The president of the Boston Celtics, an NBA franchise long associated with being the whitest team in the league, has abruptly stepped down just one week after making questionable comments on the topic of racism.
There's been a swell of support on social media for Kyrie Irving to press charges against the fan who threw a water bottle at him and narrowly missed in the moments after an NBA playoff game in Boston against the Celtics.
Kyrie Irving’s recent comments about racism in Boston have fans of the NBA’s Celtics resentful despite their adamant refusal to accept the reality that, yes, in case anyone thought otherwise, anti-Black racism is still very much a thing in that city.
Legendary Boston Celtics center Bill Russell remains as one of the greatest basketball players ever, winning an astounding 11 championships, 5 MVP awards and 12 All-Star appearances in his 13-year career. SEE ALSO: Town Wants To Change Its Expletive Name Along with his various accolades and still-prominent stature in the game, Russell also holds the […]
This year marks the 25 years since the death of 1986 NBA draft pick Len Bias, who overdosed on cocaine two days after being drafted to the Boston Celtics. Bias was said to rival the likes of Michael Jordan, and was expected to augment the Celtics dynasty before his untimely death. The Grio published an […]
The NBA fined Celtics center Shaquille O’Neal $35,000 Monday for public comments about the officiating following Boston’s 86-78 Christmas Day loss to the Magic in Orlando.
From BostonGlobe.com: Every night at bedtime, former Celtic Ray Williams locks the doors of his home: a broken-down 1992 Buick, rusting on a back street where he ran out of everything.
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