Saturday Links from Len

Bob Ryan asks for a mulligan today. No, it doesn’t related to the Kidd family. Bob feels like a fool for not including the Boston Celtics in his recent column on dynasties. Shira Springer reports that NBPA (NBA Union) is going to go all out to help Vin Baker collect all of his $35 million from the Celtics. It makes you wonder why they ever agreed to adjust the contract in the first place.

There’s a big local college basketball game as PC visits BC at Conte Forum. The game is on Ch. 56 at 2 PM. Mark Blaudschun has a feature on PC star Ryan Gomes, a Connecticut kid, who wanted to go to UConn. Jim Calhoun didn’t want him. Kevin McNamara has a column on the matchup between Gomes and BC’s Craig Smith.

George King says A-Rod could be a Yankee and that NY and Texas have talked about a deal that would also include Soriano.

NECN had a story last night that Winthrop is cutting out all of its sports teams in 2004 as the result of a bleak financial situation. Winthrop may be the first major municipality in the state to do this. But it may not be the last.

The Bruins are on national (or regional) tv today with a game on Ch. 5 at 3 PM.