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Locked On Celtics is a daily Boston Celtics podcast by Boston Sports Journal beat writer John Karalis. It's an inside look at the C's from a former professional basketball player who is at practices & games. Hear from players, call in to the voicemail line, and hear from some great guest hosts. It's the #1 podcast choice for Celtics fans. Part of the Locked On Podcast network.
 
You might've heard the story, but you've never heard it like this. Celtics Insiders Marc D'Amico, Sean Grande and Abby Chin take you behind the scenes for the first and only official Boston Celtics podcast. If you want to connect to Celtics stories and Legends like you never have before, you're in the right spot.
 
CLNS Media's Boston Celtics Newsfeed delivers instantaneous news and reports all in real time. In this news feed, you will receive quick hit audio reports, updates and instant analysis on the NBA's winningest franchise. Celtics Newsfeed is also the home to Celtics Roundtable and Josue Pavon's pre-game reports. Can't watch the game? No access to the newsroom? No problem. Subscribe now.
 
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The Celtics were pretty quiet on day 1 of free agency, but the rest of the league was pretty busy throwing money around, Kevin Durant's trade request was the most shocking part of the day, and it could be something that gives the Cetlics a chance to pounce on some needed bench help. John Karalis of Boston Sports Journal looks at how the C's can tak…
 
Adam and Will are joined by Keith Smith to dive into some key targets for the Celtics, what the team needs from a skillset standpoint, and discuss some veteran minimum guys who could help shore up the bench. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoicesSB Nation
 
No se terminó con el banner 18, pero si con muchas esperanzas, cerramos la temporada 8 del Podcast de Despacho Celtics con un análisis de lo que fue el primer año de Ime Udoka a cargo del equipo, los puntos altos, ¿Cuál es el siguiente paso? ¿Qué pueden traer los Celtics para ir en busca de la revancha?…
 
A common question after the Dejounte Murray trade between the San Antonio Spurs and Atlanta Hawks is whether the Cetlics could have gone for him at the trade deadline instead of Derrick White. John Karalis of Boston Sports Journal and Tom Westerholm of Boston.com discuss why they didn't, as well as how the Celtics might take advantage of the deal t…
 
Adam and Josh provide your primer for the remainder of the offseason. They first review the impact of the Celtics losing Lead Assistant Coach Will Hardy who Danny Ainge poached to be the new Head Coach of the Utah Jazz. Josh speaks from his experience on a coaching bench about the pros and cons of hiring a veteran head coach as a replacement and ho…
 
Will Hardy is becoming the head coach of the Utah Jazz, and but there's one other assistant coach on the Celtics bench who can be the biggest winner in this transaction. John Karalis of Boston Sports Journal and Tom Westerholm of Boston.com discuss that, John's preferrred TPE target, and Marcus Smart's comments about the Finals and him being the st…
 
Mailbag Monday was moved to Tuesday and this batch of questions mostly focused on Boston's failures in the Finals. John Karalis spins it all forward to see how these things that went wrong will color the way the team and the front office can fix the issues. Among the topics, trust and the turnovers, the short turnaround, bench help, and Boston's ho…
 
Adam and Greg discuss the recent rumors surrounding Jaylen Brown and Kevin Durant, and give their thoughts on why the deal shouldn't go ahead. They also touch on JD Davison's recent draft acquisitions. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoicesSB Nation
 
The Kyrie Irving saga has caused some people to take things in Brooklyn a step further and start speculating who might trade for Kevin Durant if he wants out. Would you trade Jaylen Brown (and someone else to make the money work) for Durant? John Karalis of Boston Sports Journal and Tom Westerholm of Boston.com discuss why they think it's appealing…
 
It was a quiet NBA draft for the Boston Celtics, who didn't move into the first round as some rumors suggested they might. Instead, they said that was too costly of a move, so they stuck with the 53rd pick and drafted JD Davison instead. John Karalis explains why Davison might have been the pick, and the wide range of possibilities for him, includi…
 
