MORE FROM CSNNE.COM

Haggerty: He built a Hall of Fame career
Jeremy Jacobs may not be a populist choice for the Hall of Fame among Bruins fans, but his work as an NHL 'builder' sealed his induction.
-
O'Connor: If C's get George, would Griffin be a better fit than Hayward?
The Ringer's Kevin O'Connor discusses the potential decision the Celtics could have in free agency between Gordon Hayward and Blake Griffin.
-
BOSTON SPORTS TONIGHT PODCAST: Should George or Hayward be priority?
Should Paul George be the priority over Gordon Hayward? Is trading for one year of George better than signing Gordon Hayward long-term?
-
Improved Matt Barnes dealing with much more than mechanics
Matt Barnes has been devoted to helping his girlfriend, Chelsea, through the unexpected loss of her father.
-
Tom Brady claims No. 1 spot on NFL's top 100 list
The NFL Network revealed the final 10 players on its annual Top 100 list Monday night and Patriots quarterback Tom Brady finished in the No. 1 spot.
-
Red Sox do not need Sonny Gray, and they know it
Due diligence is indeed all the Red Sox are up to, a baseball source with knowledge of the team’s thinking told CSNNE.com on Monday.
-
Low risk . . . but how big a reward?
The Bruins played it safe in their first draft since the departure of head scout Keith Gretzky. Joe Haggerty hands out his report card on the picks.
-
Bradley not bothered by trade rumors
No matter what Mother Nature is doing weather-wise, Celtics guard Avery Bradley has been around the NBA long enough to know that the potential to be traded is always in season.
-
Onto free agency
The second phase of the NBA offseason begins Saturday when free agency opens, and Gordon Hayward is at the top of the Celtics' wish list.
-
Addition of Harris may be a rush for Hightower
If David Harris can quickly learn the Patriots' defense, he could free Dont'a Hightower for more pass-rushing opportunities.  
-
Carrabis: Coaches were upset at Farrell's use of Kimbrel
Jared Carrabis says he was told that some Boston Red Sox coaches were not happy with the way John Farrell was over-using Craig Kimbrel, perhaps because he was trying to save his job.
-
Bean: Hey, NHL -- just get rid of offsides challenge
A well-intentioned option for coaches just became one that's easily abused and a waste of everyone's time. 
-
Haggerty: B's need to do more if they want improvement
The Bruins did perfectly fine over draft weekend, but a big move or two is still needed if they are going to make the jump that everybody wants to see
-
Beyond Devers: The Sox farm system halfway into 2017
Red Sox VP of player development Ben Crockett discusses some of the remaining and burgeoning talents the Sox have in their farm system.
-
'The kind of young man you love'
Despite having a handful of players under consideration, the Celtics did the right thing in selecting a high-character player like Jayson Tatum.
-
Drellich: Red Sox could have delivered better message on concussions
Concussions, minor as they can sometimes seem, are not the arena where a manager should deliver anything but a uniform message: tell someone what you’re feeling
-
Did Suns ask Jackson to cancel his C's workout to keep him from Boston?
Suns GM Ryan McDonough's comments at Josh Jackson's introductory press conference bolsters the theory that Jackson's canceled workout with the Celtics was orchestrated by Phoenix.
-
BOSTON SPORTS TONIGHT PODCAST: Is trading for Paul George worth the risk?
Ian Thomsen joins BST to discuss if it would be worth trading for Paul George as a one-year rental and if there would be a chance he could still around long-term if traded to Boston.
-
Crowder was liking a lot of negative tweets while George rumors swirled
While rumors were swirling about a possible Paul George deal on draft night, Jae Crowder was liking a bunch of tweets
-
O'Connor: 'People are going to think of Paul Pierce when they watch Tatum play'
Kevin O'Connor joins on the phone to talk about what he likes so much about Jayson Tatum and why he is a good fit for this Boston Celtics team.
-
The Indiana Pacers' Paul George is defended by the Boston Celtics' Marcus Smart.
Mannix: Celtics have to terrify Lakers if they trade for George
Chris Mannix explains that the Boston Celtics could terrify the Los Angeles Lakers if they are able to trade for Paul George with a chance to sign him long-term.
-
Does uncertainty for Smith mean Red Sox need bullpen help?
