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    BOSTON (CBS) — Jayson Tatum made it a point to call Wednesday night’s Game 2 win over the Nets a “humongous team effort,” and then rattled off everyone who hit the floor in the victory. Every Celtic that played had their fingerprints on the victory, giving Boston a commanding 2-0 lead in the series. Tatum, Jaylen Brown, Marcus Smart and Payton Pritchard all come up big late in the game, as the Celtics put the finishing touches on their comeback win. But that comeback never would have happened if Boston wasn’t able to stay afloat in the first quarter while Tatum and Brown struggled. Brooklyn took a 17-point lead in the second, but that lead could have easily been closer to 25 had someone not picked up the slack. That someone was Grant Williams. READ MORE: Trevor Story Batting Leadoff With Red Sox For First Time, One Day After Taking Fastball To HeadThe third-year forward played strong defense throughout the game, but it was his flurry of threes at the end of the first and start of the second that...
    BOSTON (CBS) — Dingers. Long balls. Round trippers. It doesn’t matter what you call them, people love home runs. And the Red Sox should hit plenty of them once again in 2022. READ MORE: Red Sox Announce 2022 Opening Day RosterBoston mashed 219 homers last season, leading to a lot of rides in that laundry cart of theirs. That total was good for 10th in baseball and sixth in the American League. The Red Sox going to have to hit even more to keep up with the arms — or rather, bats — race in the AL East, with the Jays, Yankees and Rays all going yard more than Boston last season. Those bats won’t be quieting down this year, either. And with their current pitching staff, the Red Sox are going to have to plate a lot of runs to keep pace in the AL East race. So who will lead the Boston power surge this season? It doesn’t matter who tops that list, but this is the preseason and we’re here to ask silly questions like that. And as...
    BOSTON (CBS) – On a walk down Chinatown’s Beach Street, smiling eyes quickly find Jackie Church. “I’m craving your fish filet,” Church says enthusiastically. “I’ll be back soon,” she tells Peter Wang, owner of the Taiwan Café – a mainstay in the neighborhood known for its award-winning dumplings. READ MORE: Inside The State House: Hallways Empty, Offices Locked As Lawmakers Work From HomeWang recently told Church that a PPP loan was critical in keeping his business open, but revenue is down by more than half. Still, he refuses to give up on the restaurant. And that’s the story across this historic enclave, where the business owners who weathered the pandemic are fighting to thrive. When we first visited in March, some businesses were closing for good, and the neighborhood was a ghost town. But with vaccines and dropping COVID-19 numbers things are starting to turn around. Beneath its iconic gateway, signs of a spirited culture are everywhere. The old timers still play their cards along Mary Soo Hoo Park, lively lanterns adorn the sky and new store...
    The Rolling Stones’ Mick Jagger is famous for his hip-snaking sorcery on stage, but the lead singer may have been shown up by Boston Dynamic robot ‘Spot' in a new video. To celebrate the 40th anniversary of the British band's 'Tattoo You' album, Boston Dynamics' engineers taught Spot to dance and lip-sync like Jagger in the ‘Start Me Up’ music video. The company also trained three other Spot robots to recreate the moves of fellow band members Keith Richards, Ronnie Wood and Charlie Watts. During the video, the lead Spot moves its long neck to mimic the motions Jagger makes with his arms and the robot also opens its mouth to lip-sync along with the Rockstar. Scroll down for video The Rolling Stones’ Mick Jagger is famous for his hip-snaking sorcery on stage, but the lead singer may have been shown up by Boston Dynamic robot ‘Spot' in a new video The veteran British band first began performing in 1962 and are the first to score a number one album on the British charts across six different decades. 'Tattoo You'...
