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The best Boston Celtics podcast on the web, Celtics Beat is released every Sunday, 52 weeks of the year - with no exceptions. Host Adam Kaufman provides some of the most insightful analysis on all things Boston Celtics and the NBA. And no other podcast covering the Celtics on the web delivers some of the most well-known and respected personalities both in and outside the NBA as Celtics Beat does. New episodes are available for download every Sunday at iTunes and Stitcher. Episodes are also available OnDemand at http://www.clnsmedia.com and the CLNS Mobile App.

Celtics Beat CLNS Media Network

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    • 4.9, 441 Ratings

The best Boston Celtics podcast on the web, Celtics Beat is released every Sunday, 52 weeks of the year - with no exceptions. Host Adam Kaufman provides some of the most insightful analysis on all things Boston Celtics and the NBA. And no other podcast covering the Celtics on the web delivers some of the most well-known and respected personalities both in and outside the NBA as Celtics Beat does. New episodes are available for download every Sunday at iTunes and Stitcher. Episodes are also available OnDemand at http://www.clnsmedia.com and the CLNS Mobile App.

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
441 Ratings

441 Ratings

jbananas14 ,

Love the podcast, esp. AK

Great podcast, love the 52 week hustle, and Adam’s approach to engaging guests / driving interesting debate. With that said...

Whenever Evan hosts the show, he talks 3x more than the actual guest, and it often comes off as an unstructured stream of consciousness. A lot of words used, but often difficult to pinpoint what he actually said. It’s tough to listen to.

I’d encourage Evan to leave it to his guests more often. Just because you don’t say as much personally isn’t a bad thing. Fewer, more impactful interjections

Chris Penn (Sterns) ,

Great C’s Pod

Hope the Celts get point guards
Rondo or Rubio

kdbwell88 ,

Major Audio Problems and why Sunday only?

I wish that the major inconsistencies in audio quality would be taken care of, it seems like a no brainer for an audio only product to have decent audio. The difference in levels between ads and interviews is often really jarring, and a lot of times I can’t understand or hear the guests on the show.
I often times find that the information on the pod is already dated and old by the time they release it on Sundays because they mostly do the interviews during the week. This makes a lot of the conjecturing and predictions on the pod completely useless by the time you listen. The point of this medium is to be able to release long form more in depth conversations as soon as you want, and they do not take advantage of this at all. This shouldn’t be released on Sundays like a TV broadcast schedule - let’s join the 21st century and put the content out as soon as it’s produced!

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