Celtics Stuff Live

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The #1 Celtics podcast needs your help to get back on the air!
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Jon Duke
Technology
Rockport, Maine
United States
1 Team Member

Celtics Stuff Live is the #1 name in podcasting when it comes to discussing the most successful franchise in all of professional basketball, the Boston Celtics. Jim Metz, Justin Poulin, and Jon Duke drove the CSL bus for many lean years until the arrival of Kevin Garnett and Ray Allen kicked things into overdrive and brought success not only to the franchise and its fans but also to Celtics Stuff Live. CSL's live weekly broadcasts and postgame podcaps became a must listen for die hard Celtics fans as the march toward Banner 17 became realized and the goal moved on to Banner 18. 

As Duke and Poulin took on the podcasting duties after 2008, collaboration with CSN New England opened new markets to Celtics Stuff Live's broadcasts through involvement segments during postgame shows. Coupled with a wildly successful partnership with CelticsBlog, Celtics Stuff Live saw more new listeners during the 2012 NBA season than ever before. 

Prior to the 2013 season, work comittments prevented Poulin from returning to his prior capacity with CSL, but after a long delay Duke hopes with your help to get Celtics Stuff Live back on the air.

The show would have the same look, with a new partner in RedsArmy.com, but the same guests and co-hosts that have made Celtics Stuff Live the benchmark for all other Celtics podcasts. 

If you have been a listener in the past wish to pay forward what you've already enjoyed or simply want to extend the future of CSL into what might be a new Celtics era....  Celtics Stuff Live can use your help.  Thank you.

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