Saturday’s edition of Celtics @ 7 asked fans and followers of the Celtics how supportive they will be if the C’s endure a second trying season of their rebuild.
Saturday’s edition of “Celtics @ 7″ opened with a recap of a relatively busy news week for the C’s, highlighted by the addition of swingman Evan Turner. Host Adam Kaufman discussed the pros and cons of the signing and what this means for the team going forward as the influx of bodies continues.
Saturday’s edition of “Celtics @ 7″ explored a deeper, more balanced Eastern Conference and how the C’s fit in. Host Adam Kaufman argued the Celts are just one big move away from competing and even contending in a crowded conference that lacks a clear favorite but, unfortunately, that acquisition appears more unlikely by the day.
On “Celtics at 7″, host Adam Kaufman delved into the local issue: How does the King’s move affect the C’s? In short, Kaufman says it’s not good; not at all.
aturday’s “Celtics @ 7″ focused on the areas to keep an eye on and players to watch with the team down in Orlando. Host Adam Kaufman also addressed shooting guard Avery Bradley’s new contract, a 4-year, $32 million deal, which he considers to be an overpay.
The All Star point guard is reportedly seeking a $100 million deal.
In the wake of Thursday’s NBA Draft, Saturday morning’s “Celtics @ 7″ was extended to a special two-hour edition!
Adam Kaufman welcomed in WFAN Radio host Joe Benigno from New York to breakdown Carmelo Anthony’s future with the Knicks and the potential of him coming to Boston.
On Saturday’s “Celtics @ 7″, host Adam Kaufman addressed the trade rumors and explored how realistic they are, along with whether the rumblings would even be a good thing for the C’s.
BOSTON (CBS) – The latest edition of “Celtics @ 7″ addressed team president Danny Ainge’s drafting abilities in his time in Boston since 2003. Host Adam Kaufman feels Ainge has a very good track record […]