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Kobe Bryant: The Quintessential Perfectionist

A reflection to perhaps the NBA’s most determined perfectionist Kobe Bryant, who through countless hours of craft fine-tuning, evolved to one of the games all-time greats. Pure tragedy struck the sports realm all over the world, digesting the news that former Los Angeles Laker/ NBA icon Kobe Bryant was killed due to a helicopter accident […]

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Celtics Fill the Gap at Center: Enes Kanter Agrees to a Two-Year Deal

Former Trail Blazer Enes Kanter joins the Boston Celtics on a two-year $10 million deal. Kanter will be replacing Al Horford who has been the backbone for the Celtics throughout the past three seasons. Horford played with a lot of heart and his defense was underrated. Horford’s efforts weren’t shown in the stat sheet but […]

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Parquet Point Guard Chronicles: Welcome to Boston Kemba Walker

Kemba Walker, formerly of the Charlotte Hornets, has agreed to become the third Boston Celtics point guard in four seasons, signing a four-year deal worth $141 million, After spending eight seasons with the Charlotte Hornets, Kemba Walker has made it clear that following an All-NBA, career season- he’s ready to compete and contend. Let’s also […]

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Boston Sports Mount Rushmore of Failures: Welcome Kyrie Irving

With the Kyrie Irving, Boston Celtics departure, also comes the inauguration of Uncle Drew into the infamous Mount Rushmore of Boston Sports Failures. After just a two-season tenure with the Boston Celtics, filled with moments of hope, joy, and plenty of disappointment, Kyrie has notched his spot in the top failures in Boston Sports History. […]