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You might've heard the story, but you've never heard it like this. Celtics Insiders Marc D'Amico, Sean Grande and Abby Chin take you behind the scenes for the first and only official Boston Celtics podcast. If you want to connect to Celtics stories and Legends like you never have before, you're in the right spot.

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You might've heard the story, but you've never heard it like this. Celtics Insiders Marc D'Amico, Sean Grande and Abby Chin take you behind the scenes for the first and only official Boston Celtics podcast. If you want to connect to Celtics stories and Legends like you never have before, you're in the right spot.

    SOUND OFF: Celtics Honor Mike Gorman, Playoff Seeds Are Set, and Payton Pritchard Looks Like an All-Star

    SOUND OFF: Celtics Honor Mike Gorman, Playoff Seeds Are Set, and Payton Pritchard Looks Like an All-Star

    Sound off with us on the NBA’s Eastern Conference Playoff seeding being set, Mike Gorman being honored at his final regular-season home game, and how lucky the Boston Celtics are to have a Stay Ready Group that crushed another opponent, this time the Washington Wizards. Payton Pritchard looked like an All-Star for the second straight game and joined Larry Bird, John Havlicek and Bob Cousy as the only Celtics to log back-to-back double-doubles of at least 30 points and 10 assists. We also discuss Svy Mykhailiuk, Luke Kornet and Neemias Queta playing at a high level.
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    • 24 min
    SOUND OFF: Payton Pritchard, Luke Kornet Shine as Celtics Reserves Blow Out the Hornets

    SOUND OFF: Payton Pritchard, Luke Kornet Shine as Celtics Reserves Blow Out the Hornets

    We’re sounding off after an unexpected blowout of the Charlotte Hornets by a Boston Celtics team that rested the entirety of its top six players Friday night, including Jayson Tatum and Jaylen Brown. But no starters, no problem, as the reserves came in and dominated behind Payton Pritchard and Luke Kornet. Kornet teamed up with Neemias Queta for a new Twin Towers duo, and now all of Celtics Nation is bursting with positivity again following Thursday night’s loss to the New York Knicks at TD Garden. We discuss the Celtics finishing the season without ever losing three straight games, as well as the looming winner-take-all Game 3 on Monday night for the Maine Celtics, whose top four players delivered strong performances for Boston during this game against Charlotte.
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    • 20 min
    SOUND OFF: Jalen Brunson Leads Convincing Knicks Win Over Celtics

    SOUND OFF: Jalen Brunson Leads Convincing Knicks Win Over Celtics

    It’s time to sound off on a Celtics loss to the Knicks that featured an uninspiring performance from the top of the rotation, and an uplifting ending from the Stay Ready Group. Boston trailed by 31 points to the New York Knicks heading into the fourth quarter before storming back to make it a nine-point game at the final horn. We’re diving into some of the struggles from Jayson Tatum and Co., Payton Pritchard and Co. saving the day when it comes to net rating, the Celtics tying a season high in blocked shots, Jalen Brunson looking like a top-six MVP candidate, and why these last two games shouldn’t impact your view of the Celtics as the postseason nears.
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    • 16 min
    SOUND OFF: Bucks Give Celtics A Dose of Their Own Offensive Medicine

    SOUND OFF: Bucks Give Celtics A Dose of Their Own Offensive Medicine

    Time to sound off on the Milwaukee Bucks coming out of the gates red-hot Tuesday night as they looked like the Boston Celtics typically do at the offensive end of the floor. Brook Lopez, Giannis Antetokounmpo, Damian Lillard and the Bucks shot a ridiculous 74% from the field and 80% from long range during the first quarter. Boston did make a run during the second half as the Celtics found their rhythm, but they didn’t have enough to pull off the comeback. Still, Joe Mazzulla walks away with his entire team at full health and in rhythm, while the Bucks can’t say the same. We have the latest on Bucks superstar Giannis Antetokounmpo and his scary non-contact leg injury that led to him exiting the game late in the third quarter.
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    • 17 min
    SOUND OFF: Jaylen Brown Reaches 10k Points and Boston’s Reserves Close Out 62nd Win of Season

    SOUND OFF: Jaylen Brown Reaches 10k Points and Boston’s Reserves Close Out 62nd Win of Season

    We’re sounding off on Jaylen Brown reaching 10,000 career points and Boston’s bench, led by Payton Pritchard, taking care of business in the fourth quarter against Portland’s starters. Brown finished with 26 points to lead the Celtics in a 124-107 win over Portland, and for the second straight game, Joe Mazzulla handed the reins to his bench crew to handle the fourth quarter. This time they not only maintained Boston’s lead against the other team’s starters, but they expanded it. This is two nights after they nearly gave away a 19-point lead against the Sacramento Kings, so as we discuss, Mazzulla’s coaching decisions are clearly leading to improved results.
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    • 27 min
    SOUND OFF: Celtics Backups Secure Win Amid Crunch Time Chaos vs. Kings Starters

    SOUND OFF: Celtics Backups Secure Win Amid Crunch Time Chaos vs. Kings Starters

    It’s time to sound off in a wild final sequence that left the Boston Celtics with a 101-100 win over the Sacramento Kings thanks to a game-winning floater from none other than Xavier Tillman Sr. That’s right, the big man came up with the game-winning shot with 7.4 seconds left after Sacramento had erased a 19-point deficit and taken a one-point lead with 27 seconds left. This was after Joe Mazzulla rode with his bench players for the entirety of crunch time against Sacramento, while the Kings were using all of their starters. Tillman Sr. gave the Celtics the win, but Payton Pritchard was the guy who made the team tick all night long. We dive into his recent stretch of high-level ball and his team-best 21 points against Sacramento, and dissect Mazzulla’s decision to ride his reserves in crunch time.
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    • 17 min

Customer Reviews

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116 Ratings

116 Ratings

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High quality podcast

Probably the best produced celtics podcast with the best guests. Every celtics fan should add it to their list.

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Celtics Podcast

Best podcast on the internet. Most authoritative Celtic podcast with best guests. Abby Chin rocks it as a host, too!

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