After the stirring opening night win over Miami, it seemed inevitable for there to be a letdown for the Celtics last night as they traveled out to Cleveland for the Cavs’ home opener. The Celtics led for much of this game, but the offense stumbled in the fourth quarter, allowing the Cavs to post a 95-87 win over the Celtics.
LeBron James-less Cavaliers win opener – Steve Bulpett has the Celtics letting this one slip away.
An inevitable letdown? – Paul Flannery says that the Celtics have no real excuse for this loss.
Celtics fall to LeBron-less Cavs, 95-87 – A. Sherrod Blakely has the Celtics making the Cavs fan base feel pretty good over the last two nights.
Five from afar: New season, old habits – Chris Forsberg has the Celtics getting into some old habits last night.
It didn’t take long for call to go out – Gary Washburn’s notebook has Shaq picking up a technical last night, and a number of other items from the game.
Tom Heinsohn’s antics unseen by Celtics’ viewers– Bill Doyle has Heinsohn and Mike Gorman talking about their time together, including what fans don’t get to see Heinsohn doing during the CSN broadcasts.
Randy Moss poses challenge for Pats – Mike Reiss says that the Vikings receiver just might get the better of his former teammates.
Position is clearly versatile – Michael Vega examines some of the different ways that the Patriots have deployed their front line this season. Christopher Price also has a good piece on the players up front.
Patriots’ Moss-less offense preaches patience – Ian Rapoport says that we’re going to have to be patient with the Patriots offense as they continue to adjust to life without Randy Moss.
Kyle Arrington to face hoop buddy Moss – Rich Thompson has the Patriots cornerback talking about Moss’ basketball skills, and how he plans to play him on the football field on Sunday.
Randy Moss passes on Patriots knowledge – Karen Guregian has the Vikings trying to get as much Patriots knowledge from Moss as possible.
Rookie Jordan Caron is ahead of the curve – Joe Haggerty notes that the teenaged rookie has already earned the trust of the coaching staff.
Boston Bruins’ rivalry with Toronto Maple Leafs becoming more intense – Mike Loftus says that things are personal between these teams. Joe McDonald says that these franchise have a lot of similarities.
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Here is the trailer for the movie:
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Sure, she can be a little overbearing sometimes, but baby-faced Johnny Rizzo loves his fiancée Claire, and he made her a promise: by the time he’s 25-years-old, he’ll trade his current dream job as a local sports talk radio host (even if it is the 2 a.m. slot) for something that’ll pay bigger bucks. And Johnny’s nothing, if not a man of his word.
Now he’s flying to New York to interview for some snoozeville job that Claire’s well-to-do father set up. Enter Uncle Terry, who lives in New York, a rascally womanizer bent on turning a day in the Hamptons into a final fling for his nephew. Nice guy Johnny’s not interested, of course, but then he meets the lovely Brooke…
Starring: Edward Burns, Matt Bush, Kerry Bishé, Anna Wood and Max Baker
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