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This year's Boston Bruins squad needs to avenge its playoffs choke during this time last year, or this season will be a bust.
Throwing Jarrod Saltalamacchia into the everyday Red Sox lineup and insisting on keeping Carl Crawford in the leadoff spot are mistakes the BoSox manager needs to stop making.
On paper, the 2011 Boston Red Sox look set to win the AL East. But only health and consistency from key players will get the hometown squad there.
Two classic '90s rock records sweetened and remastered with some bonus tracks, along with a thunderous, live show from 1994 on a bonus disc, all in one package.
The Boston alternative rock mainstays don't quite recapture the magic of its '90s classic Let Me Come Over album, but its latest record has its own instant classics.
The 2011 Boston Red Sox starting rotation is all set, but the revamped bullpen is still shaping up.
The Clippers got hot early. The Celtics got hot late, but it wasn't enough to overcome a shocking upset loss to Blake Griffin, Mo Williams and company.
With Kendrick Perkins gone, Celtics GM Danny Ainge is gambling that new big men like just acquired Troy Murphy and Nenad Krstic can help the team maintain championship-level defense.
Knicks fans can enjoy their new superstar, but shouldn't count on a championship run just yet.
Despite mounting injuries, Doc Rivers' squad remains one of the NBA's elite teams and aims to stay that way before the All-Star break.