The Celtics rolled to a blowout win at home last night, something that has become a rarity of late. They crushed the Charlotte Bobcats 104-80 at the Garden.

The Bruins made a couple of small moves at the NHL trading deadline, but did not pick up the scoring help they need.

The Patriots and the rest of the NFL are gearing up for free agency, which begins at midnight.

Kevin Garnett’s inspired play just the Ticket for team – The numbers don’t jump out at you, but Steve Bulpett explains why KG’s performance last night was further evidence that he’s getting healthier.

The Truth speaks – Paul Flannery has Paul Pierce holding court with the media before and after the game last night.

Celtics finally get home cooking – Bill Doyle observes that going into last night, the Celtics had a worse home record than the Clippers.

Peter Chiarelli stays the course at trade deadine – Mick Colageo examines the lack of a big move by the Bruins yesterday.

Big scores weren’t there to be made – Kevin Paul Dupont responds to Internet chat rooms who think Chiarelli slept through the trade deadline.

Easy as 1-2-3 for Kelly and  Casey Kelly looks Phenom-enal – Enjoy today Casey Kelly. I don’t think you’ll ever have another day in your life when both Dan Shaughnessy and Ron Borges are gushing over you.

Boof Bonser has a spring in his step – Sean McAdam has a ton of notes from yesterday’s Red Sox spring training action.

‘D-Day’ for Patriots free agents – Ian Rapoport has the Patriots facing the deadline to tender their restricted free agents.

Expect unexpected with Patriots – Mike Reiss doesn’t expect the Patriots to be major players in free agency, but says they probably will surprise us in some way.

Trading Randy Moss Should Not Even Be a Thought for Patriots – NESN’s Eric Ortiz says we shouldn’t listen any trade rumors involving Moss.

Also check out Chris Warner’s Q&A With Hillsdale OT Jared Veldheer on Patriots Daily.

King James’ Faulty History – In the Metro, I explain why LeBron James needs to think twice about his change to #6.

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