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Locked On Celtics is a daily Boston Celtics podcast by Boston Sports Journal beat writer John Karalis. It's an inside look at the C's from a former professional basketball player who is at practices & games. Hear from players, call in to the voicemail line, and hear from some great guest hosts. It's the #1 podcast choice for Celtics fans. Part of the Locked On Podcast network.
 
What will we not talk about? Being a mom, a wife, an entrepreneur, a daughter...balancing (nor not balancing) life with wine and friends, soccer games and basketball practice, choir concerts, and science fairs, finding ourselves as women in a sea of responsibility, trying to have a social life, and making time for our marriage...how do we do it? Let's do this thing! And while we are doing...let's always remember this one thing: "Leggings Are Pants!"
 
The Love In Basketball podcast explores servant-leadership on and off the court. Love is at the heart of servant-leadership. And the Love In Basketball podcast seeks to gain a fuller understanding of this life-giving form of leadership that holds people and results together. Host, Leadership Coach, and former men’s college basketball coach, Adam Gierlach explores the frameworks of servant-leadership in solo episodes and sits down with servant-leadership practitioners from the world of basket ...
 
With the help of players, coaches, TV analysts, school administrators and NCAA officials, AP College Football Writer Ralph Russo tackles on-and off-field issues affecting the sport throughout the year. The show gives everyone from the casual fan to the obsessed alum, an insider look into the AP Poll and all that is trending on campuses around the country. Be ready for the big game, signing day or spring practice with this weekly chat about college football.
 
Originally from Maui, Hawaii, RosaLinda has been a Certified Fitness Trainer for ten years. She was an NCAA collegiate volleyball and basketball standout, and an AVP professional beach volleyball player. She is also a Wife and Mother with a three-year old who loves the beach and the ocean. (Which is also her favorite place to meditate.) Rosalinda was inspired to explore meditation within her own life after learning that her client ("Shirlee") had undertaken a simple daily meditation practice ...
 
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Brad Stevens shocked everyone by deciding to leave the sidelines and become the President of Basketball Operations. John Karalis, Mike Dynon, and Chuck McKenney discuss the end of the Stevens coaching era in Boston. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! SweatBlock Get it today for 20% off at SweatBlock.com with promo code LockedOn, or at Amazon an…
 
Brad Stevens comes out of the Kyrie Irving era with two young studs in Jayson Tatum and Jaylen Brown and the arrival of Kemba Walker, but COVID-19 creates a rough situation that spells the beginning of the end of his time on the sidelines. John Karalis, Chuck McKenney, and Mike Dynon discuss. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! SweatBlock Get it…
 
There are a couple of significant meetings coming up in the next week or so regarding College Football Playoff expansion. Since Texas and Oklahoma announced a move to the Southeastern Conference, there has been a lot of chatter about other conferences “slowing down” the expansion process. But what does that mean? Nicole Auerbach of The Athletic joi…
 
In this episode Coach Ryan Varga joins us to talk about how he coaches games down the stretch. We discuss what he does when he's up and when he's down and the thought process between letting his kids play vs. setting something up. You want to listen to this if you want to finish your games strong!
 
The Kyrie Irving era ended with a thud for Boston, and the final season was the first real step backwards for Brad Stevens and his reputation. John Karalis, Chuck McKenney, and Mike Dynon dive into what went wrong as Stevens struggled to deal with a difficult star. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! SweatBlock Get it today for 20% off at SweatB…
 
In our latest look at the Brad Stevens coaching era, John Karalis, Mike Dynon, and Chuck McKenney move on to the Kyrie Irving era in Boston and the Gordon Hayward injury that derailed everything. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! SweatBlock Get it today for 20% off at SweatBlock.com with promo code LockedOn, or at Amazon and CVS. Built Bar Bui…
 
Al Horford changes the game for Brad Stevens and the Boston Celtics, coming to Boston to team up with Isaiah Thomas. John Karalis, Chuck McKenney, and Mike Dynon continued their deep dive into the Brad Stevens coaching era. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! SweatBlock Get it today for 20% off at SweatBlock.com with promo code LockedOn, or at A…
 
Well, we made it two whole weeks of college football before the first coaching change. And it was a big one. USC has fired Clay Helton after about 3 years on the hot seat. Bruce Feldman from Fox Sports and The Athletic joins AP’s Ralph Russo to talk about the end of the Helton era and where Southern California could go next. It’s a coaching search …
 