Carson Smith’s situation leaves a question of whether the Boston Red Sox will need to pursue help in the bullpen as well.
-
Bean: A report card on the report cards
Draft grades are empty calories; we don’t need them, but we guzzle them down. So DJ Bean decided to issue a report card on the report cards.
-
PODCAST: Exclusive interviews with Danny Ainge and Jayson Tatum
Listen to the exclusive interviews following the Celtics Draft press conference with Danny Ainge and Jayson Tatum.
-
Boston Red Sox teammates Dustin Pedroia (15) and David Ortiz.
Roasted: Ortiz apparently thought Pedroia's real first name was Pee Wee
At a raunchy roast for David Ortiz, Dustin Pedroia reveals that Big Papi learned Pedroia's real name only two years ago.  
-
Haggerty: Plenty of options as Bruins ponder first-round move
The Bruins have the 18th overall pick tonight but GM Don Sweeney says they likely could trade down as they search to fill their needs.
-
Is David Ortiz the greatest No. 34 ever?
David Ortiz’ No. 34 is being retired by the Red Sox, but is he the greatest No. 34 ever? If he isn’t, he’s at the very least in the discussion.
-
Rumor: Celtics in position to trade for Paul George with new contract?
Toucher & Rich are joined by Brian Robb to discuss a rumor reported by Adam Kaufman (of The Sports Hub) that the Celtics are in a position to trade for Paul George with a guaranteed contract extension.
-
VIDEO - Danny Ainge: 'Easier to make trades once team gets thru free agency'
Danny Ainge talks about the logistics of free-agency and potential trades for the Celtics with their tricky cap situation. *RELATED:* Rumor: Celtics in position to trade for Paul George w/ new contract? [1...
-
Rumor: C's in position to trade for George w/ new contract?
Toucher & Rich are joined by Brian Robb to discuss a rumor reported by Adam Kaufman (of The Sports Hub) that the Celtics are in a position to trade for Paul George w/ a guaranteed contract extension
BOSTON SPORTS TONIGHT PODCAST: Celtics draft night recap
The BST crew recaps the Celtics' draft night with sound from Danny Ainge and Rich Gotham.
-
Jay Williams: Tatum is the 'most gifted player in the draft'
Jay Williams praises what he sees in Jayson Tatum and said that Danny Ainge 'got a hell of a player'
-
Stevens, Celtics value Jayson Tatum's versatility
Jayson Tatum's workout for the Boston Celtics earlier this week cemented Boston’s decision to select Tatum with the No. 3 overall pick Thursday night
-
Tim Welsh: Jayson Tatum 'wise beyond his years'
Tim Welsh discusses the things he likes about Jayson Tatum and what he can bring to the Boston Celtics.
-
Scalabrine thinks a deal could send Love to Boston, George to Cleveland
Though the Celtics spent Thursday discussing a trade with the Pacers for Paul George, Brian Scalabrine still has designs on the C’s getting Kevin Love. 
-
Jayson Tatum: Coach K was effusive in praise of Brad Stevens
Third overall pick Jayson Tatum said Coach K’s praise for Brad Stevens came after the Celtics traded the first overall pick.
-
Brady comes in ahead of Rodgers, Ryan, Carr as early favorite for MVP
According to Bovada, Tom Brady is the favorite to win this year's MVP award. He'll be 40 when the season begins. 
-
red-sox-identity
Drellich: Red Sox' talent drowning out lack of identity
While the Red Sox have searched for an identity and gotten sidetracked by sideshows, they still remain among the best teams in baseball.  
-
Haggerty: Loss of Colin Miller not a significant one for B's
Colin Miller is plucked off the Bruins' roster by Las Vegas, but the expansion draft could have been much worse for the B's.
-
Blake Griffin out until late November?
Sherrod Blakely joins Toucher & Rich in studio to talk about the Celtics possibly signing Blake Griffin, who, according to Sherrod, might not return until late November/early December after toe surgery.
-
Would this monster haul from the Celtics get Porzingis?
