Sean Grande joined Toucher & Rich on Monday morning to discuss the future of the Boston Celtics.
Toucher & Rich talked to the radio voice of the Celtics, Sean Grande, following the team’s 113-100 loss to Cleveland in Game 1 of the opening round series.
Five games to go for the 2014-15 Boston Celtics and they’re in control of their own fate for the eighth and final playoff spot in the East.
Today is the fifth time the Celtics have been the opening act for a Patriots Super Bowl.
A funny thing is happening out here the last week. The Celtics are winning. Out West.
This isn’t just the return of Rajon Rondo. It’s the end of the era. The last goodbye.
Kevin Garnett plays likely his final game in Boston on Friday as the Nets visit TD Garden.
Is anyone on the Celtics current roster untouchable? Sean Grande says that world does not exist in Danny Ainge’s world.
Sean Grande had a front row seat for Rajon Rondo’s 8 1/2 years on the Boston Celtics, a ride that had plenty of ups and downs.
Sean Grande is in the minority when it comes to Carmelo Anthony, but he thinks Melo would look great in green.