Celtics Stuff Live's Justin Poulin and Jon Duke are PUMPED UP! A 3-1 start punctuated with big wins over the Raptors and Bucks have the boys excited and making some pretty interesting comparisons to teams and players of Celtics' past.
Celtics Stuff Live's Justin Poulin and Jon Duke looked into Jaylen Brown's big time contract extension and what it says about the Celtics ceiling over the next two years and how it impacts his teammates.
In the second half of the show, the guys looked ahead to opening night against Philly, predicted the first week of results, and hit the outtakes with some surprising praise for the folks at League Pass.
A special hat tip to the late, great Andy Jick for his help with our new/old intro.
Celtics Stuff Live's Justin Poulin and Jon Duke can't let the good feelings of this Celtics preseason end. Jaylen Brown's improved handle and left handed finishes at the rim and Carsen Edwards' bucket getting are just the latest positive signs for the 2020 Celtics. The big rotation is still bit fuzzy, but the culture and attitude change have pushed those concerns to the back.
In the outtakes, it's Tacko Time as the team officially added Tacko Fall as a 2 way player and Jon is excited to have Tacko up in Maine with the Red Claws.
Celtics Stuff Live's Justin Poulin and Jon Duke talked about the Celtics first preseason game against the Charlotte Hornets. Good signs from Jayson Tatum's shot selection and Gordon Hayward relentless attack toward the basket left some very positive signs for the 2020 Celtics.
The CSL guys rounded out the show by running up and down the roster and seeing how expectations met reality through at least one game. Then in the outtakes, Justin had some real concerns regarding the hysteria surrounding Tacko Fall.
Celtics Stuff Live's Justin Poulin and Jon Duke were so glad for Media Day 2019 but things went off the rails fast. Jon brought up Kyrie Irving's answer last week as to why he left Boston and Justin was not interested in discussing it. At. All.
In the show's second half, the CSL boys pivoted to some of the optimism surrounding today's media availability. Yet it was Enes Kanter's mention in the outtakes that brought back some vitriol from the show's opening minutes.