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On this episode of the The Celtics PRIDE podcast the guys briefly ponder whether Marcus Smart has lost a step, in light of the news he failed to make an All-Defense team. Then, they take a deep look at the “Kemba Walker Conundrum” and explore whether team building oriented around small point guards is simply doomed to fail. Adam shares his small po…
 
With the rumor mill running dry, and content in short supply, Adam and Greg turned to Twitter for some help. In this episode, the guys dive into some of the questions posed to us on Twitter. From Ainge's departure signalling a culture reset, to the issues with making a sign-and-trade - we look at your biggest queries through a deeper lense. Learn m…
 
Adam and Will dive into the conundrum that is Robert Williams. Entering the last year of his rookie contract, Brad Stevens has a big decision to make. Do the Celtics extend Williams early, and look to get a team friendly deal in place that gives him some stability while trying to find health and consistency? Or do the Celtics take the risk of letti…
 
Adam is joined by Tim Sheils to discuss potential trades involving Kemba Walker, from Kristaps Porzingis to Al Horford and Damian Lillard, the guys get into potential packages, fit, and likelihood before taking a gander at potential salary dump destinations. With Kemba Walker widely being viewed as the biggest move to make this off-season, the guys…
 
On this episode of the The Celtics PRIDE podcast the guys give secondary thoughts on Brad Stevens in the President of Basketball Operations role after having a few days to digest the news. How will Stevens differ from Ainge in the way he runs the front office, the type of culture he creates and the way he caters to the modern player? “I’m really cu…
 
The whole gang get together for today's episode, where we discuss Brad Steven's coaching tenure in Boston and debate if it was a failure or not. We follow the debate up with some Tatum discussion, and explore his next steps before dipping our toes into free agency and each choose 1 target we would like to see the Celtics pursue, We wrap up the show…
 
The Celtics PRIDE guys react to the news of Danny Ainge retiring, and the promotion of Brad Stevens to the President of Basketball Operations. Josh waxes maybe a little too poetic about his theories of how this transition was in the works for a couple years since Danny Ainge’s heart attack in 2019, and gives a heart-felt “Thank You” to Danny Ainge …
 
An emergency podcast recorded live on lockeroom, where multiple Celtics fans took stage to dissect and discuss today's news surrounding Danny Ainge and Brad Stevens, and an open discussion on head coaching candidates and how their hiring would affect the teams trade strategy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices…
 
The Celtics PRIDE team starts by discussing Kyrie’s comments about subtle racism in Boston, his stomping on the Celtics logo and Jaylen Brown’s response as an ambassador moving the conversation about structural racism forward with the media and players in the NBA. They also touch on fan behavior including the Celtics fan who got arrested for throwi…
 
Adam and Will are joined by Dan Greenberg of Barstool to discuss the Celtics current roster construction, and analyze common misconceptions. Is Smart really a goner if Fournier re-signs? Is there value in moving on from Kemba? And what is the teams biggest need? The guys get into an holistic breakdown of the current primary pieces and why this year…
 
The Celtics held the Nets for the best part of 3 and 1/2 quarters, limiting their offensive firepower and hustling on every possession. Then things went downhill. Adam and Greg dive into what went right, what went wrong, and look at adjustments the Celtics could make heading into game 2. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/ad…
 
With the Boston Celtics playoff series against the Nets starting in the next few days, Adam and Will get into what the Celtics will need to do to exploit the Nets defensive weaknesses. Are the Nets a cohesive unit and can they rally when put on the back foot early? Also, we dive into some Q&A questions from Twitter Learn more about your ad choices.…
 
The Boston Celtics overcame the Washington Wizards on Tuesday night, making the playoffs as the 7th seed as a result. Brooklyn will await the Celtics in the first round of the playoffs, but that's a discussion for another day. Today, Adam records his initial reactions from Boston's victory directly after finishing watching the game! Learn more abou…
 
The Celtics PRIDE guys discuss the play-in game matchup with the Wizards including some interesting takes about Russell Westbrook’s passing and decision-making, and whether the injury to Bradley Beal’s leg will hamstring his game when the ball tips up. Can the Celtics beat the Wizards without Jaylen Brown if they have a full-strength Beal? Do they …
 
The whole gang of Adam, Greg, and Will get together to cast an eye over the Boston Celtics regular season, dishing out rewards, discussing their favorite and worst game of the season. The guys also look ahead to the off-season and what they believe could help push Boston back towards the top of the conference, along with a quick hit on the play-in …
 
Adam and Will explore the play-in tournament, and what this means for the Celtics. What players are on borrowed time, who deserves to be back next season, and how confident are we of Boston making the playoffs now? Is Brad Stevens fighting a losing battle with the media? Finally, we look at how the Celtics could change their offense to put increase…
 
The Celtics PRIDE guys discuss their instant reactions to the news of Jaylen Brown being out for the remainder of the year after being diagnosed with a torn scapholunate ligament in his wrist. He is expecting to have surgery to repair the ligament later this week. They also discuss what this means for the rest of this season. Jaylen’s injury is the…
 
