In the end, what was it that led this summer's most coveted free agent, Gordon Hayward, to finally choose the Celtics? "I don't know if there was one thing," Hayward told ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski on "The Woj Podcast" released Monday. "I think if I would've stayed in Utah, we would've been really good. It would've been a great situation for me. My family would have been happy. We loved it there. "It was a different feeling in Boston that we had. It was like a gut feeling. When we broke it down, the city, the coaching staff, the players. The feeling of putting on a Boston Celtics uniform and competing for a title outweighed everything." MORE CELTICS Report: Celtics inquire about a potential Kyrie
You know you’ve done something special in golf when you can even impress the Golden Bear. Jack Nicklaus posted his extended thoughts about Jordan Spieth’s surreal British Open victory on social media late Sunday. The 18-time major champion talked about how impressed he was with Spieth’s win and how he got it done with that awesome finishing kick. But the majority of Nicklaus’ message harped on what went down at No. 13. You already know the gist of what happened there, but we do have the inside account. Anyway, Nicklaus gushed about Spieth’s decision-making at No. 13. Nicklaus pointed out that he’s not sure he would have thought of going to the driving range for a drop, and added that it was “an
The Denver Broncos never really had a choice. Whatever John Elway wanted to remain with the team, that's what they had to pay.