NBA Daily Links: Martin Luther King Day Edition

Good morning, NBA fans!

Jan 17, 2014; Boston, MA, USA; The Boston Celtics cheerleaders perform during a break in the action against the Los Angeles Lakers in the second half at TD Garden. Lakers won107-104. Mandatory Credit: David Butler II-USA TODAY Sports

I have to spend a little time apologizing for my total lack of activity over the weekend.  I hate to let the site go quite for a full weekend, but I had way too many responsibilities and so little time to do those, much less squeeze in extra time for writing.  To make it worse, I killed my back last night right before the Celtics-Magic game and couldn’t get up off of the floor long enough to cover it.  I’m still dying over here today, but duty calls – you need your daily links!

So here they are.

Five games in the NBA last night?  No problem!  [NBA.com]

Here’s your daily Morning Shootaround.  [NBA]

The first half of the 2013-2014 NBA season is in the books – time to see who the winners and losers are as we enter the second half.  [Bleacher Report]

Could the REAL pick in this year’s draft be Kansas big man Joel Embiid?    Read the debate!  [ESPN]

There is some young talent in the NBA that is producing big, for bargain prices.  Check out the All-Payday team here.  [Sports Illustrated]

And your Boston Celtics link of the day: check out what Jeff Green and Jared Sullinger think about the Celtics’ future with a healthy Rajon Rondo.  [Masslive.com]

Enjoy your Monday!!!

Topics: Boston Celtics

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