The offseason always starts with an airing of grievances. Let’s start here. I have a lot of problems with the New York Times’ coverage of the Boston Celtics. The story revisits a lot of narratives about the Celtics that I was sure we had moved past.
There are two types of Boston sports fans: those who yell about firing or trading everyone after any loss — and those who, in a quieter voice, call for firing or trading everyone after any loss.
This isn’t a grave offense, but it’s missing out on blaming the great boogeymen that Boston’s Angry Radio Men love to scapegoat: the “green-teamers.