View From The Rafters
Behind the Scenes with the Boston Celtics
You might’ve heard the story, but you’ve never heard it like this. Marc D’Amico, Kendrick Perkins, Sean Grande and Abby Chin are the ultimate Celtics insiders who take you behind the scenes for the first and only official Boston Celtics podcast. Prepare for a brand-new view of this franchise’s storied history.
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Meet the Hosts
Marc D’Amico is the full-time host of View From the Rafters and is currently in his 13th season working for and covering the Celtics. He has had exclusive, behind-the-scenes access to players, coaches and executives since the Big Three Era while traveling with the team across 29 states, seven countries and three continents for nearly every game during that time. He has covered everything from the Finals to the Draft to Summer League and has been the first Celtics employee to greet many players in person after their selection by the team on Draft Night.
Abby Chin is a longtime broadcaster who covered the Celtics from the sidelines for seven seasons before transitioning to hosting pregame and postgame shows this season for NBC Sports Boston. She has a passion for storytelling and is looking forward to bringing her skills from the sidelines to the podcast studio.
Sean Grande is known as the voice of the Boston Celtics, for whom he has called games on the radio as their play-by-play man since the 2001-02 season. Grande has traveled with the team for two decades and brings with him an unrivaled level of institutional knowledge of the franchise. He has already called more than 2,000 NBA games during his esteemed career, the high majority of which have been Celtics games.
Kendrick Perkins is a 14-year NBA vet who won the 2008 championship as the starting center for the Boston Celtics. He is a rising media voice who appears regularly on ESPN’s prime programming such as Get Up!, First Take and The Jump. The Celtics acquired Perkins via the 27th overall pick back in the 2003 NBA Draft after he made the leap from high school straight into the pros. Perkins spent his first seven-plus seasons with the Celtics before moving on to play for three other franchises.