Steve Weinman

  • joined Jul 15, 2008
  • last login Apr 15, 2014
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Oscar the Grouch's alter ego.

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Wait, is that Greg Payne's entrance music?


Why yes, yes it is. Greg makes his debut at ESPN Boston with a post highlighting the efforts of Marquis Daniels, one of last night's few bright spots for the Celtics.

The Babble Signs Off...For Now


CelticsBlog's Daily Babble signs off for the summer.

Looking Back At the Green's Midseason Pickups


The Daily Babble assesses the Celtics' midseason pickups of Mikki Moore and Stephon Marbury.

No Avoiding Praising Rafer This Time


Rafer Alston came up big in Game 4 of the Eastern Conference Finals.

Energetic Bench Propels Nugs To Even WCFs


The Nuggets' bench dominated Game 4 of the Western Conference Finals.

Four Pair Swing Makes the Difference In Orlando


LeBron and D12 headed in opposite directions at the foul line in the fourth quarter in Game 3 of Cavs-Magic.

Three Subplots From the Bronstrosity Game


Three fun subplots from Round 2 of the Magic-Cavs bout.

The Most Quotable Man of the 2009 NBA Playoffs


Ron Artest: Most quotable man of the 2009 NBA Playoffs

Ariza's Decision-Making Impresses In Loss


Trevor Ariza made smart decisions with the basketball in Game 2 of the Western Conference Finals.

The Dream Year and the Expectations Leap


CelticsBlog's Daily Babble considers just how much the 2007-08 season revolutionized the expectations of Celtics fans.

TNT Will Know Little Drama In ECFs


CelticsBlog's Eastern Conference Finals preview

Expect Nugs To Put Up Fight, Fall Short


CelticsBlog's Western Conference Finals preview.

Green Done In By Lanky Point Forward


Hedo Turkoglu brought his A-game to seal the end of the Celtics' 2008-09 season.

Ten Truths About the Orlando Magic


Ten truths about the Orlando Magic

On D12, Perk, Skippy Clutch and the Rest of Game 6


Celtics-Magic: Game 6 notes

Miserable Ball Movement Forces Another Game 7


The Celtics' inability to move the basketball cost them Game 6 in Orlando.

On Dwight Howard At the Offensive End


CelticsBlog assesses Dwight Howard's strengths and weaknesses at the offensive end.

Celts Seal a Gutty Win the 50-50 Way


The Celtics pulled out Game 5 against the Magic due in no small part to their control of loose balls late in the game.

Mikki, The Truth and Other Game 4 Rumblings


CelticsBlog's Daily Babble offers a variety of notes on Sunday's thrilling Game 4 between the Celts and Magic.

The Infant and the Jumper


The Infuriated Infant plays hero as the Celtics take Game 4 in Orlando.

Boxed Out: Season Finale


Boxed Out: A weekly look at statistical oddities around the NBA

A Day For the Plus-Minus Master


Mother's Day at CelticsBlog!

Disgusting Defensive Display


The Celtics did an awful job at the defensive end in Friday's Game 3 loss to the Magic.

Facing the New-Look Game 3 Version of the Magic


CelticsBlog's Daily Babble breaks down the new-look Magic with Courtney Lee returning from injury and Rafer Alston suspended for Game 3 against the Celtics.

Rafer Will Sit


Suspended for Game 3.

Move Ball, Score Baskets


Great ball movement keyed the Celtics' blowout victory in Game 2 against Orlando on Wednesday.

Will We See the Fight-a-Dwight?


Will Doc Rivers use Mikki Moore's six fouls to force Dwight Howard to the stripe?

The Redheaded Utility Man


Brian Scalabrine gave the Celtics quality minutes off the bench in the green's Game 1 loss to Orlando.

Picking the Semis


CelticsBlog's Daily Babble previews the second round of the NBA playoffs.

Two Home Debacles


Boxed Out: A weekly look at statistical oddities around the NBA

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