    The Boston Red Sox blew a 7-1 lead to the Rays while giving up the game-tying run in the ninth inning on an inside-the-park home run. It’s funny how quickly fortunes can change in baseball. One minute, you’re scoring six runs in the second inning to take a commanding lead against a division rival. The next, you’re giving up an inside-the-park home run to tie the game in the ninth inning. A loss under any circumstances would have produced the same results for Boston, but to do it in such a ridiculous way only pours salt on the wound. Next: Playoff bracket if the season ended now
    By Matthew Geagan, CBS Boston BOSTON (CBS) — If anything was apparent after the great disaster of 2021, it was that the Celtics needed a fresh young voice to lead the way from the bench. They have found that fresh young voice in Ime Udoka. READ MORE: Celtics Reportedly Set To Hire Ime Udoka As Teams New Head Coach Brad Stevens continued his busy first month as Celtics president of basketball ops., reportedly deciding on Udoka as his replacement on the Boston bench. Stevens did a fairly solid job in his seven seasons as head coach of the Celtics, but even he admitted that he was no longer the best man for the job after a disappointing 2021 season. Whether he’s the best man for his new job remains to be seen, but he’s done pretty well since taking over just hours after Boston was dispatched in the first round of the playoffs by the Nets. Stevens went and plucked one of the bright young minds off Steve Nash’s staff, stealing from the team that just sent the Celtics packing....
    By Matthew Geagan, CBS Boston BOSTON (CBS) — If anything was apparent after the great disaster of 2021, it was that the Celtics needed a fresh young voice to lead the way from the bench. They have found that fresh young voice in Ime Udoka. READ MORE: Celtics Reportedly Set To Hire Ime Udoka As Teams New Head Coach Brad Stevens continued his busy first month as Celtics president of basketball ops., reportedly deciding on Udoka as his replacement on the Boston bench. Stevens did a fairly solid job in his seven seasons as head coach of the Celtics, but even he admitted that he was no longer the best man for the job after a disappointing 2021 season. Whether he’s the best man for his new job remains to be seen, but he’s done pretty well since taking over just hours after Boston was dispatched in the first round of the playoffs by the Nets. Stevens went and plucked one of the bright young minds off Steve Nash’s staff, stealing from the team that just sent the Celtics packing....
    BROOKLYN, New York -- The Brooklyn Nets took a commanding 2-0 series lead on Tuesday night after their 130-108 victory against the Boston Celtics.This is breaking news. This story will be updated as more information becomes available.The Brooklyn Nets host the Boston Celtics in game 2 of the Eastern Conference first round Tuesday night, with a 1-0 lead in the series.The Nets won the opening game of the series with a 104-93 win over the Celtics on Saturday.The Nets got off to a slow start, but once the second half arrived, Kevin Durant, Kyrie Irving and James Harden went from way off to off and running.Durant had 32 points and 12 rebounds, Irving scored 29 points and the Nets recovered from their superstars' frigid start to beat the Celtics 104-93 on Saturday night."I think once your energy's focused on the defensive side of the ball, it will start to turn for you," Durant said. "So you saw that for us in the second half."Harden finished with 21 points, nine rebounds and eight assists in just the ninth appearance of the...
    PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — Jayson Tatum scored 32 points, including a key 3-pointer in the final moments, and the Boston Celtics held off the Portland Trail Blazers 116-115 on Tuesday night to extend their winning streak to four straight games. Jaylen Brown added 24 points and Kemba Walker had 21 for Boston, winners of six of their last seven games. Damian Lillard had 28 points and 10 assists, and Carmelo Anthony had 25 points off the bench for Portland. Tatum’s 3-pointer early in the final quarter put the Celtics up 99-91, their biggest lead of the game to that point. Anthony closed the gap for Portland with a jumper and a 3-pointer. It appeared as if the Celtics were pulling away when Walker’s 3 put Boston up 107-99 with just over five minutes left, but Lillard’s 3-pointer got Portland within five points. CJ McCollum’s jumper and a pair of free throws from Lillard narrowed it to 107-106. After Robert Williams III’s layup, Lillard’s 3 tied it at 109 with 2:03 left. Williams’ tip kept...
