Author: Kevin Perrington-Turner

NBA Bubble: Ways It Changed The Playoff Landscape

We are approaching the NBA finals inside the NBA bubble. And the road to the postseason has been an interesting one. This playoff has undoubtedly been the most eventful of all seasons. For multiple reasons: protests, COVID-19, scandals and that’s not even mentioning basketball. As far as on the court, things have been nothing short […]

Eastern Conference Finals Takes A Turn With Gordon Hayward Return

In this Eastern Conference Finals against the Miami Heat, the Celtics were able to win game 3 117-106. As expected, Gordon Hayward was a difference-maker for Boston that led them to the win. And with Hayward back, they may have changed the look of the series.  The first two games were airtight. Erik Spoeltra’s zone […]

ECF Has Boston Celtics Down 0-2 In This Series To The Miami Heat

The Celtics are in trouble in this ECF. Boston lost to the Miami Heat 101-106 forcing them down two games in this postseason series.  The game started off with a motivated Kemba Walker. The veteran was scoring all over the court. Shots from the perimeter and inside the paint made him a major weapon as […]

2019-2020 Eastern Conference Finals Matchup Review

The Eastern Conference Finals will have the Boston Celtics face-off against the Miami Heat. Both teams have strong backcourts with some advantages going to each. But the deciding factor to this series may come from players other than the stars. Role Players Will Need To Step Up The biggest factor for the Celtics has been […]

Game 7 Ends With Celtics Pulling Out A Nail Biter Over Toronto

After a roller-coaster series, the Celtics defeated the Raptors 92-87 in game 7. Granting Boston with a trip to the eastern conference finals against the Miami Heat. Although Boston is on to the next game, it’s worth some credit knocking off the defending champs. Unsung Heroes With no Gordon Hayward, all series the Celtics were […]

Tyler Nelson Talks Being In The G League, Advice From Gordon Hayward, And More

Tyler Nelson has done a whole lot in his basketball career so far. He was named the Massachusett’s Gatorade Player of the Year in high school playing at Central Catholic. Being front he suburbs of Massachusetts, he was able to make some big waves on the court. In his collegiate career, Nelson dropped over 2,000 […]

Team Effort All-Around As Celtics Win Game 1 Of Round 2

The Boston Celtics defeated the Toronto Raptors 112-94 in game 1. Although there’s a lot of basketball left to be played, Coach Brad Stephens has a lot to be grateful for. The Celtics were able to jump out to a double-digit lead in the first quarter. They ended the first quarter with a 17 point […]

Celtics And Raptors Round 2 NBA Playoffs Preview Matchup

The Celtics and Raptors are set to tip-off in the second round of the NBA playoffs. Some teams still aren’t safe from being eliminated in the first round. It’s still are unsure of how long Gordon Hayward will be out. However, the Celtics may still match up fairly well with Toronto. Back Court The backcourt […]

Kemba Walker Receives First Series Victory In A Sweep Over Sixers

Yesterday the Celtics were able to close out the series in a sweep over the Sixers 106-110. Kemba Walker received his first playoff series victory in glamorous fashion. Walker finished game 4 with 32 points, 4 assists and 4 rebounds. He showed up big down the stretch. Offensively, Walker scored on the perimeter with three […]