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Boston Celtics Daily Dish: May 25, 2014.

Morning, Boston Celtics fans!

I sincerely hope you are enjoying your Memorial Day weekend.  I am not, because the Indiana Pacers are clearly about to hand the Eastern Conference Finals over to the Miami Heat, putting me one step closer to going insane.

Other than that, I’m great.  Blech.  Let’s get to the links to see if anything can lift my spirits.

Here are the recap and video highlights of last night’s Game Three of the Eastern Conference Finals.  [NBA.com]  Nope – that’s not helping.

At least the Morning Shootaround has the decency to open up with a look at the Minnesota Timberwolves’ look for a new head coach.  [NBA.com]

Can’t say the same for ESPN’s Daily Dime.  I had to suffer through a video showing LeBron James being interviewed following the win not once, but twice, to get you this link, btw.

I hate to bring this up, because I like the Oklahoma City Thunder, but I have never thought this team was championship material, so it is worth asking the question, have Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook brought the Thunder as far as they can go?  [Bleacher Report]

I hopped on Twitter this morning, and look what I found: those guys over at Blue Man Hoop trying to steal Boston’s Love!

 

As director of FanSided NBA, I’m tempted to cause that site to experience a server outage for a little bit today . . . ha!

Finally, I’ll leave you with a double-dose of Boston Celtics draft coverage today.  First up, we have a look at the ideal lottery prospect for each team, courtesy of Bleacher Report.  Then, you can end your tour around the web with a look at why the Utah Jazz may have the biggest impact on who the Celtics’ ultimately select with the sixth pick in the draft [Masslive].

Thanks, and enjoy the weather today!

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