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Boston Celtics Daily Dish: April 9, 2014

Good morning, Boston Celtics fans -welcome to hump day!

Tonight, Boston plays its fifth-to-last game of the season against the Atlanta Hawks.  I know it’s been a tough year, watching the Celtics lose so many games, especially all of the single-digit losses that drain your spirit.  There is help coming, however, in the form of two first-round draft picks and I suspect a rather significant free agent acquisition this summer, so bear with Boston – it won’t be this bad next year!

(I say with fingers crossed . . . .)

The NBA resumed action last night with six games on the schedule – get your scores, recaps, and video highlights here!  [NBA.com]

Hope you’re up for your Morning Shootaround! [NBA]

Watch out for the Brooklyn Nets and . . . Mason Plumlee?  Check out the Daily Dime and you’ll know what I’m talkin’ ’bout! [ESPN]

And check out Mister grumpy pants LeBron James after his Heat were defeated yet again by the Nets.  [SI.com]  Dude – it’s not Craig Sager’s fault!

When it comes to crunch time, this year’s Boston Celtics don’t really have any good options to turn to when they need a big basket.  [ESPN]  Which is why I am more and more open to the idea of Boston grabbing a clutch shooting guard either in the draft or via free agency this summer.

And here’s a piece that ought to alleviate some of the suffering we Boston Celtics fans have experienced this year: Kris Humphries on why the Cs will have a quick turnaround.  [Masslive.com]

Thanks, and check back in with me as I give you all you need to know about tonight’s Celtics-Hawks game!

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