This week, Topher Lane and Justin Quinn break down Hayward's injury and what it means for the Boston Celtics' future, as well as offering up their theories on what could be behind the unusually high number of early-season non-contact injuries that is currently plaguing the league. They break down the first week's action, and take a little solace in the demise of the evil emperor after news Louisville and former Celtics coach (and GM) Rick Pitino is canned with just cause in a federal fraud case involving kickbacks to families of NCAA recruits. The season isn't even 10 days old and it's already been a roller coaster of a ride, so buckle up - we've got a long way to go, folks. As always, don't hesitate to contact us if you have a complaint, suggestion, or are interested in advertising with the podcast; leave us a message here, or tweet us with the hashtag #CLPod, and we'll be sure to follow up. If you're listening to the podcast via a podcatcher app, don't forget to subscribe so you don't miss an episode, and give us a five-star rating if you like what you hear! If you DON'T like what you hear, let us know with a message here, or on Twitter with the hashtag, and we'll do our best to address your concerns. For more stories by Justin, click here.