the Bruins played catch up for the majority of the first round. Brad Marchand and company looked to extend their series lead Saturday in Boston, before heading into Columbus to face a hostile crowd at Nationwide Arena.
April 25, 2019. A sad, sad day for Celtics Nation. John Havlicek, the 8-time NBA Champ, Finals MVP, 13- time All-Star, 11-time All-NBA, and Celtics all-time leading scorer passed away at the age of 79.
The Columbus Blue Jackets may have pulled off the upset of the first round when they swept the Tampa Bay Lightning, but with the road to the Stanley Cup now wide open for those that remain, the Boston Bruins made sure to keep building upon their current momentum.
With just one day of rest following a game seven win over the Toronto Maple Leafs, the Bruins jumped ahead 1-0 in the second round series with the Blue Jackets, taking a 3-2 overtime victory Thursday night at TD Garden.
It’s Draft Day! The 2019 NFL Draft is finally here. With all the rumors swirling around regarding player injuries, teams trading down, teams trading up, and whatever the hell is going on in Oakland, this has been one of the hardest drafts in recent memory for me to mock. Check out my picks below, and this is of course assuming a miracle happens and there are no trades. Also featured is my list of teams most likely to trade up and down tonight. Happy Drafting!