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 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


Brian, Michael and Rich dissect the Celtics’ injury situation, take a first look at potential targets with the start of trade season for Danny Ainge and dive into ranking the top-3 Celtic MVPs so far this season.


Brian, Michael and Rich dissect the Celtics-Sixers showdown on Thursday night, potential solutions to the Joel Embiid’s domination, whether the Celtics need another trade addition for the matchup along with big picture discussions on Kemba Walker, Jaylen Brown, Jayson Tatum, Enes Kanter and much more.


Brian, Michael and Rich discuss the recent strong play of Jaylen Brown and whether he will be in the running to be an All-Star before getting taking stock of the East contenders in the first quarter of the season and determining where the Celtics rank in that hierarchy.


Brian and Rich discuss the non-return of Kyrie Irving and take stock of the Celtics roster on month into the season before being joined by special guest Brendan Jackson of the CelticsHub podcast to debate what the biggest need on the Celtics roster and whether it can be addressed.


Brian and Michael talk takeaways from the C’s-Clippers overtime showdown in LA on Wednesday, diving into the performances from Jayson Tatum, Marcus Smart Kemba Walker and the C’s roster construction against contenders.


Brian and Rich dissect the Celtics’ nine-game winning streak, going through nearly every player on the roster in the wake of 9-1 start before previewing the team’s west coast trip and checking in on the Nets, Sixers, and Lakers.


Brian, Michael and Rich dissect the strong start of Gordon Hayward and the Boston Celtics over the first three weeks of the regular season, debating what the C’s are capable of if Hayward consistently returns to his All-Star form both in the present and the future.


Brian, Michael and Rich dive head first into the C’s impressive comeback win against the Bucks Wednesday night, dissecting the improved play of Gordon Hayward, Kemba Walker’s impact and the team defense against Giannis Antetokounmpo. The guys also wonder whether more wins like Wednesday will convince Danny Ainge to bolster the roster midseason before going


Brian, Michael and Rich break down the play of Kemba Walker, Jayson Tatum, Gordon Hayward and much more from the C’s opening night lose to the Sixers. The guys also go around the NBA in the opening week to check on Kyrie Irving in Brooklyn, the Lakers’ outlook and other surprises thus far.


Brian and Michael break down Jaylen Brown’s four-year extension with the Celtics reached just hours before the deadline on Monday evening. The guys break down the structure of the deal, what it means for the coming season and how the C’s long-term roster building is impacted now that Brown is locked up through the 2023-24


Brian, Michael and Rich break down the breakout performance by Carsen Edwards against the Cavs along with the play of Grant Williams, Tremont Waters, Javonte Green and Tacko Fall this preseason (3:00). The guys also preview the hierarchy in the East with a preseason edition of the power rankings (22:00)


Brian, Rich, and Michael open the latest podcast discussing the recent comments made by Al Horford about Kyrie Irving’s free agency and his departure from the Celtics (3:00). They also dive into a Giannis vs. AD debate after Rich Paul’s latest comments, check in on the progress of Markelle Fultz in Orlando, the Lakers’ playoff


Brian and Michael discuss the Celtics-Hornets preseason opener on Sunday night, diving into the play of Robert Williams, the shot selection of Jayson Tatum, how much the rookies figure to contribute this season and the legend of Tacko Fall.


Brian, Michael and Rich kick off Celtics training camp by diving into five pressing questions about the C’s next season including who should start, what rookies will play and what the future holds for Jaylen Brown.


Brian, Michael and Rich talk about the Celtics takeaways from the play of Kemba Walker, Jaylen Brown, Jayson Tatum and Marcus Smart on Team USA in the aftermath of a couple of losses. The guys also get into the Top 100 SI Rankings and where the Celtics fall in that mix compared to past seasons.


Brian, Michael and Rich discuss the play of Jaylen Brown, Jayson Tatum, Marcus Smart and Kemba Walker on Team USA before diving into Mike’s latest column at SB Nation that suggests the Celtics go super-small at times with their best five players next season. Is this something they could get away with the Eastern Conference?


Brian, Michael and Rich walk through the alternate reality of a Celtics team in 2019 if the team had never pulled the trigger on the Kyrie Irving deal, including unveiling a hypothetical starting five two years later. They also dissect the team’s path now in the wake of the Irving deal not working out as


Michael, Rich and Brian discuss the latest developments on Team USA with the current Celtics, some recent intriguing comments by Danny Ainge and Terry Rozier and play the ‘What If’ game with last year’s Celtics.


Brian Robb, Michael Pina and Rich Levine dive into the latest comments from Jayson Tatum about his goals for the upcoming seasons and how attainable they are. The guys also go through some of the over/under win totals across the NBA and make some predictions about the league landscape.


Brian Robb, Michael Pina and Rich Levine break down a busy week on the Celtics landscape capped by the introductions of Kemba Walker and Enes Kanter in Boston. The guys discuss Kanter’s long-term future in Boston, Kemba Walker’s fit, Jaylen Brown’s upcoming free agency, the Al Horford tampering situation with the Sixers and parting thoughts


Brian Robb, Rich Levine and Michael Pina are live from Las Vegas to break down the aftermath of Kawhi Leonard’s departure to LA and where the Celtics stand in the Eastern Conference hierarchy. They also dive into future building plans and the first impressions of Carsen Edwards, Grant Williams, Tacko Fall and much more from


Brian Robb, Michael Pina and Rich Levine break down Al Horford’s departure to the 76ers and whether Celtics had any chance to bring him back. They also dive into the Enes Kanter addition, the outlook of the East with Durant and Kyrie heading to Brooklyn before finishing up with some starting lineup talk.


Brian Robb, Michael Pina and Rich Levine discuss the expected commitment from Kemba Walker and the options the Celtics have to explore now to fill a huge hole in the front court with limited means.


Brian Robb, Michael Pina and Rich Levine react to the latest rumors surrounding the C’s expected pursuit of Kemba Walker and examine his fit in Boston (3:00), they also discuss other big money free agency options for the Celtics including Nikola Vucevic, D’Angelo Russell and Malcolm Brogdon.     WHY KEMBA IS BETTER FOR CELTICS