The deep dive into the Brad Stevens coaching tenure in Boston continues as the conversation between John Karalis, Mike Dynon, and Chuck McKenney extends to the Isaiah Thomas era and how he accelerated what was probably supposed to be a longer rebuilding process for Stevens and the Celtics. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! SweatBlock Get it to…
 
In this episode Coach Mike Fulford talks about recruiting players. We discuss what he looks for when recruiting a player, what he notices at showcases and what players can do to make themselves stand out. We also discuss what players can do to put together the nest profile and highlight reel. Give this a listen if you or someone you know is interes…
 
We begin a special 7-part series on the Brad Stevens coaching era in Boston with a look at him getting hired and how Danny Ainge jumped on the chance to bring Stevens to the NBA when he had the opportunity. John Karalis, Mike Dynon, and Chuck McKenney discuss his arrival in Boston. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! SweatBlock Get it today for …
 
The final mailbag of the week (there were a lot of questions!) concludes with more lineup questions, including moving Dennis Schröder off the ball, an alternative for retired numbers, and ways to find team chemistry. Plus, finding one all-time lineup that would save the earth and more questions about John's job. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsor…
 
There have been so many questions submitted, that John Karalis had to get another bonus mailbag before the regular Friday Q&A. Today's questions include pursuit of a Ben Simmons trade, potential lineups and starting Juancho Hernangomez, and who might win postseason awards. Plus, what was John's moment of realization that basketball would become a f…
 
The Boston Celtics are about to begin an interesting year, and they could be motivated by a few different things that could shape how the season goes. John Karalis of Boston Sports Journal discusses what might happen if the Celtics think they have a puncher's chance, or if they're in full evaluation or development mode. Of course, they could adjust…
 
Nothing brings out the overreactions like Week 1 of a football season. This week Max Olson from The Athletic joins AP’s Ralph Russo to look ahead to week 2, honing on teams that are looking to bounce back from poor first week performances, like Washington and Miami, against quality opponents. What teams have a chance to validate Week 1’s stellar ef…
 
John Karalis dips into the deep bag of mailbag questions do get into Jaylen Brown's feelings about the narrative that he's Jayson Tatum's sidekick, Dennis Schröder's anticipated role, 2023 free agents and the possible pursuit of Christian Wood or Jerami Grant ... and more! Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! SweatBlock Get it today for 20% off a…
 
In this episode we talk to one of the founders of The Winning Difference: Rob Rose. We discuss what TWD is and how it came to be. We also discuss how TWD can translate to your basketball program and take it to the next level. This is a great episode to get your team more W's in the win column!
 
The Boston Celtics are taking a flyer on Juancho Hernangomez, a guy John Karalis targeted earlier this offseason as a potential reclamation project. But the numbers show that he's worth a look as a starter, even if he's coming off a disaster season. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! SweatBlock Get it today for 20% off at SweatBlock.com with pr…
 
John Karalis opens another mailbag to set expectations for this upcoming season (including expected stat lines for players), contemplate a comparison to the 1986 Celtics, Romeo Langford's chances, Jabari Parker as a potential "diamond in the rough," a choice between Lillard and Beal, and how teams like Brooklyn and Philadelphia spend money while Bo…
 
Jaylen Brown has made some pretty remarkable improvements so far. John Karalis continues his conversation with the Globe's Chad Finn to discuss what might be next for Brown, and how he might be the most important member of the Boston Celtics this season. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! SweatBlock Get it today for 20% off at SweatBlock.com wi…
 
Brad Stevens has taken the wheel at a pivotal moment for the Boston Celtics franchise. Things look good right now, but his moves this summer were done in low-pressure circumstances. John Karalis and Chad Finn of the Boston Globe discuss whether Stevens can handle the pressure of the trade deadline, how Stevens has revealed his true feelings about s…
 
We have made it to the start of the college football season. Week zero provide a little warm up and now we’re set for the marathon Labor Day weekend of games. It’s glorious and there is a lot to get to. First up, the great Kirk Herbstreit from ESPN joins AP’s Ralph Russo. Kirk has a new book out called “Out of the Pocket.” We’ll talk about how Kirk…
 
