Wednesday, October 29, 2014
Yesterday, the Boston Celtics' cantankerous captain let us know via coach Brad Stevens that he's now 83% likely to play in tonight's season opener against old pal Kevin Garnett and the Brooklyn Nets (up from 79% just the day before). Today, we play Follow-the[-Team]-Leader and use those same arbitrary odds to preview the upcoming year for the boys in Green & White...
Thursday, October 9, 2014
I thought about how you played the last two games.
About how you're 2-0, and how you won both games by 20 points. About how you did it all with a healing Rondo on the sidelines, surely readying himself to put his best foot forward in a contract year. About how Evan Turner actually looked like a no. 2 pick in game no. 1, and how Sully shot the lights out in Hartford.
I stayed up half the night thinkin' about it.
Thursday, April 17, 2014
Today's poetry recap is... free verse.
Wednesday, March 12, 2014
Monday, February 24, 2014
Tonight, at 11:35 p.m., Mr. Jimmy Fallon will emerge from the royal blue curtains in 30 Rock's Studio 6-B to kick off week no. 2 of his tenure at the helm of The Tonight Show.
An hour later (and two stories above, in Studio 8-G) Mr. Seth Meyers will extend warm welcomes to Ms. Amy Poehler and Vice President Joe Biden for his debut as the new host of Late Night.
And thus... a New Era in American broadcast television will begin.
In commemoration of this historic moment at NBC, MercerJersey.com takes a fresh look at the club of eight (exclusively and perhaps regrettably) men who have been given the reigns to the Peacock's prized pair of late night franchises – through the ever-valuable lens (of course) of Boston Celtics basketball.