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It can be easy to lose sight of the things that matter in moments of crisis, and in a year and counting of a global pandemic, it can be even easier to forget we're all profoundly impacted by it. The 2020-21 Boston Celtics are dragging themselves across the finish line of perhaps the most difficult season in the seventy-year history of the NBA, miss…
 
While the fourth seed and home court in the first round is not out of reach, is it still a realistic target? What would Boston likely be up against if they slip to the sixth seed -- or worse, the play-in tournament? Is there a scenario that could realistically see the Celtics bounced before they even sniff the actual playoffs? And just what is this…
 
There's ten games left in the Boston Celtics schedule, and after witnessing their lackadaisical effort in the team's 119 - 115 loss to the Oklahoma City Thunder Tuesday night, one might be forgiven if one thought the team's players wish it were fewer. But the Celtics still have time to build some chemistry and rhythm heading into the postseason, an…
 
The Boston Celtics have made something of a name for themselves as a good landing spot for players whose career has fallen short of where expectations had at one time had them pegged, with head coach Brad Stevens getting a reputation as the sort of coach able to get a little more out of such players than his peers. Now, the team has decided to sign…
 
As the dust from the 2021 NBA trade deadline settles and teams more or less know what they have to work with, only injuries and chemistry remain to shake up the Eastern Conference standings heading into the stretch run ahead of the playoffs. With a three-team upper class of the Brooklyn Nets, Philadelphia 76ers and Milwaukee Bucks virtually certain…
 
With news that veteran shooting guard Evan Fournier will be entering the NBA's health and safety protocols for the second time in a week just before the team squares off with the Philadelphia 76ers, it'd be easy to get negative about the Celtics outlook. But for this week's episode of the Celtics Lab, we decided to flip the script and look at the p…
 
While there's been plenty of good and bad things alike to point to since the 2021 NBA trade deadline for the Boston Celtics, the other big event in the basketball universe that is happening this month -- the NCAA tournament -- is getting close to its finale, and with that attention tends to turn to the Celtics potential targets in the 2021 NBA draf…
 
With tons of trade action in the Eastern Conference and perhaps less than Celtics fans wanted, we've got plenty to talk about on this special post-trade deadline podcast of the Celtics Lab, where we're joined by Michael Scotto of HoopsHype and USA TODAY Sports. We dive into the deals that brought in shooting guard Evan Fournier and big men Luke Kor…
 
The Boston Celtics are front in center in seemingly every trade rumor there is ahead of the 2021 NBA trade deadline, with fan favorites like Marcus Smart supposedly in the mix to be moved to a new team, and a bevy of other names linked casually or in hot pursuit. Enough to leave even a savvy superfan in a spate of dizziness, we felt it best to turn…
 
With a historically-massive $28.5 million traded player exception (TPE) generated by the exit of veteran forward Gordon Hayward last offseason, the Boston Celtics find themselves the nexus of the 2021 NBA trade deadline, for better or worse. And with a COVID-inflected season that's seen the Celtics' fortunes rise and fall with the seeming ficklenes…
 
The dust has settled on a hastily-assembled All-Star game in Atlanta at the mid-point of the 2020-21 NBA season, with the Celtics star wings having made some noise in the annual exhibition after turning around a spate of ill fortune heading into the break. But what does the coming second act of the season hold for the Celtics, who dive into it abou…
 
The Boston Celtics aren't dead -- they're feeling better, actually! Three-fourths of the way through a critical closing stretch to close out the first half of their 2020-21 NBA season, the Celtics have won all but the last one remaining, and have transformed the stormy, depressing narrative that had attached itself to the team in recent weeks. From…
 
The Boston Celtics can't seem to string two wins together in a season they were anticipated to contend for a title, and while that goal might not be off the table just yet, it's also clear some major changes are in order to stabilize the ship. With so many factors in play for creating the dissonance in the Celtics' play in 2020-21, it's hard to pin…
 
Before the Boston Celtics got back in the win column against the Denver Nuggets Tuesday night, it's probably safe to say emotions surrounding the Celtics internally and among their fans were at a nadir for the season. With a .500 record and embarrassing losses driven in part by players the Celtics could have drafted, rumbles of ire and fingers of b…
 
The Boston Celtics have nearly completed their annual West Coast road trip as they inch closer to the 2020-21 NBA trade deadline, and it's clear that even considering several recent injuries, the team has issues it needs to address. At the same time -- and possibly because of that -- team president Danny Ainge revealed that the Celtics were on the …
 
The Boston Celtics had a tough week with losses to the Los Angeles Lakers and San Antonio Spurs, but they could have also lost Marcus Smart for a long while to a leg injury that turned out to be much less severe than it initially appeared. At the same time, Boston geared up for a west coast road trip while JJ Redick trade rumors tied the veteran gu…
 
Roughly a quarter of the way through the NBA season, the Boston Celtics are closing in on a fully-available, healthy roster, and with that and the feedback generated by their 10 - 6 record, the team is going o have to start making increasingly difficult decisions. The first ones are easier -- who to play when and with whom once most if not all of t…
 
