Your daily rundown of what's going on with the Patriots, Red Sox, Celtics, Bruins and Revolution, and what's about to happen ...
- Well, lookie here, the Celtics are not dead and buried this season quite yet. Right after the whole city was ready to throw Danny Ainge and Brad Stevens off the Zakim, the Celtics won their third straight game last night with one more to go before the all-star break.
- Of course, no Kawhi helped just a little bit.
- Robert Williams is becoming a problem for opponents.
- In case you missed it, make sure you check out Karalis' excellent breakdown of Kemba Walker.
- Bruins are hosting Big Zee and the Caps tonight.
- Why Jack Studnicka deserves more reps.
- Bruins pod.
- I emptied the nugget notebook on all things Patriots QBs and free agency.
- Patriots podcast in audio and video form, if you'd like to listen to the discussion.
- Garrett Whitlock looking to make his mark with the Sox.
- Bobby Dalbec making adjustments.
Time to hit the links...
Bedard: Latest nuggets on the Patriots, including Mariota, Garoppolo, Fitzpatrick, Minshew, Newton & free agency
Podcast & Video: Bedard Patriots Pod – QB-heavy nugget-palooza on Patriots’ offseason
BSJ Daily Briefing 03.02.21: Kyle Van Noy to be released by Dolphins … reunion?
Karalis: Robert Williams molding his freakish gifts into basketball skills
BSJ Game Report: Celtics 117, Clippers 112 – Home cooking feeds Celtics a winning streak
BSJ Live Q&A: Karalis on Celtics/NBA, Noon Wednesday
Video Breakdown: Kemba Walker and the nuanced art of setting up teammates
McAdam: Rule 5 pick Garrett Whitlock hoping to make the most of his opportunity
Red Sox Notebook: Bobby Dalbec ready to make adjustments; Sox muscle up for four homers
Live Q&A: Chat Red Sox and MLB with Sean McAdam, Tuesday at 5 p.m.
Noon: BSJ Live Q&A — Karalis on Celtics/NBA
1 p.m.: MLB — Exhibition: Red Sox at Minnesota WEEI-AM 850
2 p.m.: WCBK — ACC first round: Boston College vs. Pittsburgh NESN
3 p.m.: MLB — Exhibition: Seattle vs Chicago Cubs ESPN
3 p.m.: NBA — G League: Clippers vs. Ignite ESPNU
4:30 p.m.: WCHK — Hockey East semifinals: UConn vs. NU NESN
6:30 p.m.: MCBK — UConn at Seton Hall FS1
7 p.m.: MCBK — Providence at St. John’s CBSSN
7 p.m.: WCHK — Hockey East semifinals: Maine vs. Providence NESN
7 p.m.: NHL — Washington at Bruins NBCSN
7:30 p.m.: NBA — Brooklyn at Houston ESPN
8 p.m.: MLB — Exhibition: Cincinnati at LA Dodgers MLB Network
10 p.m.: NBA — Golden State at Portland ESPN
9 p.m.: MCBK — Boston College at Florida St. ACC Network
9:30 p.m.: NHL — St. Louis at Anaheim NBCSN
NOTE on National college basketball schedule. There are so many channels (what the heck is FloHoops?) and Covid cancelations, we simply can't list every game that's on. Haven't really found a good list, but the NCAA daily schedule is here.
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Super excited to have a young star in a tight nationally televised game get thrown out for.... this. I'm sure people were done watching Booker score the ball a lot https://t.co/KuaidurrDQ
— John Karalis 🇬🇷 (@RedsArmy_John) March 3, 2021
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