Apr 4, 2014; Boston, MA, USA; The Boston Celtics cheerleaders perform during the first half against the Philadelphia 76ers at TD Garden. Mandatory Credit: Bob DeChiara-USA TODAY Sports

Boston Celtics Daily Dish: April 5, 2014

Good morning, Boston Celtics fans!

There are so many links to share with you today I’m just going to hop right in and start dishin’!

The Final Four will be whittled down to the last two teams standing tonight – here’s your viewing guide, plus a video preview of Florida-UCONN and UK-Wisconsin. [Sports Illustrated]

Julius Randle will be on a lot of people’s radar tonight – but here’s a video that suggest that Indiana’s Noah Vonleh has a higher ceiling.  [Bleacher Report]  Hey – I won’t complain if the Boston Celtics draft either of these guys.

Have I forgotten about the NBA entirely?  No, silly!  All but two teams in the league played last night – get all of your scores, recaps and video highlights of the madness.  [NBA.com]

If you endured through last night’s Celtics-76ers debacle, you may have witnessed the soon-to-be Rookie of the Year, according to these numbers.  [NBA.com]

Last’s say you could re-seed the NBA playoffs – how would you do it, and what would it look like?  Here’s a viable option!  [Sports Illustrated]

The Boston Celtics will be looking to bring in a free agent or two this offseason in order to help Boston raise championship banner 18.  I bet they have their eyes on a few of the more coveted free agents, but here are some Plan B-type players worth considering.  [b/r]

The Celtics may be one of the worst teams in the NBA – but does that mean their coach, Brad Stevens, gets dragged down along with them?  Check out the head coach power rankings.  [ESPN]

The Indiana Pacers are imploding.  Is it time for them to be on the receiving end of a tongue-lashing from Larry Bird?  [Sporting News]  It sure worked in the 1984 NBA Finals!

Finally, I’ve been hoping that the Celtics get a top-five pick this season, and right now Boston is alone at the number four spot.  [Masslive.com]  I have to admit – that DOES make last night’s loss a bit easier to swallow.

Enjoy, and keep checking in with us for our prospect watch and Boston Celtics game-day coverage!


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