There were so many questions after the last mailbag that John Karalis needed to open it back up again to get out some more answers. This week, the questions include what it would take for Jayson Tatum to win MVP, how real Damian Lillard trade talk is, how close the Celtics are to a championship, and how buyouts work. Support Us By Supporting Our Sp…
 
In this episode we talk with Coach Matt Pitts about how his program has maintained consistent success. We talk about the keys to his program staying consistent, advice he has for other coaches along with what success means to him. If you're looking to keep your program at the top then this is the episode for you.…
 
The Boston Celtics and Dennis Schröder have entered into a wildly unique partnership. John Karalis of Boston Sports Journal looks into what both sides owe each other as they navigate one fascinating season together. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! SweatBlock Get it today for 20% off at SweatBlock.com with promo code LockedOn, or at Amazon an…
 
It's a mailbag Friday, and John Karalis dives in to answer questions about Marcus Smart for most improved player, Payton Pritchard as the 5th starter, TPE targets, an early bonding opportunity with a road-heavy start to the schedule, and when the next championship might be won. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! SweatBlock Get it today for 20% …
 
The Boston Celtics handed out extensions to Robert Williams and Marcus Smart that seemed good at the time, but may even look better when you take a big-picture view. John Karalis brings in Chris Forsberg of NBC Sports Boston to take a deeper dive into those deals before debating the 5th starter and looking into the minutes distribution to figure ou…
 
Brad Stevens has done a lot in his first summer at the helm of the Boston Celtics. He traded away Kemba Walker, got Al Horford back, acquired Josh Richardson and Dennis Schröder, and extended Marcus Smart and Robert Williams' contracts. But with each of those moves, Stevens also eliminated another excuse for this coming season's team. John Karalis …
 
What’s an alliance? The Atlantic Coast Conference, Big Ten and Pac-12 unveiled what they are calling an alliance of the three Power Five conferences. It will involve some scheduling and some working together to shape the future of college sports. There wasn’t a lot of detail, but it certainly seemed like it could be a big deal. Or not. AP college f…
 
Brad Stevens' busy offseason rolls on with a surprise extension of Josh Richardson's contract. John Karalis of Boston Sports Journal breaks down what it means in terms of a trade, keeping him if he ends up meshing with Jayson Tatum and Jaylen Brown in Ime Udoka's system, and creating the flexibility Stevens so badly wants. Support Us By Supporting …
 
We talk to Coach Raul Placeres about his experience creating a strong offense without a strong ball handler. We discuss ways to work around this limitation along with ways to get your ball handler as competent as possible. If you're in this situation, this is the episode for you!
 
Robert Williams is getting a big extension: 4-years, $54 million. John Karalis looks at the numbers, why the Celtics are obviously not concerned about Williams' injury history, how this makes him the clear starter, and why a trade involving Williams this year will now be extraordinarily complicated. Also: a quick look at the upcoming schedule, incl…
 
There has been a lot of talk around bringing in a third star for Jayson Tatum and Jaylen Brown, but what if the plan is simply to add great role players around them and roll with the two-star plan? Who can be their Jrue Holiday? John Karalis and Keith Smith continue their conversation about where the Boston Celtics stand after the Marcus Smart exte…
 
The Boston Celtics have gone from a team with cap space next season to an over-the-cap team after the Marcus Smart extension & Evan Fournier sign-and-trade. So where do the Celtics stand and how does this impact their pursuit of a third star like Bradley Beal, Zach LaVine, Damian Lillard, or someone else? John Karalis brings cap expert Keith Smith …
 
Alabama is coming off maybe the greatest season in Southeastern Conference history, with a national title and 11 wins in 11 SEC games. The Crimson Tide is favored to win the West again, but can Texas A&M or maybe LSU take advantage in some turnover in Tuscaloosa? Cole Cubelic of ESPN and the SEC Network joins AP’s Ralph Russo to preview the SEC. Th…
 
That's right, the departure to the New York Knicks where you thought Boston was losing Evan Fournier for nothing actually turned into a sign and trade. GET READY FOR MORE TPE TALK! John Karalis explains how Stevens has work his way into a nice offseason with his moves. Also, summer league ended with a thud for the Celtics in a blowout loss to the S…
 
