Celtics, Bruins Trying To Find Their Way

The Celtics and Bruins both are looking to find their way as they approach the postseason, each team dealing with recent struggles, and integration of new personnel.

The Celtics are in New York tonight to take on Carmelo Anthony and the Knicks. Boston is coming off a much-needed comeback win in New Orleans on Saturday night.

Rivalry reshuffled: Knicks look different in rematch - Greg Payne has more on the new-look Knicks.

Celtics benefit by good night’s West - Mark Murphy looks at a huge contribution from Delonte West Saturday night, and the boost he can give the Celtics. A. Sherrod Blakely has more on West.

Krstic and Pavlovic are a good matchup - Julian Benbow has the two fellow countrymen helping each other out here in Boston.

Rajon Rondo rounding into form - Jackie MacMullan has the Celtics point guard feeling like he’s close to turning a corner.

Bruins forced to work overtime as slump continues - Mike Loftus has the Bruins putting in extra time to try and get things straightened out. Rich Thompson has more on Claude Julien giving the Bruins a workout.

It’s time for the Bruins to step up - Joe Haggerty says that the time is now for the Bruins.

After lackluster efforts, they know the drill - Fluto Shinzawa’s notebook has more on the Bruins extra work.

Jacoby Ellsbury has long-ball potential - John Tomase says that the Red Sox centerfielder has potential to add power to his swing. He looks at a number of speedsters who have done it in the past.

Theo Epstein blessed, brilliant - Can you imagine Ron Borges writing a column like this about the coach of the Patriots?

Sox let imaginations run - Peter Abraham says that Ellsbury and Carl Crawford will make life on the basepaths exciting this season.

College teammates Bard, Miller are together again - Tim Britton has the young pitchers enjoying their reunion with the Red Sox. Sean McAdam has Miller willing to do what it takes to succeed here.

Dice so nice again - Tomase’s notebook has the Japanese righty with another strong outing. The Globe notebook from Peter Abraham has more on Matsuzaka. The Red Sox journal from Tim Britton has the Sox showing off what could be pretty close to their everyday lineup.

Symbolic setting for NFL meeting - Mike Reiss looks a some critical annual meetings for the NFL.

Patriots shouldn’t even think about bringing back Moss - Glen Farley votes against a Randy Moss return.

  • Jack

    Borges usually has an obvious agenda. When I read a column like this I wonder what he's up to. He's one that I certainly won't miss on the new Big Show.

    • tl;dr

      "I wonder what he's up to."

      Writing pieces about boxing even though no one cares about the sport anymore and all the potential fans have moved on to Ultimate Fighting.