A. Sherrod Blakely joins Toucher & Rich to discuss what it would take for the Celtics to trade for Kristaps Porzingis.
Holley on Jackson-Porzingis: 'When things get personal, people make mistakes'
Tim Welsh and the Boston Sports Tonight crew react to Phil Jackson's comments regarding Kristaps Porzingis
-
Knicks listening to Porzingis offers, reportedly looking to draft Jackson
The Knicks are reportedly looking for a top-four pick so they can draft Kansas forward Josh Jackson.
-
David Ortiz (34) and former Boston Red Sox teammate Pedro Martinez.
How lobster led the Red Sox to David Ortiz
As David Ortiz prepares to have his number retired Friday night, Pedro Martinez, in a Players' Tribune piece, recalls how his dinner with Big Papi changed the fortunes of the Red Sox.  
-
Taking a closer look at Patriots linebacker options after Harris signing
With another veteran linebacker now in the mix, what are Bill Belichick's options at the position?
-
Fultz on Pardon My Take: No hard feelings toward Celtics (and I'm not an injured 76er yet)
Markelle Fultz was widely expected to be joining the Celtics . . . until they traded the No. 1 pick to Philly. But he says he's not upset with the C's.
-
Chicago Tribune columnist David Haugh on Jimmy Butler trade rumors
Toucher and Rich check in with Chicago Tribune columnist David Haugh on the Jimmy Butler rumors, if there is substance to them, and what a trade package from the Celtics might look like.
-
Clippers reportedly gauging interest in Jordan. Should C's pursue him?
Our Boston Sports Tonight crew discuss the reports that the Los Angeles Clippers are exploring trade offers for DeAndre Jordan, and what they would give up to get him.
-
Celtics' options are clear at No. 3 after Lakers-Nets trade
The Lakers have cleared the way for Lonzo Ball to be taken No. 2, so now the Celtics know who will still be available when they pick at No. 3
-
Mannix: Lakers are clearing space for James and George in 2018
Chris Mannix says that the Los Angeles Lakers trading Timofey Mozgov and D'Angelo Russell to the Brooklyn Nets is LA trying to clear cap space to sign LeBron James and Paul George in 2018.
-
nhl-mock-expansion-draft-image
At a loss: Who B's (and others) will lose tonight
Here's our best guess at the 30 players (one from each NHL team) the new Vegas Golden Knights will select Wednesday to stock their roster.
-
Draft board at the NBA draft in 2016 at the Barclay's Center in Brooklyn, N.Y.
Who's waiting in the Green Room? Here are the prospects NBA invited to the draft
There are no big surprises among the list of prospects the NBA has invited to the draft Thursday, though Duke's Harry Giles did turn them down.
-
Bean: They're called trades, not steals
Danny Ainge's fleecing of the Nets in 2013 was a once-in-a-lifetime deal. It's unrealistic to expect a return that lopsided again . . . but Celtics fans invariably do.
-
Could Cavaliers' parting ways with GM make LeBron leave?
A. Sherrod Blakely discusses LeBron James being disappointed and concerned about GM David Griffin leaving the Cavaliers.
-
Thomsen: Could Gordon Hayward handle playing in Boston?
Ian Thomsen discusses Jeff Goodman's comments regarding worrying that Gordon Hayward will not be able to handle Boston, and whether he agrees.
-
Draft Deals: What price would you pay for George?
What is the price you would be willing to pay to trade for Paul George, who would be a one-year rental?
-
Bean: Celtics shouldn't trade the No. 3 pick for Jimmy Butler
The third overall pick, Jae Crowder and Tyler Zeller for Jimmy Butler . . . is this a deal Celtics fans would have liked a week ago? 
-
If not Jackson or Tatum, who could C's take at No. 3?
Just as unexpected as Danny Ainge was in dealing the top overall pick (the first time Boston has had it in the draft-lottery era which began in 1985), can we expect the same with the No. 3 pick now?
-
Stephen A. Smith: 'The Celtics are planning on acquiring Butler'
ESPN's Stephen A. Smith claims the Celtics 'are planning on acquiring Jimmy Butler' from Chicago with the third overall draft pick.
-
New England Patriots QB Tom Brady shows off his five Super Bowl championship rings after getting the fifth.
Brady says it's his 'dream' to play a game in China
Tom Brady's accomplished a lot in his NFL career, but there's one thing -- more specifically one place -- he wants to check off the list before he hangs 'em up. 
-
Blake Griffin puts Boston on Mt. Rushmore of NBA cities, jokes 'half' of him loves it
Appearing on Pardon My Take, the biracial forward joked that 'half' of him loves Boston. 
-
Is it time to worry about Rick Porcello’s struggles?
Lou Merloni, Evan Drellich, and Jared Carrabis break down the struggles of Rick Porcello this season and what is going wrong with him.
-
Checking in on every Don Sweeney draft pick
Heading into Don Sweeney’s third draft as Bruins GM, here’s an update on each of his selections so far.
-
Curran: Celts aren't settling
Now that he's traded the No. 1 pick, Danny Ainge may be looking at a blockbuster deal. Or to the future. But he's trying to make the Celtics better than they would have been with just Markelle Fultz.
-
An updated look at the C's' assets
The trade between Boston and Philadelphia will add even more assets to the Celtics’ ever-increasing vault of draft picks.
-
QA-clay-buchholz-61717
Clay Buchholz explains how he handled Boston
Now in Philadelphia and recovering from surgery, Clay Buchholz tells how to cope with the spotlight that comes with playing for the Red Sox.
-
NHL Mock Draft 4.0
It’s the calm before the storm., i.e. the expansion draft. After that there will be a frenzy of activity . . . and here's how the draft is looking prior to it all beginning.
-
In Danny (do we still) trust?
The return the Celts will get from the 76ers in exchange for the No. 1 overall pick is a bit underwhelming, considering Danny Ainge's past deals.
-
Russian left wing Ilya Kovalchuk, formerly of the New Jersey Devils.
Haggerty: Bruins don't need to get caught up in Kovalchuk Sweepstakes
Some advice for the Bruins as Russian left wing Ilya Kovalchuk, 34, seeks to return to the NHL. Don’t waste any time or resources on him.
-
patriots-minicamp-moments
Takeaways from OTAs and minicamp: Cooks, Gilmore already impressing
The Patriots had their last spring practice on Thursday and won't be back on the field until late July. A few observations... 
-
Cy Young winners Porcello, Keuchel face similar challenges
In a way, Dallas Keuchel, the 2015 Cy Young winner, was Rick Porcello before Porcello.
-
jacoby-brissett-class-in-session
Teaching moments abound for Brissett in Garoppolo’s absence
With Jimmy Garoppolo injured, Jacoby Brissett tries to make the most of his opportunities this week at Patriots OTAs.  
-
sherrod-mock-draft-6.0
Blakely’s NBA Mock Draft 6.0: Intrigue remains
To Fultz or not to Fultz? With less than a week to go, there’s still a lot of mystery as to where the Celtics will go at No. 1.
-
PODCAST: Astros manager AJ Hinch talks about upcoming "measuring stick" series with the Red Sox
Evan Drellich talks with Astros Manager A.J. Hinch about the upcoming weekend series with the Red Sox, how he handles his bullpen and lineup and compares sinker-ballers Dallas Keuchel and Rick Porcello.
-
What to expect this season from Celtics 2016 draft class?
Kyle Draper, Kevin O'Connor and Tim Welsh discuss what to expect from the 2016 Draft class for the Boston Celtics. How much better will Jaylen Brown be?
-
Patriots' Devin Lucien, left, Malcolm Mitchell top right, D.J. Foster, bottom right, (patriots-year-2-leap)
Taking a look at second-year 'leap' candidates for the Patriots
For second-year players looking to make "the leap," playing on a loaded roster like that of the Patriots can make it tough to get playing time in practice. 
-
Could Celtics take Lonzo Ball over Markelle Fultz?
Brian Scalabrine questions how well Lonzo Ball will hold up physically in the NBA. 
-
University of Washington guard Markelle Fultz (left) and UCLA guard Lonzo Ball.
C-ing Is Believing: Looking past the visual flaws of Markelle Fultz and Lonzo Ball
Don’t let Markelle Fultz’s neutral expression or Lonzo Ball’s funky jumper shy you away, Celtics fans.   
-
Kansas City Royals third baseman Mike Moustakas.
Heyman: Could Red Sox trade for Royals' 3B Mike Moustakas?
Jon Heyman of Fanrag Sports talks to Toucher & Rich about their Pablo Sandoval problem at third base and brings up a few names the Red Sox might trade for, including Royals' Mike Moustakas.
-
Is Jimmy Garoppolo missing a day of camp with a calf injury a story?
Phil Perry and guest host Mike Giardi discuss Jimmy Garoppolo’s calf and whether his missing a day of mini camp is a story. Perry also speaks with Dr. John Sullivan about the mental side of sports.
-
BOSTON SPORTS TONIGHT PODCAST: Should the C's pick Jackson?
A rival GM said that Danny Ainge will take Josh Jackson. Could the Celtics draft Josh Jackson over Markelle Fultz? Curran, Holley, Giles, and Smith discuss.
-
Drellich: Is there more to Farrell's decision to not pinch hit for Sandoval?
It’s sink or swim time for Pablo Sandoval. Dave Dombrowski seems to want the third baseman to have that chance. Well, John Farrell's letting him play.
-
Drellich: A lesson for Dombrowski to learn with Thornburg, Smith trades
The lesson for Red Sox president of baseball operations Dave Dombrowski is simple: stop paying high prices for set-up men. Stop pursuing them at peak value.
-
Steelers defensive coordinator's goal: Make Brady cuss out his offensive line
After watching Tom Brady carve up his defense in the AFC Championship Game, Steelers defensive coordinator Keith Butler tells ESPN he has a different plan for TB12.
-
Gordon Hayward vs Blake Griffin - Who's more likely to sign with the Celtics? Jazz Insider Tony Jones
Kyle Draper and A. Sherrod Blakely discuss latest free-agent rumors, and whether Gordon Hayward or Blake Griffin would be a better fit.
-
Bruins tease look at redesigned jerseys
The full jerseys, which have been redesigned by Adidas, will be unveiled next Tuesday in Vegas. 
-
Hanley Ramirez on playing first base: 'Any time'
Hanley Ramirez says he 'was like a little kid' at first base in the Red Sox' win over the Phillies, and will play there whenver he's asked. 'Anything to help the team win.'
-
Maxwell: Warriors wouldn't have been champions in the '80s
Cedric Maxwell thinks that in the more physical NBA of the 1980s, the Golden State Warriors would only be a playoff team and not a champion.
-
Haggerty: Handicapping possible expansion draft losses
The Bruins are set to lose one player to the Vegas Golden Knights next week in the NHL expansion draft. Joe Haggerty breaks down the candidates.
-
Bean: Sorry, Lonzo Ball's commercial isn't that funny
Just like Bill Belichick's made-up social media names, Lonzo Ball's Foot Locker ad isn't nearly as amusing as sports fans have made it out to be.
-
what-if-duke-jayson-tatum-61417
If not Fultz, Celtics could opt for NBA-ready Tatum of Duke
If the Celtics pass on Markelle Fultz at No. 1 or make a deal, Duke small forward Jayson Tatum might look good in green.  
-
Bean: Should Bruins pay Shattenkirk or Chara?
Signing Kevin Shattenkirk doesn't fill a major need for the Bruins, but extending Zdeno Chara's contract helps shore up a weakness.
-
Julian Edelman: Working with Alex Guerrero 'huge' for longevity
If Julian Edelman plays through his recent extension with the Patriots, he will have been with the team for more than a decade.
-
Who are best active NBA players to never win a title?
With Kevin Durant finally earning his first ring with the Warriors, here are the six best active NBA players who've yet to win a title.
-
If Celtics pass on Fultz, will they go Fox-hunting?
De'Aaron Fox's speed and desire make him an attractive draft target. If the Celtics choose not to take Markelle Fultz, would he interest them?
-
Scal: I'm hearing LeBron stays one more year, then goes to L.A.
Brian Scalabrine says he's 'hearing' that LeBron James plans to play one more year for the Cavaliers, then head to L.A. to join the Lakers.
-
Scal: Cavs should trade for Paul George to load up for another run
Brian Scalabrine believes the Cavaliers should trade for free agent-to-be Paul George in an effort to take down the Warriors next year.
-
Bean: Get the duckboats ready for . . . who?
The Celtics and Bruins are both young and improving. Both fan bases are hopeful for a championship payoff. But who'll get there first?
-
Red Sox offense matches preseason vision, at least for a night
Monday night is the closest thing this season to the ideal vision of the Sox offense. Not in terms of total output and runs scored, but contributors.
-
2017 NBA Draft prospect breakdowns with Draper, O'Connor and Welsh
Kyle Draper, Tim Welsh and Kevin O'Connor take a look at some of this year’s top NBA draft prospects.
-
Something's Bruin with Pastrnak
This isn't Kessel or Hamilton redux: All signs point to the B's cutting a deal with David Pastrnak that will keep him in Boston long term.
-
Jim Murray: MLB's message to fans is basically ‘we hate you’
The 4 hours and 6 minutes it took to play Sunday's game push the Felger & Mazz crew over the edge about MLB's excruciating pace of play.
-
Rutledge's time away from third base better prepared him
A month of work has better positioned Josh Rutledge for one of the hardest positions at third base.
-
Flowers continues in quest of perfection
Trey Flowers had a breakout second season with the Patriots, but he isn't settling for a repeat performance. 
-
Felger: Celtics moving down in draft may be 'best-case scenario'
Michael Felger reminds Boston Celtics fans that trading out of the No. 1 spot in the 1980 NBA Draft helped them land Kevin McHale and Robert Parish
-
LaVar Ball, left, and son, UCLA guard Lonzo Ball.
LaVar Ball: Why Lakers, not C's, are best fit for Lonzo
According to LaVar Ball, Lonzo's decision to turn down a workout for Boston is actually a compliment to the Celtics
-
Movement near the top of the draft board?
The big question is whether or not the Stars are going to trade the No. 3 overall pick, and throw the rest of the NHL Draft into a little bit of turmoil 
-
Non-Fultz-Mock-Drafts-61017
Searching for an NBA mock draft that doesn't have the Celtics taking Markelle Fultz
Danny Ainge has surprised people before, but does anybody expect him to pull off a surprise at the draft? 
-
Hagg-Bag-Image-61017
Hagg Bag: What should the Bruins do this offseason?
With the draft - both regular and expansion - looming and free agency ahead, time to see what moves the readers would like to see the Bruins make.
-
NBA mock draft 5.0: Teams doing their due diligence
As we get closer to the draft, there is movement based on how workouts go and what needs teams identify as being at the forefront of their to-do list
-
Lavar Ball: 'Lonzo not a good fit' for Celtics
Kyle Draper and A. Sherrod Blakely talk with Lavar Ball, who tells why he doesn't think son Lonzo should play in Boston. 
-
A potential three-way deal for players and prospects
Instead of nabbing a superstar, perhaps the Celts can look for a trade that collects, rather than deals, assets while also getting some players.
-
Blakely: Previewing the Top 10 centers in the NBA draft
Here’s a look at the top 10 center prospects for the 2017 NBA draft.
-
Breer: Edelman left money on the table to remain a Patriot
Albert Breer of MMQB talks with Toucher and Rich about Julian Edelman's contract extension, and whether he will make it to the end of it in 2019.
Drellich: Price would do more by winning, not yelling
People like Gary Sanchez, who homered Thursday night, are the ones David Price should be battling. Not the people with pens and microphones.
-
Breaking down Edelman's two-year extension
By extending Julian Edelman for two more years beyond this one, the Patriots have rewarded one of their most vital offensive cogs with a well-deserved bump before reaching the end of his contract.
-
Who should I.T. celebrate National Best Friend Day with?
Happy National Best Friends Day! So Max Lederman wants to know, which Celtic is Isaiah Thomas' best friend on the court?
-
Curran: Five takeaways from Edelman's extension
Julian Edelman's new deal with the Patriots is a concrete example of the wide receiver cashing in because he bet on himself.
-
Tanguay: Price isn't happy unless he's unhappy
David Price wants to spar with the Boston media. He wants to feel the pain of their punches. There's no other explanation for his outburst Wednesday night.
-
Cyrus Jones quote 6/08/17
Cyrus Jones on last year's struggles: 'That's in the past'
Patriots CB/kick returner Cyrus Jones isn't interested in recalling his fumbled-filled rookie season. He's "just focused on on this year."
-
Two potential Celtics offers for Kristaps Porzingis
Kristaps Porzingis may be looking to get out of New York, and the C's should be interested. One trade offer might work, the other not so much.
-
Drellich: Will anger galvanize Price?
What ultimately matters to the Sox is how David Price pitches, not how he feels about the media. Will he use Wednesday's emotion as motivation?
-
McCourty believes crazy offseason 'hasn't bothered' Butler
Devin McCourty was more than willing to elaborate on Malcolm’s approach, after what has been a long, strange offseason.
-
Tanguay: I'm sorry, but there is a QB controversy in New England
Gary Tanguay says that, because of the leaked information about a possible contract extension for Jimmy Garoppolo, there's a quarterback controversy with the Patriots.
-
Haggerty: Wheels turning on summer improvement plan
The Bruins may have ended their playoff drought, but there's still plenty of holes on this roster to be addressed. Now's the time.  
-
What would you do? Weighing Celtics trade options
We've drawn up Celtics trade proposals and had fans vote, with thousands weighing in. Here's what you think.
-
Blakely: Top 10 power forwards in NBA draft
Here’s a look at the top 10 power forward prospects for the 2017 NBA draft.
-
Blakely: Top 10 small forwards in the NBA draft
Here’s a look at the top 10 small forward prospects for the 2017 NBA draft.
-
Two potential Celtics offers for Klay Thompson
Financial pressure may force the Warriors to put Klay Thompson on the block. If so, would they accept either of these offers from the Celtics?
-
Overpowering Kimbrel prefers to be used for one inning
Craig Kimbrel understands why the Red Sox have started to use him more liberally. But if the closer had his way, he’d stick to three outs. 
-
Merloni: I'm not giving up hope that Ortiz could come back
Until this season's over and David Ortiz has been retired a full year, Lou Merloni thinks there's 'a 26 percent chance' Big Papi returns to the Red Sox.
-
Brissett competing for work: 'I'm not the young pup anymore'
Jacoby Brissett is oftentimes a forgotten man when it comes to the future at quarterback, but his growth this season could impact how the Patriots move forward. 
-
How are the Red Sox going to conserve Chris Sale?
The White Sox gave Chris Sale an extra day between starts whenever they could, and the Red Sox are following that strategy: On Saturday, he'll pitch on five days' rest for the fourth time in six appearances.
-
Gronkowski: 'I'm always motivated, no matter what the circumstances are'
Rob Gronkowski received an incentive-laden contract earlier this offseason but says he's motivated with or without a new deal.
-
nba-draft-top-10-shooting-guards-60617
Blakely: Previewing the Top 10 shooting guards in the draft
Here’s a look at the top 10 shooting guard prospects for the June 22 NBA draft.
-
The 2017 Stanley Cup Final has a lot in common with 2011
Home teams winning and mouth-related incidents are just some of the similarities between 2017 and 2011.
-
Ex-Baltimore Ravens DL Lawrence Guy is joining the New England Patriots as a free agent.
Film review: Lawrence Guy a Swiss Army knife at Bill Belichick's disposal up front
Lawrence Guy has played all over the defensive line over the course of his career, which is likely what he'll do for Bill Belichick and the Patriots.
-
Two potential Celtics offers for Indiana's Paul George
In the second of a five-part series on potential deals to get a superstar to the Celtics, here are two offers for Paul George.
-
Drellich: Red Sox need to see what Devers can do
The Sox may need a replacement for Pablo Sandoval at third. They should find out whether Rafael Devers is ready before looking to make a trade.
-
Would the Pelicans trade Anthony Davis for the first overall pick?
Take a look at the package we've put together to offer New Orleans for Anthony Davis, and see if you'd agree to the deal.
-
Why B's should (and shouldn't) trade first-round pick
Don Sweeney says he's willing to trade the Bruins' first-round draft pick. Should he? 
-

Primetime on CSN

Weeknights 6pm

Gary Tanguay, Trenni Kusnierek and Michael Felger welcome the best panel of experts to discuss the news of the day in local and national sports.

Weeknights 9pm

Town Fair Tire Boston Sports Tonight brings you the best discussion of the sports topics of the day with Tom E. Curran, Michael Holley, Kayce Smith and Tom Giles

Beyond the Scoreboard

15 to Watch: June 19

The top 15 to watch stories in business and sports from Rick Horrow