The Boston Globe’s Bob Ryan joined Marty Tirrell to talk about the NBA Playoffs and the Celtics’ refusal to go quietly in New York.
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Bob Ryan of the Boston Globe joined Marty Tirrell to react to the first round of the NFL draft last night; also some discussion about Derek Jeter.
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Tagged Bob Ryan, boston celtics, boston red sox, Brooklyn nets, Calling All Sports, chicago bulls, david ortiz, Derek Jeter, derrick rose, Geno Smith, kevin garnett, Marty Tirrell, MLB, NBA, nba playoffs, NFL, nfl draft, paul pierce, Yahoo Sports Radio
Former NBA guard and analyst Greg Anthony joins Terry Ford to discuss the latest headlines in the NBA including Carmelo Anthony’s post game reaction to Kevin Garnett.
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Tagged carmelo anthony, celtics, Greg Anthony, kevin garnett, knicks, NBA, Terry Ford, Yahoo Sports Radio
Ball Don’t Lie’s Eric Freeman explains why he thinks the Golden State Warriors are for real, and what dangers could possibly derail them.
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Tagged ball don't lie, basketball, golden state warriors, john harris, kevin garnett, kevin mchale, la lakers, NBA, steph curry, Yahoo! Sports
Kelly Dwyer of Yahoo! Sports’ Ball Don’t Lie Blog reacts to the Boston Celtics critical win against the Miami Heat in Game 5, and how things will play out of the Heat get eliminated.
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Tagged Ball Don't Lie Blog, boston celtics, Eastern Conference Finals, Erik Spolestra, john harris, Kelly Dwyer, kevin garnett, miami heat, overnight takeover, Yahoo Sports Radio, Yahoo! Sports
Chris Mannix of Sports Illustrated talks about the Celtics being close to getting back in the Eastern Conference Finals.
Chicago Bulls PF Brian Scalabrine talks about the will and determination the Celtics have after fighting throughout the NBA Playoffs.
Tommy Beer of HoopsWorld.com talks about the future of the Lakers against the Thunder and franchise, if the Heat can move onto the NBA Playoffs without Chris Bosh, who might win the Eastern Conference, and many more.
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Atlanta Hawks PxP personnel Steve Holman reflects on game two between the Celtics and the Hawks, and how Paul Pierce stepped up without Rajon Rondo on the floor.
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Tagged Bill Laimbeer, bogus foul, Celtics-Lakers Finals, frozen Knicks envelope, Grizzlies, kareem Abdul-Jabbar, kevin garnett, NBA, NBA fixed, NBA post-season, Pacers, Patrick Ewing, pau gasol, Tim Donaghy, timberwolves, Wayman Tisdale