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Boston Celtics Daily Dish: It's Over, It's All Over Edition!

 

It’s all over but the crying, Boston Celtics fans!

With last night’s loss to the Washington Wizards, the Boston Celtics have wrapped up their 2013-2014 NBA regular season.  Obviously, we diehard hoops fans will still be tuning into the NBA Playoffs, but it’s always tough to have to say good-bye to the Celtics when the fun is just beginning.

Check back in with us for our various reflections on the Celtics’ year-that-was, and for our playoff coverage!  For now, all I can offer you are . . . the links!

Every single team playing on one night?  Ker-razy!  Here’s all your scores, recaps and video highlights.  [NBA.com]  Take your time – I’ll be here!

Your Morning Shootaround takes a look ahead to . . . Kobe Bryant’s comeback next season?  [NBA]  Guys: this year’s playoffs start in two days!  Focus!

Now this is more like it: the Daily Dime actually opens up with a look at a playoff team!  [ESPN]  ESPN just took the NBA to school.

Here’s a handy guide: a ranking of the playoff series, based on entertainment value!  [Sports Illustrated]

And if you need something a bit more comprehensive than SI’s watchability piece, here are actual breakdowns of each playoff series.  [Bleacher Report]

Hey: remember Tracy McGrady?  Yeah – he used to play basketball!  Now he’s gone all Michael Jordan on us – read about his baseball debut!  [b/r]

Looking ahead to next year, Brad Stevens has issued a challenge to his team: if the Boston Celtics want to succeed, they are going to have to develop a defensive DNA, first and foremost.  [Green Street]

And finally: speaking of looking ahead to next, it appears that Rajon Rondo wants to be involved with the rebuild – seriously, the man wants to be INVOLVED.  [Masslive.com]

Thanks everyone!

 

 

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