By MyFM's Jake Archer - Is it just me, or was last night's 96-83 Celtics win in Game 5 of the Eastern Conference kind of...boring? I don't know what it was, but that game just didn't have the juice that most of the others have had thus far in the playoffs. Read more.
By MyFM's Jake Archer - There are many acceptable reactions to have after watching last night's 111-102 Celtics loss in Game 4 of the Eastern Conference Finals. Want to blame Brad Stevens for having two mediocre games in a row? Read more.
By MyFM's Jake Archer - It took one game longer than we had hoped a few days ago, but we can't get greedy. The Celtics finished off a gentleman's sweep of the preposterously overrated Philadelphia 76ers last night in Boston, 114-112. Read more.
By MyFM's Jake Archer - Were the Celtics really going to pull off a sweep of the heavily favored 76ers? Could they actually have them so rattled that they'd win another game on the road to close them out? Read more.
By MyFM's Jake Archer - It's about time the NBA world starts respecting the Boston Celtics. After picking up two impressive wins at home to start the series, the C's were still nine point underdogs in Game 3 yesterday. Read more.
By MyFM's Jake Archer - If you wanted to talk about two of the most exciting teams on the rise in the NBA, you'd probably start the conversation with the Boston Celtics and the Philadelphia 76ers. Read more.
By MyFM's Jake Archer - This was the game I knew should happen in this series. The Celtics protected home court and moved out to a 2-0 series lead over the Milwaukee Bucks on Tuesday night with a 120-106 beating. Read more.
By MyFM's Jake Archer - The Boston Celtics finished up the regular season the other night with a 110-97 win over the lowly Brooklyn Nets. Despite resting Al Horford, Jaylen Brown, Jayson Tatum, Terry Rozier and Marcus Morris, the Celtics still found a way to get their 55th Read more.
By MyFM's Jake Archer - It's dangerous to get into a lull before the playoffs start by sitting back and cruising in. It's going a little too far to say the remaining games don't matter for a team that has the second seed wrapped up. Read more.
By MyFM's Jake Archer - The Boston College men's basketball team is set to lose their two best players as both Jerome Robinson and Ky Bowman have announced their intentions to enter the 2018 NBA Draft. Read more.
By MyFM's Jake Archer - After taking down the Toronto Raptors within the last week, the Celtics traveled up north to see if they could duplicate their performance and draw closer in the Eastern Conference standings. Read more.
By MyFM's Jake Archer - The Celtics couldn't quite pull out a win in Milwaukee on Tuesday night as they were bested by the Bucks 106-102. Boston was even more shorthanded then usual as Shane Larkin was out with an illness and Terry Rozier was missing because of a sprained Read more.
By MyFM's Jake Archer - There must be something about injury riddled contenders who play at the TD Garden this year. After the Bruins finally hunted down the Tampa Bay Lightning and took first place last week, the Celtics needed to follow suit and continue their chase of the Toronto Raptors with a win. Read more.
By MyFM's Jake Archer - After a long layoff, we'll finally have college basketball back tomorrow night. The 2018 Final Four is set and it'll feature some intriguing matchups between an interesting group of teams. Read more.
By MyFM's Jake Archer - The Boston Celtics had another clutch moment this season, as Jaylen Brown banged home a three-pointer with 0.1 seconds left to give the team a 97-94 win over the Utah Jazz. Read more.
By MyFM's Jake Archer - The Boston Celtics played a little bit of an uneven game on Monday night in Phoenix. Brad Stevens was furious with how his team was playing and there wasn't much for excuse for Boston to be in a tight game with a ridiculously bad Suns team, fatigue or not. Read more.
By MyFM's Jake Archer - Well, Kyrie Irving had the "minimally invasive procedure" on Saturday and afterwards, the news was both good and bad. After the surgery removed the "tension wire" in his knee, the Celtics said the timetable for his return is 3-6 weeks. Read more.
By MyFM's Jake Archer - Last night's games played out like the previous night, in that I went 2-2 in picks. I was an even 50% during the Sweet Sixteen, which I guess I'll take considering how most of this tournament has gone. Hopefully we can improve with the Elite Eight, so Read more.
By MyFM's Jake Archer - Walter McCarty has been a part of the Boston Celtics organization for a long, long time. He was a fan-favorite as a player, has done some work as an analyst and was recently an assistant coach with the team. Read more.
By MyFM's Jake Archer - I'm back with some Elite Eight picks for Saturday's games! I didn't run and hide because I got killed, instead I went 2-2 on my picks last night so I guess I can show my face. Read more.
By MyFM's Jake Archer - In almost every sport at every level, fans, coaches and players all have issues with how the officiating is done. We complain a lot about calls and if they have a big enough impact, we might stew on them and be talking about them months, or even years, later. Read more.
By MyFM's Jake Archer - There have been some smaller tidbits of Celtics news lately that I wanted to get to in a quick rundown rather than fleshing them out in a bunch of different articles. Read more.
By MyFM's Jake Archer - The Celtics are still undermanned and trying to tread water as the Eastern Conference's #2 seed. On Friday night, they picked up a win in Orlando over a bad Magic team but on Sunday, they got smoked by the Pelicans and Anthony Davis to end the road trip on a sour note. Read more.
By MyFM's Jake Archer- After a few days of considering options and getting second opinion, Celtics guard Marcus Smart has decided that he will indeed have surgery to repair a torn ligament in his thumb. Read more.
By MyFM's Jake Archer - The Celtics injury news just does not let up and today it got a little worse as Danny Ainge told a Boston radio station that Gordon Hayward had experienced a setback in his recovery from the gruesome fractured ankle he suffered on opening night. Read more.
