A. Sherrod Blakely is taking a look at the top prospects in this year's NBA Draft. Today, he's focusing on the point guards.
In the first of his mock drafts leading up to the real thing, A. Sherrod Blakely has the Celtics getting Kentucky's Julius Randle at No. 5 . . . and perhaps the steal of the year at No. 17.
1yLeBron James scores 30 points and the U.S. rallies from an early 10-point deficit to beat Brazil, 80-69, on Monday night with President Obama in the stands in its final exhibition game on home soil.
1y'That was the hardest' of his five championships, Bryant tells a yahoo.com interviewer.
1yIt's been 20 years since a Celtic has competed in the Olympics. But there are advantages to not having anyone competing in London.
1yAt an age when most kids were being taught to share and play well with others, Celtics top pick Jared Sullinger was learning to rebound.
1yRay Allen has a three-year deal with the Miami Heat, but he could opt-out after his first season.
1yDanny Ainge and the C's, while confident that they have enough pieces to make a serious run at Banner 18 next year, are continuing to explore ways to add one more impact player on the perimeter during free agency.
1yJason Terry, the NBA's Sixth man of the Year, sees his role with the Celtics being whatever head coach Doc Rivers deems necessary in order for Boston to win.