Tuesday, September 28, 2010

"Tuesday, Where Nothing Happens" Links

Newly signed Boston Celtics center Shaquille O'Neal sits under Celtics championship banners at a news conference in Waltham, Massachusetts August 10, 2010.  REUTERS/Brian Snyder  (UNITED STATES - Tags: SPORT BASKETBALL)

Yesterday was media day for the Boston Celtics, and there were a lot of people with something to say.

Kendrick Perkins says he is "ahead of schedule" in his rehab.

Kevin Garnett is actually talking about his knee in a positive light, which is a stark contrast to how he was last season.

Delonte West had a question about Lebron's mom.

There's a lot of optimism around the Celtics this year.

To paraphrase Eddie Vedder, the Red Sox are still alive.

David Ortiz and Adrian Beltre each reached the 100-rbi plateau.

Tony Massarotti has 5 reasons to keep watching the Sox.

Clay Buchholz might have cost Felix Hernandez the Cy Young award last night.

This weekend's game is a must-win for the Patriots.

Former Patriots assistant coach Charlie Weis had surgery.

Steve Maneri was released.

Ian Rapoport talked to members of the defense and got the answer we all expect to hear.

Former Portland Pirate Nathan Gerbe had two goals for the Sabres, but it wasn't enough to top Phil Kessel and the Maple Leafs in pre-season action.

High School
For the best high school sports coverage in the state straight from the source, check out Michael Hoffer at The Forecaster, the new Sun Journal Varsity, the Bangor Daily News and MBR.Org.



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