April 9th, 2010 might have been the low point of the Celtics season. On that night, the Washington Wizards came into the TD Garden and waxed the Celtics 106-96. In that game, Wizards forward Andray Blatche scored 31 points while embarrassing Kevin Garnett and making him look very bad.
That night might’ve been on the Celtics minds heading into last night, as Garnett and the Celtics extracted revenge with a 114-83 waxing of the Wizards. Blatche was limited to 10 points, while KG scored 18 points in 23 minutes.
Celtics blow away the Wizards, 114-83 – A. Sherrod Blakely anchors the CSNNE.com coverage.
A night of redemption for the Celtics – Paul Flannery has more on the Celtics getting back at Blatche and the Wizards.
Kevin Garnett on Flip side – Dan Duggan has KG’s former coach saying that he looks like the player he once coached.
Home improvement – Julian Benbow’s notebook has Shaq getting an education in “Gino time.” The Herald notebook from Mark Murphy has more on KG getting revenge. The Celtics Journal from Daniel Barbarisi leads with West’s return, as does the notebook from Jim Fenton.
The Bruins held on against the Rangers, 3-2 in New York last night.
Tyler Seguin gives everyone a reminder in New York – DJ Bean has the Bruins rookie showing a flash of his skills in a tiebreaking goal last night. Joe Haggerty has more on Seguin.
It’s Colts week, which hasn’t quite cranked up around here just yet. That should change as we get closer to Sunday afternoon.
A duel of QBs? Hold your horses – Greg A Bedard says that the real rivalry here isn’t Manning/Brady, it is Patriots/Colts.
Brady, Manning won’t tell it like it is – Tom E Curran says that the two QB’s are in each other’s heads a lot more than either will admit.
After all these years, Belichick and Manning still at center of Patriots-Colts rivalry – Christopher Price says that while much has changed over the years on these two teams, the constants are at QB.
Manning’s modesty aside, the Colts will challenge Patriots – Mary Paoletti says that the banged-up Colts are still going to present a huge challenge for the Patriots.
Woods a keeper after all – Monique Walker’s notebook has Pierre Woods returning to the team that cut him at the end of training camp. The Herald notebook from Ian R. Rapoport has more on Woods, as does the Patriots Journal from Robert Lee and Mark Farinella.
Talk cheap now but Red Sox promise to step to plate soon – Michael Silverman has Tom Warner promising a big free agent signing and a big trade.
McAdam at the GM Meetings: Market prices rising – Sean McAdam reports from Florida.
Hot corner could be hot topic – Peter Abraham looks at the third base possibilities.