Following the Boston Celtics loss to the Miami Heat, Adam and Greg dive into the notion of the teams struggles being Brad Stevens fault. Adam explores the idea that perhaps there's an issue with the coaching staff in terms of assistants. The guys also explore moving Marcus Smart back to the bench, to allow the Kemba Walker / Evan Fournier tandem to…
 
Adam and Will get into Grant Williams and Semi Ojeleye's lacklustre performances against Orlando and what that means for their playoff rotation hopes. Kemba looks good, and the plan has worked, but should Brad deviate from the plan for the final back-to-back of the season? Why Jaylen Brown's defensive regression isn't a cause for concern right now,…
 
Recorded live on the lockerroom app, Adam and Wayne Cole are joined by Tacko Fall for this exclusive interview. Hear from Tacko on his journey to the NBA, his viral video's, his love for Anime, and much much more. Outro provided by Black Sheep Optimist. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices…
 
The Celtics Pride team reacts to Jayson Tatum’s record breaking streak. Should he be compared to Larry Bird? Aaron Nesmith has been a huge spark for this team showing tremendous confidence on both offense and defense. Josh compares Nesmith’s basketball IQ to Romeo Langford and explains why Nesmith is ahead of Romeo on the depth chart. The guys disc…
 
Adam and Greg get together to discuss Tatum dropping 60, and the improvements that have led him to this point, Tatum taking his next step towards superstardom, and the ridiculous upside of him and Brown playing together. They also get in to Aaron Nesmith's current breakout as an integral bench piece, what that could mean for Romeo Langford - and a …
 
The Boston Celtics are currently tied with the Miami Heat in the Eastern Conference standings with two games against each other right around the corner. We discuss the importance of avoiding the play-in, and the additional practice time it would afford, before exploring the benefits of playing in the high-pressure games. We then move on to Jaylen B…
 
The Celtics Pride Team -- once again -- takes a look at and tries to make sense of the Celtics' recent poor and inconsistent play after frustrating losses to the Nets and Hornets. Building from that, the crew examines Celtics upcoming schedule, as well as those for the Knicks and the Hawks, to figure out whether the Celtics can -- and should -- pri…
 
Boston took a beating at the hand of the Charlotte Hornets. Today, Adam and Greg discuss the bad (transition defense, lack of penetration), the worse (lack of effort, poor body language, lack of accountability) and the encouraging (Aaron Nesmith, Jabari Parker at the 5, and Payton Pritchard as a penetrator) as they try to make sense of Boston's cur…
 
Today we discuss the Celtics options at guard off the bench - what they bring to the team, and how they affect the offensive and defensive versatility of the roster. We also look at Tremont Waters and Tacko Fall, and if their two-way spots will be up for grabs after a deep draft class this year. OH, don't forget the mandatory discussion about seedi…
 
Another week, another live mailbag recorded on the LockerRoom app. This weeks was a fun one, with some new faces and some interesting questions. The next mailbag will take place on Monday at 4pm Eastern on the lockerroom app. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoicesSB Nation による
 
On this episode of Celtics PRIDE, Adam, Josh, and Mike discuss the recent win streak and what has changed for this team in the past weeks. This includes the defensive impact of Tristan Thompson and Grant Williams. Role clarity for players up and down the roster and in rotations, Kemba Walker’s improved play including increased assist numbers and ge…
 
The Celtics did it again, going in at the half trailing, before coming out HOT to close the game out. Another superstar performance from Jayson Tatum, more high-level Kemba Walker, AND Jabari Parker getting into double-digits on his debut. Adam and Greg get into everything from this game, and the winning streak in general, as they enjoy discussing …
 
Following the news that the Boston Celtics have signed Jabari Parker to a two year deal, I thought it would be best to dive into his potential fit in the rotation, and what Parker will bring to the team. Joined by Brenden Nunes of the Kings Herald, we discuss Parker's potential upside, his defensive struggles, and overall skillset. Learn more about…
 
Today we explore the topic of media motivation, where players improve their performances in response to media criticism. Recently, Marcus Smart has bitten back at media questioning his defense, Jayson Tatum has been crushing it since being called out by Kendrick Perkins, and Tristan Thompson has played his best basketball of the season since respon…
 
On this weeks live CelticsPod mailbag, we get into Kemba Walker and his value to the team - or if he's better off being salary dumped in the off season. Is Grant Williams a viable option as the back-up four long-term? Brad Stevens deserves credit for Boston's recent turnaround, the same way he deserves his share of the blame for the teams struggles…
 
On this episode of Celtics PRIDE, Adam, Josh, and Mike Interview CelticsBlog Staff Member Jeremy Stevens. They discuss how the Celtics are finally playing well (7-3 in last 10 games since the trade deadline, 3 game win streak) after so much malaise on the court, frustration from the coaching staff, and full-on fan depression. The Pride guys ask Jer…
 
