• Report: Blockbuster three-way trade would send Irving to Knicks, Anthony to Cavs
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    Report: Blockbuster three-way trade would send Irving to Knicks, Anthony to Cavs

    BOSTON – The Celtics have had legit drama in their past two training camps, each involving a fight for 15 – as in the 15th roster spot.  Two years ago, it was Perry Jones III winding up on the outside looking in.   Last season, it was R.J. Hunter being edged out for the final roster spot by James Young.   Who will it be this year? MORE CELTICS BLAKELY: Why the Celtics getting Kyrie Irving is highly unlikely Atlantic Division snapshot: Scouting each team's offseason  BLAKELY: Four takeaways from Jason Tatum's summer   Because for the third season in a row, the Celtics are on the verge of heading into camp having at least one too many guaranteed contracts.   The agent for Shane Larkin told CSNNE.com

  • Michael Morse's career might be in jeopardy due to concussion from Giants brawl
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    Michael Morse's career might be in jeopardy due to concussion from Giants brawl

    All of the punishments have been served stemming from the Memorial Day brawl that was ignited when Giants reliever Hunter Strickland fired a pitch at Nationals star Bryce Harper. Unfortunately, there’s one player still dealing with the physical toll that altercation dealt him, and it’s possible it could ultimately spell the end of his playing career. According to Giants manager Bruce Bochy, veteran Michael Morse is still feeling symptoms from a concussion he sustained while colliding with teammate Jeff Samardzija amid the fray.

  • Ari Schultz, inspiring 5-year-old heart patient who loved the Red Sox, dies
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    Ari Schultz, inspiring 5-year-old heart patient who loved the Red Sox, dies

    Ari Schultz, the inspiring 5-year-old heart-transplant recipient who loved the Red Sox, died on Friday.