    This time, Steve Pearce is at a safe distance. He is at home in Tampa, sometimes hunting deer in North Florida, fishing, hanging out with his kids, watching baseball only if he’s exhausted a long list of better things to do. He will not be bringing destiny’s bat from the on-deck circle and enjoying the week of his life, as he did for Boston in the 2018 World Series, at the Dodgers’ expense. “I tell everybody, I picked a great time to get hot,” Pearce said. “I don’t really look back at it that often. Being in the World Series after having a journeyman career, reaching the pinnacle of baseball, and then just ending it there … it’s everything you wanted it to be.” Few have jumped on a stage, dominated it and then disappeared so quickly. Pearce hit three home runs in the five-game Boston victory, and he walked four times in 16 plate appearances. On a team that featured Mookie Betts, J.D. Martinez, Chris Sale and David Price, he was the Series MVP,...
    Boston Celtics (48-24, third in the Eastern Conference during the regular season) vs. Miami Heat (44-29, fifth in the Eastern Conference during the regular season) Lake Buena Vista, Florida; Wednesday, 8:30 p.m. EDT LINE: Celtics -3; over/under is 210.5 EASTERN CONFERENCE FINALS: Heat lead series 2-1 BOTTOM LINE: The Miami Heat take on the Boston Celtics in the Eastern Conference finals with a 2-1 lead in the series. The Celtics won the previous matchup 117-106. Jaylen Brown scored 26 points to lead Boston to the victory and Bam Adebayo recorded 27 points in defeat for Miami. The Heat are 30-13 in conference matchups. Miami is 43-21 in games when scoring at least 100 points. The Celtics have gone 30-13 against Eastern Conference opponents. Boston has a 47-16 record when scoring 100 or more points. TOP PERFORMERS: Jimmy Butler leads the Heat with 6.0 assists, and scores 19.9 points per game. Goran Dragic is averaging 21.1 points and 4.2 rebounds while shooting 44.6% over the last 10 games for Miami. Jayson Tatum is averaging 23.4 points and 7.0 rebounds for the...
    Boston Celtics (48-24, third in the Eastern Conference during the regular season) vs. Miami Heat (44-29, fifth in the Eastern Conference during the regular season) Lake Buena Vista, Florida; Saturday, 8:30 p.m. EDT EASTERN CONFERENCE FINALS: Heat lead series 2-0 BOTTOM LINE: The Miami Heat play the Boston Celtics in the Eastern Conference finals with a 2-0 lead in the series. The Heat won the previous matchup 106-101. Goran Dragic scored 25 points to help lead Miami to the win and Kemba Walker totaled 23 points in defeat for Boston. The Heat are 30-13 in conference matchups. Miami ranks eighth in the Eastern Conference in rebounding averaging 44.4 rebounds. Bam Adebayo leads the Heat with 10.2 boards. The Celtics have gone 30-13 against Eastern Conference opponents. Boston has a 29-8 record against teams under .500. TOP PERFORMERS: Duncan Robinson leads the Heat averaging 3.7 made 3-pointers, and is scoring 13.5 points per game while shooting 44.6% from beyond the arc. Dragic is averaging 22 points and 4.6 assists over the last 10 games for Miami. Jayson Tatum leads the Celtics...
    Miami Heat (44-29, fifth in the Eastern Conference during the regular season) vs. Boston Celtics (48-24, third in the Eastern Conference during the regular season) Lake Buena Vista, Florida; Thursday, 7 p.m. EDT LINE: Celtics -1.5; over/under is 209.5 EASTERN CONFERENCE FINALS: Heat lead series 1-0 BOTTOM LINE: The Miami Heat take on the Boston Celtics in the Eastern Conference finals with a 1-0 lead in the series. The Heat won the last matchup 117-114. Goran Dragic scored 29 points to help lead Miami to the win and Jayson Tatum recorded 30 points in the loss for Boston. The Celtics are 30-13 against conference opponents. Boston averages 13.8 turnovers per game and is 31-13 when it wins the turnover battle. The Heat have gone 30-13 against Eastern Conference opponents. Miami averages 14.9 turnovers per game and is 25-12 when turning the ball over more than opponents. TOP PERFORMERS: Marcus Smart leads the Celtics with 4.9 assists, and scores 12.9 points per game. Tatum is averaging 24.3 points, 10.7 rebounds and 4.6 assists over the last 10 games for Boston. Jimmy...
