A. Sherrod Blakely

A. Sherrod Blakely

CSNNE.com and Chevrolet SportsNet Central Celtics Insider
A. Sherrod Blakely is a veteran NBA journalist having covered the Boston Celtics since 2009 and the Detroit Pistons for Booth News Services and MLive.com from 2000 to 2009. A Syracuse, N.Y. native,  Blakely has broken some of the NBA's biggest stories in recent years, including the blockbuster trade of Allen Iverson to Detroit. Blakely serves as Comcast SportsNet's Celtics Insider for CSNNE.com and Chevrolet SportsNet Central. Prior to working for MLive.com, Blakely spent five years covering Duke, N.C. State and the ACC for the Raleigh (N.C.) News & Observer. Blakely is a graduate of Syracuse University's Newhouse School of Journalism.
 

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    During Rajon Rondo's absence, Avery Bradley has helped step up the Celtics defense, and he has gotten high praise from some of the team's veterans.
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    Although the Celtics did deliver a beatdown to the Magic on Monday, Doc Rivers doesn't expect to see the same team in their next matchup.
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    With injuries stopping the Celtics from finding their rhythm of offense, they need to get healthy before the C's show their offensive identity.
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    The season about a quarter of the way through, and teams are starting to take shape. Which team ranks at the top, and where are the Celtics this week?
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    Kevin Garnett is one of the best defenders of this generation, but getting up there in age now, it's worth noting when he outplays a superstar like Dwight Howard.
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    The Boston Celtics surprised everybody -- including Doc Rivers -- in their 87-56 trouncing of the Magic on Monday night. Check out Talking Points.MORE C's-Magic review: What we saw
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    The Celtics defense has always been pretty good, but this good. Nuh-uh. The depleted C's played put together a defensive performance for the ages, and a big part of it was coming together and doing their jobs.

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