A Celtics podcast that covers the team from several different and unique angles every single week. Formerly, The Big Three Podcast, Celtics' Beat Reporters, Brian Robb, Michael Pina and Rich Levine break down all things Boston Celtics.

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Brian Robb and Rich Levine break down the Heat’s 4-2 series win over the Celtics after an ugly fourth quarter collapse for Boston in Game 6. The guys break down the play of all of Boston’s regulars in the series, evaluate what went wrong and where the team goes from here heading into the offseason.

Brian Robb and Rich Levine break down the Celtics’ loss to the Heat in Game 4 of the Eastern Conference Finals, the bizarre team-wide struggles in crunch time and what adjustments may lie ahead in a do-or-die Game 5.

Brian Robb, Rich Levine and Ryan Bernardoni break down the Eastern Conference Finals matchup between the Celtics and Heat. They look at the keys of the series including Miami’s 3-point shooting, who will guard Jimmy Butler, Gordon Hayward’s potential impact, who will emerge in the Celtics bench rotation and much more before making their predictions.

Brian and Rich break down a dominant Celtics performance over the Raptors in Game 5, including taking a look at a strategic shift that paid off, stellar play from the C’s starting five and what lies ahead for the rest of the series.

Brian and Rich react to the Celtics rallying in Game 2 to take a 2-0 series lead over the Raptors. The guys discuss Marcus Smart’s heroics, Jayson Tatum’s consistent excellence, Kemba Walker’s big shots late and some impressive tweaks from Brad Stevens in the win.

Brian and Rich break down final takeaways from the Celtics first round sweep of the 76ers before diving head first into the Raptors-Celtics with three initial thoughts from each about the matchup. The guys dissect defensive decisions, top offensive options, Kyle Lowry’s injury, Boston’s bench and much more.

Brian and Rich dissect an impressive performance by the Celtics in the wake of Gordon Hayward’s injury in Game 2, including some brillance from Jayson Tatum and the Celtics bench. The guys debate whether the series is over, Philly’s short and long-term issues and what to expect from Brad Stevens rotations moving forward.

Brian, Michael and Rich get together for an emergency podcast in the wake of Gordon Hayward being sidelined for a month with a Grade III ankle sprain. How will the Celtics proceed without their versatile forward against the Sixers and potentially Raptors? Plus, leftover thoughts and observations from Game 1 of the C’s-Sixers series.

Brian and Rich break down the Celtics play in the bubble so far highlighted by a surprise development in Robert Williams earning regular minutes off the bench. Will Williams’ playing time sustain in the playoffs? The guys also discuss the play of Gordon Hayward, potential first round playoff matchups and the Grizzlies pick before wrapping

Brian and Rich react to the Celtics splitting their first two seeding games in the Orlando bubble by dishing out three ‘winners’ and ‘losers’ from the weekend with plenty of talk about Kemba Walker, Jaylen Brown, Jayson Tatum and much more.

Brian and Rich run through 10 over/under predictions for the Celtics in Orlando, including Kemba Walker’s availability, Jayson Tatum’s scoring and how the team will fare their eight seeding games.

Brian and Rich break down the first live action of the Celtics in over four months down in Orlando from the weekend, including the return of Kemba Walker to the court, Jaylen Brown’s strong start and the battle for rotation minutes off the bench. The guys also go around the Eastern Conference and debate hypothetical

Brian, Michael and Rich dissect 17 years of draft history with Danny Ainge at the helm of the Celtics and debate his worst five and best five draft picks during his tenure in Boston.

Brian and Rich discuss several Celtics taking part in protests and activism over the past week before getting into the full NBA restart plan that was just approved by the NBA. Will the format help or hurt the Celtics’ playoff chances once the season resumes in July?

Brian and Rich discuss some of the pros and cons of the potential resumption of the NBA season, including a potential World Cup format, reseeding the entire playoffs, and weighing the current standings versus expanding the postseason field.

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