    At least 7 Covid-19 cases in Nebraska tied to Sturgis motorcycle rally Here Are Dominos 2020 Christmas Hours, Because Christmas Day Pizza Is Totally a Thing Dustin Johnson stole the show, and the lead, at TPC Boston with 60 after Scottie Scheffler’s 59 NORTON, Mass. – Danny Lee walked off the golf course after shooting a 64, signed his scorecard and talked with a couple of media members. He was one of the first players to complete his loop of TPC Boston on Friday morning, and his name was at the top of the leaderboard. Anyone who shoots 66-64 to start a tournament has the right to pump out his chest a little and feel good about things, but by the time Lee’s rental car rolled down the driveway and turned onto Route 40, his fantastic start at the 2020 Northern Trust would be forgotten. © Provided by Golfweek PGA: THE NORTHERN TRUST - Second Round The course, originally designed by Arnold Palmer in 2002 and updated in 2017 by Gil Hanse, became an aviary on Friday. Birdies and...
    By Matthew Geagan, CBS Boston BOSTON (CBS) — Monday night’s Game 1 win over the 76ers probably won’t go down as one of the Celtics’ best playoff victories in the franchise’s storied history. But it could very well go down as a preview of the greatness that is to come from the team’s rising stars, Jayson Tatum and Jaylen Brown. The Jays are the future of the franchise. Everyone knows that, because it’s a tune that the Celtics and fans have been singing for the last three season. On Monday night, that song could have won a Grammy. Boston’s dynamic duo combined for 61 points and played some phenomenal defense throughout the Celtics’ 109-101 victory over Philadelphia. It’s the most combined points the Jays have had in a playoff game in their young careers. On a night like that, it’s OK to overreact a tad. Tatum led all scorers with a playoff career high 32 points, hitting 10 of his 21 attempts while adding 13 rebounds. He did most of his damage in the first half, putting up 21 points...
    WATCH: Yankees’ Miguel Andujar suffers bad error, allowing Boston to take the lead By: Alexander Wilson August 2, 2020 PrevPreviousDid the Yankees strike gold with one young relief pitcher? ShareTweet0 SharesThe New York Yankees entered the third inning with the lead of 3-2, but it didn’t last long after James Paxton gave up a series of hits. Aaron Judge secured the lead with a three-run home run at the top of the inning, extending his streak to homering in five consecutive games. However, left fielder Miguel Andujar suffered a bad error, which allowed the Red Sox to retake the lead. On a routine ball bouncing after a single to left field, Andujar miss-played it and the ball ricocheted off his shin and toward the wall. This allowed Rafael Devers to score from first base and the Yankees lost the lead because of it. This was Andujar’s second error since intrasquad play, as he has taken to the position well aside from this mistake. However, it could force manager Aaron Boone to...
    WATCH: Yankees’ Miguel Andujar suffers bad errors, allowing Boston to take the lead By: Alexander Wilson August 2, 2020 PrevPreviousDid the Yankees strike gold with one young relief pitcher? ShareTweet0 SharesThe New York Yankees entered the third inning with the lead of 3-2, but it didn’t last long after James Paxton gave up a series of hits. Aaron Judge secured the lead with a three-run home run at the top of the inning, extending his streak to homering in five consecutive games. However, left fielder Miguel Andujar suffered a bad error, which allowed the Red Sox to retake the lead. On a routine ball bouncing after a single to left field, Andujar miss-played it and the ball ricocheted off his shin and toward the wall. This allowed Rafael Devers to score from first base and the Yankees lost the lead because of it. This was Andujar’s second error since intrasquad play, as he has taken to the position well aside from this mistake. However, it could force manager Aaron Boone to...
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