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Boston Celtics Daily Links: Sunday, March 30, 2014

Happy Sunday, Boston Celtics fans!

Hope you made the most of your weekend – caught some college hoops, watched the Celtics lose, I mean play, and maybe even got outside to celebrate the fact that winter seems to have given up the fight.  However you did it, I hope you treated yourself right this past few days!

‘Cuz Lord knows your job ain’t going to do that come tomorrow!

Okay: let’s get to the links.

It was a historic night in the NBA last, in that history was NOT made.  get your scores, recaps, and video highlights here, and celebrate Philadelphia’s postponing a date with history until next season!  [NBA.com]

Here it is: your Morning Shootaround!  [NBA]

You know what I love about some NBA players?  The way they related to the working man, the way they remember what it was like to be broke, and how much they simply play the game for the love of it.  Ha ha ha!  That’s funny!  Here’s reality: LeBron James wishes he could make as much money as Miguel Cabrera.  [ESPN]  Because that $109 million contract he signed just won’t pay the bills any more.

Here’s an interesting idea: the NBA should scrap the conference system in order to ensure that the best teams actually make the playoffs.  [ESPN]  It’s worth considering!

Just think: how many games would the Celtics have won this year if they had a true rim protector prowling the paint?  You don’t need to tell Brad Stevens that Boston needs to be looking for a true center this offseason.  [ESPN]

And your final Boston Celtics link of the day provides the silver lining in the cloud: Boston’s second unit is actually pretty good.  [CSNNE.com]

Enjoy the reads, and check back in for our pre-game coverage of tonight’s Boston Celtics – Chicago bulls game.

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