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Jacobs thinks Bruins can trade Thomas

My thoughts: It##Q##s crazy to think what Tim Thomas has done to himself and the Bruins team but it would be even crazier if we could actually get a player in return for this knucklehead while he takes the whole season off.  Sounds like it could happen so let##Q##s hope it does. Read the article …

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Source: Red Sox get lefty Breslow

The Red Sox on Tuesday acquired lefty reliever Craig Breslow from the Arizona Diamondbacks in exchange for right-handed reliever Matt Albers and outfielder Scott Podsednik, according to a major league source.The 31-year-old Breslow was a 2.70 ERA in 43 1/3 innings for the Diamondsbacks this season, with 42 strikeouts and 13 walks. He has held …

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Keeping Gordon gives Rivers a shot at point

Eric Gordon said the Hornets had already drafted his replacement, Austin Rivers, and that they would be better with the ex-Duke star starting his career at shooting guard. The team ignored Gordon by matching the offer sheet he signed with the Suns and deciding on Rivers at point guard. Source Article from http://feeds.boston.com/click.phdo?i=fa43309974ad91e7a3da77e9f2883971

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Collins, two guards on board

Courtney Lee, recently acquired by the Celtics in a three-way, five-player trade, is expected to contend for a starting position this season. But the deal did not help Boston’s summer league team. After losing JaJuan Johnson, E’Twaun Moore, and Sean Williams in the deal (which also included Sasha Pavlovic), the Celtics lost their final three …

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Varitek: Too early to consider coaching

Retired catcher Jason Varitek, after a pregame ceremony at Fenway Park on Saturday to honor his career with the Red Sox, said that he is not yet ready to contemplate coaching. He made it sound as if it was an undertaking that he would one day consider, but that for now, he is still …

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Pats, Bucs to hold joint practices next month

The Patriots announced Friday that they will hold joint practices with the Buccaneers next month in advance of their Aug. 24 preseason game. The practices will be held in Florida on Aug. 22 and 23, and will be the second series of joint practices that New England will hold this year — the Patriots …

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Bard has efficient, effective outing

Daniel Bard had his most encouraging outing of his Triple-A assignment Monday night, retiring the side on 10 pitches (eight strikes) against Rochester. All three batters he faced grounded out.  It was the second straight day in which Bard threw for the PawSox. On Sunday, he threw 21 pitches (only nine strikes), giving up …

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Report: Allen to meet with Heat, Clippers

The Celtics want Ray Allen back and for the moment they are in position to offer him the best deal — $12 million over two years — but they have competition. TNT’s David Aldridge reports that Allen will meet with the Heat and Clippers and is also being pursued by the Grizzlies and Timberwolves.  …

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Sullinger has things to prove

“If you consider me landing to the Boston Celtics a drop, then I’ll do it all over again without a hesitation,” he said. “So honestly, it’s been like that all my life. When I was younger, everybody said I was too big. Going into high school, they said I wouldn’t be able to play that …

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Return shows desire

For Ainge, there was no reason to blow up the Celtics quickly. They came within one quarter of reaching the NBA Finals against the league’s best team. How easily the Heat disposed of the Thunder was a confidence booster and wake-up call to Celtics management about how talented they truly were, even without Jeff Green, …

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Celtics NBA Draft chat with Gary Dzen

We’re at TD Garden, site of the Celtics’ war room, ready for everything and anything that can happen tonight during the 2012 NBA Draft. We’ll launch the chat at 7:30 and keep it up throughout the night. Stop by, ask a question, leave a comment, and enjoy. Source Article from http://feeds.boston.com/click.phdo?i=e9bf9a9a2d58a523bdb9028351a83fe3

Report: Celtics looking to move into lottery

By Gary Dzen, Boston.com Staff Celtics president of basketball operations Danny Ainge owns picks No. 21 and 22 in tonight’s NBA Draft, but he’s “aggressively’ looking to move into the top 14 picks, if not higher, sources tell Yahoo! Sports NBA columnist Adrian Wojnarowski. The Celtics also hold pick No. 51 in tonight’s draft. Source …

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Celtics take Syracuse C Fab Melo with 22nd pick

A talented defender and shot blocker, Melo was the second big man chosen by Boston. They also had the 21st pick, which they used to take Ohio State forward Jared Sullinger. Boston’s second-round pick is the 51st overall. Source Article from http://feeds.boston.com/click.phdo?i=ba39d43d510a4cadaf3ca94f44a792fd