In what can only be described as a historic week full of infamy, risk and the solace we find in sport, even that realm was rocked by turbulence of the typical and extraordinary. In this episode, we welcome back friend of the pod and NBA collective bargaining expert professor N. Jeremi Duru to talk everything from the seemingly growing COVID-19 cris…
 
With a little less than ten percent of the 2020-21 NBA season having been played is it enough to say we have an idea of what this iteration of the Boston Celtics is or could become? With three wins and as many losses to both good and bad teams and a significant part of the rotation yet to suit up there are a lot of unanswered questions about this t…
 
The Boston Celtics and Brooklyn Nets are two franchises with unusually intertwined fates over the course of the last decade, and that entanglement hasn't lessened since the infamous deal that set the Celtics up for a post-Banner 17 future back in 2013. With former Celtic Kyrie Irving playing alongside superstar Kevin Durant, the balance of power be…
 
The Boston Celtics are set to embark on their 2020-21 NBA season with a preseason tilt against the Philadelphia 76ers on Tuesday, Dec. 15 with a number of questions swirling around the team regarding the readiness of several new members and the growth of multiple returning players. To that end, the team at Celtics Lab decided to try our hand at all…
 
The Boston Celtics just wrapped up their media week, the annual event (usually just one day, under normal conditions) where the press gets a look at the team as it will look for the most part going into the coming season. This year, things are considerably different than they've been in years past, and for good reason. This is the first season wher…
 
The Gordon Hayward era of the Boston Celtics has officially come to a close, with the biggest traded-player exception in NBA history going to the Celtics, and the Butler product to the Charlotte Hornets. With that move comes several others to spruce up the roster, such as the signings of big man Tristan Thompson and point guard Jeff Teague, two new…
 
With free agency kicking off at 6pm Friday, November 20th and Gordon Hayward a free agent, we recruited The Athletic's (and former Celtics Wire editor) Jared Weiss to help us sort through the unfolding chaos that is the Boston Celtics' offseason. With Celtics stalwarts Brad Wanamaker, Semi Ojeleye and Enes Kanter likely on the move, Vincent Poirier…
 
We originally planned to talk out irrational gut feelings or overconfidence in 2020 NBA draft prospects ahead of Wednesday's big event, but a legend passed in the interim. With franchise icon Tommy Heinsohn's death arriving after a long absence from the team he never could stay far from, we instead chose to share our favorite memories of the Celtic…
 
The NBA and National Basketball Players Association (NBPA) are reportedly on the cusp of a new agreement that will see a December 22nd start date to the 2020-21 season and a $132 million salary cap among several other pressing issues. What will the potential impact of such a cap situation on the league and with the Celtics as they try to assemble a…
 
With the longest season in league history behind us, the Boston Celtics and rest of the NBA turn their attention to the 2020 draft, sure to be among the most unusual ever held as well. With the pandemic hiatus changing how the combine works and our usual channels of gathering intelligence impinged upon in order to safeguard the health of a new coho…
 
After the 2019-20 NBA season has finally come to a close, it's time to get our bearings on what's ahead for the Boston Celtics. We take a quick look back at the Eastern Conference Finals and the Los Angeles Lakers winning the title, as well as a quick survey of the draft and trade options that will await the Celtics once they can begin making moves…
 
The Boston Celtics survived the Toronto Raptors only to collide with the Miami Heat in the Eastern Conference Finals. Their third trip to this stage in four seasons, we break down what we ought to be expecting from our Floridian foes in the team's quest to hang Banner 18. Join Topher Lane, Alex Goldberg, Cam Tabatabaie and Justin Quinn as they dive…
 
With the Boston Celtics and the NBA working their way through the impact of a historic wildcat strike sparked by the Milwaukee Bucks on Wednesday in response to the police shooting of Jacob Blake, a range of interconnected issues has surged to the fore in talk about the league, its Disney bubble restart, and the role of sport in race relations amon…
 
With the Boston Celtics set to face the Philadelphia 76ers in the 2020 NBA Playoffs for the third time in three seasons, a Sixers - Celtics postseason series is becoming something of a tradition again. This time however, there's an awkward new twist -- Al Horford is a 76er, facing his old team for the first time in the playoffs. To that end, we put…
 
In this podcast, hosts Cam Tabatabaie and Justin Quinn speak with special guest Professor of Law N. Jeremi Duru of American University's Washington College of Law and author of "Sports Law and Regulation: Cases and Materials", "The Business of Sports Agents" and "Advancing the Ball: Race, Reformation, and the Quest for Equal Coaching Opportunity in…
 
The NBA is back with actual games of the 2019-20 NBA season scheduled once again. Teams are gearing up to head to the Disney-hosted bubble taking place in Florida next week, and conversation is already starting to shift towards sports again. But should it? Join Cam Tabatabaie of Celtics Hub, Justin Quinn of Celtics Wire and Alex Goldberg of Off the…
 
In this episode of Celtics Lab, we talk about how we're adapting to one of the more chaotic moments in US politics in decades -- if not ever -- with nationwide protests and a pandemic that have transformed our quotidian engagement with sports. To that end, we spoke with anthropologists Frances Sutton and Dr. Jeff Cohen, Authors of "Why Are Sports F…
 
