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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. NEW EPISODES MONDAY
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Now displaying: January, 2019
Jan 30, 2019
As if this Celtics was lacking for intrigue, this past week had it all for Celtics fans. Jon and Justin broke down the Celtics' effort against the Warriors in the Saturday primetime game and noted a pair of wing players who need to do more for the guys in green to be victorious in June. In the show's second half, the CSL guys went in deep on the Anthony Davis situation and the myriad of ways Brow's availability impacts the Celtics. From Kyrie's future to what a potential deal might look like to how the Celtics might look like with Anthony Davis in the fold.
 
For those who enjoy the outtakes, Jon and Justin looked to the week ahead (which includes Jon's trip to see the C's take on Charlotte on Wednesday) and provide a Super Bowl prediction.
Jan 22, 2019

Four wins in a row, including a great victory over the Raptors, were a tremendous lift for the inconsistent 2019 Celtics, but even this run of success was overshadowed last week. Jon and Justin looked at how the week moved from Jaylen Brown's plea for togetherness transformed into a pair of apologies from Kyrie: one to the team and another to Lebron James for being a twerp when they were both in Cleveland.  The subsequent 4 game win streak over some peppy teams like the Hawks and Heat who don't roll over easily. Maybe, just maybe, they've turned the corner.

Before wrapping the show, Jon and Justin looked ahead to the matchup with the Warriors on Saturday night in Boston. Boogie is back, the Warriors are looking as strong as ever, and with the Celtics trending upward; Saturday night could be one for the ages.
Jan 14, 2019
In matter of three days the Celtics went from having solved all of what ailed them through the first half of the season to right back up that proverbial creek without a paddle. What looked so promising against the league's #1 defense in the form of the Indiana Pacers reverted to sloppy play and poor decision making against the Heat and Magic. Jon and Justin looked at the obvious clash of the old guard players led by Kyrie Irving and the new guard players targeted by Irving like Rozier and Jaylen Brown.
 
The leadership of the squad came into question in the show's second half as Brad Stevens faces the most critical juncture of his NBA coaching career while Kyrie attempts to accept the mantle as team leader just 18 months after asking to leave the overbearing leadership of Lebron James. 
 
Last up, the role (or lack there of) Terry Rozier has played in the Celtics' continued struggles came into focus. How much value does Rozier still possess?
 
And for those looking to stick around after closing time... Jon and Justin preview a very interesting week ahead with Toronto coming to town on Wednesday.
Jan 9, 2019

Celtics Stuff Live returns in the new year to look back on the post Christmas road trip and the C's return to winning basketball with a 3-0 home stand. Improved ball movement, the return of Horford and Morris from injury, and most of all, confident efforts from Hayward, Rozier and Brown. Maybe those three bench players have found their games and are ready to consistently help the Celtics win night after night.

In the show's second half, Jon and Justin discussed the impacts of these bench players returning to form and if Marcus Morris's place on the roster will be impacted. Jaylen Brown's play, in particular, brought out a vitriol laced tirade from Jon on Bill Simmons's belief that Jaylen should be moved because his trade value has sunk to virtually nothing. Justin then took up the hammer to go after Rainin' J's John Karalis in recognition of his recent hire at Mass Live as a Celtics beat writer.
 
And because of the anger filled finish, the outtakes section consisted of our predictions for the week so stay tuned after our Sammy Elias shout out.
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