Here’s the top ten Boston sports articles this morning from around the newspaper and web world…
A Ticket to ride - Frank Dell’Apa has Kevin Garnett returning to form as the Celtics beat the Clippers 95-89.
Warriors may offer Ellis for Ray Allen - Comcast SportsNet’s A. Sherrod Blakely reported that the Warriors might be interested in moving Monta Ellis for Ray Allen. He also says that this is not a deal Danny Ainge has given any serious thought to considering. (Don Nelson doesn’t appear to take it serious either…so where did this rumor come from?)
Allen’s first option to stay in Boston - Gary Washburn has Allen hoping to stay right here with the Celtics.
Five questions for the Celtics - Paul Flannery looks at some things that the Celtics need to address in the second half of the season.
Critics bite at Tim Tebow - Ian Rapaport talks to the Florida quarterback and Heisman trophy winner, who admits that he’s talked to Bill Belichick and asked him for advice on the pro game.
Could this be a gift from Saban to Belichick?? In the Boston.com Extra Points blog, Albert Breer looks at the Patriots possible interest in Alabama nose tackle Terrence Cody – all 370 lbs of him.
Opportunity may come knocking for Hermida - Brian MacPherson has Jeremy Hermida OK with being the Red Sox fourth outfielder this season.
Healthy Daisuke Matsuzaka Hungry for Redemption in 2010 - Adam Hirshfield has the Red Sox pitcher telling a Japanese magazine that he injured himself while training for the WBC last year.
Going backward on the blue line - Fluta Shinzawa has the Bruins swirling down the Eastern Conference standings, thanks in no small part to the play of their defensemen.