By MyFM's Jake Archer - Don't freak out, Celtics fans. Kyrie Irving sat out of last night's tilt with the Chicago Bulls with a sore knee, but it seems the move was more precautionary then anything. Read more.
By MyFM's Jake Archer - The Boston Celtics are in a rut. This past weekend was supposed to be entertaining and fun both on and off the court as they faced two of the East's toughest teams and retired the number of a Celtics legend, Paul Pierce. Read more.
By MyFM's Jake Archer - The Celtics got Kyrie Irving and Marcus Morris back from injury just in time for a showdown with the Toronto Raptors, but that didn't stop Boston from getting smoked 111-91. Read more.
By MyFM's Jake Archer - Millis High School boys basketball snuck by Bellingham on Wednesday night by a score of 43-41. The Mohawks were able to hold on for the win against their Tri-Valley League opponent after taking an 11-point lead into the fourth quarter. Read more.
By MyFM’s Jake Archer – The Boston Celtics are having a phenomenal year so far and quite a bit of that has to do with the emergence of second year shooting guard Jaylen Brown. In a game in which they blew a twenty point lead heading into the fourth quarter and Read more.
By MyFM's Jake Archer - The possibilities were endless for the Boston Celtics last night at the 2017 NBA Draft. Of course, as I’ve gotten used to at this point, not much happened despite great expectations. Chicago star Jimmy Butler got traded to Minnesota in a deal that... Read more.
By MyFM's Jake Archer - My head is honestly spinning as I start to write this because the NBA offseason has driven me over the edge. It’s just chaos on top of chaos and while I love it, I don’t even really know how to get my thoughts together for this article. There is... Read more.
By MyFM's Jake Archer - What a wild weekend for Celtics fans it was. It started with the wild news on Friday night that the C’s and Philadelphia 76ers were working on a trade involving the #1 overall pick. This was the same top pick that Celtics fans had been waiting on... Read more.
The Boston College men’s basketball team had to go to Cameron Indoor Stadium in Durham, North Carolina to face off with a Duke team that is ranked eighth in the nation on Saturday. The Eagles got down early but battled back against a Blue Devil team that lost forward... Read more.
Live on WMRC, two of the top teams in the Dual Valley conference dueled it out as the Hopedale Blue Raiders took on the Nipmuc Warriors. The Blue Raiders shut down the Nipmuc offense in the 1st quarter as they outscored the Warriors 11-4. Junior, Brian Espanet dropped... Read more.
By WMRC's Tom Nappi - In the quarter finals of the Central Division 1 bracket, the 2nd seeded 17 and 5 Franklin Panthers took down the 7th seeded 12 and 8 Wachusett Moutaineers 44-35. The first quarter was sloppy offensively but defensively was a turnover battle... Read more.
By WMRC's Tom Nappi - The Hopkinton Hillers Boys Varsity Basketball team bettered their playoff seeding by beating Medway 69-58. Both the 11 and 9 Hopkinton Hillers and the 9 and 9 Medway Mustangs have already clinched playoff spots but both teams know increasing the... Read more.
By WMRC's Tom Nappi - The Millis Mohawks improved to 8 and 8 after taking down Medway last Friday Night 45-44. Medway fell to 8 and 7. More than half of the Tri-Valley League is in a race for a playoff spot and Millis broke a 3 game losing streak and made a statement... Read more.
For the second straight season the Franklin Panthers faced their arch rival Mansfield on the floor of the TD Garden. This time was all the sweeter however for Franklin as they handed Mansfield their first loss of the season and moved into a tie for first place... Read more.
The Franklin Panthers Girls Basketball team is now 6 and 1 after taking down 2 and 6 King Phillip 65-35 in a Hockomock Kelly-Rex matchup. The Franklin offense mixed with the intense relentless defensive pressure was just too much to handle for a young King Phillip... Read more.
The Franklin Panthers Boys Basketball team is now 6 and 2 after taking down 4 and 3 King Phillip 58-43 in a Hockomock Kelly-Rex matchup. The Franklin defense mixed with the inside presence of Senior Marcus Giese shut down King Phillip.
By WMRC's Tom Nappi - On Tuesday January 6th, The Sharon Eagles improved to 4 and 3 while knocking the Milford Scarlet Hawks down to 2 and 6 as they took the 68-49 victory. Milford entered the game without 2 of their top players, Junior Guard and Captain Dwight Anderson... Read more.
Marcus Giese was a sight to see last night for Franklin as he dropped 34 points on previously unbeaten Taunton. It took four overtimes to do it but the Panthers persevered to pull out the win 105-98. The level of play was high by both squads throughout the evening... Read more.
The Milford boys’ basketball team is back in action tonight to take on Sharon. Both teams are 1-3 in Hockomock Davenport Division. However Sharon has the better overall record at 3-3 while Milford is 2-5. Ton Nappi has your call from Milford gym at 6:20. Read more.
Draper gym was electric on Monday night as the Blue Raiders soared past previously unbeaten Sutton 54-44 in Dual Valley Conference action. With the win Hopedale improved to 5-1 overall and 2-1 in conference play. Brian Espanet made several of the key plays that led to the... Read more.
The Panthers boys’ basketball team was stunned Sunday afternoon at home by Catholic Memorial 79-53. Nothing went right for Franklin who had gotten used to blowing out other teams this season but instead experienced it themselves on Sunday. Franklin made a small run in the... Read more.
Senior Mike Giacobbe netted 14 of his 20 points in the second half as Medway snuck past Dover-Sherborn late on Friday for a big 59-58 road win. With the victory the Mustangs improved to 4-1 and are now in 2nd place behind unbeaten Westwood in the TVL standings... Read more.