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You might've heard the story, but you've never heard it like this. Celtics Insiders Marc D'Amico, Sean Grande and Abby Chin take you behind the scenes for the first and only official Boston Celtics podcast. If you want to connect to Celtics stories and Legends like you never have before, you're in the right spot.
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Locked On Celtics podcast is your daily ticket to stay ahead of the game and the first to know the latest news, analysis, and insider info for the Celtics and the NBA. Hosted by Boston Sports Journal beat writer John Karalis, the Locked On Celtics podcast provides expert, local analysis from a former basketball player who is at all practices and games. The Locked On Celtics podcast takes you beyond the scoreboard for the inside scoops on the biggest stories from within the Celtics locker roo ...
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Sports fandom can be tough. Tragic, even. No fanbase is more aware of this than that of the Boston Celtics. Enter First to the Floor, your Boston Celtics spirit guide. Humor-soaked analysis, regular guest appearances, "fan therapy" episodes after difficult games, and the best (and worst) of the Celtics' online discourse. Subscribe on your preferred podcast platform, and check us out on YouTube for more content. Twitter: @First2theFloor IG/TikTok: @firsttothefloor18 YouTube: https://www.youtu ...
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A List Podcast with veteran Boston Celtics and NBA reporter A. Sherrod Blakely, veteran NBA Insider for the Boston Globe, Gary Washburn and NBC Boston's and Kwani A. Lunis. The "Big 3" Discuss the latest news and insights into the Boston Celtics, the NBA, and more! Join Sherrod, Gary and Kwani weekly as they delve into the most poignant topics with some of the biggest names in basketball and beyond.
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The Celtics mailed it in again against the Knicks, falling behind by 30 before the bench made the final score look respectable. There isn't really much to take from this game, but John Karalis of Boston Sports Journal tries to answer the question of whether the Celtics are relaxing to end the season, or relapsing into their worst habits. Also, a lo…
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It’s time to sound off on a Celtics loss to the Knicks that featured an uninspiring performance from the top of the rotation, and an uplifting ending from the Stay Ready Group. Boston trailed by 31 points to the New York Knicks heading into the fourth quarter before storming back to make it a nine-point game at the final horn. We’re diving into som…
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The Milwaukee Bucks brought everything they had to a game that meant nothing to the Boston Celtics. Still, there are some playoff-relevant takeaways! Plus, do you think Tatum clearly has another gear to get to in the playoffs? What does that look like? VOTE in our End of Season Awards: https://forms.gle/GrQfthGEYG7WjPF87 🕒Check out this week's unde…
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The Basketball Hall of Fame’s Class of 2024, including players such as Chauncey Billups, Vince Carter, and Michael Cooper, was announced. Max explains why one name doesn’t belong Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesDe către CLNS Media Network c/o North Station Media
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Holiday and the Celtics have agreed to a huge new extension that saves Boston some money in the short-term and makes sure they have their core together for a few more seasons. John Karalis of Boston Sports Journal and Tom Westerholm discuss the deal, what it means to the Celtics, why it's the perfect timing for the deal, and what it could mean long…
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Giannis Antetokounmpo fell and grabbed his calf just running up the floor against the Celtics and was diagnosed with a calf strain. John Karalis of Boston Sports Journal talks about that injury, the possibility of it being serious, and how it might change the entire course of the East playoffs. Plus, why the game was mostly a make/miss thing, but i…
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Time to sound off on the Milwaukee Bucks coming out of the gates red-hot Tuesday night as they looked like the Boston Celtics typically do at the offensive end of the floor. Brook Lopez, Giannis Antetokounmpo, Damian Lillard and the Bucks shot a ridiculous 74% from the field and 80% from long range during the first quarter. Boston did make a run du…
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Kristaps Porzingis won East Player of the Week, Neemias Queta got a full NBA contract, and Isaiah Thomas is sticking with the Phoenix Suns. John Karalis of Boston Sports Journal touches on all those news items before opening up the mailbag to answer questions about regretting the Dalano Banton trade, Jayson Tatum's free throw routine, handling the …
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The Boston Celtics easily cruised to a win over the Portland Trail Blazers on Sunday night, even though they didn't really try very hard. Jaylen Brown scored his 10,000th career point, doing it in front of Chauncey Billups who is newly elected to the Hall of Fame. So John Karalis of Boston Sports Journal started wondering if Brown has a case for th…
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The Celtics won their 62nd game in a blowout against the Portland Blazers. Join us for the post-game show as we break down Jaylen Brown's return, Kristaps Porzingis' incredible form, and how the Stay Ready Crew might impact Joe Mazzulla's Coach of the Year chances. 🕒Check out this week's underrated plays vid: https://youtu.be/aiSOMrMsX1k 🎙️Subscrib…
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We’re sounding off on Jaylen Brown reaching 10,000 career points and Boston’s bench, led by Payton Pritchard, taking care of business in the fourth quarter against Portland’s starters. Brown finished with 26 points to lead the Celtics in a 124-107 win over Portland, and for the second straight game, Joe Mazzulla handed the reins to his bench crew t…
