When Danny Ainge was a player, nobody ever questioned his “grit” or “burning fire” to win. Yet, I’m not sure that anybody predicted him to instill such a ruthless demeanor into his same goals as a GM. In 2008, Danny Ainge pulled off what many...
Dear Mr.LeBron James, Pull up a chair, grab some Dippin Dots and maybe a Gatorade, because we have something to talk through. First off, I dearly pity the Cleveland Cavaliers. Left in the dust with a spotty Kevin Love and a sporadic Collin Sexton to...
The biggest question circulating the league now is “Where will LeBron James play next season?” It is reported that he is going to consider seven teams when it’ll come to make this decision, such as the Los Angeles Lakers, the Houston Rockets, the Miami Heat, and the Cleveland Cavaliers.
The NBA season is officially over and now we turn our attention to free agency and the future. FPC's Evan Singleton tells us why Celtics fans should not worry about Kyrie Irving. He will be in Boston long term.
The Golden State Warriors have held home court, taking down the Cavaliers 122-103. Golden State took control early in the first and never relinquished it. The Warriors shot very well and played excellent defense early, limiting Cleveland's attack.
The Golden State Warriors came out on top of the Cavaliers in overtime, 124-114, in what is flat out one of the most appalling finishes to any NBA finals game ever. Nobody gave Cleveland any chance in this series. Everyone expected the Warriors to run them out of the building but that simply wasn't the case.
Ben Detrick of the Ringer released one of the most peculiar NBA stories in quite some time. The GM has apparently using five different Twitter accounts to criticize his players and disclose private information regarding his players' health and trades. The players that the...
We have one of the most exciting playoff scenes in quite some time on our hands here. Which Western team will reach the NBA finals? Where does this accomplishment rank among LeBron's best and how does it help his legacy? The FPC NBA staff answers these questions in this article.
LeBron James and the Cavaliers defeated the Celtics tonight, 87-79. They handed Boston their first home loss of the postseason and the most costly one at that. This was a gritty, scrappy, physical low scoring defensive battle.
The Celtics were poised to celebrate a resounding upset win against the Cavaliers in a closeout road game Friday night. That celebration will be put on ice as they were stopped in their tracks by a freight train named Lebron.
After taking a commanding 2-0 lead over the Cleveland Cavaliers, many saw an imminent sweep. Heading back to Boston, where the Celtics haven't lost a game, Boston looks to regain control. Will LeBron James prevail again? The FPC NBA staff answers this pressing question in this roundtable discussion.
Labeled as possibly the worst team LeBron has ever played for, the 2018 Cavaliers are no super team. It has been LeBron James' heroic efforts that have carried them this far, but even with these efforts, are the Cavaliers a legitimate threat in the finals?
The Celtics dominated LeBron James and the Cavaliers in game one. We have seen LeBron win series's by himself but how concerned should the Cavaliers be after game one?
After a 4-0 sweep at the hands of the Cleveland Cavaliers, the Raptors have fired head coach Dwayne Casey. In the matter of four playoff games, Casey went from a coach of the year frontrunner to out of a job. What went wrong and was this the right choice? Spoiler alert, the Raptors made an excellent decision.
Welcome to the daily Full Court Press playoff edition, where we recap all of the day’s NBA action. Check back every night if you missed any NBA action and come back tomorrow for more NBA playoff fun. May 3, 2018 Cleveland Cavaliers vs Toronto Raptors Three days ago,...
After a slow start with Ryan Fitzpatrick under center, Jameis Winston provided a spark in the second quarter and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers began...
It's happened again. Once again, one of baseball's superstar talents got put in harms way after being hit by a 98 mile per hour...
Red Sox slugger J.D. Martinez slugged his 36th and 37th home runs on Saturday as he made an emphatic case for American League MVP honors.
On this week's episode, Big Jim Murray of 98.5 The Sports Hub in Boston joins Steve and Chris to talk Red Sox baseball and much more.