Articles By: JC-H
Grew up in New England and developed an unhealthy obsession with Boston sports teams. Moved to Los Angeles in 2001 and devoted an equal amount of my life to rooting for the Celtics as I did rooting against the Lakers. I work in television and am an avid cyclist, reader and still play hoop myself when time allows. Glad to be on the team.
Wednesday’s loss to the Dallas Mavericks shed some unpleasant light on the Celtics’ situation this season. Let’s start with the obvious. The team is slow, old and could barely keep up with the Mavericks, a team that is also, old and slow. Rondo is pushing the ball down the court like a man possessed but [...]
Rumors and speculation abound about where Chris Paul of the New Orleans Hornets is going to end up playing next season. It seems almost certain that he will not be in New Orleans. It seems his preference is New York, which is an impossibility this year. The front runners seem to be Golden State and [...]
I missed my chance this year to do a mock draft, so instead I decided to pretend to sit down with the Celtics (eventual) number 1 draft choice, JaJuan Johnson and talk about his incoming season (Stern willing) in a Mock Interview. JC-H: Congratulations on becoming the newest member of the Celtics organization. JaJuan Johnson: [...]
Lebron James Should Play Hockey. As long as no one tells him there’s not a 4th period he’d probably do pretty well. A lot has been said about Lebron’s poor performance in the finals. His inability to finish, not just missing shots in the clutch, but dishing the ball when those moments come. The guy [...]
Ray Allen has predictably exercised his option to return to the Celtics next season in what could be his last in the NBA. He’ll earn 10 million for the season hopefully continue to show fans that age is only a number. He’ll also get a chance to create what could be an insurmountable gap between [...]
He just posted this on his Twitter: http://www.tout.com/m/9944wo Things didn’t exactly work out the way everyone hoped, but I enjoyed having Shaq on the team this season immensely and will miss his contributions to the mood of the team and the enthusiasm he had for the game.
The Heat looked absolutely dominant in their series with the Celtics and continue to impress as they try to extend a 2-1 lead over the Bulls in the Eastern Conference Finals. They still have to win 6 more games against some very tough opponents to get their first NBA title in the big 2 ½ [...]