Today, CelticsPod introduces the new co-hosts, breaks down the resiliency Boston has found in recent games, explores Tatum's growth, dives into Grant Williams and the Tweener conundrum, AND discusses the Robert Williams/Tristan Thompson battle for minutes. The Celtics have been a tough proposition in recent games, displaying a new never-say-die att…
 
I'm joined by Greg Maneikis of the Green With Envy podcast to discuss what we learnt from Boston's loss against Philadelphia. From Robert Williams being taken to school by Embiid, to the Sixers new defensive wrinkles, the Celtics have a lot of internal development on their hands should they wish to surpass their East Coast rivals. We also look at t…
 
On this episode of Celtics PRIDE, Adam, Josh, and Mike evaluate the trades made at the deadline with 10 days of hindsight. The guys discuss the Evan Fournier and Daniel Theis deals as one combined trade since the need to save money by trading Theis was a result of the Fournier trade. Adam rants about how Danny Ainge should have kept Theis and inclu…
 
Over the Easter weekend, the Celtics have had some impressive ball movement and offensive showings against the Houston Rockets and Charlotte Hornets. Robert Williams continues to look every bit the starting calibre center we all hoped he would be, Evan Fournier has added pace, scoring, and spacing, and Romeo Langford's return rewarded the Celtics w…
 
Today we have another live mailbag recorded on the LockerRoom app. The rooms are growing each week, and there were some great questions in this one! If you enjoy listening to these, then hopefully I will get the chance to speak with you at some point in the coming weeks Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices…
 
The Celtics fell short against the New Orleans Pelicans, but there were some really encouraging signs, most notably some solid defensive stretches, and Kemba Walker (along with Tatum). Marcus Smart got into his own head, and made some bad decisions on certain plays, but it was in no way his worst performance. Kornet looks like he could be a good pl…
 
I am joined by Brenden for today's show, where we discuss the moves that went down on trade deadline day. Did the Celtics get better with Fournier? What questions does this raise for the summer? And why was Theis traded for Wagner and Kornet? A bunch of questions need answering - especially why did Boston miss out on Aaron Gordon? We get into all t…
 
On this episode of Celtics PRIDE, Adam, Josh, and Mike welcome special guest Andrew Doxy from Celticsblog and Revenge of the Parquet (he’s also the Digital Editor and Team Lead at Endgame 360). Andrew reveals how this Florida native originally became a Celtics fan, how he got onto the CelticsBlog Staff, and a little about his background before the …
 
For the first 10 minutes, I go solo to explore the win against Orlando and what went well, along with some Kemba Walker talk. Then, I am joined by CelticsBlog's Jesse Cinquini to look ahead to tonight's game against Memphis. The Grizzlies have found a winning formula by placing shooters around Ja Morant, which allows him to penetrate the lanes at w…
 
Today, Adam is joined by former co-host Tim Sheils. The guys get into what's frustrating them about the current struggles the Boston Celtics are working through. From roster construction, rotational minutes, minutes distribution, and not playing the rookies more, we touch on where we feel everything is going wrong, Learn more about your ad choices.…
 
On this episode of Celtics PRIDE, Adam, Josh, and Mike discuss the recent loss to Brooklyn and the blowout of Houston. This includes the Celtics inability to put together 48 minutes of good defense, the fact that Kyrie Irving is good at basketball. Mike argues that Brooklyn is a real title contender and better than Boston. The guys discuss Tatum an…
 
Joined by Cody Chalifoux, we discuss if Boston missed out on Kevin Porter Jr and why they would have chosen not to pursue him. If Jonas Valanciunas would be a cheaper, more viable option the Vucevic, and if running Romeo Langford at the point could make sense for the second unit. We then end with some buy-out options who could make a short-term imp…
 
Former CelticsBlog writer, turned full time Celtics Journalist, Greg Dudek joins todays show. We get into how Greg made his way to a full time journalist, his biggest gripes about the season thus far, why he's not pinning any hopes on Romeo Langford, how Marcus Smart can galvanize a stagnant defense, and if Danny Ainge should really shoulder the bl…
 
Something a little different today. I'm joined by CelticsBlog's Keith Smith, Boston Sports Journal's John Karalis, The Athletic's Jared Weiss and Sam Packard, NBC Boston's Max Lederman, and Boston.Com's Tom Westerholm. We discuss the highs and lows of the season, TPE targets, high value trade chips, and how the lack of locker room access is making …
 
Recorded live on the LockerRoom app, I answer questions for multiple Celtics fans and podcast listners, ranging from TPE targets, contention chances, to players who find themselves on the outside of the rotation looking in. I will host another live mailbag next Monday at 4pm ET if you would like to join in. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit p…
 
On this episode of Celtics PRIDE, Adam, Josh, and Mike are joined by Celtics and NBA Insider, Keith Smith (@keithsmithnba) from Celticsblog and Yahoo Sports. They begin the episode by re-visiting Josh’s prediction from 2 weeks ago, when he suggested that a simple 4-game win streak would change fans’ outlook on the team. So... with the 4-game win st…
 
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