Comcast SportsNet’s Gary Tanguay joined 98.5 The Sports Hub’s Toucher & Rich to discuss the Celtics losing in Game 7, what players could be staying and which might be leaving and what this team might look like next season.
Gary Tanguay of Comcast SportsNet joined Toucher & Rich to discuss the Celtics Game 5 win, the use of Chris Bosh, Doc Rivers and what team out of the West is the most favorable matchup for the Celtics?
Gary Tanguay of Comcast SportNet joined Felger and Massarotti to talk some Boston Celtics and the Eastern Conference Finals against the Miami Heat.
Gary Tanguay of Comcast SportsNet joined Felger and Massarotti in studio to talk some Boston Celtics, last nights 82-75 Game 6 loss, and Saturday nights Game 7 versus the Philadelphia 76ers.
The Celtics had the chance to close out their series with the Philadelphia 76ers, but the C’s didn’t show up and must now a Game 7. Comcast SportsNet’s Gary Tanguay joined Toucher & Rich to talk about the bad performance in the Game Six loss, Saturday’s Game Seven and the loss of Avery Bradley.
T&R decided to grab a few excerpts from Fifty Shades of Grey and enlisted the help of Gary Tanguay and his lovely pipes for a game. Your job in this one is to guess whether the scene Tanguay read is from the book or a work of his own fantasy.
With Paul Pierce limited by an MCL sprain, CSNNE’s Gary Tanguay said the Celtics should try and change “The Truth’s” game for Game 3 in Philadelphia.
Felger and Gasper were joined by Gary Tanguay of Comcast SportsNet to talk some Boston Celtics playoffs and the recent report of Josh Beckett golfing on his off day after being scratched from a start.
The Celtics failed to close out their first round series against the Hawks on Tuesday night in Atlanta. Comcast SportsNet’s Gary Tanguay joined 98.5 The Sports Hub’s Toucher & Rich to discuss how banged up this Celtics team really is, Al Horford and Rajon Rondo.
Gary Tanguay joined Toucher and Rich Friday morning to talk about the Celtics silence at the trade deadline, and what the deal is with center Jermaine O’Neal.