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The Celtics tried something new, and it worked ... sort of. The Celtics rolled with some unique lineups down the stretch and blew a 19 point lead to the Sacramento Kings, but Xavier Tillman's floater won the game for Boston. John Karalis of Boston Sports Journal talks about taking the opportunity to experiment and how it paid off for the Celtics. S…
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It’s time to sound off in a wild final sequence that left the Boston Celtics with a 101-100 win over the Sacramento Kings thanks to a game-winning floater from none other than Xavier Tillman Sr. That’s right, the big man came up with the game-winning shot with 7.4 seconds left after Sacramento had erased a 19-point deficit and taken a one-point lea…
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The Boston Celtics just won 60 games for the first time since 2009, and have clinched the 1st overall seed, guaranteeing home-court advantage throughout the playoffs in a building where they've only lost 3 times all season. What can we expect for the rest of the season? Plus, a mammoth version of everyone's favorite unsponsored segment, the Schaden…
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The Celtics have 60 wins and have clinched the best record in the NBA, all with a couple of weeks before the playoffs start. So John Karalis of Boston Sports Journal and Tom Westerholm decided to take a show to just appreciate how amazingly well this season has gone so far before we have to focus on the playoffs and a championship run ... including…
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The Celtics have clinched the best record in the NBA with a big win over the OKC Thunder. It's their 60th win of the year, and it came thanks to a heavy dose of Kristaps Porzingis. John Karalis of Boston Sports Journal explains how Porzings was a problem, why the third quarter was textbook process for answering an opponent run, and how Jaylen Brown…
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We’re sounding off on Jaylen Brown and the Boston Celtics exploding during the fourth quarter, Kristaps Porzingis being ultra-efficient, and the Celtics clinching home-court advantage throughout the NBA Playoffs with their 60th win of the season. It was all thanks to Boston outscoring the Oklahoma City Thunder 42-17 during the fourth quarter behind…
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Rajon Rondo said he's done playing in the NBA, which got a lot of reaction in the media even though Rondo hasn't played a game in two years. John Karalis of Boston Sports Journal and Tom Westerholm discuss that, Joe Mazzulla and Ime Udoka winning Coach of the Month, and then the lesson Jayson Tatum and Xavier Tillman explained to highlight the diff…
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Grant Williams and the Charlotte Hornets were no problem for our Latvian Hero and the vastly superior Boston Celtics. However, there were a few takeaways that might have playoff implications. Has Kristaps Porzingis begun to find his rhythm? Will Sam Hauser be a key playoff rotation piece? Is Jrue all the way back despite his poor shooting night? Pl…
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The Celtics took an early punch from the Charlotte Hornets but hung in there to shut them down over the next few quarters. Offensively, the Celtics went with whatever worked, giving Derrick White, Al Horford, Kristaps Porzingis, Sam Hauser, and Jayson Tatum ample opportunities to dominate stretches of the game. John Karalis of Boston Sports Journal…
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Sound Off with us as we talk Kristaps Porzingis efficiency, Sam Hauser’s red-hot shooting and Payton Pritchard’s passing after the Boston Celtics’ 118-104 win over the Charlotte Hornets on Monday. And let’s not forget Boston’s second-half defense, which has now held its last four opponents to an average of just 43.5 percent shooting during the seco…
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Mailbag Monday brings us questions about (not so) meaningless games, last-minute offense, trusting Jayson Tatum in those situations, and Boston's record versus the top of the West. John Karalis of Boston Sports Journal answers all of that, plus whether the Hawks and Celtics will repeat 2008, Jrue Holiday's future, Dalano Banton's explosion in Portl…
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The Celtics came out a little slow, but their defense stepped up to get Zion Williamson under control and then take control of the game. John Karalis of Boston Sports Journal was at the game and has more on the defense showing its full capabilities, the different things Boston did down the stretch to hold off the Pelicans late run, and how just try…
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The Celtics get back on track in the Big Easy with an incredible defensive performance, limiting the New Orleans Pelicans to sub 100 points and getting the Celtics back in the win column. This recording from our live postgame show, Celtics Late Night, captures all the exceptional vibes from immediately after the game. 🕒Check out this week's underra…
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The Celtics are in New Orleans after two straight losses to face Zion Williamson and the Pels. Jayson Tatum, Jaylen Brown, and the Celtics have room to experiment, but they also need to get some wins under their belts to get the positive vibes back. John Karalis of Boston Sports Journal and Jake Madison of @LockedOnPelicans discuss Herb Jones vs Ja…
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The Philadelphia 76ers announced Joel Embiid will return before the end of the regular season. In light of blowing a 30-point deficit, could the Celtics’ first-round matchup be more challenging than anyone expected? The Boston Globe’s Gary Washburn joins to weigh in Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
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