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Breaking News: Kyrie Irving Officially a Boston Celtic

At around 10:45 p.m. EST, the blockbuster trade that has been dominating headlines for the past couple days became official at last. On Friday night, Isaiah Thomas traveled to Cleveland to undergo his physical evaluation, which is necessary for all

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Why the Bruins Won’t Make the Postseason 

It’s in the nature of every hockey fan to hope that their team will be successful, and while it’s obvious the Bruins aren’t Stanely Cup contenders, you shouldn’t have a great feeling the Bruins will able to make it past

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Indians Have Ability to Promptly Derail Red Sox Season

With the playoffs right around the corner, the Boston Red Sox are in position to duke it out against last season’s American League champions, the Cleveland Indians. The Indians, who swept the BoSox in last season’s ALDS, are a terrifying

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Ranking Paul Pierce’s Top 5 Moments with the Celtics

When you think Boston Celtics, one of the first names that comes to mind is Paul Pierce. After being selected with the 10th pick in the 1998 NBA Draft by the Celtics, Pierce went on to play 15 years with

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Prime Time Sports Talk’s Weekly Tuesday Poll: Patriots’ Biggest Weakness

It has been said for months now, “The Patriots are loaded”. With Julian Edelman going down and Kony Ealy not working out, what would you say their biggest weakness is?

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Patriots Bolster Defense; Add Flowers

Help is on the way. The New England Patriots have traded a seventh-round pick to the Cincinnatti Bengals for reserve linebacker Marquis Flowers. Flowers, a 2013 sixth-round draft pick out of Arizona, played in all 16 games the past two

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Why the Celtics Can Not Sacrifice More for Kyrie Irving

Now that the Celtics deal moving Isaiah Thomas, Jae Crowder, Ante Zizic and the Brooklyn Nets 2018 pick – in exchange for Kyrie Irving has been put on hold thanks to Thomas’ hip injury, the Celtics and Cavaliers have entered

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Revolution Continue Away Woes with 1-0 Loss to D.C. United

The New England Revolution are now 0-10-3 in away games this season.

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Assessing David Pastrnak’s Value to the Bruins

With Boston Bruins training camp less than two weeks away, Bruins fans and management alike are waiting anxiously for the one announcement they all want to hear: the signing of David Pastrnak. Pastrnak, 21, is a restricted free agent with

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Connecticut Baseball Art Exhibit a Triple Play

WATERBURY, CONN. – With a unique blend of art, history and sports, “The Red Sox or Yankees: America’s Greatest Rivalry” art exhibit is a triple threat. The display, which is located at the Mattatuck Museum in Waterbury, Connecticut, is 85

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