Marcus Smart took to Twitter Sunday night to tell his fans he was cleared of the coronavirus by the Massachusetts Department of Health of Friday.
One week ago, I released a ranking of the top 10 players in Boston sports. I wanted to give Boston fans a chance to revise those rankings how they see fit. After 22 polls over 5 days, here’s the official fan voting results for the top 20 athletes in Boston sports.
Jayson Tatum Opens Up About Life Goals, His Top-5 All-Time and Why He Wears #0 in Impromptu Quarantine Q&A
Jayson Tatum took to Twitter just after midnight on the East Coast for an impromptu fan Q&A. Tatum answered questions about life, his college days, his basketball idols and more. Here are the best moments.
The landscape of Boston sports looks much different than it did a year ago. Five All-Star level players have left town since last March and it’s time to reevaluate the hierarchy among players in New England. Considering all the great talent that has left, it’s remarkable how many great players remain in Boston. The number of difficult decisions and tough cuts that were present in putting this list together should give everyone hope for the future of Boston sports. Here are the 10 best current athletes in the region:
Well COVID-19, better known as Coronavirus to us common folk, has put clamps on the entire NBA until further notice...
As concern regarding the coronavirus continues to grow and the NBA weighs its options to preserve public health, Jaylen Brown sent a message to fans via his Twitter.
There’s no sugarcoating it. The last week and a half of Celtics basketball, starting with their 1-point overtime loss to the Houston Rockets, has been one of their worst stretches of play this entire season. On the surface, it doesn’t look all that bad. Yes, they’ve lost 4 of their last 5 games, but Houston, Oklahoma City and Utah are all good teams, and Brooklyn is always a scrappy opponent. The real problem is how they’ve lost these games, all of which have been at home, and the timing in which this poor stretch of play has occurred. From blowing big leads to atrocious late game execution, they’ve given up winnable game after winnable game at a time in which playoff seeding is more at stake than ever.
Despite all the talent boasted by the Boston Celtics, the team as a whole isn’t very deep. After Marcus Smart, the Celtics do not seem to have any other clear-cut players to fill out the seventh and eighth spots of their playoff rotation.