Celtics Stuff Live was the original live interactive webcast produced specifically for Celtics fans. The show originally aired for two hours every Sunday night and featured regular and prominent guests such as Mike Gorman, Sean Grande, Steve Bulpett, Marc Spears, Peter Vecsey, Mark Murphy, Scott Souza, Kelly Dwyer and Gary Tanguay and broadcast on CelticsBlog.com. Justin Poulin was one of the first members of the internet media to be credentialed with access to the locker room. After effectively retiring in early 2012, Celtics Stuff Live returns with Jon Duke and Justin Poulin featuring the interviews and expert analysis that listeners came to expect from the show in the Danny Ainge era. Now broadcasting on CLNS Media, Celtics Stuff Live is back! ---- CLNS Media is an Boston-based, online, sports radio station that broadcasts some of the most well known sports radio shows in the country. *For booking or advertising inquiries, please contact the North Station Media business offices at [email protected] North Station Media also offers a comprehensive podcast university. or more information, contact the NSM business offices at [email protected]

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With the Celtics on their way home from Las Vegas it’s a good time to look back at what happened in and around summer league as attention begins to turn toward the start of training camp in just two months. Kadeem Allen’s short time with the Celtics has come to an end as last year’s


    The Celtics will be back on the floor Friday night against the Philadelphia 76ers to kick off Summer League with some new faces on the bench and plenty of intrigue surrounding the team’s offseason. Robert Williams is set to make his debut in green after a rocky opening week as Boston’s first-round draft


    When it is worth risking camaraderie and growth for the shot at elite talent? That is the question Celtics president Danny Ainge and the organization will face in any potential deal for disgruntled San Antonio star Kawhi Leonard this summer. The Celtics rode those connections to a championship in 2008 with Kevin Garnett,


  Sadly, the Celtics season has dwindled to an end. With a loss against the Cleveland Cavaliers in Game 7 of the Eastern Conference finals emotions were shook in and around TD Garden. Now it’s time to lay out everything on the table as attention turns to next season. Who will be drafted? Who do


    The Celtics struggled to finish at the basket and lacked aggression. The was the story of the two-game trip to Cleveland as Boston now returns home for Game 5 of the Eastern Conference finals tied at 2-2 against the Cavaliers. Boston’s youth revealed weaknesses in both Games 3 and 4 – while the


  Game 1 of the Eastern Conference finals seemed like a shock to most as the Celtics blew away the Cleveland Cavaliers. The 108-83 rout on Sunday was empowering for a young Celtics team, and helped show a skeptical NBA landscape that the Celtics are strong, athletic and have phenomenal talent even with injuries that


  The excitement was unbearable. The Celtics built a mighty, 3-0 lead against the Philadelphia 76ers in the Eastern Conference semifinals as they prevailed through a tense and dramatic final few minutes of regulation and overtime on Saturday. Game 3 was a pretty epic win – to say the least. Confetti cannons went off at


  The Celtics showed a charisma like no other in the way they finished off the Milwaukee Bucks in the first round of the NBA playoffs. With Terry Rozier’s contributions leading the way in the fourth quarter, the team came to play in the Game 7 at TD Garden Saturday night as he rose to

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    The Boston Celtics march toward the playoffs this week with the team continuing to have players out with myriad injuries, as other have battled the flu. The sad news: Kyrie Irving will be out for the playoffs, along with Gordon Hayward, who is almost certainly out for the rest of the season as


Saturday night’s game against the Toronto Raptors was a nail-biter with a big payoff in the final minutes for the Celtics. There were key plays in the game from Marcus Morris, Jayson Tatum, Terry Rozier and Aron Baynes – who had a huge first quarter. Baynes started quickly by swishing two 3-pointers – his first


It’s a pretty unbelievable season for the Boston Celtics who have gotten to almost 56 wins having many key players out and tons of injuries. Many different bench players have been jumbled into the starting lineup which is where they have shown what they can bring to the table. For example, players like Shane Larkin


  Ray Allen is coming out with a book next month that nearly absolves himself of any sort of blame in his ongoing rift with his former Celtics teammates. Can you imagine what the CSL guys had to say? Well,  Jon “Doc Brown” Duke and Justin “Marty McFly” Poulin jumped back into the Delorean to


    The Boston Celtics have been on their A game ever since the All-Star break has ended, but injuries are a huge setback in this win streak. Kyrie Irving got a knee injury against the Pacers, Jaylen Brown goes down against Minnesota, and lastly Horford with a sickness. Brown’s injury after his insane monster


The Celtics got bitten hard by the injury bug… first with Jaylen’s frightening fall, then Horford heads home sick, and wrapping with Kyrie exiting the Pacers game early with his balky knee. But Jon and Justin see opportunities for growth with the keys getting passed to certain younger Celtics. Jon gave a bit of a


The Boston Celtics are almost at the end of their regular season with only 18 games left. The last game against the Houston Rockets the Celtics fell short loosing by 3. Marcus Morris had a very strong offensive game and probably his best game of the season against the Rockets. Greg Monroe has definitely made


  Nothing is better than returning from the All-Star Break with back-to-back wins for the Boston Celtics. The All-Star Break is not always everyone’s cut of tea, but some basketball fans really enjoy it, such as myself. Marcus Smart finally has returned with a strong recovery from his hand injury and is ready to play.


It was a magical day Sunday as the Boston Celtics raised Paul Pierce’s #34 to the rafters. A fantastic ceremony included appearances by Antoine Walker, Doc Rivers, Rajon Rondo, and the next player to be honored in that fashion, Kevin Garnett. Bobby Manning joined Jon and Justin to provide some of their favorite Paul Pierce


The much anticipated matchup with the Raptors went about as well as going through Customs with a machete, but Celtics Stuff Live gave thanks to the Cavs for making the rubber glove treatment seem pale in comparison. Jon and Justin took pride in calling the demise of the Cavs as far back as this fall


O’fer the week is never good, but coming on a 3 game home stand against teams that are not among the league’s best, is not what the team hoped for coming back from London.  Jon and Justin dug into the team’s recent struggles and zeroed in on Jayson Tatum and asked whether he had hit


Justin and Jon recapped the Sixers game and discussed Kyrie Irving’s post-game visit to the J.J. Reddick podcast, which generated far more headlines attention than it deserved. Transitioning from the Philly game, the conversation moved to Markelle Fultz’s horrific looking jumpshot and how the Lakers are faring in relation to giving the Celtics another top


How does 12 wins in a row sound? It sounds real good to Jon and Justin as they looked carefully at a defense which is fueling this unbelievable run and contributions from players beyond anyone’s reasonable expectations. Perhaps most of all, Jayson Tatum’s performance has been phenomenal and causes Jon and Justin to revisit the