Another Patriots Day is upon us with the Boston Marathon and traditional 11:00 AM Red Sox game. Your Celtics are champions of the Atlantic Division and have the t-shirts to prove it. We also have the beginnings of a week of NFL draft coverage.

The Celtics beat the Raptors in Toronto to wrap up their first division crown in 13 years last night, giving them 45 wins on the season with two to play. Peter May doesn’t seem all that impressed, but I guess that’s just May being May. Steve Bulpett says this was just one of the Celtics goals for this season, and they have more ahead of them. Tim Weisberg is excited about what he’s seen from the Celtics young big man duo of Al Jefferson and Kendrick Perkins, who were both particularly impressive facing Shaquille O’Neal and Alonzo Mourning in Friday nights win over Miami. May’s notebook looks at Wayne Embry taking on a large role in the Raptors front office. Bulpett’s notebook says that the Pacers will be a tough draw for the Celtics in the first round.

If you were missed most of the last minute of the game last night due to technical difficulties, here is an explanation from FSN: