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BOSTON SPORTS TONIGHT PODCAST: Curran says Pats 'likely' to finish unbeaten
Michael Holley, Tom Giles and Kayce Smith react to Tom Curran's column that said the Patriots are likely to go 19-0 and Curran explains his stance.
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VIDEO - Curran: Butler should be saluted for putting business aside
Tom E. Curran praises the attitude Malcolm Butler came into Day 1 of camp with, putting all the contract issues aside and focusing on football.
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Many happy returns for Gronkowski
Rob Gronkowski hasn't played since back surgery last November, and he totally enjoyed -- and starred in -- his first day back on the field.
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Postcard From Camp, Day One: Gronk puts on a show
The Patriots tight end puts his trademark style on display by catching touchdown passes during 11-on-11 and 7-on-7 work and then hamming it up.
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Drellich: Records or rest for Sale?
The Red Sox could have some tough choices to make with Chris Sale, who’s on his way to having a great all-time season
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Five goals for the Patriots to hit during training camp
Before the first day of camp kicks off, here are five goals the Patriots might be looking to accomplish before their Week 1 opener at home against the Chiefs.
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Source: Pedroia applauded Price during Eck takedown
CSNNE confirms Fred Toucher's report that one of the Sox applauding David Price during his attack on Dennis Eckersley was Dustin Pedroia.
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Boston Celtics guard Isaiah Thomas drops 53 on the Washington Wizards in the playoffs.
VIDEO - Blakely: Brinks truck will be full, but not to rim for IT
A. Sherrod Blakely expects Isaiah Thomas to get a contract offer from the Boston Celtics similar to Kyle Lowry's
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Pats' secondary coach: Butler 'is never going to give up the fight'
Josh Boyer has been a member of Bill Belichick's staff for 12 years, and says he's never seen anyone play cornerback as competitively as Malcolm Butler.
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Guide to Patriots training camp
Here's some important things to know about New England Patriots training camp
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Bean: What would it take to be interesting?
The Patriots are perhaps better than ever. Will anything that transpires ahead of the regular season change what we already know?
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New year, different circumstances, same approach for McDaniels
There's no Tom Brady suspension hanging over everything this season. But Josh McDaniels still is tasked with getting Brady, Jimmy Garoppolo and, yes, Jacoby Brissett ready for prime time.
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Quick Slants the Podcast: Behind the scenes stories on Belichick and the Patriots
Former Patriots defensive captain Jerod Mayo joins Tom E. Curran and Phill Perry to give a peak behind the curtain of the Patriots operation run by Bill Belichick.
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Quick Slants the Podcast: Jerod Mayo on CTE report and concussions in the game
In Part 1 of this week's "Quick Slants The Podcast", Tom E. Curran, Phil Perry and Jerod Mayo discuss the New York Times story on the high frequency of CTE found in donated brains of football players.
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Haggerty: Spooner deal represents his last chance with Bruins
The Bruins and Ryan Spooner wisely came to a contract agreement on a one-year, $2.825 million deal just prior to the start of Wednesday’s arbitration hearing.
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Four reasons why Celtics shouldn't trade for Kyrie Irving
As talented as Kyrie Irving is, the Celtics should resist the temptation to trade for him. Here's why.
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Drellich: Devers is a keeper, even with addition of Nunez
Rafael Devers should stay with the Red Sox, and maybe even get the bulk of the playing time at third, despite the addition of Eduardo Nunez.
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VIDEO - Curran: Pats high expectations could work as 'galvanizing force'
Tom E. Curran breaks down how the New England Patriots high expectations from the media could be used to their benefit.
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VIDEO - Drellich: Farrell doesn't seem to be defending David Price
Tanguay, Felger, Drellich, and Bertrand talk about John Farrell saying that he did not apologize to Dennis Eckersley for the David Price confrontation.
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NBA's a global game, and Celts are all in
The NBA is becoming more of an international game, and the Celtics are a big part of that.
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Tanguay: The games aren't the thing anymore
Sports has become a soap industry. It’s all about the gossip, the in-fighting, the free agent offseason. And I love it.
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Schilling rips Price, Sox over Eckersley incident
Curt Schilling comes to Dennis Eckersley's defense in the David Price incident: 'Eck is a Hall Of Famer, no one else in this matter is.'
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So which Brady do you prefer: '07 version or '17 model?
The '17 Pats look loaded . . . but how do they compare to the '07 Pats, who nearly went undefeated? Today Phil Perry compares the two Tom Bradys.
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BST Podcast: Should Celtics trade for Irving?
Michael Holley makes his argument on why he thinks Isaiah Thomas is a better basketball player than Kyrie Irving.
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Bean: The right way, and the Price way
Jimmy Hayes didn't need to be civil when he ran into constant critic Michael Felger, yet he behaved far more professionally than David Price.
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VIDEO -- BST crew guesses which Red Sox players applauded Price
Michael Holley and Tom Giles give their picks on who they think applauded David Price for confronting Dennis Eckersley.
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VIDEO -- Will there be too much pressure on Devers?
Michael Holley and Tom Giles give their picks on who they think applauded David Price for confronting Dennis Eckersley.
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VIDEO -- Tanguay: 'I would give up the farm' for Irving
Gary Tanguay and Mike Giardi discuss Kyrie Irving asking for a trade out of Cleveland and if the Celtics should make a run at him.
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Boston Celtics' Jae Crowder (left), Isaiah Thomas (center) and Marcus Smart.
Balancing big money and bargains
The Celtics, like other contenders, have max-salaried talent but augment it with contributions from younger players or inexpensive vets. 
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2007 Patriots versus 2017 Patriots: Secondary
The '17 Pats look loaded . . . but how do they compare to the '07 Pats, who nearly went undefeated? Today Phil Perry compares the two secondaries.
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Early departures: Boston legends that could have been
Boston fans love their athletes, but nothing quite tickles their fancies like a home-grown star who spends his whole career (or close to it) in Boston.
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Drellich: The pros and cons of Devers' promotion
Rafael Devers is here and there’s a bundle of reasons to be excited. There’s reason, too, to be skeptical. 
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Video -- Breer: Physical concerns scared teams off Hightower
Albert Breer says teams backed off Dont'a Hightower in free agency because of concerns over his physical.
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Baseball Show Podcast: The right time to call up Devers?
Lou Merloni, Evan Drellich and Jared Carrabis discuss if this is the right time to bring up Rafael Devers, and if the Red Sox should still trade for another veteran third baseman.
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Thomsen: Think C's are still preparing for blockbuster trade
Ian Thomsen believes that Danny Ainge and the Celtics are still preparing for a blockbuster trade for when a superstar becomes available.
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VIDEO -- Watch Ainge's son posterize him
Danny Ainge's vertical doesn't appear to be what it once was. The proof? Watch Crew Ainge, Danny's son, got the better of his pops.
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Video -- Merloni: 'Disgraceful' Eckersley never received apology
The guys on The Baseball Show talk about Dan Shaughnessy's new report that explains what happened between David Price and Dennis Eckerlsey on the team plane.
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Did LeBron leak Irving's trade request?
LeBron James may have escalated the drama over a potential Kyrie Irving trade.
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Carrabis goes on tirade against Sandoval
Jared Carrabis tells us how he really feels about former Red Sox third baseman Pablo Sandoval.
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Did Sox make right move by calling up Devers?
Lou Merloni, Jared Carrabis, and Evan Drellich give their reaction to the news that the Red Sox are calling up top prospect Rafael Devers.
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Finding minutes for everyone will again be a challenge
With a versatile roster, Brad Stevens has plenty of options. Who will be the go-to guys beyond I.T., Hayward and Horford?  
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Haggerty: Trumpeting Bruins defense as team's 'strength' might be a tad premature
The NHL Network called the Bruins defense the strength of the team. Let's not go that far.   
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Thomas diligently studying film at midnight on Friday
Isaiah Thomas appears to be channeling the New England Patriots' "No days off" slogan.
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Boston Celtics forward Jaylen Brown in the Drive-By Dunk Challenge.
Jaylen Brown tweets his Drive-By Dunk Challenge
Celtics forward Jaylen Brown joined in the Drive-By Dunk Challenge and tweeted a video that captured his thunderous slam.  
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The best of what's left in free agency for the Bruins
Is there anybody out there who could be this year's Dominic Moore for the Bruins? A look at a few possible last-minute, free-agent pickups.  
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Boston Red Sox center fielder Jackie Bradley Jr. robs the Los Angeles Angels' Yunel Escobar of extra bases with this catch in Anaheim.
Sale on the latest JBJ spectacular catch: 'What's wrong with that guy?'
Jackie Bradley Jr.'s stunning catches are becoming routine but that doesn't make them any less spectacular.  
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An early look at the Celtics' roster
The Celtics again have one too many guaranteed contracts heading into camp. A look at the current roster broken down into four primary positions. 
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VIDEO - Blakely: Why Celtics getting Kyrie is highly unlikely
A. Sherrod Blakely gives his opinion on the reports that Kyrie Irving has asked to be traded, and why he does not see the Celtics being able to acquire him.
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VIDEO - Blakely: Is trading LeBron the smarter move for Cavs?
A. Sherrod Blakely says that the smarter long-term play for the Cleveland Cavaliers is to trade Lebron James, given the recent Kyrie Irving reports.
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Atlantic Division snapshot: Scouting each team's offseason
The Celtics made the biggest move in adding Gordon Hayward, but here's a look at what they and their Atlantic Division rivals have done this summer.
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Bean: Nobody should ever compare Love Actually to the Warriors
Jemele Hill asked a question. Here's the answer. 
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Ray Allen to Celtics fans: ‘Get over it’
Allen emphatically responded to Instagram flack from Celtics fans by saying he's proud to have been a Celtic whether the team and fans like it or not. 
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Boston Bruins 2017 first-round pick defenseman Urho Vaakanainen.
Vaakanainen lives up to skating reputation in first camp with Bruins
Bruins first-round pick Urho Vaakanainen, 18, impressed with his skating skills at development camp as he refines his offensive game.  
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Drellich: Red Sox play the waiting game
The trade deadline is getting closer, and the Red Sox need help. And they seem to be in limbo as they wait for that help to arrive.
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BOSTON SPORTS TONIGHT PODCAST: Garoppolo 'the next great one?'
An NFL scout tells Mike Giardi that Bill Belichick believes Jimmy Garoppolo is 'the next great one.' The BST crew discusses
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VIDEO - Would it be a mistake for Patriots to cut Dion Lewis?
Tom E. Curran and Mike Giardi debate whether it would be a mistake for the Patriots to cut Dion Lewis.
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VIDEO: 'Ridiculous' that NBA scout called Tatum selfish
A. Sherrod Blakely discusses the comments that a NBA scout made about Jayson Tatum that called the rookie a selfish player.
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Farrell says Red Sox clubhouse anticipating trade
John Farrell stopped short of calling for a deal but said, "I think it's always a plus," when asked if the Red Sox front office can add to a first-place team.
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PODCAST: Heinsohn on Hayward, Tatum and Pierce; Ainge not done?
Kyle Draper and A. Sherrod Blakely talk with Celtics legend Tommy Heinsohn on the team's busy offseason, and the retirement of Paul Pierce. Plus, is Danny Ainge done dealing?
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NFL scout: 'Bill thinks he's got the next great one'
Mike Giardi begins a series of talks with NFL insiders about the Patriots, and starts today with: Why is Jimmy Garoppolo still in New England?
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NBC SPORTS CALIFORNIA: Not many Giants eager for Sandoval reunion
News that the Giants are about to bring back Pablo Sandoval after his release by the Red Sox isn't being greeted with cheers by his soon-to-be new teammates.
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BOSTON SPORTS TONIGHT PODCAST: Welker, Vollmer join 19-0 talk
Former Patriots Wes Welker and Sebastian Vollmer join and talk with Tom Curran about the possibility the Patriots can go 19-0 and what retirement has been like.
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Drellich: With Pomeranz, Sox can go deep
Starting-pitching depth has emerged as the Red Sox' biggest strength, and Drew Pomeranz's surge is one of the biggest reasons.
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VIDEO - Mannix: If Rockets get Carmelo, LeBron could go to Houston
Chris Mannix says that if the Rockets get Carmelo Anthony, Houston could be a destination for LeBron James.
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VIDEO - Should the Red Sox pursue a trade for Manny Machado?
Evan Drellich, Trenni Kusnierek, Mike Giardi and Gary Tanguay debate if the Red Sox should empty the prospect cupboard to try and acquire Manny Machado from the Orioles
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Baynes confident he and Morris will provide physical play
The Pistons didn’t have nearly as much success as Aron Baynes or Marcus Morris would have wanted, but it certainly wasn’t due to their play on the floor together.
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Blakely: Four takeaways from Jayson Tatum's summer
Jayson Tatum's Celtics career got off to a great start in the summer league. Here are four areas in which he excelled.  
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2007 Patriots versus 2017 Patriots: The receivers
The '17 Pats look loaded . . . but how do they compare to the '07 Pats, who nearly went undefeated? Phil Perry begins a series examining the two.
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Ramirez practicing what he preaches
Hanley Ramirez has been promising an offensive upswing now that his shoulders feel better, and -- as Tuesday's walkoff homer demonstrates -- he's following through.
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Drellich: Yanks' trade shows Red Sox' limitations
The Red Sox have often looked powerless at the plate. The Todd Frazier-to-the-Yankees deal exposes their lack of power in the trade market, too.
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Donato shows at prospect camp his time is coming with B's
Ryan Donato is beginning to ripen as an NHL prospect, and the Bruins can see him pushing for a job in the near future.
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Could Garoppolo contract become as messy as Cousins?
Tom E. Curran mulls how messy Jimmy Garoppolo's contract situation could become, and whether it will reach the same level as Kirk Cousins'.
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Mannix: C's would need to back up the truck for Davis
Chris Mannix says the Celtics would need to put together the greatest trade package in NBA history to get Anthony Davis from the Pelicans.
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Buffalo TV anchor takes shot at Stephon Gilmore with lowlights
A seemingly harmless tweet from Stephon Gilmore infuriated WGRZ anchor Jonah Javad, for some reason. 
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Are the Patriots the Warriors of the NFL?
Felger and Mazz talk with Greg Bedard about whether or not lack of competition for the Patriots has caused a problem in the NFL.
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All-Belichick team includes four current Patriots...and three Browns
The NFL, via Gil Brandt, the longtime Cowboys personnel VP now a Sirius/XM Radio commentator, put together an All-Belichick Coached team. Whaddya think?
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Haters name Jayson Tatum to All-Summer League second team
The teams, which were chosen by the haters, saw Lonzo Ball (Lakers), John Collins (Hawks), Josh Jackson (Suns), Dennis Smith Jr. (Mavericks) and Caleb Swanigan (Trail Blazers) make up the first squad.
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Edelman posts apology letter from community college teacher
Edelman's former English teacher apologized for saying the eventual Super Bowl champion wouldn't reach the NFL. 
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BOSTON SPORTS TONIGHT PODCAST: Where does Pierce rank among C's greats?
Paul Pierce signs a one-day contract to retire as a member of the Boston Celtics. Tom Curran, Michael Holley, and Tom Giles discuss where he ranks as an all-time Celtics great.
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Bean: Undefeated season is a perfect goal for Patriots
Yes, it's stupid to assume the Patriots will go 19-0. But there's nothing stupid about striving for the greatest achievement in NFL history.
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Drellich: Red Sox should get a trade done sooner rather than later
The time to get a deal done is now if the Red Sox want to make a splash before the trade deadline — if the price is palatable
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Mannix: If Pelicans season goes awry I can see C's pursuing Davis
Chris Mannix explains why Anthony Davis going to the Boston Celtics may not be as crazy of an idea as people think.
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Paul Pierce signs 1-day contract, retires as a Celtic
Ten-time All-Star -- and Celtics legend -- Paul Pierce signs a one-day contract with Boston on Monday in order to retire as a Celtic.
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Bruins draft pick Trent Frederic, the 29th overall pick, tries on his jersey.
Frederic showing good gains in prospect department for B's
Bruins prospect Trent Frederic is taking a major step forward in his development.
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70% of the earth is covered by water, the rest is up to JBJ
A tribute to Jackie Bradley Jr.'s catch that robbed Aaron Judge of a home run.
He's once again a hard and fast Price . . . to great effectiveness
David Price is throwing more 'hard' pitches -- fastballs, sinkers, cutters -- than he has at any time since 2011. And it's working beautifully.
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Haggerty: B's case for hanging onto (and paying) Spooner
David Krejci's age and injury status means the Bruins might just be better off with Ryan Spooner, or one of their other young centers, as the No. 2 pivot behind Patrice Bergeron.
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Baseball Show Podcast: Are Sox trading for Frazier?
Lou Merloni, Jared Carrabis and Evan Drellich discuss the rumors that the Boston Red Sox are close to acquiring Chicago White Sox third baseman Todd Frazier.
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Should the Patriots take a chance on Revis?
Jeff Rowe joins Sports Sunday to discuss if Darrelle Revis would be worth bringing in again by the Patriots after getting released by the Jets.
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Maxwell on Thomas: 'I don’t see him going anyplace else'
Cedric Maxwell discusses the possibility of Isaiah Thomas getting a max deal from the C's and whether he could get a max deal from another team.
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Merloni: Sandoval contract worst in Sox history and it's not close
Lou Merloni, Evan Drellich, Jared Carrabis discuss the Red Sox designating Pablo Sandoval for assignment and how bad the contract was.
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Brock Holt's versatility has him playing both in the infield and outfield for the Boston Red Sox.
Holt, activated, talked to Dale Earnhardt Jr. about long road to recovery
At least for a day, Brock Holt is back on the big league roster.
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With Sox and Frazier, it's a matter of cost
The Red Sox like Todd Frazier, but they need to like the price of acquiring him more.
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BOSTON SPORTS TONIGHT PODCAST: Celtics introduce Hayward
We hear from Danny Ainge and Gordon Hayward about the free agent officially signing with the Celtics.
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Scott makes fixes while Chapman flounders in Red Sox walk-off win
It’s a weird time when Robby Scott looks better than Aroldis Chapman, but here we are.
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Dombrowski says trade for reliever not 'a glaring need' for Red Sox
The Red Sox bullpen has been one of the best in the majors this season, but some questions still remain.
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Buy or Sell: Celtics shouldn't have given No. 20 to Hayward
Trenni, Bertrand, and Bob Ryan discuss if they have any issue about the Boston Celtics giving out Ray Allen's number 20 to Gordon Hayward.
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Bertrand: Sandoval signing may go down as worst in history of sports
Trenni Kusnierek and Marc Bertrand talk about the Boston Red Sox designating Pablo Sandoval for assignment and how bad the free agent signing was.
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Hayward: Players' Tribune holding up announcement 'completely false'
Hours after Danny Ainge explained a bizarre Fourth of July for the Celtics, Gordon Hayward gave his side of the story.
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Boston Red Sox third basemen Tzu-Wei Lin (left) and Deven Marrero.
Drellich: Uncertainty at third base makes need for trade clear
If Dave Dombrowski isn’t sure that Tzu-Wei Lin and Deven Marrero are the answer for the Sox at third, then a deal is needed.
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Ainge thought Hayward's relationship with Stevens may have hurt C's chances
Though Gordon Hayward's positive relationship with Brad Stevens brought him to Boston, Danny Ainge would have understood if it steered him away. 
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Ainge said he was worried C's missed out on Hayward after agent denied initial report
Many spent the Fourth of July thinking the initial report that Gordon Hayward had agreed to join the Celtics was wrong, but did the C's? 
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Tom Brady’s high school puts his earliest interview on Facebook
In what possibly could be the first-ever media interview of Tom Brady’s career, his high school posts a 1994 interview of TB12 on Facebook.
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How would Calvin Johnson joining the Patriots have played out?
Phil Perry, DJ Bean, and Abby Chin discuss Calvin Johnson's comments about retirement and what would have happened if he joined the New England Patriots.
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CELTICS TALK PODCAST: Has Boston become a free-agent destination?
Abby Chin, Cedric Maxwell and Chris Forsberg to talk about Gordon Hayward's decision to join the Celtics and if Isaiah Thomas is a max player
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What would it take for NFL players to go on strike?
Phil Perry joins Arbella Early Edition to discuss Richard Sherman's comments that NFL players should be willing to strike for guaranteed contracts.
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Boston Celtics guard Isaiah Thomas.
Maxwell: Time for Celtics to 'cash in' and pay Isaiah Thomas
Cedric Maxwell and Chris Forsberg join Abby Chin to chat about whether or not Isaiah Thomas is a max player.
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Forsberg: Hayward signing speaks to value of Brad Stevens
Abby Chin, Cedric Maxwell and Chris Forsberg break down what has made Boston a destination for free agents
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Avery Bradley holds up his new Detroit Pistons jersey with coach Stan Van Gundy.
Strange sight as Avery Bradley is introduced as Detroit Piston
It will take some getting used to of course, but Celtics fans, and the rest of the NBA, got their first look at Avery Bradley as a member of the Detroit Pistons on Thursday.
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Senyshyn looking to show more than first-round tools with Bruins
Bruins 2015 first-rounder Zach Senyshyn will get his chance to show he can do in his first real chance at winning an NHL job this fall. 
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Boston Bruins GM Don Sweeney addresses the media.
Are the Bruins going too young with their roster?
DJ Bean joins Boston Sports Tonight to weigh in on whether he thinks the Boston Bruins are going too young with their roster.
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What is holding up Hayward deal being finalized?
Abby Chin and Tom Giles discuss Gordon Hayward not being introduced yet and what could be holding up the deal.
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Results from CSN's Sporty Awards
The Early Edition crew passed out The Sporty Awards on Wednesday. Check out the results here.
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Pat Neshek, possible Sox trade target: ‘Let's top it off with a World Series'
Phillies All-Star reliever Pat Neshek is a Red Sox trade target and a man who sounds like he wants to be in a pennant race.
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Ranking each league's Twitter experience
Twitter is a great source for breaking news, GIFs, memes and references many people might not get. Which league's experience is best? 
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Kimbrel's win puts Red Sox next to Yankees in All-Star spotlight
Craig Kimbrel took the win in the 2017 All-Star game, and took home a game ball to commemorate it.
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Sale has 'a little more incentive' to continue dominating
Two scoreless innings in the All-Star Game fit the bill for the final act of Chris Sale’s first half.
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Why have B's not reached agreement with Pastrnak?
Joe Haggerty breaks down why the Bruins have yet to reach an agreement with restricted free agent David Pastrnak.
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Will Tatum Summer League play translate into the season?
John Feinstein joins Arbella Early Edition to give his reviews from what he has seen from the top 3 picks in the NBA draft during summer league.
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Are eSports the next big thing?
Our Arbella Early Edition crew debates whether eSports are the next big thing.
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How a MLB utility man changed the future of the NFL, Patriots and Tom Brady
Some career advice from F.P. Santangelo changed the fortunes of the NFL, the Patriots and a certain 18th-round Montreal Expos’ draft pick from San Mateo, Calif., forever.
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Haggerty: Prospect camp shows another wave of talent
Led by Anders Bjork, the Bruins have a new crop of young players ready for their shot at securing NHL roster spots.  
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Andrew Frates on false report of Pete's death
Andrew Frates, the brother of Pete Frates, joined Toucher...
Carrabis on breaking news before the mainstream media
Barstool Sports writer and co-host of "The Baseball Show" Jared Carrabis talks with Toucher & Rich about sources providing him breaking news over the mainstream media.
BST Podcast: Will Celtics bring out Brink’s trucks for IT?
ESPN's Chris Forsberg‏ joined Boston Sports Tonight and explained to Kyle Draper, Michael Holley and Kaycee Smith why he believes that Isaiah Thomas is a max player.
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The allure of a 60-home run chase for Judge
A New York Yankee slugger making a march on 60 homers? That’s not something that should be taken lightly.
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Drellich: Red Sox 100% have to get 3rd base help at deadline
Evan Drellich explains why he thinks there is no doubt that the Red Sox need to go out and get some help at 3rd base at the trade deadline.
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Could Chiarelli have impact on Pastrnak's contract talks with B's?
Peter Chiarelli may no longer be the Boston Bruins' general manager, but he still might have some say so over Boston’s salary cap situation moving forward.
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Boston Red Sox left-hander Chris Sale delivers against the Tampa Bay Rays.
Sale too unique for Kershaw to learn from
Clayton Kershaw typically likes to watch other lefties pitch to see what he can pick up. But Kershaw doesn't watch Chris Sale.
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Are Red Sox true World Series contenders?
Evan Drellich chats with Trenni Kusnierek and Gary Tangauy about the Red Sox World Series potential.
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Brown, Tatum, Ojeleye move C's toward becoming more position-less
The newest Celtics’ versatility has ratcheted up their efforts to keep up with the NBA trend of playing position-less basketball.   
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Ante Zizic: 'I expect a little bit more from myself'
Ante Zizic’s strong game is among the many factors that contributed to Boston’s 70-64 win over Portland
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Stars, studs and duds: Tatum should be in running for Summer League MVP
Jayson Tatum turned in yet another strong performance for the Boston Celtics, tallying 11 points and seven rebounds.
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Maxwell: Tatum's shot reminds me of Garnett
Cedric Maxwell joins Sports Sunday with Kyle Draper to discuss his early thoughts on Jayson Tatum's performances in the Summer League games.
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Sweeney: B's looking to get a Pastrnak deal done 'in the near future'
Bruins general manager Don Sweeney says there currently is no timeline for signing David Pastrnak.
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Observations from Day 4 of Bruins Development Camp
Here are the thoughts and observations from the fourth and final day of Bruins Development Camp at Warrior Ice Arena.
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Rivers, Thibodeau expect smooth adjustment to Boston for Hayward
Doc Rivers and Tom Thibodeau have no doubt in Gordon Hayward's ability to adjust to Boston.
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Rozier aware he needs to step up with departure of 'great mentor' Bradley
Avery Bradley’s departure likely means a more prominent role for Terry Rozier who will be entering his third NBA season
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Boston Bruins left-wing prospect Anders Bjork at development camp.
Bjork reports to camp, using open NHL job as 'inspiration'
Anders Bjork arrives at Bruins development camp and takes the first steps to try and seize the open left-wing spot with the B's.
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Drellich: Sox still need to seek help at third base via trade
The Red Sox would be taking a big risk if they convince themselves Tzu-Wei Lin’s immediate success is reason to pass on a trade for a third baseman.
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BOSTON SPORTS TONIGHT PODCAST: Is Isaiah Thomas a 'max guy?'
A. Sherrod Blakely checks in from Las Vegas to talk about Isaiah Thomas’ upcoming free agency and whether he’ll see the 'Brinks truck ' and max contract he wants. 
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Mannix: Bradley is the 'most underrated player in all of basketball'
Chris Mannix reacts to how much the loss of Avery Bradley will hurt the Boston Celtics next season.
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Zboril working for shot at Bruins vacancy on defense
Jakub Zboril would like to be the next defenseman to get the call as more of the Bruins youth movement is taking hold.
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Thomas on Bradley trade: 'It hurt to have to see him go'
As tough as it was for Isaiah Thomas to see one of his best friends traded, he realizes just how significant adding Gordon Hayward will be
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Thomas: 'They know they've got to bring the Brinks truck'
Isaiah Thomas has seen the contracts passed out to free agents, and believes he is due a max contract when he hits free agency 
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Will the Hayward-Crowder dynamic be a problem for C's?
Cedric Maxwell gives his opinion on whether or not the Gordon Hayward-Jae Crowder dynamic will be a problem for the Boston Celtics this season.
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CELTICS TALK PODCAST: Hayward's impact and Bradley trade
A. Sherrod Blakely and Kyle Draper discuss Gordon Hayward's impact on the Celtics and the Avery Bradley trade
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Five reasons why the Avery Bradley trade is a win for the Celtics
Celtics fans will miss Avery Bradley, but this trade had to be done and will be to Boston’s benefit in the long run.
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Kelly Olynyk thanks Boston as he leaves for Heat
Kelly Olynyk is leaving Boston on good terms. 
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Observations from Day 1 of Bruins development camp
No. 1 pick Urho Vaakenainen looked as good as advertised and other thoughts after the first day of Bruins development camp.
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Stars, studs, duds: Tatum, Exum battle for spotlight
Jayson Tatum turns in his second straight double-double in the Utah Summer League, but Dante Exum leads a comeback that carries the Jazz over the Celtics.
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Brown: Using Summer League to prove a point
Jaylen Brown talks with Abby Chin about what he  is trying to improve this season and why he wanted to play in the Summer League again this year.
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Tanguay: Antetokounmpo could be new pipe dream for Celtics
With Woj reporting that teams are starting to plot to acquire Giannis Antetokounmpo, Gary Tanguay says if the Celtics can't get Anthony Davis, the Greek Freak would be the new pipe dream.
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Top 10 free agent signings in Boston sports history
For the second straight offseason, the Celtics have landed a top free agent, but will Gordon Hayward go down as one of Boston's best free-agent signings ever? Here's his competition.  
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Stars, studs, duds: Tatum shows atypically ideal skills for rookie
Jayson Tatum's pace was atypically ideal for a rookie in the Boston Celtics’ 81-70 summer league loss to the San Antonio Spurs on Wednesday. 
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Mannix thinks C's should inquire about McGee
Chris Mannix explains why it makes sense for the Celtics to look into JaVale McGee.
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Mannix: Why a sign-and-trade makes sense for Celtics
Chris Mannix explains why the sign-and-trade for Gordon Hayward and Jae Crowder makes sense for the Celtics.
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Heaps: 'Unfortunately we just give goals away for fun'
Jay Heaps discusses the tough loss the New England Revolution to the New York Red Bulls
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What's the next move for Celtics?
Kyle Draper and Brian Scalabrine discuss who could be coming and who needs to go now that the Celtics have signed Gordon Hayward.
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Dealing with change
The Bruins are confident they'll reach agreement on a new contract with David Pastrnak as both sides wait for the free-agent market to settle.
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Five factors for signing Hayward
Were these five of the reasons Gordon Hayward chose to sign with the Celtics?
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Thomas, Horford, Jazz and others react to Hayward signing with Celtics
The Utah Jazz tweeted (and deleted) an image of Rudy Gobert after the Gordon Hayward signing became official
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C's need to make a few roster moves to make room for Hayward
There’s a bit – make that quite a bit – of roster cleansing the Celtics must first do in order to make sure they have enough salary cap space to sign Gordon Hayward.
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Celtics get their man
After a day of conflicting reports, Gordon Hayward ends the confusion Tuesday night by announcing he's leaving the Utah Jazz and heading East to join the Boston Celtics.
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jeter-flip-vs-pedroia-flip
Who wore it better? Jeter's flip or Pedroia's?
Dustin Pedroia's bare-handed catch and throw in the Red Sox 11-inning victory over the Rangers drew instant comparison's to Derek Jeter's flip play and might be the best defensive play Pedroia has ever made.
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Stars, studs and duds: Dominant start to summer league for Brown
Jaylen Brown led all scorers with a double-double of 29 points and 13 rebounds
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Fultz makes first shot, but Tatum, Celtics get last laugh
Even though Jaylen Brown was the best player on the floor, the story of the night centered on the play of Markelle Fultz and Jayson Tatum.
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Miami Dolphins defensive lineman Ndamukong Suh.
Suh: 'I think the Patriots are definitely beatable'
Dolphins defensive lineman Ndamukong Suh made it clear that he isn’t afraid of the New England Patriots.
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Tanguay: Brady had perfect response to concussion comments
Gary Tanguay says that Tom Brady had the perfect response to Gisele's concussion comments.
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Dubious blog post says Celtics will sign Hayward
Consider the source on this, but at least one person thinks Gordon Hayward has agreed to sign with the Celtics. 
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'Never doubt somebody who says they're injured'
Evan Drellich talks to Gary DiSarcina, who's settling in during his first season as Red Sox bench coach.
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Haggerty to Bruins: Just say no
The Bruins are rumored to be in trade discussions for Matt Duchene. But if Brandon Carlo's part of the deal, they should step away from the table.
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Tatum taking things 'one day at a time' as summer league begins
The draft is in the past and, starting tonight, Jayson Tatum is getting back to doing what he loves the most -- playing basketball.
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Once peers, Chris Paul remains a star while Rajon Rondo looks for work
Roughly the same age, Chris Paul and Rajon Rondo were peers as All-Star point guards for years. One of them is still a star; the other is Rondo.
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Was Price's confrontation with Eckersley over E-Rod criticism?
According to Jim Palmer's tweet - which Dennis Eckersley liked - David Price confronted Eckersley because of the criticism following Eduardo Rodriguez's rehab start.
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Mannix: Gallinari would fit very well in Stevens' offense
Chris Mannix says that Danilo Gallinari would be a great fit and someone the Boston Celtics should look to sign if they miss out on Gordon Hayward.
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Boston Bruins GM Don Sweeney addresses the media.
Best and worst free agent deals of the Sweeney era
Here are the three best and three worst free agent signings for Don Sweeney and the Boston Bruins as they continue their search for a left-shot defenseman.
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Five factors for signing Hayward
The pitch for Gordon Hayward has officially begun.
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Jaylen Brown-Boston Celtics 2017 Summer League Preview.
Jaylen Brown now the 'veteran' of Celtics summer leaguers
Beginning Monday in Utah, Jaylen Brown will lead a Celtics Summer League team that also features fellow No. 3 pick Jayson Tatum.  
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Bean: Yes, the Seguin trade was a disaster, but let's talk about the Hayes trade
The buyout of Jimmy Hayes shouldn't change anyone's opinion on the terrible Tyler Seguin trade. Can we criticize the Hayes deal, though? 
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Blakely: George trade puts spotlight on Hayward decision
Celtics' quest to sign Gordon Hayward is much more significant now that Paul George has been traded to OKC
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Shaughnessy to Price: 'You don't take on Dennis Eckersley in this town'
Dan Shaughnessy reacts to the reports that David Price had a verbal altercation with Dennis Eckersley.
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Haggerty: Hayes buyout closes door on Seguin trade chapter
Jimmy Hayes' buyout serves as the final footnote in the Bruins' debacle of a trade that sent Tyler Seguin to the Dallas Stars
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Haggerty's 2017 NHL Draft grades
Joe Haggerty shares some observations hands out his grades for each of the 31 draft classes from last weekend’s NHL Draft
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Carrabis responds to Dombrowski questioning Barstool’s credibility
Jared Carrabis calls into Boston Sports Tonight to react to Dave Dombrowski questioning Barstool Sports' credibility.
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Why it's probably silly to stress over Bruins draft 'reaches'
There are sleepers in every draft, but no draft lends itself to going off the board more than hockey.
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Ainge's son pushing for Hayward to stay with Jazz
Tanner Ainge, who is running for Congress in Utah, used Massachusetts’ potential “millionaire’s tax” to try to sway the free agent’s decision. 
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Miami Heat potential free agent James Johnson.
Could James Johnson be an Evan Turner-type for Celtics?
A big part of the Miami Heat's turnaround this past season, 6-9 James Johnson could be an under-the-radar piece for the Celtics.  
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Ramirez bothered by right shoulder more than last year
Hanley Ramirez on Wednesday afternoon acknowledged his shoulders are bothering him more this year than last year. 
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Bean: They shouldn't . . . but here's why they might
Bruins fans are so against the team signing free-agent defenseman Kevin Shattenkirk that it's worth discussing why they might. 
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Texas Hold'em: Noel would interest Celts, but Mavs probably won't let him go
Nerlens Noel might be on the Celtics' Plan B free-agent wish list, but the wish may be in vain because Dallas clearly plans to keep him.
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Paul George of the Indiana Pacers (left) and Gordon Hayward of the Utah Jazz.
Bean: These moves would rate with the best
If the Celtics acquire Paul George and Gordon Hayward, this becomes a transformative offseason. Where would it rank with others in Boston sports?
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Drellich: MLB could explain umpire rulings more often
If the NBA can put out Last 2 Minute reports, why can’t MLB provide more regular explanations or reviews of contested calls?
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Report: Celtics offer Pacers deal for Paul George
According to Adam Kaufman, the Celtics have offered the Pacers a deal to acquire Paul George.
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Blakely: The payoff may be at hand
Danny Ainge built, and held onto, his assets until the right opportunity arose. It may result in both Paul George and Gordon Hayward becoming Celtics.
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Hanley Ramirez of the Boston Red Sox in the 2016 ALDS
Drellich: Step up or step out
If Hanley Ramirez -- hitting .202 the past month and out of the lineup again Tuesday -- isn't getting it done at DH, the Red Sox need to look elsewhere.
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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.
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First 53-man roster projection for 2017 Patriots
Like Bill Belichick says: jobs aren't won or lost during OTAs and minicamp. That doesn't mean we can't guess at who lands on the 53-man roster in September.
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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?
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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.
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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.
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Drellich: Sox don't 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.
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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.
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