It’s our great honor to assume the duties as your outlet to everything Celtics. Our staff at CelticsHub.com has a dynamic set of skills and roles to get you the most unique, in-depth analysis of everything Green. We’re looking to go beyond just the typical blog, advancing your crave with multimedia and insight.
Introducing your starting lineup:
About Bryan Roy:
Born and raised in Agawam, Mass., I’m currently a student at the University of Arizona studying journalism and entrepreneurship. As the UA basketball beat writer for our school newspaper, the Arizona Daily Wildcat, I’ve received a lot of great opportunities in the field of reporting and in basketball. It’s certainly a different era than it was when Larry Legend walked through the Garden’s door, and the media’s ever-so-changing landscape is no different.
As a lifelong Celtics fan who grew up adoring the classics like ‘Toine and WALTAH, our goal here is to incorporate every angle in every medium for a comprehensive chronicle of the green. We’ll keep it light, hit it heavy and bleed it green. With years of blogging development experience, I certainly know the challenges it takes to build a successful blog. It’s our mission to keep this space as an active dialogue between fans, so feel free to voice your opinions and share your thoughts.
About Zach Lowe:
I’m a life-long Celtics who was a kid in Connecticut during the glory days of the 1980s. My first memories of sports are watching the Celtics in the playoffs with my father. In the driveway, I’d try to imitate Kevin McHale’s crazy post moves — even at age 6, I knew that Larry Bird was out of my range.
Now, I’m a full-time magazine writer in New York, and felt pretty lucky to be able to watch on the couch with my Dad as the C’s won another title. That didn’t seem possible during the M.L. Carr/Rick Pitino era.
About Brian Robb:
I was born in Boston and raised in Newton Mass., thus am a lifelong Bostonian. I am currently 23 year old senior at Boston College, working in the BC Athletic Department assisting in producing athletic events at Conte Forum (primarily basketball). I also interned last summer at Comcast Sportsnet logging endless amounts of film of the Celtics playoff run, an experience that was overwhelmingly joyous and tedious at the same time.
As a part of Celticshub I look forward to bringing fans of the Celtics insight and analysis beyond the box score and recap. The game of basketball is won and lost many nights on the little things that don’t show up in these recaps and these are the parts I hope to bring to the fans in hopes of enhancing their Celtics experience. I find writing for CelticsHub.com to be more of a privilege than anything else, as it gives me an excuse to talk and learn more about the team I love. I take this responsibility greatly and look forward to work with a great team of writers in bringing our coverage of the Celtics to the TrueHoop Network.