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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 ...
 
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Celtics Stuff Live's Justin Poulin and Jon Duke returned after quite a lengthy delay to see that outside of the pandemic raging once again... the Celtics remain decidedly mediocre. Is selling off what little is on the roster for the best and instead try to build value in the younger players? Jon and Justin seem to think so.…
 
Celtics Stuff Live's Justin Poulin and Jon Duke reconvened after a convincing win over the Raptors to ponder the question, "Have they figured it out!?" The spurt of energy from Rob Williams and Josh Richardson have helped greatly. Meanwhile Twitter is ablaze with nonsense Jaylen for Ben Simmons rumors, but would Ben be good for the Celtics?…
 
Celtics Stuff Live's Justin Poulin and Jon Duke were so glad to finally start talking about real live basketball... even if it came with a preseason label. The guys talked about how changes for Tatum and Brown will augment how they and their team plays before running through the rest of the rotation and how these guys fit together.…
 
Celtics Stuff Live's Justin Poulin and Jon Duke dug in on the league altering trade that brought Juancho Hernangomez to Boston, but in all seriousness did provide needed balance to the previously guard heavy roster. Then in the show's second half, it was all about Paul Pierce and Mike Gorman who are but days away from being inducted as members in t…
 
Celtics Stuff Live's Justin Poulin and Jon Duke had to put together an emergency podcast after Danny Ainge retired from the Celtics and Brad Stevens ascended to the role of President of Basketball Operations. The guys saluted Ainge's outstanding 18 year tenure with the Celtics, but noted so many questions remain about the future.…
 
Celtics Stuff Live's Justin Poulin and Jon Duke got together following the Game 4 loss to discuss the 1-1 split in Boston and were joined by Justin's son Riley. The guys did not "keep it basketball" and talked about the "beligerence" of one fan and one player on the Nets who formerly played in Boston. Then the chat moved onto the young guys who sho…
 
Celtics Stuff Live's Justin Poulin and Jon Duke got together before Game 3 of the Nets-Celtics series to survey the dystopian wasteland that is Celtics fandom after a rough 0-2 start to the series. The hustle/heart v. talent battle came up once again before turning to the NBA draft and what archetype the Celtics need to add to their roster in terms…
 
Celtics Stuff Live's Justin Poulin and Jon Duke had the the unfortunate task of revisiting the Kyrie Era in Boston as a path toward understanding the antipathy toward the 1st round opponent Brooklyn Nets. After that happy fun, the guys moved on to praise Tatum's big night vs. Washington and why KG is a worthy goal for Tatum and all young players. T…
 
Celtics Stuff Live's Justin Poulin and Jon Duke came back to the podcast in a joyful mood with the Celtics having won their last four and having shown real growth in the process. Eastern Conference Player of the Week Jayson Tatum has been exactly the man this Celtics team needed as he stepped forward. Why did he step forward? Is Tatum the sole reas…
 
Celtics Stuff Live's Justin Poulin and Jon Duke were mighty frustrated after seeing the Celtics go 3-3 with one game left in the 7 game homestand. Jayson Tatum came under the microscope for solid production but seemingly lacking the ability to lead his teammates with good team fundamental principles. How can Tatum use his talent more effectively an…
 
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