The Celtics won their sixth straight game with a 90-83 win in San Antonio over the Spurs. Kevin Garnett had 20 points, while Rajon Rondo had 12 points and 12 assists in the victory.
Here’s your top 10 this morning:
Tiger can’t outrun these hounds – Chad Finn’s media column on the endless pursuit of the Tiger Woods story.
November ratings: WEEI vs. The Sports Hub – Jessica Heslam breaks down the latest in the ratings war between the two sports radio stations.
Five Half-Witted Things Tony Massarotti Managed to Cram Into One Column – The blog Fenway Pastoral takes aim at the Boston.com columnist.
Spurs become Celtics’ sixth straight victim – A. Sherrod Blakely reports on the Celtics win in San Antonio.
Spurs playing a game of bridge – Gary Washburn notes that the Spurs are facing many of the same issues that the Celtics face with respect to their aging stars.
For Patriots, Miami’s never a vacation – Mike Reiss and Tedy Bruschi look ahead to Sunday’s game in Miami.
Jaworski: Taking away Welker crippled Pats – Bill Burt talks to Ron Jaworski about how the Saints were able to take Wes Welker away from Tom Brady.
Tom Brady adds star power to off-field negotiations – Ron Borges looks at the impact of Tom Brady getting involved more with the NFLPA this season, serving as the team’s assistant player rep – a very rare move for a star QB.
The Marco Effect: How Scutaro Could Improve the Red Sox – Alex Speier with the only article you need to read this morning about the Red Sox signing of shortstop Marco Scutaro. (OK, maybe you can check this one out too: Marco Scutaro?! Let’s Be Reasonable.)
Next ND coach in no-win situation – Bob Ryan explains why being coach of the Notre Dame football team is one of the two toughest jobs in college sports – the other being head coach of the Kentucky basketball team.
Also head over to Patriots Daily to check out First (Second?) Impressions – the Miami Dolphins by Greg Doyle.
Note: I’ll be away next week, but Bob Ekstrom and others will be here to take care of you…