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Locked On Celtics
Daily Podcast On The Boston Celtics With Rainin' J's
Locked On Celtics is a daily Boston Celtics podcast by Boston Sports Journal beat writer John Karalis. It's an inside look at the C's from a former professional basketball player who is at practices & games. Hear from players, call in to the voicemail line, and hear from some great guest hosts. It's the #1 podcast choice for Celtics fans. Part of the Locked On Podcast network.
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Ratings & Reviews
4.8 stars from 1,604 ratings
Great job
Thanks John
Buck hunter 58 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 10/22/21
John is the 🐐
Listen to this podcast everyday. Best all around Celtics podcast out there. Keep it up! @celticpurgatory twitter
CelticPurgatory via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 10/03/21
5 stars. My first online review.
Thanks for keeping it interesting and entertaining. Enough to motivate me to add a review (my first on apple). But since you are going 5 days / week in the off off season — least I can do is give you props here. Thanks for fixing my c’s Jones. Millies.
gknvvkf via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 08/25/21
Recent Episodes
There was yet another suggestion that it's time to trade Marcus Smart. John Karalis of Boston Sports Journal wonders why this lazy idea is happening when Smart is playing well? Plus, Jaylen Brown is out, and David Locke hops on for a crossover to preview the Celtics-Jazz game Friday night, and...
Published 12/03/21
It didn't look great, but the Celtics came away with an 88-87 win over the Sixers in a game Joel Embiid was clearly not himself. The Celtics sort of took advantage behind early offense and late defense from Al Horford in a revenge game after a tough year in Philadelphia for him. Ime Udoka and...
Published 12/02/21
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