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NBA Daily Links: Monday After the Massacre Edition

Good morning, NBA fans!

Hope your week is off to a good start.  I know Mondays usually are a drag, but we’re knee-deep in the holiday season, so hopefully your spirits are up!  And yesterday’s absolute pummeling of the New York Knicks by our Boston Celtics has to have you feeling pretty good, too.

So let’s start our daily links by hearing what Knicks star Carmelo Anthony had to say about that 41-point loss! [Bleacher Report]

There were more games in the NBA yesterday – some of them were even competitive!  Get the scoop here.  [NBA.com]

It’s pretty clear that neither the Brooklyn Nets nor the New York Knicks are two teams in total disarray.  The question is, is there a coach alive who could fix either of these two teams?  [Bleacher Report]

It would appear that Rudy Gay is headed to the Sacramento Kings.  [Sporting New]  From Toronto to Sacramento – oof.

Did you see this video of a fan walking onto the court during a Cleveland Cavaliers game?  [Sports Illustrated]  Paranoid much, Cavs fan?

And your Boston Celtics link of the day: with Boston playing surprisingly well to start this season, how far can the team go once it gets Rajon Rondo back on the court? [Bleacher Report]

Thanks, and have a good Monday!

Tags: Boston Celtics

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