The Celtics pulled out a second win on their West coast road swing, beating the Golden State Warriors 105-103 on a Kevin Garnett jumper with 5.1 seconds remaining.
Talk about trading one of the Celtics four stars has changed into talk about what the Celtic can do to add a big body to help out Garnett and Brandon Bass. Danny Ainge was on WEEI with Dale Arnold and Kirk Minihane (A pretty good pairing) this morning and put the chances of a deal at 50-50.
Celtics hold off Warriors, now await trade deadline – Gary Washburn has a look at the win, and what today might be like for the Celtics.
Kevin Garnett delivers on deadline – Chris Forsberg has Doc Rivers hoping to keep his team intact.
Celtics hope to stick around through deadline – Paul Flannery has the team hoping to stay together.
Celtics dealing with uncertainty – Steve Bulpett looks at whether Ainge will be able to get anything done today.
Heart surgery for Wilcox – Washburn’s notebook has the bad news that Chris Wilcox is done for the season.
Pats line up Jonathan Fanene deal – Ian Rapoport looks at the Patriots first free agent signing of the offseason, a tough, versatile defensive lineman from the Bengals.
Welker deserves his own big haul – With all the crazy money being given out to wide receivers over the last couple of days, Greg A Bedard thinks that it might actually bring the Patriots and Wes Welker closer to making a deal. Karen Guregian doesn’t seem so sure.
Bobby Valentine, Ben Cherington in good spot – John Tomase says that the two seem to be getting along just fine.
Melancon’s makeup seems like a good fit – Brian MacPherson thinks that Mark Melancon’s days in the Yankees’ organization will suit him well in Boston.
Bruins have lost trademark defense – Mike Loftus says that defense is where most of the Bruins problems are at the moment.