NBA Wizards 

Boston completes comeback, Takes Game 1 from Wizards

After trailing 16-0 to start the game, Boston used hot shooting from beyond the arc to defeat Washington 123-111. Due to his sisters funeral, no one would blame Isaiah Thomas if he did not have the best game seeming as the game had a early tip time (1 pm). Not only did Thomas come to play for his team, he led... Read More
NBA 

Boston Celtics Season Preview

The luck of the Irish has struck Boston these past few years. It all started in 2011, when Boston clearly got the better end of the Kevin Garnett, Paul Pierce, Jason Terry trade with Brooklyn. This trade allowed them to get those heavy contracts off the books, along with stockpiling future draft picks. Five years later, Boston is one of... Read More
NBA 

The Boston Celtics can make some noise in the Eastern Conference

The NBA’s Eastern Conference goes through Cleveland. Everyone knows that. But what about the teams that will look to dethrone the Cavaliers as Eastern Conference champs? Some team make quite a compelling case to make it interesting at the very least in a series with LeBron James and company. One of those teams is the Boston Celtics. Raise your hand... Read More
NBA 

Season Previews: Atlantic Division

With the 2015-2016 NBA approaching, the basketball staff of My Mind on Sports is bringing you our season preview roundtable. In these roundtables we will answer key questions in each division concerning their respective teams. The first division up is the Atlantic. The Atlantic Division consists of the New York Knicks, Philadelphia 76ers, Brooklyn Nets, Toronto Raptors, and the Boston... Read More
NHL 

Best-of-Three for the Stanley Cup

What started off as a best-of-seven, then shifted to a best-of-five, is now a best-of-three to see who takes home Lord Stanley’s Cup. Each team was able to “steal” a game on the road. The pivotal Game 5 will be Saturday in Tampa Bay at 8 pm. Each game of the series has been decided by one goal, which has... Read More

General Thoughts

The NCAA Final Four is now set as the Louisville Cardinals, Syracuse Orange, Wichita State Shockers and Michigan Wolverines have all made it to Atlanta. But out of all these teams, the victory is definitely bittersweet for the Cardinals. Louisville guard Kevin Ware, while contesting a shot, landed awkwardly on his leg and broke it in a gruesome manner. His bone... Read More
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