Marcus Smart is sticking around, agreeing to a four-year, $77 million extension to stay with the Boston Celtics. John Karalis explains why this is a good deal basketball-wise and what the ramifications are in their pursuit of a third star next to Jayson Tatum and Jaylen Brown. Plus, Locked On Kings host Matt George swings by for a summer league cha…
 
The unofficial start of the college football season has arrived. The preseason AP Top 25 has been released. Alabama is on top. No big surprise there. Oklahoma, Clemson and Ohio State follow. What teams have a chance to break the grip those Super Teams have had on college football? ESPN’s Rece Davis, the host of “College GameDay” joins AP’s Ralph Ru…
 
In this episode, Coach Scott Sorenson joins us to talk about D-3 basketball. We discuss what it means to play an coach in a D-3 school as well as busting some myths about the level of play. We also get into how to stand out as a recruit and getting into college coaching. There's so much to learn about college in this episode!…
 
The Summer Celtics are heading for a championship game, but John Karalis is confused about what he's seeing from Romeo Langford. Is he being passive? What's his role going to be. Plus, has Aaron Nesmith done enough to show he can start alongside Jayson Tatum and Jaylen Brown for the Boston Celtics? Also, has Carsen Edwards played his way into anoth…
 
The Celtics are rolling along in Las Vegas and once again Payton Pritchard and Aaron Nesmith were the big stories, but this time they were joined by someone new in the scoring column. John Karalis has that, more proof that Yam Madar won't be on the team this season, and why some people are flat-out piling on when it comes to Dennis Schröder's contr…
 
We check in on the summer league Celtics with MassLive's Souichi Terada to discuss Romeo Langford's super chill vibes and what he's getting out of his time there, Yam Madar's chances of making the team, especially now that Dennis Schroder is on board, and the random sightings of Brad Stevens, Ime Udoka, Danny Ainge, and others at UNLV. Support Us B…
 
Dennis Schroder signs with the Boston Celtics for the taxpayer mid-level exception. John Karalis has a look at that, plus the results of the second summer league game for Aaron Nesmith, Payton Pritchard, Bruno Fernando, and Yam Madar. Also, Ime Udoka talks about Marcus Smart, Jayson Tatum, Jaylen Brown, and Josh Richardson. Support Us By Supporting…
 
Last season was a bonanza for schools from outside the Power Five conferences. A record seven were ranked in the final AP Top 25. Can the so-called Group of Five carry that momentum into 2021? Chris Vannini of The Athletic joins AP’s Ralph Russo to preview the non-Power Five leagues from the American Athletic Conference, where Cincinnati hopes to m…
 
The Boston Celtics have reportedly offered Dennis Schröder a one-year deal. John Karalis discusses whether that's a good idea before getting into Grant Williams' decision to pass on summer league. Also, why Isaiah Thomas probably isn't coming back to Boston. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes lik…
 
We get into defensive principles in our latest episode with Coach Hardin. We discuss the importance of weak side defense for his team, how he teaches it and the importance of his unit acting as one on the defensive side of the ball. We also discuss communication and general coaching philosphies. This is a great discussion and one that will get you …
 
Summer League began for the Boston Celtics on Sunday! John Karalis of Boston Sports Journal runs through Yam Madar's debut, Payton Pritchard shooting the lights out, and how Aaron Nesmith, Romeo Langford, and Carsen Edwards did. Plus, Jayson Tatum and Team USA win gold, and Tatum parties with Jaylen Brown afterwards. Support Us By Supporting Our Sp…
 
The Friday mailbag returns with questions about the bridge year, pursuing Dennis Schroder, the Golden State Warriors model, this year's starting lineup, Jayson Tatum and Jaylen Brown as a championship duo, a Plan B, and LaMarcus Aldridge's return. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy b…
 
If the Boston Celtics plan is to get to max cap space in 2022, how can they really pull it off? John Karalis welcomes Keith Smith on to break down the numbers of how things need to go, and what the Celtics do with Marcus Smart, Al Horford, and role players like Romeo Langford, Aaron Nesmith, and Payton Pritchard. Plus, Keith's rant on the mix messa…
 
Our conference preview series rolls on with a look out West. Jon Wilner of the San Jose Mercury News and Bay Area Media Group joins AP’s Ralph Russo to breakdown the Pac-12. First, a discussion of some of the off-field issues facing the Pac-12 related to realignment and how a shifting landscape could impact a conference that has a new commissioner …
 
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