There are rumors starting to swirl involving the Boston Celtics, including some chatter that the Celtics might be poking around getting back into the first round in pursuit of LSU's Tari Eason. John Karalis gets into why that would be an interesting choice, but also very on brand for a team looking to fill its roster with versatile wing defenders. …
 
With the 2021-2022 season officially over, Josh and Mike try to regroup after the emotional rollercoaster of a year that *almost* led to Banner 18. Instead, Josh, Mike, and Celtics fans, players, coaches, and staff are collectively exhausted and ready to regroup. Josh and Mike give their quick reactions about the C’s run to the Finals, whether the …
 
Brad Stevens talked to the media Tuesday about a lot, including the fragile nature of teams and why the Celtics have to be careful about how they add to the team so as not to mess with the team's identity. John Karalis of Boston Sports Journal shares the clips of Brad Stevens addressing that, some of the team's specific needs, and the path of indiv…
 
The Boston Celtics are set up nicely to return to the NBA Finals, but this is a critical summer to make sure that happens. John Karalis of Boston Sports Journal is joined by Keith Smith to discuss the Celtics cap situation, the biggest question about Ime Udoka that will shape how Brad Stevens proceeds this summer, the ways the Celtics can get the k…
 
The offseason, sadly, is upon us, so we're diving into the mailbag to answer a few questions about Jayson Tatum, roster building, sports psychology, and more. John Karalis of Boston Sports Journal has the answers, and you can ask your own question at JohnKaralis.com/mailbag. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! PrizePicks Check out PrizePicks.com…
 
The Ultimate NBA Mock Draft 2022 begins as the Locked On NBA local experts make the pick for their teams. Kainani Stevens is joined by Rafael Barlowe & Richard Stayman from Locked On NBA Big Board to breakdown every pick. Audacy Experts Ryan McDonough, Jimmy Patsos, and more give their analysis along with the Locked On College hosts who covered the…
 
The Celtics lost Game 6 in familiar fashion to the Golden State Warriors. The turnovers burned them once again, and now the season is ove. John Karalis of Boston Sports Journal was at the Garden with the loss, the tough lessons the Celtics are learning, and an appreciatin of the team. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! PrizePicks Check out Priz…
 
Jay King and Jam Packard react to the Celtics offensive struggles in Game 5 and preview their Game 6 matchup against the Golden State Warriors in the NBA Finals Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesThe Athletic
 
The Celtics held practice and the team looked loose but focused. Are they in the right frame of mind heading into Game 6? John Karalis of Boston Sports Journal is joined by Abby Chin of NBC Sports Boston to discuss what they saw at practice, their confidence level, whether Boston can learn their hard lessons now rather than after a loss, and more. …
 
Adam and Greg explore the narratives surrounding the Boston Celtics after game 5 + where things went wrong, why they can still be fixed, and how this series has 7 games written all over it. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoicesSB Nation
 
The Celtics are on the verge of losing out on a championship, but all hope is not lost. There's a way to win Game 6, but it involves everyone forgetting a lot about the series and treating Game 5 like it was the Knicks loss in January. John Karalis of Boston Sports Journal gets into that, the fatigue that is very obviously an issue for Boston right…
 
The Boston Celtics first and fourth quarters were awful, and the Celtics fell apart after taking a lead on the Golden State Warriors. A Jordan Poole buzzer beater gave the Warriors the lead and the momentum, and Boston kept turning the ball over, but John Karalis of Boston Sports Journal explains why it's something Ime Udoka said after the game tha…
 
Celtics PRIDE: Raw & Uncut After Finals Game 5 This is a raw and uncut episode of Celtics Pride Podcast, immediately following Game 5 versus the Warriors in Golden State, the guys let their emotions out on all the topics of the hour. From the Celtics’ slow start in the first quarter - shooting a brisk 4-17 from the field (23%) in the first 10 minut…
 
A lot of the talk at practice on Sunday was about how the Celtics could defend Steph Curry better after his moster 43 point Game 4, but the Celtics didn't seem too worried about that. Instead, they were focused a lot more on their own offense as the most pressing issue to correct. John Karalis of Boston Sports Journal and Brian Robb of MassLive dis…
 
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