In this episode of Celtics Lab, we have a special roundtable on the future of the cap in an uncertain moment of NBA history. We spoke with Early Bird Rights' Jeff Siegel, SB Nation's Ricky O'Donnell, Vik Chokshi, formerly of The Big Lead and Derek Spallone of Spallone Sports on how the Celtics, Milwaukee Bucks, Golden State Warriors and several oth…
 
This pod, we dive into how the coronavirus pandemic has changed our engagement with sports. Whether from the perspective of fans, with history, interviews and well-intentioned if snooze-worthy events like H-O-R-S-E, or from the perspective of content producers, we discuss what NBA basketball and Boston Celtics coverage looks like in the era of COVI…
 
This episode, we break down the various ways the Boston Celtics and NBA could see changes in the short term due to the coronavirus pandemic. We also look back at some of the unsung heroes of Boston's last rebuild, holding a draft for an imaginary 3-on-3 tournament in the style of the Big3. Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brands Privacy…
 
We're back from a long hiatus to help fill the space in our lives left by the suspension of basketball at all levels caused by the coronavirus pandemic causing turmoil in all of our lives. Join Cam Tabatabaie, Matt Esposito and Justin Quinn as we talk how our lives have changed due to COVID-19, our thoughts on the season before it was interrupted, …
 
Ahead of the aborted reunion with his former team, Brooklyn Nets point guard Kyrie Irving finds himself at the nexus of several popular narratives circulating in the NBA and especially Boston Celtics media sphere. The Nets have struggled early while Boston has exceeded expectations in Kyrie's absence; to what extent is his presence (or lack thereof…
 
Despite being the twin towers of New England basketball, the two northeastern powerhouses share a surprisingly small degree of overlapping players over the last half-century. But, those former UConn Huskies who HAVE played for the Celtics have usually left an impression -- and in recent years, some very big ones. Join Justin Quinn as he catches up …
 
Preseason is over, and the 2019-20 NBA regular season is nearly upon us! Join Mark Allison and Justin Quinn as they talk about the finalization of the roster, a look back to who shined in camp, and early returns from preseason before jumping into the lab for a special crossover. There, we're joined by Garbage Into Gold's 76ers specialists Brandon A…
 
In the lab for this pod, we have TradeNBA.com's Zach Rodriguez on to talk with Justin Quinn about his soon-to-drop changes to his trade checker. Already one of the sport's most popular, Zach breaks down all the new features he's added since he last came n the pod, as well as the changes on their way for the coming season. We also talk on Team USA's…
 
Is the Team USA Breakout a real thing? And if so, is it worth it? This pod, Justin Quinn is on a solo mission to convince you that there actually ARE tangible benefits from NBA players participating in FIBA World Cup play, and that its enough to justify the risk of injury...to a point. Buckle up for a deep dive into the data behind bumps and breako…
 
Welcome inside the Lab! After three years with our friends at CelticsLife, we decided to go completely independent to go in a new direction. That direction, of course, is to follow our favorite team into deeper dives and compelling interviews weekly podcasts simply don't have the space for. We're striving to provide something you won't find elsewhe…
 
We knew the week would be a wild one with almost half the league up for free agency, but even in the thick of things, surprises kept coming, with the worst-kept of them -- Kemba Walker's interest in the Boston Celtics -- making Sunday night more pleasant than many were expecting even a week ago. A few days into the summer free agency period, the sh…
 
After Anthony Davis became the latest superstar to slip by the Boston Celtics, triggering an exodus of Boston's premier talent and leaving fans wondering what exactly Danny Ainge's plan might be, we thought it wise to take stock of the team's free agency options in light of the team's selections in the 2019 NBA Draft. Are Kemba Walker, Nikola Vucev…
 
The Boston Celtics are in a most unenviable position, with years of hard work potentially threatened by their star players potentially leaving in free agency, with their best bet of retaining them tied to trading for a player who may himself leave in free agency next summer. Will Kyrie Irving and Al Horford stay? Will the Cs be able to trade for th…
 
The landscape of the East might look radically different come fall, and there's so many moving parts it can get dizzying at times. With the Toronto Raptors in the Finals, will Kawhi stay? Will Jimmy Butler and Tobias Harris stay with the Philadelphia 76ers? Could another East team steal away Kyrie Irving or trade for Anthony Davis? Will ANYONE be a…
 
The offseason is finally, mercifully upon us, and taking stock of the Boston Celtics' future is in order. Join Mark Allison and Justin Quinn as they make sense of the results of the 2019 NBA Draft Lottery in relation to summer trade and signing opportunities, as well as team-building options more generally. They also give individual grades to the e…
 
For those few optimists among us, you may want to skip this pod. The Boston Celtics are on the brink of elimination by the Milwaukee Bucks, down three games to one, and there's plenty of blame to go around. Kyrie Irving has justifiably earned the ire of many a Cs fan in this series and season, and coach Brad Stevens certainly not without at least s…
 
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