98.5 The Sports Hub’s Toucher & Rich spoke with Tommy Heinsohn about this Celtics-Heat series, the officiating and Rajon Rondo’s stellar performance in Game Two. Imagine Heinsohn calling these last two games with the Miami Heat and what he would have been saying about the officiating.
With the absence of Tommy Heinsohn and Mike Gorman T&R wondered if there wasn’t a local voice that people could stream on their computers and turn down the sound on their televisions. What about Adolfo?
The Celtics won their fourth game in a row Wednesday night when they beat the Atlanta Hawks 88-86 in overtime. If you watched the game you might have been upset with all the foul calls that went against the C’s and Tommy Heinsohn was right there with you.
The Celtics have their own version of “Moneyball.”
Adam Kaufman submits his 2012 Holiday Wish list for Boston Sports with a little bit of pop culture sprinkled in.
Celtics great Bill Russell said he was “a little uneasy” about getting his own statue, but is all for it as long as it helps kids in the mentoring program.
Felger & Massarotti continued the day talking about the hometown announcers. Should the hometown announcers be “homers”?
Mike Gorman spoke with Toucher & Rich about 30 years of play by play with the Boston Celtics and Tommy Heinsohn.
Celtics legend Tommy Heinsohn joined the D.A. show to discuss his 30 years in the broadcast booth.
On this hour: The NBA’s new technical foul rules, Tommy Heinsohn on the brink of insanity, and Bob Beers calls in to talk Bruins.