I have been an avid basketball fan my entire life.
Following the NBA and the Boston Celtics for 25 years, I have lived through the prime and retirements of Larry Bird, Magic Johnson, and Michael Jordan.
I have fond memories of Doctor J. and Kareem Abdul-Jabbar’s retirement tours.
I have sad recollections of the demise of the Celtics organization in the post Larry Bird Era and I have gripping memories of the resurrection of the organization in 2008.
I started writing about the NBA in April of 2009. The media coverage of LeBron James’ MVP announcement drove me to insanity. It particularly aggravated me that the media constantly made everything LeBron historic and legendary.
For a player not yet to win a title, in my opinion, these comparison were insulting to the NBA legends that came before him.
I published the LeBron article on my Facebook notes page and it received a great response. The comments were flooding in.
At that point I thought, "maybe I have something here…"
Check out my first ever article
LeBron James: 2009 NBA MVP, Lets Leave History Out of This
After the surprising response to my first article, I decided to start a blog. Originally named The Boston Celtics News Station, the first few posts were rough and received little online exposure.
As time wore on, my readership grew and today, the newly dubbed North Station Sports has grown at a shocking pace.
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