Posts Tagged ‘Ray Allen’
Allen Iverson could give the Celtics what they need.
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 [...]
Three Conference Contenders That Would Love to Have One of Our Big Three Now obviously, Danny Ainge has made it pretty clear that the Big Three plus Rondo is going to give it another go at the NBA title. But it’s the off-season, the Finals are on the television, and the Boston Celtics are not [...]
Last night, the Boston Celtics were trailing 87-86 to the Dallas Mavericks. With the clock winding down, Boston had time for one last shot. With the game on the line, that final shot was an uncontested three-pointer from Rajon Rondo, a notoriously poor outside jump shooter. To wrap up the summary quickly and neatly, he [...]
1. Kobe Bryant (LAL) 2009-10 Stats: 27.0 PPG, 5.4 RPG, 5.0 APG, 1.6 SPG Kobe Bryant is a five-time NBA Champion, two-time NBA Finals MVP, 2008 Gold Medalist, 2007-08 NBA MVP, 12-time All-NBA selection, 12-time NBA All-Star, 10-time All-Defense selection, four-time NBA scoring champion and owner of the second-best single-game scoring performance in NBA history [...]
Walter Ray Allen is in the twilight of his career. He has played 1,022 games, logged almost 38,000 minutes, and has taken over 16,000 shots. Ray just turned 35 on July 20th and will be entering his 15th NBA season. When you look at his last season as a Boston Celtic, Ray averaged 16.3 points [...]
Life was so simple two weeks ago. Bosh was still in Toronto. LeBron was still in Cleveland. And the sporting world actually paid proper respect to the original big three in Boston. All that is gone now and we can only hearken back to a gentler time, where a team’s worth was court-tested and proven, [...]