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Celtics Stuff Live

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: February, 2019
Feb 25, 2019
Tell me when you've heard this before... the Celtics played well against a really good team and then disappointed against a horrendous team.
 
Justin and Jon looked into the leadership problem on this team and why they seem to be unable to consistently do much of anything. Is it on Kyrie? And what about Brad?
 
Speaking of Brad, Jon and Justin looked at the rotations employed and what it might take for Jaylen Brown to get a longer look, Marcus Morris to get a shorter look, and maybe for Rozier not to get a look at all.
 
In the outtakes... we've all had enough of the public relations effort employed by Kyrie, no matter if he is right or not.
Feb 19, 2019

It's the All Star Break, but there is no respite from the rumors and speculation surrounding the Celtics summer of stars. Kyrie, Anthony Davis, and Kevin Durant spent the past weekend in a bromantic whirlwind that set Twitter ablaze. Jon and Justin discussed the wild weekend and how the confluence of rumors could impact the Celtics in 2020 and beyond. This show went pretty wild as Jon became excited at the prospect of a Kyrie, KD, and Brow lineup and Justin was... let's just say just a tad less than impressed. 

In the show's outtakes... Jon and Justin looked ahead to the Bucks and Bulls games this week. Or at least Justin did...
Feb 11, 2019

The expletives were flying for Celtics fans after a pair of dispiriting losses to Lebron's Lakers and Doc's Clippers and Celtics Stuff Live was no exception... expletives omitted of course. Jon and Justin laid into the Celtics' effort before looking at how much responsibility Brad Stevens bears and whether he is capable of coaching all star players.  Speaking of Kyrie, his role as a leader has been discussed but perhaps more importantly is how well Kyrie and his teammates are meshing as he moves in and out of the lineup.

In the show's second half, the show focused on Mook Morris's comments on the team not having any fun and not playing for each other. Justin looked to Al Horford's leadership capabilities to pull the team together on the defensive end on a team clearly in need of unifying forces. Without the ability to come together, Jon looked at Kyrie's pending free agency and how much his unhappiness deeply effects his July 1 decision.
  • Opening – Lakers/Clippers Analysis
  • 5min – Brad Stevens Shouldering Responsibility…Is he capable of coaching all stars?
  • 9min – Kyrie fragility – can the young players and the team shift gears with him and out of the lineup
  • 16min – Mook Morris Comments
  • 22min – Horford needs to captain the defense
  • 25min – Similar issue last year…will they get better?
  • 27min – Kyrie’s mental health more important than his physical health
  • 33min – Deadline & Week Ahead Predictions
Feb 5, 2019

The Celtics are rolling as winners in 9 out of their last 10 games (the only loss to the Warriors in a nailbiter) and all anyone is talking about is Kyrie's future and Anthony Davis. Justin and Jon looked at what this hot streak means in context of a season deemed by many to be a disappointment, but is that fair? Haven't the Celtics been really good for long enough that the losing streaks are outliers?

Then in the show's second half, the CSL guys turned their attention to Kyrie Irving and Anthony Davis. Between Davis's trade demands, Kyrie's comments in NY, Klutch Sports' attempts to alter the media narratives, and Ainge holding a lot of the cards... this should be a fascinating 72 hours until the trade deadline. And then another possibly wild five months until the opening of free agency in July. 
 
In the outtakes. Jon talked about his trip to the Garden in the Celtics game last Wednesday and getting to hang out with Mr. CLNS, himself... Nick Gelso.
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