|Ray Allen on his future and Big Baby on D&H||01.21.10 at 3:03 pm ET|
Celtics guard Ray Allen check in with the Dale & Holley Show on Thursday afternoon. The Celtics star analyzed his team’s struggles in the third quarter during its recent slump, his thoughts on the exchange between Glen Davis and a fan in Detroit on Thursday, and how Allen is viewing his future given that he is currently in the fifth and final year of his current deal.
A complete transcript is below. To listen to the interview, click here.
What happened in the second half against the Pistons?
We’ve been having problems in the third quarter. As a team we talked about it last night, we talked about it previous games ‘ third quarter, our energy has to be better than it is. It’s something that’s been plaguing us as a team, again, we’ve talked about it, and everybody’s ready to do better. Read the rest of this entry »
|What they said… Welcome back Coach Calhoun||03.20.09 at 4:56 pm ET|
One of the early storylines of this NCAA Tournament has revolved around one of the No. 1 seeds. Not the on-the-court performance of the Connecticut Huskies but rather their ferocious coach. Jim Calhoun spent Thursday in a Philadelphia hospital getting treated for dehydration and spent the night there for observation.
He re-joined his team on Friday in Philadelphia after they blew out Chattanooga in the first round, 103-47. On Friday, he addressed the media in Philadelphia.
COACH CALHOUN: First thing I want to say how proud I was of our kids yesterday, the way they just played, quite frankly, terrific basketball, kept their composure early. It was a 19 17 game, 12 to go.
We had been there before a little bit, especially Jeff and Craig, when we played Albany four years ago. Instead of trying to make it all happen at once, they in turn just piece mailed some things together.
Had a big halftime lead and went onto an impressive win. Couldn’t be happier for them and more proud of my good friend of 40 years George Blaney. So it was a terrific win for us. We’ve had a great deal of success, particularly over the past couple decades in NCAA post season play, but we needed to kind of reestablish ourselves. At least for a game we certainly did that. I was very, very proud of them.
As far as me personally, I fully expected to coach the game yesterday early in the morning, 10, 11 o’clock. I mentioned to Jeff Anderson, our doctor, that I wasn’t feeling particularly well, had felt weak for a couple days, but no problem. He said, Let’s go down and have you checked out. So we went down. I was checked out. Next thing I know, this hour or so turned into being admitted so they could do a full and thorough examination.
They looked at virtually everything, it seems, and came out with the fact that I probably was totally dehydrated. They could find that out.
I left early this morning. I bribed my way out of there as quick as I could. Quite frankly, I feel good now.
I probably feel good because, once again, I got a full physical examination. I will say one thing. The full exam, which got high ratings, did not include a psychiatrist. Read the rest of this entry »
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