The Week in Review

The Week in Review

Red's Army

The Week in Review


For those not checking the site 10 times daily, here are the high and low points from this week:

Stephon Marbury streams 24 hours of his life live on the web. Deep. Really deep. KG is working with General Mills on a super-charged Wheaties and Paul Pierce is flashing the bling and/or gang signs. We learn that Danny Ainge is a big believer in nepotism.

Red's Army gets denied access to the final round of auditions for Celtics dancers. Fortunately, we found this video clip of the bikini competition. New to our photo galleries – Erin Andrews (minus the peephole). The best thing about the ESPYs? Marisa Miller.

In player news, we're told the Marquis Daniels signing will finally happen. We float the notion of Jamaal Tinsley wearing green. We learned the Nets might be interested in Glen Davis, and the Pistons nixed a BBD for Jason Maxiell multi-player trade.

The LeBitch dunk video finally hits the web. We are all underwhelmed. We wonder, who is the bigger diva – Mariah Carey or LBJ? Shaq – the man hitching his wagon to James – cares more about reality TV than winning a title.

There's another wild and wacky "The Two Man Game" call-in show – with guests Tom of Indy Cornrowns and Jeff of CelticsBlog.

And most importantly, my wife uncorked my bottle of Celtics wine.

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