We have some very exciting news to announce! Celtics 24/7, Celtics Late Night Show, and Ginos Jungle are teaming up to bring you weekly podcasts! Last week, CLNS was nice enough to have me on their show as a guest and after some good Celtics talk we decided to partner up and bring their podcasts to Celtics 24/7. We will be posting their shows on here weekly so be sure to tune in and join the discussion! They have special guests almost every week, and tonight Gary Washburn will be on to discuss the news of Rasheed Wallace retiring, Shaq, and all things Celtics. Enjoy!
The Celtics Late Night Show will be live tonight!
9PM EST on Blog Talk Radio and CelticsLateNightShow.com
Tonight’s special guest will be Gary Washburn from The Boston Globe!
Earlier today Gary broke the story that Rasheed Wallace WILL be retiring, according to his agent. Washburn is kind enough to join us and discuss the story live. We will be going in-depth with possible ways the Celtics can get rid of Sheed’s contract.
Following Washburn’s depature from the show we will be going in-depth on the topic that took over Celtics Nation during the past week. That being the newest addition, “The Big Shamrock”, Shaquille O’Neal. We want to hear YOUR opinion on the Shaq signing. The toll free call-in number is 1-877-245-6136. We expect the call lines to be over flooding with excited (or pissed off) Celtics fans. No opinion will be shut down (just try to keep it clean).
CLNS is also proud to announce that tonight’s show will be the first show in partnership with Celtics 24/7. CLNS is now the “official podcast” of Celtics 24/7 and we will soon be hosting their forums live on the CLNS page. This will give listeners a chance to discuss all things Celtics when we are not on air. Tune in tonight for more details about the partnership with Celtics 24/7.
Listen/Chat Live at 9pm by clicking here.
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