TAG: Cedric Maxwell

NBA / May 9, 2011 / 12:30 pm

Cedric Maxwell: If Shaq Were A Horse, He’d Be Glue

Shaquille O'Neal

If you’re in need of a brief NBA history lesson, Cedric Maxwell played eight seasons and won two championships with the Celtics – including MVP of the 1981 NBA Finals. Currently a radio analyst for WEEI in Boston, Maxwell – who played until he was 32 – had some strong words to say about the return of 39-year-old Shaquille O’Neal in Game 3. Read More »

NBA / Nov 29, 2010 / 2:00 pm

Clash of the Titans (and Texans): 5 Memorable NBA Brawls

Carmelo Anthony

Considering the violent and aggressive nature of football — American football, that is — it’s a wonder you don’t see more incidents like the brawl between Houston Texans receiver Andre Johnson and Tennessee Titans cornerback Cortland Finnegan that stole NFL headlines yesterday. The main reason? Helmets. If you noticed, Johnson and Finnegan didn’t really start throwing blows until they had each ripped off the other’s protective headgear.

NBA players don’t have to worry about breaking their hand on a plastic shell, which automatically makes for more fights in their sport. But for the most part, basketball players can’t fight. Here are the good, the bad and the ugly of some NBA brawls that stick out in my memory: Read More »

NBA, The NBA's 30 Best Go-To Players / Nov 17, 2010 / 12:30 pm

Ranking the NBA’s 30 Go-To Guys (#10: Tim Duncan)

Tim Duncan

Who do you want your offense to run through with the game on the line? Counting down from 30th to 1st (one per team), I’ve ranked the League’s go-to guys…

TIM DUNCAN, San Antonio Spurs You know how I know Duncan is old? Justifying his spot as a Top-10 clutch performer in the NBA isn’t as tough as justifying his spot as the No. 1 option on the Spurs. Read More »