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Celtics Stuff Live | The Original Boston Celtics Podcast

Celtics Stuff Live was the original live interactive webcast produced specifically for Celtics fans. The show originally aired for two hours every Sunday night and featured regular and prominent guests such as Mike Gorman, Sean Grande, Steve Bulpett, Marc Spears, Peter Vecsey, Mark Murphy, Scott Souza, Kelly Dwyer and Gary Tanguay and broadcast on CelticsBlog.com. Justin Poulin was one of the first members of the internet media to be credentialed with access to the locker room. After effectively retiring in early 2012, Celtics Stuff Live returns with Jon Duke and Justin Poulin featuring the interviews and expert analysis that listeners came to expect from the show in the Danny Ainge era. Now broadcasting on CLNS radio, Celtic Stuff Live is back! ---- CLNS Radio is an Boston-based, online, sports radio station that broadcasts some of the most well known sports radio shows in the country. *For booking or advertising inquiries, please contact the North Station Media business offices at info@clnsradio.com North Station Media also offers a comprehensive podcast university. or more information, contact the NSM business offices at nickg@clnsradio.com
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Mar 29, 2016

Jimmy Toscano from CSNNE joins Justin and Jon for this week's episode of Celtics Stuff Live.  We looked at the past week with four wins straight, the improved play of Amir Johnson and the increasingly positive contributions of Evan Turner in Jae Crowder's absence.  We didn't stop there however, as Lebron James has provided some cumulative material that should have the fans in Cleveland sweating.  There was some controversy in Boston a s well, with Bob Ryan all ready to give up on Marcus Smart and his future with the Celtics.  Jon and Justin ended the show agreeing to agree on Smart being deserving of more time before closing the book on a 22-year old with less than 2 years of NBA experience.

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