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, Michael and Rich hold a three-team draft featuring 10 rounds of picks to select the best group of players that suited up for the Celtics from 2010-11 through the current season. Michael and Brian also settle the final round of their trivia showdown.
Brian and Rich discuss the departure of Tom Brady from the Patriots while comparing his situation to Paul Pierce and other one-team stars across the NBA landscape over time while reflecting on the end of Pierce’s time in Green. Are NBA stars and NFL stars even comparable on this front given the differences on this
Brian, Rich and special guest Brendan Jackson from the CelticsHub podcast discuss the return of Rob Williams amid an uneven recent stretch of basketball for Celtics and what the team can realistically expect from him in the final couple months of the season. The guys also debate the bench rotation and who holds more importance
Brian, Michael and Rich talk a little bit about All-Star weekend (1:00) before transitioning to five questions about the Celtics’ stretch run (7:00), including thoughts on Robert Williams’ return, the buyout market, weighing the No. 2 seed vs. rest and clutch lineup choices.
Brian, Michael and Rich talk takeaways from the Celtics’ loss to the Rockets on Tuesday night as well as the Celtics’ standing the East playoff picture (1:00) before diving into the improved play of Jayson Tatum over the past month and how his progress impacts the trajectory of the franchise (16:00). The guys also get
Brian, Michael and Rich break down the C’s lack of action at the trade deadline and whether they missed out on any intriguing targets. The guys then go Around the NBA dissecting their winners and losers across the league in deals before looking closely at the potential buyout market to determine whether the Celtics could
Brian, Michael and Rich talk about the tragic passing of Kobe Bryant and memories involving Kobe within the Celtics-Lakers rivalry. The guys also discuss Jayson Tatum making his first All-Star team, whether Jaylen Brown should have made the team and other potential All-Stars snubs. Finally, they float a few trade scenarios ahead of next week’s
Brian and Rich break down the Celtics’ win over the Heat on Tuesday night and the recent stellar play of Gordon Hayward over the past two weeks. The guys also discuss bench contributions, Jaylen Brown’s leap, the Marcus Smart rollercoaster ride and where the Celtics stand heading into the trade deadline.
Brian, Michael and Rich open the show (1:00) by discussing the Celtics’ strong stretch of play this week and whether those wins against elite competition change what should be considered the ceiling for this team. Then, in honor of the All-Star draft upcoming (25:00), the guys draft their own five-man team from the current pool
Brian, Mike and Rich open the show by discussing big picture takeaways (1:00) from the C’s recent loss to the Bucks and the subpar recent stretch of play. The guys also hand out their midseason Celtics awards (25:00) for MVP, most improved, biggest surprise and disappointment and much more.
Brian, Michael and Rich dive into the trade market (3:00) and bring up a number of potential targets that could be an upgrade to the bench without taking away too much from the current roster. The guys also debate which pieces of the bench they would be willing to move in a deal and answer
Brian, Michael and Rich debate where this current Celtics squad ranks among teams in the Brad Stevens era (3:00) before getting into the team’s current situation with the Memphis pick (23:00), wondering whether the team should move in a trade this season and if it there is anyone out there who could be available and